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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
th John L. Johnson, Private James W. Roberts, Courier Div. Headquarters, Samuel B. Thompson, teamster Div. Train. Co. M. Corporal Jacob C. Lewis, Private William Berry, Div. Provost Guard, Private Vince T. Hawthorn, William L Morse. [80] Twelfth Alabama Regiment. Co. A. Private John Arnold, John Ford, Reuben Popewell, Private Thomas S. Hazzard, Det'd Shoemaker. Co. B. Sergeant George W. Thomas, Private William B. Hardagree, Richard H. Corley, Det'd Thomas Jacobs, Div. Provost Guard, Oliver P. Looney, Corporal John H. Phillips, John McKay, teamster, Private Robert L. Goodgame, John O. McPherson, David C. Hogan, Robert H. J. Mallory, James W. Hollinshaw, Benjamin F. Pinson. Co. C. Sergeant Calvin Hoyt, Private Reuben C. Edwards, Anderson McGraw, John G. Williams, Private William T. Walker, Robert Esterheld, Div. Com. Department. Co. D. Corporal Wade H. Cardwell, Private James M. Buzby, Henry R. Cook, Private James
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Twelfth Alabama Infantry, Confederate States Army. (search)
own to me, and I deeply regret that I cannot put them in this list. Those who surrendered, as given in this book of Paroles, are as follows: Twelfth Alabama regiment. Company A. Privates: John Arnold, T. S. Hazzard, detailed shoemaker, John Ford, Reuben Popewell. Company B. Sergeants: George W. Thomas, Richard H. Corley, detailed division Provost Guard. Corporal John H. Phillips. Privates: Robert L. Goodgame, David C. Hogan, James W. Hollinshaw, William B. Hardagree, Thomas Jacobs, Oliver P. Looney, John McKay, teamster, John O. McPherson, Robert H. J. Mallory, Benjamin F. Pinson. Company C. Sergeant Calvin Hoyt. Privates: Reuben C. Edwards, Anderson McGraw, John G. Williams, William T. Walker, Robert Esterheld, division commissary department. Company D. Corporal Wade H. Cardwell. Privates: James M. Buzby, Henry R. Cook, James P. McClenny, Jesse Pritchett, Robert Turner. Company E. Sergeant Robert B. Kirk. Corporal Amos A. Cox. Privates: John
At a given signal, as if by magic, the glorious emblem — the star-spangled banner — was run up amidst a magnificent display of pyrotechnic fires, a salute of artillery, the band playing the appropriate hymn, amid the rapturous cheers of the entire multitude; the entire scene being one of grandeur and sublimity not easily described. The band--"Heralds American brass band"--then performed "Rally Round the Flag, Boys!" The music was accompanied by Messrs. Frank Cross, Thomas Willis, Thomas Jacobs and Thomas Badens, who sung charmingly. These exercises concluded, Mr. Dulin, secretary of the club, read the following resolutions, which were adopted unanimously: Whereas the period is rapidly approaching when the people of the United States are called upon to elect a President and Vice President according to the mode prescribed by the Constitution; and, Whereas, the candidates of both the friends of the country and their enemies are now in the field, it behooves us, as