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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Roster of members from the three companies of the war, 1860-1865. (search)
C. H. Carter, J. W. Douglas, Campbell. Edgerton, E. C. Greer, H. I. Atkinson, J. A. Burnham, E. S. Bomar, R. H. Barbot, Julian. Carson, J. M. Caldwell, J. S. Cross, E. F. Calder, E. E. Cudworth, A. Devoe, J. H. Enslow, J. A., Jr. Greer, W. R. Gilliland, D. B. Grice, G. D. Honour, F. H. Honour, G. McD. Hanahan, J. S. Jamison, W. H. Johnson, C. H. Lovegreen, L. B. Lanneau, J. B. Locke, P. P. Muckenfuss, W. M. Martin, J. C. Malloy, L. E. McDowell, R. H. O'Sullivan, T. F. Parker, Dr. F. L. Pennal, R. E. Phelps, J. B. Robb, James. Reneker, F. W. Roy, Robert. Simonton, C. H. Simons, W. Seyle, S. H. Stocker, J. D. Schulte, J. H. Taylor, F. E. Trumbo, A. S. Warren, B. W. Welch, S. E. Graham, S. G. Honour, J. L. Honour, T. A. Holmes, Wm. E. Houston, J. H. Jones, D. H. Lloyd, E. W. Lanneau, W. S. Lebby, T. D. Muckenfuss , W. G.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Roster of members (search)
n, it being the only post—bellum Confederate organization then existing— Aimar, G. W. Beckman, C. J. Burns, John, Breeze, W. E. Bryan, G. D. Averill, J. H. Barker, T. G. Allison, T. Bird, C. H. Bilton, J. J. Campbell, W. L. Dukes, T. C. H. Dunsby, G. W. Foster, H. P. Ford, B. Fisher, W. E. Gale, R. W. Hughes, E. T. Hyde, J. B. Hammett, A. C. Klinck, G. W. Lanneau, C. B. LeBleaux, L. F. Lawton, P. T. Lynah, E., Jr. Martin, H. O. Mintzing, J. F. Matthews, Chris'r McCabe, B. F. O'Brien, A. F. Porter, J. H. Pemberton, G. W. Ravenel, Dr. W. C. Richards, F., Jr., Simons, T. G., Sr. Salas, F. P. Sanders, J. O'H. Snowden, W. E. Smythe, E. A. Stocker, J. B. Torley, J. E. Walker, Joseph Walker, C. I. Willis, J. L. E. Webb, W. T. L. Calder, Alex'r. Dewees, J. Fisher, S. W. Francis, G. M. Frost, H. W. Gilliland, A. Howell, S. S. Hughes, T.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.38 (search)
n with his solid shot, but I knew all hope of halting the column was over, because solid shot do not halt columns. The second shot struck the head of column, the other two missed, and the guns were silent. I found General Pickett in front about 300 yards ahead of the artillery position, and to the left of it, and some 200 yards behind the command which was then at the stone wall over which some of our men were going, that is, the 53rd Regiment, part of Armistead's Brigade, led by Colonel Rawley Martin, who fell next to the gallant General Armistead, had reached the enemy's guns and captured them. All along the stone wall, as far as they extended, Kemper and Garnett's men were fighting with but few officers left. The retreat—Lee's remark. I informed the General that no help was to be expected from the artillery, but the enemy were closing around us, and nothing could could now save his command. He had remained behind to watch and protect that left, to put in first help exp
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The battle of Gettysburg, [from the times-dispatch, April 10, 1904.] (search)
The battle of Gettysburg, [from the times-dispatch, April 10, 1904.] And the charge of Pickett's Division. Accounts of Colonel Rawley Martin and Captain John Holmes Smith. With Prefatory note by U. S. Senator John W. Daniel. [Very much has been published regarding the momentous battle of Gettysburg, but the following additions can but be welcome to our readers. Reference may be made to ante p. 33 and preceding volumes of the Southern Historical Society Papers, particularly t magnificent exploit of war come to light; and the more brilliant does it appear. Slowly, and surely, also do the evidences gather that point toward the responsible agents of the failure that ensued. Respectfully, Jno. W. Daniel. Colonel Rawley Martin's account. Lynchburg, Va., August 11, 1897. Commander Sylvester Chamberlain, Buffalo, N. Y.: My dear Sir,—In the effort to comply with your request to describe Pickett's charge at Gettysburg, I may unavoidably repeat what has of