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J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Appendix: letters from our army workers. (search)
eligious development in the Thirty-fourth except that a great awakening had already manifested itself in two of the regiments (Twenty-sixth and Forty-sixth), whose camps were close by—that of the Forty-sixth within a few hundred yards; and the men of the Thirty-fourth had, many of them, been attending the services held, day and night, in those neighboring camps, and had become interested in them. The faithful and excellent chaplains of the Twenty-sixth and Forty-sixth, Brothers Wiatt and W. G. Miller, can give you a full history of the work in those regiments. But I may say that it was powerful, and, in the Twenty-sixth especially, enduring. I suppose that few, if any, regiments in all the Confederate armies were more thoroughly pervaded by the influence of religion during the middle and latter periods of the war, than the two just mentioned; and a good deal of the same state of things existed, at the same time, in the Thirty-fourth. The Fifty-ninth, which, with some artillery and
J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Roster of chaplains, army of Northern Virginia. (search)
d service, and I have been unable to obtain a list of their chaplains. B. R. Johnson's Division. Ransom's Brigade. Twenty-fourth North Carolina. T. B. Neil. Twenty-fifth North Carolina. Thirty-fifth North Carolina. Fifty-sixth North Carolina. Gracie's Brigade. Forty-first Alabama. Sixtieth Alabama. Fortieth Alabama. Wise's Brigade. Thirty-fourth Virginia. W. H. Robert. Twenty-sixth Virginia. W. E. Wiatt. Fifty-ninth Virginia. L. B. Wharton. Forty-sixth Virginia. W. Gaines Miller. Wallace's Brigade. Seventeenth South Carolina. A. A. Morse. Eighteenth South Carolina. A. A. James. Twenty-second South Carolina. E. D. Dill. Twenty-sixth South Carolina. J. L. Girardeau. Holcombe Legion. A. W. Moore. Artillery Corps (Colonel H. P. Jones). No list obtainable. Post-chaplains at Petersburg. Rev. Thomas Hume, Jr.; Rev. W. M. Young; Rev. J. B. Hardwicke; Rev. T. Hume, Sr.; Rev. L. C. Vass; and the pastors of the different churches, and a number of visitin
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), List of Virginia chaplains, Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
r's Brigade—Twelfth Regiment, S. V. Hoyle; Sixth Regiment, Sixteenth Regiment; Sixty-first Regiment, Hilary E. Hatcher; Forty-first Regiment, John H. Pugh. Artillery, Third Corps, General Walker—Pegram's Battalion, Rev. Mr. Rodman; Poague's Battalion, James Wheary. Fourth Corps. General R. H. Anderson. B. R. Johnson's Division, Wise's Brigade—Thirty-fourth Regiment, W. H. Robert; Twenty-sixth Regiment, W. E. Wiatt; Fifty-ninth Regiment, L. B. Wharton; Forty-sixth Regiment, W. Gaines Miller. Post chaplains at Petersburg—Rev. T. Hume, Jr., Rev. W. M. Young, Rev. J. B. Hardwicke, Rev. T. Hume, Sr., Rev. L. C. Vass and the pastors of the several churches and a number of visiting ministers, missionaries and colporteurs rendered invaluable service.. Post chaplains at Richmond—Those, so far as I can obtain the list, were Rev. Dr. James B. Taylor, Sr., Rev. Robert Ryland, D. D., Rev. William Harrison Williams, Rev. Dr. W. W. Bennett, Rev. J. E. Martin and Rev. J. T. Carp
s with the steamers at Deep Bottom and Turkey Island were eight companies of the 26th Va. regiment and one section each of Capt. Armistead's and Capt. French's light batteries, the whole under the command of Lt. Col. Couneil, of the 26th. All the forces belong to Wise's brigade, a command that has always done good service when the enemy gave it a chance to meet them. In the engagement at Turkey Island the monitor only fired one shot, and that after she had gotten nearly a mile down the river. This shell exploded among the artillery just as they were limbering up, wounding three members of French's battery--one of them private Gibson, of Giles C. H. severely. A revival of religion is now progressing in the 46th Va., under the ministration of Rev. W. Gaines Miller, the Chaplain, and also in other regiments of Wise's brigade. There have been over 50 professions of conversion in that regiment, 170 in the 26th Va., and a number in the 4th Va. heavy artillery, at Chaffin's Bluff.