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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Notice of Chew's Battery, (search)
Williams First Lieutenant, and Yancy Second Lieutenant. After our misfortune at Woodstock or Tom Brook, in October, 1864, losing part of our guns, we moved in the vicinity of Staunton, feeling the loss of our guns and being laughed at by our comrades in the cavalry. The men of the battery talked of making independent raids and trying to recapture their guns, or gain new laurels, but they had not long to wait. General Rosser started on that famous raid which resulted in the capture of General Kelly and his entire army of four thousand men at New Hope, West Virginia, including a large number of animals, wagons, arms and ammunition, and other valuable property. Lieutenant Carter and fifteen men of the battery volunteered to join in the raid. Many others would have joined but could not for want of mounts. The morning the attack was made, Lieutenant Carter and his fifteen men were ordered to charge and take a battery inside the enemy's works, and well they did it too, Lieutenant Car
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Hagood's brigade: its services in the trenches of Petersburg, Virginia, 1864. (search)
esent county of Berkeley, held its annual meeting at the German Artillery Hall April 12, 1887. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, W. Aiken Kelly; First Vice-President, John S. Fairly; Second Vice-President, A. G. Magrath, Jr.; Third Vice-President, Zimmerman Davis; Fourth VicePresi-dent, D. B. Gilpted. After this, the members and invited guests adjourned to the adjoining hall, where an elegant supper was served. At the head of the table were seated President Kelly, with General Johnson Hagood and Colonel P. C. Gaillard on either side. Among the guests were Dr. G. B. Lartigue, of Barnwell, formerly of General Hagood's staff; General James F. Izlar, of Orangeburg, and Captain W. H. Bartless, of Beaufort, ex-captain of the Yeadon Light Infantry. President W. Aiken Kelly, after a brief and eloquent introduction, proposed the first toast of the evening: The Annual Reunion of the Survivors' Association of Charleston District-Always hailed as