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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 3 1 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Heroes of the old Camden District, South Carolina, 1776-1861. an Address to the Survivors of Fairfield county, delivered at Winnsboro, S. C., September 1,1888. (search)
ction at his request.—E. McC., Jr. Then followed the capture of Harper's Ferry and the battle of Sharpsburg, in which the Twelfth sustained the irreparable loss of Colonel Barnes, and in which Captains J. L. Miller and H. C. Davis and Lieutenant R. M. Kerr were wounded. The Twelfth lost 102 of the 163 killed and wounded in the whole brigade. It was more fortunate at Shepherdstown, in which it had but one wounded, and scarcely less so at Fredericksburg, where it lost but eight out of the 3General McGowan, with Gracie's Alabama brigade and ours, achieved so brilliant a success, and in which the regiment lost one killed and seventeen wounded; then Sunderland Station, in which a large part of the brigade was captured, including Captain R. M. Kerr, who commanded the Twelfth. Captain W. S. Dunlop, who had commanded the sharpshooters of the brigade after Captain W. T. Haskell's death at Gettysburg, and Lieutenant W. H. Rives were wounded and fell also into the hands of the enemy. And
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
6. Jones, Gen., 393. Jones, J. W , 175. Jones, Rev. Dr. J Wm., 195, 205. Jones, Gen., Sam., 179. Jonesboroa, Battle of, 372. Jones' Farm, Battle of, 21. Jordan, Lt. J. W., 277. Jordan, Gen., Thomas, 297, 318. Joshua as a military leader, 197. Kearse, Col., 393. Keitt, Col. L. M., 130, 157, 169. Kellers, Corp. F. M., 192. Kellogg, Col. S. C., 349. Kelley, Gen., 215. Kelley, W. Aiken, 395. Kent, Gov., 321. Kentucky Regiment, First, 16. Kerr, Lt. J. W., 381. Kerr, Capt. R. M., 20, 21. Kersey, Capt, Wm., 59, 64, 65. Kershaw District, S. C., 14, 18, 26. Kershaw, Gen. J. B., 18, 377, 387, 388. Kettell, T. P., 429. Killingsworth, Lt., 380. Kilpatrick, Gen., 30. King's Battery, 57, 60. King's Mountain, Battle of, 5, 12. Kinston, Battle of, 25 Knoxville, Siege of, 387. Lacy, 10 Lalane, Lt. G. M., 192. Lamar, Col. J. B., 142, 145. Lamar, Hon. L. Q. C., 274, 318 Lamar's Battery, 143, 174. Lambert, married, Jack, 176. Lancaster co.,