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The Daily Dispatch: June 30, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
Brigadier-General Ellison Capers, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 5, South Carolina (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 2 0 Browse Search
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edging of a shell in the bore) replying to a much greater number of superior guns along the enemy's front. After testing fully the enemy's strength so far as his artillery was concerned, Lieutenant-Colonel Lee, chief of artillery, of General Magruder's corps, concluding that the contest was too unequal to be longer continued, ordered the batteries to retire. In this action, Captain Brown lost Corporal Charles W. Lucas, killed; Sergeant G. W. Beard, wounded; privates G. T. Lindsay and Benjamin Lucas, wounded, and two horses so severely wounded that he was compelled to leave them on the field. Captain Lane's battery distinguished itself for the accuracy of its fire and the coolness and courage of the officers and men. This report was made to Lieutenant-Colonel Lee. On the twenty-eighth, Captain Brown was ordered to take the same position occupied on the twenty-seventh. Captain Moody's battery was ordered to his support. Captain Brown was the first to fire, to whom the enemy did
Brigadier-General Ellison Capers, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 5, South Carolina (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Additional Sketches Illustrating the services of officers and Privates and patriotic citizens of South Carolina. (search)
rom which he was discharged April 14th, five days after Lee's surrender, reaching home April 19, 1865. When the war ceased he returned to Darlington and farmed until 1892, conducting also a naval store much of the time, and since 1892 he has been engaged in the livery business at Darlington. He was married March 29, 1859, to Miss Elizabeth Sherley, of Darlington, and they have nine children: Catherine, now Mrs. J. A. Smith, of Darlington; Amanda, now Mrs. W. J. Johnston, of Darlington; Benjamin Lucas, a farmer in Darlington county; Florence, now Mrs. J. H. Smith, of Darlington; Elizabeth, now Mrs. D. W. Smith, of Stokes county, N. C.; Nenia, now Mrs. Weatherspoon Jeffords, of Darlington; Lemia, Janie and Addie. Sergeant Outlaw is a member of Darlington camp, U. C. V., at Darlington. Levi G. Owens, sheriff of Colleton county, S. C., was born in Edgecombe county, N. C., in 1846, and entered the Confederate service in May, 1861, at Saratoga, in Company C, Second North Carolina infan
critical. Capt. Wood McDonald, son of Col. Angus W. McDonald, of Winchester, and aid to Gen. Elzey, was killed in the same engagement. Major P. J. Sinclair, of the 5th North Carolina regiment, received a painful wound in the thigh, and was brought to the city yesterday afternoon by Dr. Coffin, by whom his wound was dressed. He is now at the American Hotel. Private Charles Lucas, of the "Wise Artillery," from Martinsburg, was killed on Friday afternoon. His brother, Serg't Benj. Lucas, of the same company, was seriously wounded. In the engagement near "Fair Oaks," yesterday afternoon, Brigadier General Griffith had one of his legs broken, and apprehensions are felt that amputation may be necessary. A Federal Lieutenant, who was captured yesterday morning and brought to the head quarters of Gen. Lee, reports that two entire regiments had deserted during the morning. The Confederate forces yesterday afternoon occupied the enemy's position at the White Hous
la; J H Sockwell, do do; H O M Garrison, do do; Jno H Jenkins, 4th Ga; Jno T Nolan, do do; C F Floyd, 4th Ala; F P Cumming, 8th Ala; Ellis Carrell, 9th Ala. Central Depot Hospital. W Elliott, 24th N C; W Ceson, 55th Va; H Helney, 40th La; J Leadford, T Darer, J A Clarke, W Painter, 16th N C; J A Newton, 34th N C; F Anlow, 16th N C; G S Dawtry, 38th N C; R C Holt, 2d Va; A Garner, 40th Va. First Alabama Hospital. Col C C Peynes, 5th Ala; Lt Col Stephen F Hall, 11th Ala; Wm P Lucas, 5th Ala; Jas T Hardanay, do; Wm A Dudley, do; J W Joiner, do; Perry Duke, 8th Ala; John Dely, do; Lt A A Walden, 11th Ala; Thos Avery, do; Luther C Kirksey, do; Wm H H Sanders, do; Samuel A Blake, do; Sergt Martin C Norris, do; Henry McGee, do; Dan'l N Cosley, do; Ellis Woods, do; Sergt W R Garthright, do; W C Allen, 10th Ala; Jas H Brownice do; Wm H Merlone, do. Jos S Merrill, 11th Ala; E C Reaves, 13th Ala; Wm B Nance, 14th Ala; J Strother, do; Sergt W Dozier, do; J J Ogle, do; Jasper O'N