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John G. B. Adams, Reminiscences of the Nineteenth Massachusetts Regiment, Chapter 17: the exchange and return north. (search)
jor came in the next day with more suggestions, but in a day or two we saw him no more. He was not the man the rebels wanted, as they were not anxious for our comfort, and his official head was removed as soon as he made requisition for the straw. On the 20th, two hundred of us left to be exchanged. We had quite a pleasant ride to Salisbury. Here I saw some of my men, the first I had seen since we left them at Macon, in July. I remember two, my first sergeant, James Smith, and Private Jerry Kelly. I dare not undertake to describe their condition; they were nearly starved to death and could only walk by the aid of sticks. They told me of the other boys captured,--that Lubin, a young recruit, had died three days after entering Andersonville; that Sergt. Geo. E. Morse and Levi Wooffindale of Company G, and many others, had died at Andersonville, Florence and other prisons; for, like us, they had been carted from one place to another, but their faces brightened as they said, No
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.10 (search)
land, who had won his laurels under Turner Ashby; Gilmor's Battalion of Rangers, by Harry Gilmor, of Baltimore, who was as rough and daring a rider as ever drew a saber; McNeil's Rangers, of Hardy and Hampshire counties, West Virginia, commanded by Captain John H. Mc-Neil. This was the company that later in the war, under the immediate command of Jesse McNeil, son of Captain J. H. McNeil, first lieutenant of Company D, rode into Cumberland, Md., and brought out two major-generals, Crook and Kelly, from the very midst of their commands. Finally, McClanahan's Battery, commanded by Captain John H. McClanahan, a Texan, who had served under Ben McCullough in Texas until it got too peaceable there for him. So, as may be seen, our General had in his brigade a lot of choice spirits, and was well equipped to make a daring raid into the enemy's lines. The writer had the honor to command a section of McClanahan's Battery. Some years ago a Yankee major, giving an account of the capture
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.32 (search)
dead. Lafayette Gilmer. E. D. Grey. John D. Grey, wounded; dead. W. S. Gilmer, dead. William Greyham. James Grey, dead. Arch. Grey. Morgan Gilmer, dead. Jefferson Howell, dead. Lilburn Hendrix, dead. Frank Horton, killed. John Human. J. J. Heneritzy. William Haney. William Hanson. W. R. Harry. Thomas Harris, wounded; dead. Jefferson Jessee, Sr., killed. Jefferson Jessee, Jr., dead. James Jessee, dead. Samuel Keller, transferred. Jerry Kelly, dead. Henry Kelly, dead. William King. Thomas King. David Kimberlin. David McCrut, killed. John McElhany, dead. Samuel McCloud, killed. Hugh Mutter, dead. Hensley Mead, dead. Charles McElha, dead. Jacob Mitchem. Hugh Mongumery, killed. Thomas Morton. John McFaden, dead. Joseph McCarthy, dead. John McCloud. Henry Moore. Harry Mays, dead. C. W. Powers. Calvin Powers, wounded. William Powers, dead. William Parks. G. W. Seaco
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.43 (search)
Peter; killed. Phillips, Private J. J. M. Spence, Private Joseph. Whitehorne, Sergeant J. Edward; wounded. Welton, Private George; wounded. Welton, Private William; killed. Company G —Richmond Grays. Burke, Private Edmund; killed. Brett, Sergeant William P. Bowers, Private N. M. Ford, Private William H.; wounded. Fisher, Private Charles. Gibson, Private Jedeth; killed. Gibson, Private, Jr. Hankins, Private James F. Kelley, Sergeant Oscar R. Kelly, Lieutenant Patrick H. Lovenstein, Private Isadore. McConnochie, Private David. Muhl, Private Oscar O. Phillips, First Lieutenant James F. Rogers, Private Augustus F. Robins, Private Albert H. Robbins, Private Augustus F. Sacrey, Private J. B.; killed. Walsh, Private Thomas C. Company H —Norfolk Juniors. Baldry, Sergeant John R.; killed. Beale, Lieutenant Charles L.; wounded. Guffin, Private A. J.; wounded. Gale, Private William B. James, Priva
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.46 (search)
any time. With such incentives to brave deeds, and with the trust that God is with us, your generals will lead you confidently to the combat, assured of success. A. S. Johnston, General Commanding. As has been stated, Colonel Forrest led the advance of Breckinridge's command to Monterey. There he was detached for picket duty along what is known as Lick creek. During Saturday he had several unimportant skirmishes and when night arrived, leaving his regiment under command of Lieutenant-Colonel Kelly, he rode to the headquarters of General Johnston to ascertain what was on foot for the next day and what he was expected to do. Forrest was a great favorite with General Johnston. He appreciated his work at Fort Donelson and the service he performed at Nashville, in removing the army stores after the retreat from that place. Greeting Forrest very cordially, General Johnston expressed his strong confidence in him and his regiment, after which he explained what was expected. T
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
and Senate, 84; civilities between the and the Federal, 24; chemicals and medicines, how obtained 100. Conrad, Major, Holmes, 253. Cooper, General S., his portrait in the War Department 86. Courtenay, Captain W. A., 1. Crampton's Gap, 33. Crater, Battle of the, roster of members of the 12th Va. Infantry engaged in, 271. Crenshaw Battery History of the 275; roll of, 289; commended by A. P. Hill, 280. Crenshaw, Captain W. G., 275. Crittenden, General George B. 168. Crook and Kelly, Capture of Generals, 12. Crumpacker, Judge, 90. Crutchfield, Colonel S., 104. Cutshaw, Colonel W. E., 177. Daniel, Major John W., 205. Danville, Va., 80 334. David, Torpedo Boat, 330. Davidson, Captain, Hunter, 827. Davis, President, portrait of in the War Department, 86; last proclamation of, 837; monument, 209; Major Sturgis, 12. Depew, Senator, Chauncey, 97. Dinkins Captain James, 298. Dixon, Lieutenant, his daring, 880. Donelson Surrender of Fort, 298. Douglas,