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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
2d Lt. Co. F, 20th Ga. F. S. Fontaine, Capt. Co. G, 20th Ga. H. J. Hightower, 2d Lt. Co. G, 20th Ga. Regiment. J. W. Boyd, Capt. Co. H, 20th Ga. Regiment. D. W. McCrimment, 1st Lt. Co. H, 20th Ga. E. E. Ramsay, 2d Lt. Co. K, 20th Ga. R. G. Howard, Ass't Surg'n, 17th Ga. Regiment. P. J. Shannon, Major, 15th Ga. Vols. Lovick Pierce, Jr., 1st Lt. and Adj't, 15th Ga. Vols. Jno. J. Dupuy, Surg'n, 15th Ga. Regiment. William F. Robinson, Chaplain, 15th Ga. Regiment. James Jenkins, 1st Lieut. Co. A, 15th Ga. Regiment. George A. Pace, Capt. Co. B, 15th Ga. Regiment. Henry S. Chappeleor, 2d Lt. Co. B, 15th Ga. Regiment. D. Hudson, Capt. Co. C, 15th Ga. Regiment. T. J. Flynt, Capt. Co. D, 15th Ga. Regiment. P. G. Veazey, 1st Lieut. Co. D, 15th Ga. Jno. Johnson, 2d Lieut. Co. D, 15th Ga. E. D. Alfriend, 1st Lt. Co. E, 15th Ga. Regiment. J. J. Burch, Capt. Co. F, 15th Ga. L. A. Gaines, 1st Lieut. Co. F, 15th Ga. Regiment. Thos. D. Hawes, Capt. Co. G, 1
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
rg. J. F., 94. Jackson, Lt., J. Warren, 231. Jackson, Surg. La F., 286. Jackson, Lt. M. F., 403. Jackson, Gen. Stonewall, IX. Jackson, Lt., Thos. G., 49. James, Surg. J. A., 70, 457. James, Capt. J. S., 473. Jameson, Lt. D. R., 181. Jameson, Capt. S. A., 95. Jarrard, Capt. J A., 170. Jarratt, Capt. B. F., 348. Jarvis, Lt. Geo W., 432. Jarvis, Lt., Thos., 49. Jefford, Lt. J. D., 403. Jeffries, Maj. J. M., 421. Jelks, Surg. E. A., 213. Jenkins, Lt., Henry, 383. Jenkins, Lt., James, 109. Jenkins, Capt. J. F., 109. Jenkins, Capt. J. J., 84, 89. Jenkins, Capt. N. H., 122. Jenkins, Lt., Thos. G., 276.. Jenkins, Capt. M. T., 253. Jett, Capt. J., 348. Jones, A., 18. Jones, Capt. A. C., 161, 163. Jones, Lt. B. F., 334. Jones, Surg. C. C., 160. Jones, Adj't C. M., 449. Jones, Lt. C W., 108. Jones, Capt. G. S., 333. Jones, Maj. G. T., 71. Jones, Lt. G. W., 275. Jones, Col. H. P., 18. Jones, Lt. H. S., 23. Jones, Maj. H. W., 70. Jones, Capt. J., 252.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Events leading up to the battle of Gettysburg. (search)
assume the offensive. In the meantime the progress of Ewell, who was already in Maryland with Jenkins's Cavalry Brigade, advanced into Pennsylvania as far as Chambersburg, rendered it necessary thaguarded the Monocacy bridge, which was barricaded. You will, of course, take charge of (A. G.) Jenkins's Brigade, and give him necessary instructions. All supplies taken in Maryland must be by authinformation, and protecting your flanks. If necessary, send a staff officer to remain with General Jenkins. It will depend upon the quantity of supplies obtained in that country whether the rest of perceived, left the army which had passed into Maryland with no cavalry, except the brigade of Jenkins's and White's battalion, which accompanied General Ewell. It could not look for supplies in a f June General Ewell marched into Pennsylvania with Rodes' and Johnson's Divisions, preceded by Jenkins's Cavalry, taking the road from Hagerstown through Chambersburg to Carlisle, where he arrived o
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.20 (search)
ne, he persuades himself that they were done. At the above date (June 19th) General Lee had not determined on sending any of his army north of the Potomac, except Ewell's Corps that was in the advance. Only Rodes' and Johnson's Divisions, with Jenkins' Cavalry, had then crossed the river. A. P. Hill's Corps, that had been left at Fredericksburg, had not then reached the Shenandoah Valley. General Lee, with Longstreet's Corps, was about Berryville; Stuart, with the cavalry, was east of the Blrate his army in any way, Longstreet can follow you. So on June 19th it was uncertain whether Longstreet would cross the river or not. On the 22d Hill arrived near Charlestown. Ewell was then ordered to enter Pennsylvania with his whole corps; Jenkins' Cavalry was with him. That day (22d) in a letter to Ewell, General Lee says: If you are ready to move you can do so. I think your best course will be toward the Susquehanna, taking the routes by Emmettsburg, Chambersburg, and McConnelsburg. It
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Company C, Ninth Virginia cavalry, C. S. A. [from the Richmond (Va.) Dispatch, February 9, 1896.] (search)
