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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
Nuse, Genl. McNuse, E. A. Perry, John L. Perry, Jacob J. Roach, Jackson Roe, John W. Wilson, Private Uriah Ethridge, Geo. W. Harris, John J. Jones, John Mathis, Private Josiah Outz, Henry McCullough, Westley Bartley, F. P. Coleman. Co. C. Sergeant C. A. Henderson, T. H. Hill, Corporal G. Y. Moore, Private B. M. Boyd, John W. Davenport, W. M. Forgy, D. G. Hill, W. T. Hill, S. R. Jones, John Linley, Private N. J. Medlock, N. G. Manley, J. B. Manley, David Martin, J. F. Miller, F. Stone, W. H. Smith, J. A. Wilson, Robt. Williams, A. F. Redden. Co. D. Sergeant Jos. Brunson, Private N. L. Bartley, A. H. Broadwater, W. L. Coleman, A. Collum, L. B. Collum, Jabez Deloach, Oscar Cheatham, J. H. Cheatham, H. B. Harrison, Private P. P. Posey, Cullen Rowe, Simpson Rowe, J. A. Sease, Wm. Walton, G. W. Munnell, W. O. Ramey, Jackson Covas, W. N. Atkinson. Co. E. Sergeant S. B. Summerell, Corporal W. T. Dorroh, Pri
C. S. Prison Statistics. --Twenty-two Yankee prisoners, including two negroes, arrived at the C. S. prison yesterday, from Columbia, S. C. Four of them were taken at Manassas, the others on North Island, off the coast of South Carolina, and consisted of the crew of the steamer Osceola. David Martin and Jos. Warson, members of the 3d Pennsylvania cavalry, who were recently captured near Yorktown, were lodged in the prison on Monday. There are now in confinement there, prisoners of war, 435; citizens, 232; deserters, 9; Confederates, 25, negroes, 10 --in all 724.