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Joseph T. Derry , A. M. , Author of School History of the United States; Story of the Confederate War, etc., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 6, Georgia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 13 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Battle of Ocean Pond, Florida. (search)
ded in abdomen, mortally. Lieutenant W. F. Moody, Company C, wounded in knee, severely. Lieutenant W. L. Jenkins, Company E,wounded in shoulder, slightly. Lieutenant J. H. Pitman, Company F, wounded in leg, severely. Lieutenant M. Davison, Company G, wounded in head, slightly. First Georgia Regulars--Captain A. A. F. Till Commanding. Captain H. A. Cannon, commanding when killed. Lieutenant P. H. Morel, wounded in arm, slightly. Sixty-fourth Georgia Volunteers--Captain C. S. Jenkins Commanding. Colonel J. W. Evans, wounded in right thigh, severely. Lieutenant-Colonel James Barron, killed. Major W. H. Weems, wounded in left leg, severely. Captain B. W. Craven, Company A, wounded in head, slightly. Lieutenant J. S. Thrasher, Company A, wounded in thigh, severely. Lieutenant M. L. Rains, Company C, wounded in thigh, severely. Captain J. K. Redd, Company F, wounded in head, slightly. Lieutenant F. M. Beasly, Company F, wounded in left arm, sl
Joseph T. Derry , A. M. , Author of School History of the United States; Story of the Confederate War, etc., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 6, Georgia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Chapter 2: (search)
moted. Seventh regiment Georgia volunteers: Col. Lucius J. Gartrell; Lieut.-Col. John Dunwoody; Maj. L. B. Anderson; Adjt. E. W. Hoyle; Commissary W. J. Wilson; Quartermaster R. R. Holliday; Capts. G. H. Carmichael (A), G. J. Foreacre (B), C. S. Jenkins (C), J. B. Lindley (D), John W. Fowler (E), Eli Henson (F), C. N. Featherston (G), Thomas E. King (H), Wm. W. White (I), W. J. Ballard (K). This regiment served throughout the war in the army of Northern Virginia, being at First Manassas and l, H. H. Wiet, John Kiser, T. J. Hartridge and M. T. Allman. Adjt. E. W. Hoyle was succeeded by J. E. Shaw; Quartermaster R. R. Holliday by R. E. Henry. The following changes among the captains are recorded: Foreacre was followed by H. H. Wiet; Jenkins by D. T. Peek (killed) and I. M. Holcombe; Lindley by J. Kiser and T. J. Hartridge; Fowler by W. W. Bradberry; Benson by J. C. Wadkins; Featherston by M. T. Allman; King by R. B. Hicks; Ballard by John McLendon. Eighth regiment Georgia volunt
Joseph T. Derry , A. M. , Author of School History of the United States; Story of the Confederate War, etc., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 6, Georgia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Chapter 6: (search)
j. W. H. Weems, Asst. Quartermaster E. R. Peabody, Adjt. J. A. Byrd; Capts. (A) John K. Redd, (B) T. J. Pritchett, (C) N. W. Garrard, (D) George S. Thomas, (E) C. S. Jenkins, (F) P. Robinson, (G)D. C. Smith, (H) S. A. Townsley, (I) J. T. McClusky. This regiment served in 1863 in the district of Florida, and in February, 1864, part battle of the Crater, Colonel Evans was killed and was succeeded by Lieutenant-Colonel Weems, who had succeeded James Barrow when he was killed in battle. Capt. C. S. Jenkins thereupon became major. The only other change recorded is that C. A. C. Walker became captain of Company G. The regiment surrendered at Appomattox. Theor the regular service. Other companies of Georgia infantry were commanded by Capts. A. C. Davenport, John B. Hussey, W. H. Banks, E. R. Whitley, A. Boward, C. S. Jenkins, P. Robinson, S. M. Ralston, D. Crum, D. C. Smith, E. T. Cullens, J. R. Hart, Wm. A. Carswell, G. Lumpkin, J. F. Cooper, W. S. Dubose, J. T. McClusky, N. J. Ma
Joseph T. Derry , A. M. , Author of School History of the United States; Story of the Confederate War, etc., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 6, Georgia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Chapter 13: (search)
