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J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Chapter 1: religious elements in the army. (search)
e awful issue presented to us by the Northern people, who are prepared to invade our homes, and they are meeting it like men who have as much at stake as others. Reference was made last week to the fact that there were three ministers in one of the companies of Home Guards formed in this place. In the other company there are two ministers. The last North Carolina Christian Advocate, referring to this subject, says: The Rev. Messrs. Atkinson, Presbyterian; Fitzgerald and Smedes, Episcopal; James and Skinner, Baptist; J. W. Tucker, Methodist, and one of the editors of this paper have attached themselves to the Home Guard, a company organized in this city, under the command of Senator Bragg, for the defence of our homes. The other editor of this journal is aiding in forming a similar company near his residence in the country. Rev. Willis L. Miller, formerly one of the editors of the North Carolina Presbyterian, is the captain of the Thomasville Rifles, which company has offered its
J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Chapter 13: results of the work and proofs of its genuineness (search)
others in blood, in faith; Brothers in youthful bloom; Brothers in life, brothers in death, Brothers in one same tomb. Well fought they the good fight; In death their victory won; Sprung at one bound to heaven's light, And God's eternal Son. James Camp Turner, of Alabama, thus fell at this same battle of First Manassas: On the night of the arrival of the regiment on the battle-field, lights being forbidden, because of the close vicinity of the enemy, he read aloud, by the light of the mife, he had been for six years a devoted member of the Episcopal Church; and a comrade read at his grave her grand and solemn ritual for the dead. He now sleeps at Hollywood, beside his knightly brother, on a spot sloping to the ever-murmuring James, and overlooking that beautiful city in whose defence both of them so often went forth to battle, counting their lives a worthless thing. Thus passed away this incomparable young man, in the twenty-fourth year of his age. It was his lot to be
J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Roster of chaplains, army of Northern Virginia. (search)
pshooters. Kershaw's (Old) Brigade. Brigade at large. W. P. Dubose. Second South Carolina. Third South Carolina. Seventh South Carolina. J. M. Carlisle. Eighth South Carolina. H. M. Brearley. Fifteenth South Carolina. H. B. McCallum. James' Battalion. Humphries' Brigade. Thirteenth Mississippi. Rev. Mr. West. Seventeenth Mississippi. W. B. Owen. Eighteenth Mississippi. J. A. Hackett. Twenty-first Mississippi. Rev. Mr. McDonald. Field's Division. Jenkins' (Old) Brigadirty-fourth Virginia. W. H. Robert. Twenty-sixth Virginia. W. E. Wiatt. Fifty-ninth Virginia. L. B. Wharton. Forty-sixth Virginia. W. Gaines Miller. Wallace's Brigade. Seventeenth South Carolina. A. A. Morse. Eighteenth South Carolina. A. A. James. Twenty-second South Carolina. E. D. Dill. Twenty-sixth South Carolina. J. L. Girardeau. Holcombe Legion. A. W. Moore. Artillery Corps (Colonel H. P. Jones). No list obtainable. Post-chaplains at Petersburg. Rev. Thomas Hume, Jr.;