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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.7 (search)
e captain of Company F, 8th Virginia Infantry, Hunton's Brigade, Pickett's Division. In this accounhall speak of this division in general, and of Hunton's Brigade in particular. It should be borner for a tussle with Sheridan. I speak here of Hunton's Brigade, which was not in the battle of Fivetself, and without waiting for orders from General Hunton, who was in the rear, the head of the columy, and the enemy turned back to report. General Hunton soon rode up, and placing himself at the hoods. Ordered a charge. Seeing this, General Hunton ordered a charge. It was an inspiring sigs ordered to take position with his brigade on Hunton's right. He soon reported that the enemy were and that he could not hold his position. General Hunton, being called to support Terry, said he wodivision, but we could not see for the woods. Hunton and Corse forming the centre of our line, stilw the Federal cavalry charging down in rear of Hunton and Corse and cutting off their retreat. Our
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.46 (search)
Battle of Sailor's Creek. for further account of this battle, see ante page 83:—Recollections of a participant as to the part taken therein by Hunton's Brigade. [from the Richmond Dispatch, April 12, 1896.] part taken in it by the Savannah guard. But few survivors now of the guard. To the Editor of the Dispatch. The Savannah Volunteer Guards Battalion fought its last battle at Sailor's Creek, in which engagement many Savannahians were killed and wounded. The Guards were known in the Confederate army as the 18th Battalion of Georgia Volunteers, which was commanded by the gallant Major (afterward Colonel) W. S. Basinger, a distingushed lawyer and citizen of this city, but now residing at Athens. The battle of Sailor's Creek was one of the several battles which took place after General Lee evacuated Petersburg, and just before the surrender of the army at Appomattox. The Confederate army, says the Savannah News, of the 5th, decimated and starving, was bravely trying
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The laying of the corner-stone of the monument to President Jefferson Davis, (search)
mpton Roads Conference, 33. Hampton, Strategy of General Wade, 278. Harrison, James P., 111 Hatcher's Run Battle of, 103. Helena, Ark., Attack on, July 4, 1863, 197. Hindman, General T C., placed under arrest, 69. Hobday, Captain, John, Gallantry of, 102; killed, 103. Holcombe Guards (Company I, 7th Virginia Infantry), Roll of the, 115. Hollins. Commodore George N., 88. Howitzers, The Richmond, at Harper's Ferry in 1859, 110 Howlett House, Battery at, 40. Hunton, General, Eppa, Brigade of, 83. Irby, Captain, Richard, 240. Ireland, Mission of Lieutenant J. L. Capston to, in 1863, 202. Jackson, General John K., 121. Jackson, General T. J., Pen picture of, 135. James City Cavalry, its organization and service, 353. James, Captain C. F., 83. James, Captain George S., 111. Jones' Farm, Battle of, 337. Jones. General Sam., 67. Johnson, General Bull, 81. Johnson, General Bradley T., 117. Johnston, General, Albert Sidney, 119 Johnsto