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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
, Shaw, Campbell A., Shoulder, Jacob M., Silvey, James A., Strickler, John J., Stuart, Wm. C., Friend, Benjamin C. M., Gibson, Robert A., Gilmer, Jas. B., Ginger, Geo. A., Gooch, Jas. T., Heiskell, J. Campbell, Hyde, Edward, Kean, Otho G., Leathers, John P., Leech, James M., Letcher, Samuel H., Lewis, Henry P., Lewis, James P., McCampbell, Wm. H., McClintic, Wm. S., McCorkle, Thos. E., McCorkle, Wm. A., Swann, Minor W., Swes A. Garman, Sergeant. Privates. Robert Alman, William F. Bunn, Allen Daughtry, Thadeus Downing, Robert Earnhart, John Everett, Constant Hall, Daniel Hartman, William Holland, John Honbager, James M. Howell, Thomas Hyde, Andrew J. Jones, Caleb A. Miller, Joseph Morgan, Mark Parker, Alfred L. Peeler, Daniel Peeler, Jeremiah Pierce, Otho M. Porter, Andrew J. Ruth, Silas Shepherd, Alexander Turner, George W. Watkins. Officers, Commissi
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
Private M. Bloodworth, J. T. Chambler, M. A. E. Maddox, T. P. Maddox, W. C. Martin, J. M. Morehead, Private M. H. Mulligan, J. E. Phillips, J. A. Robinson, J. P. Trayman, C. L. Webb, W. H. Wilson. Co. H. Private J. J. Pruett. Co. I. Sergeant J. D. Turner, J. J. Yon, Corporal J. M. Cook, G. S. Fanning, Private P. A. Charis, Private E. E. Cook, J. P. Courtney, T. P. Collins, J. J. Johnson, J. E. Wells. Co. K. Sergeant E. E. Cleveland, Private J. C. Clark, T. Hyde, C. W. Hunt, Private W. Hix, J. B. Griffin, J. M. Jolly, M. H. Merrit. [77] Holcombe Legion. Non-commissioned Staff. C. S. Sergeant J. A. Lomax, Sergeant J. J. Eubank, Corporal G. F. Studdin, Private W. C. Anderson, J. D. Ashford Jno. Blackwell, R. C. Boozer, H. R. Bishop, M. Bridges, W. C. Carnell, A. A. Dempsy, J. A. Ellis, N. F. Fleming, A. J. Jennings, E. E. Kennett, Q. M. Sergeant F. L. Anderson, Private W. L. Landford, T. R. Milford, Elier Bearden.
Historic leaves, volume 6, April, 1907 - January, 1908, Company E, 39th Massachusetts Infantry, in the Civil War.—(Iii.) (search)
Longstreet's Corps had started out about the same time we had. He had been wounded and Anderson was in command. The enemy had the start of us, and they were also superior in numbers, as they had a whole corps, and we only a division. After a hard fight, the Union forces were obliged to fall back over an open field. In this action the Thirty-ninth Massachusetts came off with ninety-three men killed, wounded, and missing. Company E lost William D. Palmer and had five men wounded, viz: Thomas Hyde, John E. Horton, George A. Northey, who was captured by the enemy, William J. Arnold, and John H. Dusseault (originally of this company), who was wounded in the breast, but providentially saved by an army button. His diary says: I was within thirty feet of the enemy's breastworks, and when hit I was sure I was killed, as the force of the blow caused me to spin round and round like a top, and I fell to the ground. Finding I was not seriously hurt, I jumped up and joined in the retreat.
6. Homer. Mrs. Mary B., 6, 10. Homer Square, 33. Hopkins, James R., 74. Hopkinton, Mass., 2. Horton, John E., 56. Houghton, Amory, 5. Houghton, Francis, 5. Hourglass. 5. Howe. Henry, 22. Huchins, Captain, John, 22. Hudson, Charles H., 41. Hunnewell, Charles, 50, 51, Hunnewell, James, 51. Hunnewell, Joseph, 51. Hurnnewell, Richard, 50, 51. Hunnewell, Thomas, 50. Hunnewell, William, 50. Hunt, Captain C. R., 46. Hutchinson, Governor, 1. Hyde, Richard J., 18, 22. Hyde, Thomas, 56. Ipswich, Mass., 2. Ireland, George W., 15, 16. Ireland, Jonathan, 15. Jamaica Plain, 15. James River, 64, 65, 70. Jaquith, Abraham, 31. Jerusalem Plank Road, 69. Jones, Edward, 28. Jordan, Jeremiah, 5. Joy, Benjamin, 54. Joy Street, 12. Keedersville, Md., 20 Kelley's Ford, 22, 44. Kenneston, Illiot, 18. Kent, John, 31, 49. Kent, Lucy, 50, 52. Kent, Rebecca, 50, 53. Kent, Samuel, 50, 52, 53. Kent, Sarah. 50, 53. Keyes, Colonel, Rolin, 5. Keyes, R. W., 41. K