, discharged, Thomas P. Greenlaw, severely wounded at Upperville, Frederick Griffith, William Guthrie, discharged, George Gutridge, wounded and captured at Upperville, W. Octavus Gutridge, killed, Joseph Haislin, James Hall, Luther Hall, drowned, Shelton B. Hall, discharged, Hackman Haynie, died in service, Benjamin Hardwick, John W. Harvey, Mungo P. Harvey, ordnance sergeant, James R. Holliday, Richard Hunter, killed at Charles City county,——Hutt, Ogle Hutt, Steptoe D. Hutt, discharged, James Jenkins, wounded accidentally, Charles W. Jett, killed at Brandy Station, Lucius L. Jett, Thomas Jett, badly wounded in foot at Brandy Station, Toucey Jett, regimental bugler, wounded at Brandy Station, William Jett, severely wounded, Philip Johnson, William Johnson, Churchwell Jones, Robert Kennedy, Benjamin King, R. S. Lawrence, wounded at Fredericksburg, David Lowe, Robert A. Marshall, Julian J. Mason, promoted as aid to General Fields, Thomas H. Massey, substituted, Chapman Maupin, transfer
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The South's Museum. (search)
a room. Mrs. Robert Emory Park, Macon, Ga., Regent; Mrs. J. Prosser Harrison, Richmond, Va., Vice-Regent; Miss Lucy Lily Temple, alternate. The following ladies, native Georgians, were in charge, with the Vice-Regent as chairman: Mrs. Barton Haxall Wise, Mrs. Thomas E. Binford, Mrs. Luther Warren, Mrs. Peyton Wise, Mrs. Ashton Starke, Mrs. Charles Ellis, and with the committee the following young ladies: Misses Tatum, Peebles, Causey, of Delaware, Mary De Noble, Morgan, of California, Jenkins, Harrison, and the Misses Mosby, daughters of the celebrated partisan ranger, Col. John Singleton Mosby. These ladies were all in full dress. Maryland room. This room was very artistic in its decorations. Oriole and black were the conspicuous colors in this room; over the main window of which the State name appeared in evergreen. Among its interesting contents was a bust of Gen. Robert E. Lee, executed by the late Frederick Volck; presented by the Society of the Army and Navy of th
dericksburg, Va., on Monday, by the careless use of fire-arms. A son of Capt. James Jenkins, (Mason Jenkins,) and another youth named Sullivan, both about 12 or 14 Mason Jenkins,) and another youth named Sullivan, both about 12 or 14 years of age, were playing with an old gun. Jenkins put on a percussion cap — neither knowing it to be loaded — when Sullivan said, raising the gun up, "will you givJenkins put on a percussion cap — neither knowing it to be loaded — when Sullivan said, raising the gun up, "will you give me leave," and Jenkins responding affirmatively, he fired, when a load of shot entered the side of young Jenkins, who died on Tuesday. Sullivan ran off and has noJenkins responding affirmatively, he fired, when a load of shot entered the side of young Jenkins, who died on Tuesday. Sullivan ran off and has not since been heard from, but young Jenkins acquitted him of all blame, and said they should not trouble him, that they never had a difficulty, and that it was solelyJenkins, who died on Tuesday. Sullivan ran off and has not since been heard from, but young Jenkins acquitted him of all blame, and said they should not trouble him, that they never had a difficulty, and that it was solely accidental. eard from, but young Jenkins acquitted him of all blame, and said they should not trouble him, that they never had a difficulty, and that it was solely accid
Chapman, substitute and deserter; Wm B Nash, co G. 9th Georgia, deserter; Benj Peddle, co H. 1st Va, by order Gen. Winder, Richard Lined by Capt Pegram; Thos Williams, alias Mike Burns, co D, 3d Virginia, cavalry, desertion; Joe Price. (negro) bent by General Wise; Moses Overton, General Lee's Body Guard, desertion; John O'Donnell, conscript; S E Dillon, Jesse Link, 24th Virginia, Fleming Pugh, 54th Va; S Hale, 57th Va; H W Farmer, Lee battery; J Q. A Forth, do; Jame. Ribson, 7th N. C; G R King, 50th Va; Henry Goin, do Thos H. Dose, 42d Va; G. W. Richardson and J. Adams, Danville artillery; W N. Owens, Lee battery; J F Olive, 21st Va; Thos Johnson and R B Mar, Lee battery; Jonathan Link, 24th Va; Jame Earl, Va Febels Cary Martin, co E. 8th Va; Henry Delony, co 1, 58th Va; James Jenkins, do; John Lynch, 49th Va; Enoch Brady, co A. 5th N. C; and Samuel Gatindisd in the Hospital prison yesterday. Eighty soldiers will be sent from there this morning to Longstreet and Jackson's corps.