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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Confederate States' flags. (search)
pany I, 11th Pennsylvania Volunteers. 3d Division, 5th Army Corps. Fourteenth Virginia, State flag, captured at Nineveh, Va., November 12, 1864, by Private J. F. Adams, First Virginia Cavalry; on one side are the words, God Armeth the Patriot, and on the other, Virginia State Arms. Thirty-second Battalion, Virginia Cavalry, captured by Private Edward Handford, Company H, 2d United States Cavalry, near Woodstock. October 9, 1864. Eighteenth Virginia Infantry, captured by Second Lieutenant C. E. Hunt, 59th New York Volunteers, place and time of capture not given. Eighteenth Virginia Infantry, captured at Sailor's creek, April 6, 1865, by Sergeant Ives S. Calking, Company M, 2d New York (Harris Light) Cavalry, Custer's Division. Twenty-sixth Virginia Infantry, captured at Sailor's creek, by Coran D. Evans, Company A, 3d Indiana Cavalry. Twenty-fifth Battalion Virginia Infantry, captured at Sailor's creek, by Private Frank Miller, Company M, 2d New York Cavalry. Twen