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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Appendix. (search)
n, Samuel H. Burford, William E. Burford, Archer L. Boydton, Wm. Shelley. Cobbs, James A. Cullen, Thomas P. Christian, John S. Dornin, Anthony E. Edmondson, John T. Fitzgerald, Wm. N. Fisher, G. W. Fitch, Charles. Green, George W. L. Hanks, Peter D. Isbell, David D. Jones, McK. W. Kinnear, George A. Loose, William. Morris, William A. Murphy, Albert E. Mundy, Zachary N. Marx, William. Morford, William P. Marshall, Hunter. Mauck, Peter D. McMaster, John. McAlister, Robt. C. North, Clayton. Poindexter, G. H. Pettyjohn, Charles. Pettyjohn, Jesse N. Padgett, Radford H. Quinlan, Edward. Ritchey, Harvie F. Read, John A. Boyd, James M. Boyd, Edward D. Brown, William R. Burford, William C. Burch, Thomas P. Bradley, James M. Cary John. Clopton, William A. Coffee, William W. Derr, Charles H. Edwards, John T. Farmer, Calvin. Furgerson, Stephen B. Fariss,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Warren Blues—Extra Billy's men: Roll of officers and men of a famous band of Veterans. (search)
died at Manassas in 1861. Holder, William, private, wounded and missing. Holder, Richard, private, captured at Seven Pines. Jett, Luther, private, wounded at the Wilderness (dead). Johnson, John J., private, captured at Belle Grove (living). Jones, William, private (dead). Leach, William, sergeant, killed at Cold Harbor. Loveless, Richard, private, wounded and captured at Sharpsburg (dead). Lewis, William O., private, wounded and captured at Hatcher's Run (living). Mauck, Wiliam F., private, wounded and disabled, Gettysburg (dead). Mills, Marcus, private, surrendered at Appomattox (dead). Mills, James W., private, missing. Mills, Alexander, private, missing. Mills, Charles, private, missing. Mills, Henry, private, wounded (living). Manks, Horace, private, killed at second Fredericksburg. Martin, William S., private (living). Martin, George S., corporal; the only man out of seventeen who came out safe at Cold Harbor, June 3, 1864 (liv
Ligon J L Lipscomb J T Landrom J D Lipscomb V T Littington Col T Lucas Robt G Lewis D Lawler P Lee C C Landrum C D Lotirzo M Lambert A Lazell A E Lincer G Lee, Johnson & Co. Mitchell J Mezelvoy J A Moore J H Morrisey J Michaels J C Marshall & Co. J Myers J H Mitchell Jno Jr Mulholland J Manning J Milbourn W Morris W Merrett H Mander H Moody G E Mortemer G Manning H Marion T Marshall S H Morton T S Murphy C Mantley D Mauck D T Morris E Moore mast F D Moffatt L Morris Col N D Maldown B R Miller A R Maddox A Miller A B Martin L R Mortimore L Mason S T Miles F A Moore E Morgan L Murphy P Malanory J McDonald Jas McGrager J F McGovern P McGurgan Pearce H Parham W S Perry W H Prnell Josiah L Pollard J S Peyton J B Pendleton Dr J S Powers Jeff Parker Jos H Pollard Jas B Panelton Jas F Pollard J S Pollard J W Paulding J H Pratt W T Petty Thos P
The Daily Dispatch: October 26, 1861., [Electronic resource], By the Governor of Virginia.--a Proclamation. (search)
th the greatest coolness and bravery, riding backwards and forwards on the top of the hill in plain view and in range of the enemy's fire, watching the movements of the enemy. Major Finter here seeing the first regiment on the right retreating, gave orders for the second regiment to fall back to the ground we first drove the enemy from, and in a few moments the Yankees came up the pike charging and yelling like so many devils. The second regiment here being joined by two companies (Captains Mauck and Taylor's) of the first retreating regiment, opened fire on the Yankees, and repulsed them with considerable loss, our regiment not losing a single man, and having only one slightly wounded. It is due here to say that the men of the first regiment are not to blame for retreating, as they had orders from their Col., who retreated with them. The enemy, by this time, having received reinforcements and cannon, commenced firing bombshells in our ranks, and our force being very much w