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The Daily Dispatch: June 10, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
ate W. H. Drew, W. H. Gardner, Monroe Finger, J. C. Sigman, Private Noah Whitaker, A. M. Payne, T. J. Downs, W. I. Redfern, W. A. Turnington, Jos. O. Byram. Co. H. Sergeant S. T. Cooper, Corporal James Barrett, Private W. T. Griffin, A. O. Braswell. Co. I. Corporal W. G. Eubanks, Private Henry Linden, James Burk, A. Eubanks, Private G. W. Ferrill, J. K. Pool, D. Campbell. Co. K. Sergeant J. W. Wheeliss, Corporal W. H. Newby, Private John A. Macon, Thomas Montgomery, M. M. Featherston, Private J. E. Warford, G. W. Ramsdale, W. W. Bost, W. M. Bolton, M. M. Long. [110] Forty-third North Carolina Regiment. Field and Staff. William R. Kenan, Sergeant-Major Jos. J. Egerton, Ordnance Sergeant, and Act'g Adjutant, Samuel R. Johnston, A. Q. M. Sergeant. Co. A. 1st Sergeant Benjamin F. Hall, 2d Sergeant F. A. Simmons, Private Wm. N. Brinson, William Blalock, Jas. D. Brown, Alex. Chambers, Thos. E. Davis, L. G. Grady,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.55 (search)
olden, Samuel M. Holden, Calvin M. Harper, Thomas Holden, Thomas C. Johnston, W. J. Johnston, J. Montgomery Johnston, Frank Jordan, John J. Jordan, Jeremiah Kelly, Joseph Kelly, Isaac Caruthers Lackey, James T. Lackey, N. H. Lackey, D. E. Laird, John Ewig Laird, Henry Ruffner Laird, Samuel McKee Laird, Abe Lavelle, Robert Sharp Leake, A. C. Lam, Alfred Leyburn, Jacob Lincoln, Philander Mackey. A. J. Martin, W. P. Martin, W. H. Marks, Samuel R. Moore, Harry E. Moore, Richard L. Moore, Thomas Montgomery, John Montgomery, A. S. Montgomery, J. G. Montgomery, Henry H. Myers, John D. Myers, R. Culton Morrison, Robert H. Morrison, Henry Ruffner Morrison, George Martin, J. McD. McClung, W. H. McFaddin, H. C. McFaddin, Dennis Mc-Gravy, Thomas McGovern, James M. McNutt, W. P. McCorkle, W. T. Meade, Jacqueline S. Morgan, Benjamin Miller, R. McD. McCown, John H. McClintic, Hezekiah Nicely, John McK. Parry, John A. Patton, James E. Poague, James W. Poague, Oliver B. Powers, Charles Pulse, Jaco
John P. Lyon Privates Wm. Bowlas, Josiah Bowsman, W. P. Claiborne, J. E. Harrison, Josiah W. Tegi, L. E. Inge, J. A. Maiden, J. A. Larure--10 Missing: None. Company C.--Killed: Private E. C. Vaughn--1. Wounded: Lt. G. W. Welker, Serg't B. Hale and O. C. Shockley; Privates O. Anderson J. R. Curd, L. S. Dawson, A. W. Dehaven, W. H. Kenny, Walter McGee, P. M. Gee, L. A. Rigney, W. L. Semones, Wm. Shockley, P. R. Luman, Jacob Taylor, A. W. Whalen--18. Missing: A. D. King, H. Porter, Thomas Montgomery, A. P. William:--1. Company D.--Killed: 1st Lt. G. W. Z dgler, Serg't Geo W. Finney, Private H. C. Wa. Ker--3. Wounded: Corp'l G. R. Rodges, Privates J. W. Martin, Josiah Jerrold, H. C. Belcher, M. Hutis, C. P. Belcher, W. J. Belcher, McCivan White, S. A Cundeff. G. S. Marthews--10 Missing: None. Company E.--Killed: None. Wounded: Privates W. R. Lifton, Wm. Clarke, James R. Hudson --3. Missing: Samuel Smith, Job R. Hawley--2. Company E.--Killed: Privates J. T. Hutchi
$100 Reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, living in Hayneville, Ala., on of about the 17th of March last, Ebn, a likely mulatto boy, aged about 21 years; about five and a half feet high; weighs about 140 pounds; has a fine set of teeth; a smiling, pleasant countenance, and is prompt in reply when addressed. It is known that he was in Montgomery, Ala., on 1st April, and it is believed that he was seen in Richmond, Va., about the 24th April, dressed in uniform, with a sword suspended by his side. He was raised in the neighborhood of Knoxville, Tenn., and was brought from Knoxville to Montgomery. The above reward will be paid for his lodgment in jail, and information furnished, so that I will get him. P. S.--He is a pretty fair carriage smith and a tolerable bricklayer, and it is believed he has changed his name. William D. Sherman, Hayneville, Lowndes co., Ala., May 19, 1862. my 27--12t*