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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)
off, consisting of sixty horses and one hundred muskets and rifles. Sumter attacked Rocky Mount with his characteristic impetuosity, but the British officer was found on his guard, and his position was one of great strength. Three times did Sumter attempt to carry this stronghold, but without success. He drew off, however, undisturbed, having lost few of his followers. Undaunted, Sumter was soon again in the saddle. Quitting his retreat on the Catawba, with Davie, J. Erwin Hill, and Lacy he darted on the British line of communication, and on the 6th of August fell on the post at Hanging Rock. Then ensued a bloody battle—the contest grew fierce and the issue doubtful. The infantry of Tarleton's Legion and Bryan's North Carolina Loyalists were forced back, but Brown's regiment held their ground until nearly all the officers and a great proportion of its soldiers had fallen. The British, then falling back, formed a hollow square in the centre of their position. Sumter advanc
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Roll of the Rockbridge Battery of artillery, April 10, 1865. (search)
ent. Ford, James. Wounded. Absent. Friend, Benj. C. Present. Gibson, Robt. Present. Gilliam, Wm. Absent. Ginger, George. Absent. Ginger, W. Captured at Gettysburg. Absent. Gold, Alfred. Sick at home. Absent. Gooch,——. Present. Gordon, Wm. Wounded. Absent. Private Heischell,——. Present. Hide, E. P. Present. Hitner, John K. Sick at home. Absent. Holmes,——. Sick at home. Absent. Johnson, Thos. E. Sick at home. Absent. Kean, Otho G. Present. Lacy,——. Absent. Leathers,——. Present. Leach, James M. Present. Letcher, Samuel. Present. Lewis, Henry. Present. Lewis, James P. Present. Link, David. Sick at home. Absent. McCampbell, W. Present. McClintic, W. Present. McCorkle, T. E. Present. McCorkle, T. M. Absent. McCorkle, W. Present. McCrum, Barton. Present. McGruder, D. N. Present. McGruder, Horatio. Present. Marshall, John. Present. Martin,——. Captured at Gettysburg.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
, 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., S. C., 9, 14, 18, 22, 28. Lance, 104. Lanneau, Jr., Sergeant F., 143. Louisiana, Pointe Coupee Battery, 70. Lartigue, Gen. G. B., 117, 396. Latham, Gen. R., 83. Latrobe, Col., Osman, 107. Lauman, Col J. G., 80. Laurel Hill, 87. Law, Gen. E. M.,384, 386. Lawrence, Sergeant, 104. Lawton, Gen. A. R., 273. Lawto