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The Daily Dispatch: April 11, 1864., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
Alfred Roman, The military operations of General Beauregard in the war between the states, 1861 to 1865 2 2 Browse Search
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ief Ordnance officer. Quartermaster's Department. Major E. Willis, Chief Quartermaster. Lieut. Jno. J. Mellen, Crescent La. Regt., A. A. Quartermaster. Private Henry C. Robinson, Co. A, 7th S. C. Cavalry. Private Robt. Downey, Co. I, 18th La. Vols., Detached Teamster. Private W. L. Thomas, Co. H, 19th Ala. Vols., Detached Teamster. Private L. B. Spencer, Co. D, 12th Tenn. Vols., Detached Teamster. Private G. Wash. Perry, Co. G, 14th Texas Vols., Detached Teamster. Private Jno. Jenkins, Co. C, 13th La. Vols., Detached Teamster. Private Wm. H. Thompson, Co. A, 8th Ark. Vols., Detached Teamster. Subsistence Department. Major F. Malloy, Chief Commissary. Medical Department. Surgeon R. L. Brodie, Medical Director. Surgeon S. Choppin, Medical Inspector. Detachment couriers. Second Lieut. W. H. Ragsdale, Co. K, 1st S. C. Cavalry, Comdg. Private Oliver Rickey, Co. A, 1st S. C. Cavalry, Comd. Private G. D. Copeland, Co. B, 1st S. C. Cavalry, Comd. Pr
Ordnance Department. Lieut.-Col. J. R. Waddy, Chief Ordnance officer. Quartermaster's Department. Major E. Willis, Chief Quartermaster. Lieut. Jno. J. Mellen, Crescent La. Regt., A. A. Quartermaster. Private Henry C. Robinson, Co. A, 7th S. C. Cavalry. Private Robt. Downey, Co. I, 18th La. Vols., Detached Teamster. Private W. L. Thomas, Co. H, 19th Ala. Vols., Detached Teamster. Private L. B. Spencer, Co. D, 12th Tenn. Vols., Detached Teamster. Private G. Wash. Perry, Co. G, 14th Texas Vols., Detached Teamster. Private Jno. Jenkins, Co. C, 13th La. Vols., Detached Teamster. Private Wm. H. Thompson, Co. A, 8th Ark. Vols., Detached Teamster.
from Salisbury, was captured, and brought in as a prisoner, by Mr. w. H. Noe, and a soldier. Mr. cooper had taken an active part in the affray; when in front of Jenkins's store he attempted to escape, and when commanded to halt refused to do so, whereupon Mr. Noe fired over Mr. cooper's head, who, in return, fired at some of our men, when orders were given to fire upon him, which was done, and be fell dead at Jenkins's door. Unfortunately one of the balls passed through the closed door and struck Mr. Jno. Jenkins in the groin, producing a serious and probably mortal wound. Mr. cooper was shot through the neck and shoulder. when the insurgents were halteMr. Jno. Jenkins in the groin, producing a serious and probably mortal wound. Mr. cooper was shot through the neck and shoulder. when the insurgents were halted near Mrs. Dickson's, he was heard to say that as they now had no leader he was ready to lead them back and kill the — soldiers and burn the town, or die in the attempt; and at various places he was heard to threaten to cut out the hearts of the " --Abolitionists," and use kindred expressions. How many there were of the insu