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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.48 (search)
61; John N. Blackwell, second lieutenant, August 24, 1861. Company H: Hamilton Scales, captain, June 1, 1861; Ephraim Bouldin, first lieutenant, June 1, 1861; S. Martin, second lieutenant, June 1, 1861. Company I: Shubal G. Worth, captain, June 5, 1861; E. H. Winningham, first lieutenant, August 12, 1861: Alexander C. Mc-Alli. Stokes, Peter Smith, J. N. Blackwell, B. S. Mitchell, Martin H. Cobb. Company H—captains: Hamilton Scales, Ephraim Bouldin, William H. Lovins. Lieutenants: S. Martin, C. C. Smith, John K. Martin, Sam B. Ziglar, Shadrack Martin, Joshua D. Ziglar. Company I—captains: Shubal G. Worth, George V. Lamb. Lieutenants: Robert HannShadrack Martin, Joshua D. Ziglar. Company I—captains: Shubal G. Worth, George V. Lamb. Lieutenants: Robert Hanner, Eli H. Winningham, John H. Palmer, B. W. Burkhead, William McAuley, Hamilton C. Graham, Alex. A. McAllister, J. S. Robbins, R. A. Glenn, R. W. Winbourne. Company K—captains: Alney Burgin, Charles H. Burgin, William B. Gooding, E. J. Dobson. Lieutenants: Isaac E. Morris, A. W. Crawford, J. L. Greenlee, J. B. Burgin, John M.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.59 (search)
D, Stanly county, Captain Montgomery. Company E, Montgomery county, Captain Barringer. Company F, Yadkin county, Captain Kinyoun. Company G, Orange county, Captain Martin. Company H, Cleveland county, Captain Wright. Company I, Yadkin county, Captain Speer. Company K, Stanly county, Captain Moody. You will see that most of y repulsing two lines of battle in its front, it was forced to retire before the third. Its loss was sixteen killed and forty-nine wounded. In this fight, Private Martin, of Company C, coolly sat on the track and called to his comrades to watch the Yankee colors, then fired and down they went. This was done repeatedly. Capta Lovell, of Company A, the right company of the regiment, stood on the track all the time, waving his hat and cheering his men, and strange to say, neither he nor Martin was struck. After the battle, when Captain Holland, of Company H, congratulated General Lane on his escape, he added: And I am indebted to a biscuit for my own