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he last full measure of devotion; that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain; that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom; and that government of the people, by the people, and for the people, shall not perish from the earth. The first National Convention of 1864 met at Cleveland, May 31st, pursuant to a call To the Radical men of the Nation. About 350 persons were present; very few or none of them in the capacity of delegates. Ex-Gov. William F. Johnston, of Pa., was made temporary and Gen. John Cochrane, of N. Y., permanent presiding officer. Gen. John C. Fremont was here nominated for President, and Gen. John Cochrane for Vice-President. The platform adopted is as follows: 1st. That the Federal Union shall be preserved. 2d. That the Constitution and laws of the United States must be observed and obeyed. 3d. That the Rebellion must be suppressed by force of arms, and without compromise. 4th. That the rights of
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)
s; Lieut.-Col. J. B. Weems; Maj. R. R. Hawes; Adjt. R. G. Strickland; Commissary G. H. Cheever; Quartermaster S. T. Neal. The captains were O. S. Kimbrough (A), C. H. Phinizy (B), Willis C. Holt (C), Henry L. Leon (D), Andrew J. McBride (E), Wm. F. Johnston (F), C. C. Kibbee (G), P. H. Loud (H), Y. L. Wotton (I), J. P. W. Read (K). This regiment served throughout the war in the army of Northern Virginia. Its first colonel, Lafayette McLaws, became a major-general and was succeeded by Alfred Cuis promotion C. C. Kibbee became lieutenant-colonel. Major Hawes was followed by Willis C. Holt and P. H. Loud. Adjutant Strickland was followed by John H. Dobbs. Captain Phinizy was succeeded by A. P. Boggs and W. S. Davis; Holt by J. W. Neil; Johnston by W. G. Green (died) and T. H. Wood; Loud by E. M. Foster; Read by T. C. Cone. The field and staff officers of the Eleventh regiment of Georgia volunteers were George T. Anderson, colonel; Theodore L. Guerry, lieutenant-colonel; William Luff
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
rse. Corporals: 1st, Algernon S. Whitt; 2nd, Wm. M. Willson; 3rd, Wm. F. Johnston; 4th, Wm. N. Bumpus; 5th, Henry T. Darnall; 6th, William Carson; Young, Virginia. F. G. Ward, Virginia. List of public property on hand, Johnston's Artillery, 9th April, 1865: muskets, 26; accoutrements, 20. I certify, ox were armed on the morning of the 9th inst. [61] T. R. Adams, 1st Lt. Commanding Johnston Artillery. Roll of Captain Thos. Kevill's Company United Artillery aswell, 1st Lieut. Commanding Neblett's Artillery. T. R. Adams, 1st Lt. Commanding Johnston Artillery. J. W. Gilliam, 2d Lt. Johnston Artillery. Jno. Gale, 2d Lt. Johnston Artillery. Jno. Gale, 1st Lt. Commanding 1st Md. Artillery. Wm. J. Hill, 2nd Lieut. 1st Md. Artillery. J. H. Stonestreet, 2nd Lieut. 1st Md. Artillery. [13] List of men of Capt'n Glover, W. O. Glover, W. C. Graham, R. R. Huddleston, L. D. Johnston, W. F. Johnston, J. R. Kimbrell, Private W. L. Kimbrell, Jas. Manus, W. B. Marks, O. M
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Roll of the Rockbridge Battery of artillery, April 10, 1865. (search)
nd Lieutenant J. C. Davis. Present. Junior Second Lieutenant John W. Jordan. Present. First Sergeant Samuel C. Smith. Present. Second Sergeant Wm. L. Strickler. Present. Third Sergeant David E. Moore. Present. Fourth Sergeant Norborne S. Henry. Present. Fifth Sergeant John E. McCauley. Present. Quartermaster-Sergeant John V. Moore. Captured at Gettysburg. Absent. First Corporal A. S. Whitt. Present. Second Corporal Wm. M. Wilson. Present. Third Corporal Wm. F. Johnston. Present. Fourth Corporal Wm. N. Bumpus. Present. Fifth Corporal Henry T. Darnall. Present. Sixth Corporal Wm. Carson. Present. Seventh Corporal Wm. H. McCauley. Mortally wounded at Cumberland Church. Absent. Eighth Corporal Henry Boteler. Present. Private Adkins, Blackburn. Present. Agner, A. Present. Agner, J. Present. Private Agner, S. Absent. Armistead, Chas. J. Present. Bacon, E. Present. Bacon, P. Present. Baldwin, Wm. L. Present.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Historical sketch of the Rockbridge artillery, C. S. Army, by a member of the famous battery. (search)
19th, eleven miles, crossed Rappahannock and camped near Culpeper; 21st, five miles to present camp [which is referred to in the next roll as Brandy station]. Corporal William M. Willson detailed for special duty, and in October, 1863, William F. Johnston and W. N. Bumpass, Jr., were promoted as corporals, and Privates Henry T. Darnall and William Careen appointed corporals. Battery remained there (Brandy station, or Stephensburg,) till 3d November, when it marched seven miles, and was o 1865: Captain. Archibald Graham, Jr. Lieutenants. J. Cole Davis, John W. Jordan. Sergeants. Samuel C. Smith, William L. Strickler, David E. Moore, Norborne S. Henry, and John E. McCauley. Corporals. A. S. Whitt. William M. Wilson, William F. Johnston, William N. Bumpass, Jr., Henry T. Darnall, William Careen, and Henry Boteler. The following roster contains the names of all the men who ever served with this company, so far as their names could be ascertained. As explained in the fo