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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
pt. and A. Q. M. W. C. Adams, Maj. and C. S. N. M. Tanner, Maj. and Q. M. James M. Garnett, Capt. and Ord. Off. W. E. Stitt, Capt. Commanding Div. S. S. Wm. F. Adams, Volunteer Aid-de-Camp to Maj.-General Grimes. W. S. Mitchell, Chief Surg. Div. A. S. Reid, Capt. and A. Q. M. Geo. Lee, Capt. and A. C. S. N. J. Whittock, Capt. and A. Q. M. [13] List of detailed men at Headquarters Grimes's Division, 2d Corps, A. N. V., not reported with any other Command. J. B. Lee, Ordnance Sergeant. James Pollard, Ordnance Sergeant. A. H. Cotchett, Private Ficklin's Battery, Huger's Battalion Artillery, Clerk. J. F. Lumsden, Private Co. E, 4th Va. Cavalry, Clerk. Jno.. M. Dunlop, Citizen, Clerk. [5] G. Peyton, Maj. and A. A. General Grimes's Div. Battle's Brigade. Edwin L. Hobson, Col. 5th Ala. Regiment Infantry, Commanding Battle's Brigade. George H. Dunlap, Jr., 1st Lt. Co. K, 3d Ala. Regiment Infantry, and A. A. A. G. John F. Goodwin
uch or more execution than the famous Washington Battery. He saw one shot from Latham's Battery kill 40 men. This is the testimony of one competent to judge, and not connected with the Battery or any of its members. Seventh Virginia Regiment. The killed and wounded of Capt. James H. French's company, from the county of Giles, Va., 7th Regiment, Col. James L. Kemper: Killed.--Edward Bane. Wounded.--Lloyd Fry, Harvey Bane, Stuart Johnson, William Lewey, Mr. Lee, (son of Rev. J. B. Lee, of the Baptist Church,) Samuel Shannen and Lewis Skenes. The Botetourt troops. The Valley Sentinel says that out of some four hundred Botetourt men upon the field, young Calvin Utz is the only one that is certainly known to have been killed. He was struck in the head by a fragment of a shell. Capt. Rippetoe's Company. Among the killed in the battle of Manassas was Robert Newman, Esq., formerly one of the editors of the Front Royal (Va.) Gazette. He was a member of Cap