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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The career of General Jackson (search)
The career of General Jackson Circumstances under which he received his Sobriquet of Stonewall—Disappointed his Critics—Interesting paper read before Massachusetts Historical Society. In March last, Rev. Dr. J. William Jones, of Virginia, read the following paper before the Massachusetts Historical Society on Stonewall Jackson, the Soldier: I used to hear the cadets of the Virginia Military Institute speak of a grim professor whom they called Old Jack, who was very eccentric, and upon whom they delighted to play all sorts of pranks. Stories were told of his having greatly distinguished himself when serving in the regular army in the Mexican War, and of his steady promotion for gallantry and meritorious conduct from brevet second lieutenant to brevet major. But this gallant record had been overlooked or forgotten in the odd stories that were told of his conduct at the Institute, and when Governor Letcher, his neighbor and friend, nominated him as colonel in the Virgini
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The surrender of Gen. R. E. Lee. (search)
edited by a good many people in the South. The account of the ceremonies attending the return of the flag of the Eighth Texas Cavalry, in the Veteran of December, 1899, reports Governor Sayers as saying: And finally Appomattox came and General Lee surrendered; the great, heroic, magnanimous Grant refuses to take his sword. Colonel Charles Marshall, who was, I believe, the only officer accompanying General Lee on the occasion, has disclaimed that anything of the kind occurred. Dr. J. William Jones, in Personal Reminiscences of General Robert E. Lee, at page 303, reports General Lee as making a similar statement during a conversation with a company of friends, as follows: General Grant returned your sword, did he not? asked one of the company. The old hero straightened himself up and replied: No, sir, he did not. I was determined that the side-arms of officers should be exempt by the terms of the surrender, and, of course, I did not offer him mine. All that was said a
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The battle of New Market, Va., again, (search)
eteran soldiery demeanor of the boy cadets—at New Market—an exemplification which Napoleon himself would no doubt have acknowledged. The article for the volume had already been printed, but the following corrections made in the Times-Dispatch of January 19, 1908, must be given: Ch. M. W., Co. B., V. M. I. Cadet Corps, thus corrects the statement made by Captain Bruce, that the Cadets gave way, and gives tribute to his martyred boy comrades, Cabell, Atwell, McDowell, Steward, Jefferson, Jones, Crockett and Wheelwright. Further, the Cadet Battalion fired directly into the battery, while Captain Bruce states his regiment, the 51st, fired obliquely into; and that the Cadets did capture it. As to the percentage of loss of the 51st Regiment, which Captain Bruce states as five per cent.—the Cadet percentage was twenty-five per cent. As to halts of the Cadets, charged by Captain Bruce—one is accounted for by an intervening ravine, when the line of the Cadets becoming necessari
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.66 (search)
but is still living (dead). Hawbaw, George, lost sight of him (still living). Herndon, John, living, Hamilton, Va. Jacobs, L. T., living, Hamilton, Va. Jones, Scott, killed at Bolivar Heights in 1861. Jones, Henry, living. Jones, Philip, living. Jeffries, James A., living. Keys, wounded in hand at Buckton, 1Jones, Henry, living. Jones, Philip, living. Jeffries, James A., living. Keys, wounded in hand at Buckton, 1862. Kincheloe, John W., living at Rectortown, Va. Kidwell, Evan, died since the war. Ladd, John A., badly wounded at Kelley's Island and lost sight of. Leslie, Thomas, died since the war. Long, Pendleton, died since the war. Lawler, Robert, died since the war. Lake, F. Marion, living in Missouri. Lake, BladJones, Philip, living. Jeffries, James A., living. Keys, wounded in hand at Buckton, 1862. Kincheloe, John W., living at Rectortown, Va. Kidwell, Evan, died since the war. Ladd, John A., badly wounded at Kelley's Island and lost sight of. Leslie, Thomas, died since the war. Long, Pendleton, died since the war. Lawler, Robert, died since the war. Lake, F. Marion, living in Missouri. Lake, Bladen, died with typhoid fever in 1862. Larkin, Richard, living in Prince William. Marlow, Richard, lost sight of him: Marlow, John, lost sight of him. Massey, Edward, died since the war. McClenigan, S. B., died since the war. Marshall, R. C., wounded at Trevillian's Depot. McArthur, Hickerson, living in Texas.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Hanover Grays. (search)
wounded; dead). Haw, William (wounded). Hazelgrove, Andrew (died in prison). Hogan, William (dead). Home, Robert R. (died in prison). Home, Ralph R. Hott, William (wounded). Hughes, P. H. (wounded; dead). Johnson, P. L. Jones, Washington (killed). Jones, William Wingfield (wounded and dead) Kelley, James S. (dead). Kent, George W. (wounded). Lipscomb, Henry (wounded). Lorgan, Benjamin (dead). Mantlo, William (twice wounded). Mantlo, Cornelius (wouJones, William Wingfield (wounded and dead) Kelley, James S. (dead). Kent, George W. (wounded). Lipscomb, Henry (wounded). Lorgan, Benjamin (dead). Mantlo, William (twice wounded). Mantlo, Cornelius (wounded). Mills, John T. (detailed; dead). Mosby, John S. (dead). Norment, William E. (dead). Nunnally, L. M. (dead). Otey, Thomas (wounded). Otey, William (wounded and dead). Pate, John W. (transferred and dead). Pate, William B. (dead). Richardson, Bowling (dead). Richardson, John (wounded). Richardson, Henry (dead). Richardson, Peter (dead). Short, William Neander. Smith, William H. (wounded and dead). Smith, William C. (killed near Ashland, Va.).
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
ign of, 82 Demonstration on Harpers' Ferry, 341 At Chancellorsville 87 Severe discipline of 89 Fatal wounding of 96 Valentine's statue of, 97 Johnson, Col. Adam R., 111 Johnston, Gen., Albert Sydney, killed, 214 Johnston, Miss, Mary, 29 Jones, Col. John M., 84 Jones, Dr., J. William, 79 Jordan, Gen. Thomas 204 Kautz, Gen. Adam V. 1 Keiley, Anthony M., 17 Kentucky Cavalry. The 11th, 259 Captured, 274 Roll of officers and men, with statistics, 276, et seq. Lee, GeneralJones, Dr., J. William, 79 Jordan, Gen. Thomas 204 Kautz, Gen. Adam V. 1 Keiley, Anthony M., 17 Kentucky Cavalry. The 11th, 259 Captured, 274 Roll of officers and men, with statistics, 276, et seq. Lee, General, Fitzhugh. Address on, 132 His services to the Jamestown Exposition, 134 In Cuba, 137 Lee Gen. H. E His war horse Traveller, 99 Did not offer sword to Grant, 59 To the rear, 368 Lee Gen. Stephen D., 25 His tribute to Parker's Boys, 106 Logan, Gen. Thomas M., 57 McCabe, Capt. W. Gordon 125 McClay. Corporal John killed, 278 McNeill's Rangers roll of, 323 McNeill, Capt. J. C., 30 McCreary. Col. James B., 278 Malvern Hill Reminiscences of 125 Manassas, First Battle of, 3