spoke at Jackson's Ferry, they stood on the balcony of the residence of the venerable Mrs. Anna Jackson.
A beautiful daughter of this historic family, Miss Mary Virginia Jackson, waved over their heads a Confederate flag.
Full of life, beauty and enthusiasm, her cheering voice would ring out Fall in boys, the South needs you, and the boys fell in. Mrs. Jackson and her lovely daughter were afterwards arrested for giving aid and comfort to the Rebellion, and were incarcerated in a military prison.
On their release they were put under heavy bonds.
Miss Mary Virginia Jackson married the late William H. Eaton, of Winchester, where she now lives.
It is saiMiss Mary Virginia Jackson married the late William H. Eaton, of Winchester, where she now lives.
It is said that she practically raised Company A.
John Henry Jackson had good reason to expect to be elected Captain.
He was made sergeant major of the regiment, which he soon resigned to serve in the ranks.
There is only one known roll of this company in existence, and it covers the period from September 10, 1862, to December 31, 1