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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Wee Nee volunteers of Williamsburg District, South Carolina, in the First (Hagood's) regiment. (search)
htly; A. Vocelle, slightly in thigh; S. Wetherhorn, slightly in abdomen. Company F. Killed: Private R. D. Zimmerman. Wounded: Captain Martin A. Sellers, slightly in arm; Color Corporal J. W. Myers, mortally in abdomen; Corporal John Pritchett, mortally in abdomen; Corporal T. W. Ulmer, severely in temple; privates H. F. Dantzler, slightly in leg; H. Griffin, slightly in breast; J. Jones, slightly in breast; E. B. Stroke, slightly in arm. Company G. Killed: Sergeant J. E. Rast; private L. W. Jenkins. Wounded: Privates E. E. Inabinet, severely in leg; J. M. O. Holman, slightly; E. Ott, slightly in head; S. R. Hall, severely in leg. Company H. Killed: Private G. M. Howard. Wounded: Sergeant R. A. Horton, severely in hand; J. H. Pricket, slightly in head; W. H. Matthews, slightly in thigh. Company I. Wounded: Sergeant R. F. Ridgway, severely in arm; W. A. Lowder, severely in hand; privates Jesse Tobias, severely in hip; P. W. Tobias, severely in chest; J. B. Hodge, severel
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
son, (Capt.) Alex., 366. Jackson, Andrew, 7, 10, 13 Jackson, Col., 88. Jackson, Rev. Dr. H. M., address of, 195, 207. Jackson, Gen. J. K., 298. Jackson, Mrs., 7. Jackson, Robert, 7, 10. Jackson, Capt. W. H., 71. Jackson, Gen. T. J., 15, 19; his Scabbard Speech, 36, 46; characteristics of, 44; difference with Gen. Loring, 90; 94, 112, 203. Jacobs, Lt. F. C., 164. James' Battalion, 31. James Island, 126, 147, 150. Jefferson, Thos., 249, 254. Jefferson Chasseurs, 448. Jenkins, Lt. J. M, 20. Jervey, Henry, 34 Johnson, Gen. B. R , 183, 231. Johnson, Col. Edward, 88, 90. Johnson, Lt., 379. Johnson, Lt. Polk G., 107, 349. Johnson's Tour, cited, 14. Johnson's Traditions of S. C., 9. Johnston, Gen. A. S., 69, 274, 308, 317. Johnston. Gen. Jos. E., 25, 68; Narrative, cited, 85, 98,204; forces of in 1862, 256, 294, 308. Johnston, Major, J. Stoddard, 58, 61, 68. Johnston, Col., Wm. Preston, 309, 317. Jones, Cadwalader, 19, 20, 21. Jones, Col., Cha
Confederate States district court. Judge Halyburton's court was in session a short while yesterday. Writs of habeas corpus were awarded the following members of Dement's Maryland battery, made returnable on Monday next: J. W. F. Hatton, John R. Yates, William L. Sheirburn, James A. Dorsett, L. W. Jenkins, H. C. Bowie, Enoch R. Berry, Edward T. Richardson, Frank T. Wilson, Thomas H. Sunderland, Eugene Worthington, George W. Bassford, John T. Wilson, Thomas Williams, Lee M. Sutherland, H. D. G. C. Sargent, John Campbell, T. Bernard Gardner, Francis McWilliams and Daniel W. Lloyd. A writ of habeas corpus was awarded George G. Perrie, directed to Surgeon Lane, at the Winder Hospital, made returnable on Monday. Also, John W. Tucker, directed to Surgeon James B. McCaw, of Chimborazo Hospital, returnable on Monday. The case of William G. Higgins, Frank W. Ganby, Charles McNeil and Edward Middleton, members of Dement's battery, claiming exemption from service under a wri
Confederate States District Court. --In Judge Halyburton's Court the following cases, members of Dement's First Maryland battery, were discharged under writs of habeas corpus yesterday: L. W. Jenkins, John R. Yates, F. T. Nelson, Thomas Williamson, Francis McWilliams, William L. Shelburn, Richard T. Richardson, J. Bernard Gardiner and James A. Dorsett. The habeas corpus cases of John N. Davis, (Nazarene,) George V. Perrie, John W. Tucker, J. W. F. Hatton. Henry C. Bowie, E. R. Berry, Thomas H. Sunderland, Eugene Worthington, George W. Basford, John M. Sutherland, H. D. G. C. Sergeant, John Campbell and Daniel W. Lloyd, also members of Dement's battery, were continued till to-day. The court thereupon adjourned till eleven o'clock this morning.