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Maj. Jed. Hotchkiss, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 3, Virginia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 12 2 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 3 1 Browse Search
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under Lieutenant-General Ewell, comprising Steuart's, Nicholls', J. M. Jones' and the Stonewall brigades. Soon afterward he was conspicuous esided there until his death, February 22, 1873. Brigadier-General John Marshall Jones Brigadier-General John Marshall Jones was born aBrigadier-General John Marshall Jones was born at Charlottesville, Va., July 26, 1820, and was educated for the profession of arms at West Point, graduating and receiving the rank of brevet a general engagement was supposed to be imminent. On May 5, 1864, Jones brigade opened the terrific struggle in the Wilderness, driving bac, three had been killed, four wounded and two captured, said of General Jones: I consider his loss an irreparable one to his brigade. Broden in western Virginia, and rejoining the army was assigned to J. M. Jones brigade of the Stonewall division. Major Lilley won high praise from the survivors of the Stonewall brigade and the brigades of J. M. Jones and G. H. Steuart, who had escaped from the disaster of May 12th
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The career of General Jackson (search)
til he lost a leg at Second Manassas. Not long after the close of the Valley Campaign, when we were resting in the beautiful region around Port Republic, I got a short furlough to go to Nelson County to see my family, and my uncle. Colonel John Marshall Jones, Ewell's Chief of Staff, told me that if I would come by headquarters he would ride with me as far as Staunton. Accordingly, I rode by Ewell's headquarters, and just before we left the grounds, General Ewell came out and said to us in for I was hurrying back in hope that our rest near Port Republic would give the chaplains especially good opportunities for preaching to the men, but when I reached Charlottesville, I found Jackson's troops marching through the town. Asking Colonel Jones afterwards Why General Ewell wished to deceive us, he replied: General Ewell did not mean to deceive us, he was deceived himself. He never knows what Jackson is going to do. Jackson was anxious to be reinforced and move down the Valley a