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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 5 1 Browse Search
Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 2 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: April 9, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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1839, aged 63], 2.29. Sun (N. Y.), 1.521. Sunderland, La Roy, Rev. [b. April 22, 1804; d. Hyde Park, Mass., May 15, 1885], career, 1.236; warns G. of plot, 236; opposes enrolment of women, 2.297; at G.'s address, 358. Sussex, Duke of [1773-1843], patron of Cresson, 1.365, 367, presides at meeting, 367; letters from G., 365, 368, unanswered, 366, 368. Sutherland, Duchess of [1806-1868], meets G., 2.385, 387, bespeaks his portrait, 387, 390; attentions to Remond, 388. Swain, David Lowry [1801-1868], 2.62. Swain, William, assistant of Lundy, 1.91. Swain, William, portrait painter in Newburyport, 1824-1831, 1.55. Swift, John, 2.216, 218. Tappan, Arthur [b. Northampton, Mass., May 22, 1786; d. New Haven, Conn., July 23, 1865], career, 1.91, meets Lundy, 91, releases G. from jail, 190; aid to Lib., 237, to G. against kidnapping, 241, for journey to Philadelphia, 259, in circulating Thoughts on Colonization, 300, 312, to Am. A. S. S., 473; house stoned at New Haven,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Reunion of Company D. First regiment Virginia Cavalry, C. S. A. (search)
eutenant. H. C. Butt, Alexander Buskell, John Bryant, T. M. Clapp, W. L. Colley, John G. R. Davis, William L. Dunn, F. S. Findlay, M. H. Latham, David Lowry, Charles Morrell, James H. Page, Thomas Preston, F. S. Robertson, John B. Richards, John L. Smith, W. L. Snodgrass, Thomas K. Trigg, Wm. Buchananded. William M. Johnson. M. G. Keesling. Robert J. Keller, dead. H. G. King. ——King. M. H. Latham. L. W. Latham. John Larrimore. B. D. Ligon. David Lowry. David Lynch, dead. D. K. H. Lewark, dead. John Littleford. Willis Littleford. S. D. Meek. James R. Meek. Putnam C. Miles, killed. W. F. Mon eight men was then sent to escort the old battle flag of the regiment from its repository to the assembled company, which was done, it being carried by color Sergeant David Lowry, who bore it before the surrender and saved it on that day, and cheers rent the air as the old and tattered battle flag was brought into ranks, the cros
r, Second Lieutenant John B Lady, Captain H H Robertson, Richard McCartney, Marion Floyd, John McMann, Thomas D Branden, G W Johnson, D E Sta er A G Bottom, Charles A Rollins, L P Holloway. Thirty third Regiment--J W Boorman, Michael Albright, Samuel Wanter, Lorenzo Davis, R Nichols, William Carver, Daniel Clerk, M C Hansberger. Thirty seventh Regiment.--Anderson Farrell, Joseph J Field, David C Carmack, Robert A Ely, Rept Cole, J N Ison J R. Fletcher, W R Kellogg, T S McCanley, David Lowry, James Driscoll. Forty-second Regiment.--J J Smith, co. B. Rockbridge Battery--Robt S Bell. Irish Battalion--Henry Forsyth, Stephen r William Dimmell, Lawrence Hart well, John Kelley, John McBride, George Heinburger, Jas Ford, Patrick Shawan. Ashby's cavalry--John Flemmans, Wedon Maddox. In addition to the above, we have the following, whose rank is not given, nor the regiment to which they are attached, viz: Jno M Kitchen, P A Booth, Chas Robinson, E H Hawk