placed Rosecrans with Thomas, arrived at Chattanooga over the mountains on the 20th of October, and about a week later, two corps from the Federal army in Virginia, Howard's and Slocum's, under Hooker, took possession of Bridgeport and the river almost up to Lookout mountain. Supplies immediately began pouring into Chattanooga. Generals Bragg and Longstreet examined the Federal operations from the summit of Lookout on the 28th, and Geary's division being seen approaching, the divisions of Jenkins and Law, four brigades, were sent against it to make a night attack. This was a failure, and the Federals remained in control up to within range of the guns on Lookout mountain. About the last of October, Longstreet, Hardee and Breckinridge were ordered to examine the situation on Lookout creek with a view to a general battle, but they decided that the difficulty of crossing the mountain prevented all hope of success. Our position was so faulty that we could not accomplish that which was
Joseph T. Derry , A. M. , Author of School History of the United States; Story of the Confederate War, etc., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 6, Georgia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Chapter 14: (search)
slope, but not in sufficient force to venture over the parapet into the fort. The loss of the brigade was 246 wounded and missing. Col. Edward Ball, commanding Bryan's brigade, reported that the Tenth Georgia volunteers, commanded by Lieut.-Col. W. C. Holt, drove the enemy from his rifle-pits to the works on the night before the assault. The three other regiments, Fifty-third, Fifty-first and Fiftieth, took part in the assault, and suffered a loss of 212 men. In Hood's division, under Jenkins, the only brigades participating in the assault were those of Anderson and Benning, Anderson leading and taking the main part. The experience of these Georgians was the same as has been briefly related. Their loss—was 187. More than three-fourths of the loss of November 29th was borne by the brigades of Wofford, Bryan and Anderson. The Georgia cavalry in the department of East Tennessee during these movements acted a gallant part. On November 6th near Rogersville, Tenn., Col. H. L.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Prison Pastimes. (search)
fourth Virginia. Division 29—Chief, Colonel W. L. Butler, Twenty-eighth Alabama; adjutant, Lieutenant R. Neil, Second Arkansas; postmasters, W. H. Hall, Fourteenth Texas, Lieutenant T. W. Mitchell, Forty-ninth Virginia. Division 30—Chief, Adjutant W. L. Platt, Seventh Georgia; adjutant, Lieutenant D. McCoy, Twenty-second Virginia; postmaster, Adjutant J. F. Fuller, Thirty-first Tennessee. Division 31—Chief, Lieutenant W. F. Ratcliffe, Virginia Reserves. Division 32—Chief, Captain C. S. Jenkins, Sixty-fourth Georgia. Division 33—Chief, Captain B. G. Patterson, Twenty-third Virginia Cavalry. Division 34—Chief, Captain A. M. Cumming, First Louisiana; adjutant, Lieutenant L. Garric, Tenth Louisiana; postmaster, Lieutenant-Colonel J. Kesler, Forty-sixth Virginia Cavalry. Division 35—Chief, Major D. A. Jones, C. S. A. Division 36—Chief, Colonel V. H. Manning, Third Arkansas; adjutant, Lieutenant W. E. Hart, Carter's Virginia Battery. Division 37—Chief,
taker. Wounded.--Capt. Foreacre, seriously; Lieut. H. H. Witt, seriously; Lieut. Robert R. Dillard, seriously; Andrew Owens, seriously; Henry C. Gartrell, seriously, (and has since died;) John T. Cook, Wm. C. Mason, James T. Jordan, F. L. Etheridge and Wm. W. Stephens, all seriously; and John J. Phillips, Jesse Embury, Joseph Embury, Perry Cody, James A. Bannett and E. W. Hayle, all slightly. Faulding Volunteers. Killed.--None. Wounded.--Those seriously wounded are Captain C. S. Jenkins, W. Burrows, D. G. Hollis, Allen White, Noah Adcock, Thomas Oglam, B. F. Lee, Moses Cooper, A. Stainham. Only one slightly wounded, G. B. Harris. Core Confederate Guards. Killed.--None. Wounded Seriously.--Captain T. S. Mayor, B. F. Wan, C. Meek. Slightly Wounded.--J. N. Scott, S. H. Smith, F. M. Duncan, E. Bishop, W. N. Conant, S. F. Mayo, W. F. Meadous. Decale light Infantry. Killed.--None. Wounded Seriously.--W. Y. Brown, W. Herring, W. R. Northam