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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 5. (ed. Frank Moore) 8 0 Browse Search
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Henry Williams, Abner Ward. Escaped — Sergts. C. W. Smith and Edward W. Yaryan; Corporals Wallace Stanton and Cyrus D. Cross; privates Wm. Brown, Thos. C. Brown, Caspar C. Christ, Martin Egan, John Egan, Enoch Heavenridge, James S. Haynes, Watson Jones, Martin John, Jas. John, Geo. H. Moffitt, Charles Messer, Peter Morely, Asa Maloy, James Perkins, George Pierce, William Porter, James L. Bigger, Webster Snowden, John T. Schiff, John R. Sumter, Henry G. Van Rensellaer, George F. Ward, John W.is mortally wounded Colonel into an ambulance. The Colonel of a regiment dying on a battle-field alone! Hundreds of wild and startling incidents were occurring every moment. In that wild confusion, which required every man to do his duty, Capt. Jones, of the Sixteenth, deserted his company, mounted a horse and ingloriously ran. Let his name be remembered with infamy. Capt. Smith, company I, Sixteenth, raised his cap, the blood streaming down his face, and said: Adjutant, tell the Colone
Henry Williams, Abner Ward. Escaped — Sergts. C. W. Smith and Edward W. Yaryan; Corporals Wallace Stanton and Cyrus D. Cross; privates Wm. Brown, Thos. C. Brown, Caspar C. Christ, Martin Egan, John Egan, Enoch Heavenridge, James S. Haynes, Watson Jones, Martin John, Jas. John, Geo. H. Moffitt, Charles Messer, Peter Morely, Asa Maloy, James Perkins, George Pierce, William Porter, James L. Bigger, Webster Snowden, John T. Schiff, John R. Sumter, Henry G. Van Rensellaer, George F. Ward, John W.is mortally wounded Colonel into an ambulance. The Colonel of a regiment dying on a battle-field alone! Hundreds of wild and startling incidents were occurring every moment. In that wild confusion, which required every man to do his duty, Capt. Jones, of the Sixteenth, deserted his company, mounted a horse and ingloriously ran. Let his name be remembered with infamy. Capt. Smith, company I, Sixteenth, raised his cap, the blood streaming down his face, and said: Adjutant, tell the Colone