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The Daily Dispatch: July 1, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: April 6, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 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)
ff. Sergeant-Major Wm. J. Freeman, Hospital Steward O. S. Wynne. Ord. Sergeant Wm. H. Reese, Co. A. Private D. B. Dees, J. W. Derrick, J. C. Doolen, Private M. Hubbard, M. T. Turner. Co. B. 3d Sergeant N. H. Leveritt, Corporal H. N. Allen, Private J. Barr, Thomas Cole, Thomas Huil, Private G. W. Huff, G. A. D. Letson, G. C. Tucker, Wm. B. Waits. Co. C. 1st Sergeant Lewis Lester, Private G. W. Autry, W. L. Biggs, L. C. Cooper, Private W. E. Elder, Wm. Montgomery, Wm. Pullnot. Co. D. Private W. L. Friddle, M. Graham, Private D. White, W. H. Kimble. Co. E. 1st Sergeant H. H. Gibson, 2d Sergeant W. A. Norris, Private J. M. Allison, C. J. Barrett, Mus'n H. S. Leach, Private Jas. J. Aiken, Private W. S. Lewis, J. K. P. Little. Co. F. 1st Sergeant C. H. Dreschell, 4th Sergeant T. J. Barnam, Corporal Thos. Moore, Private W. M. Cox, C. J. Moonyham, Private C. D. Morton, Marion Spivey, L. J. B. Stanford, Geo. W. Wa
A Marriage on horseback. --A few weeks ago, William Montgomery and Louise Long eloped together and were married at Red Bluff, the ceremony being performed while they remained on horseback, prepared for the emergency of an alert parent. The citizens gave them a hearty welcome, and escorted them with tinkling cymbals and sounding brass further on their way to bliss, via San Francisco.-- Louisville Journal.
nd L yan Smith. Wounded: Corporal J Quinn, Privates P Connell, E Poteet, P Dromey, P Bodkin, J Coswell, B Green, John Green, John Jacobs, Thomas Ready. Thos McDonald. Missing: Private W Hogan. Company C.--Killed: Privates J A J Sloan, Wm. Montgomery, N C Graham M M Rodgers. Wounded: Sergeant H V Whitehead, privates J. Brunan, G R Bailey, Color Corporal R H Coleman, privates C F Davis, N M Garnett, B C Harrison, J F Windham, A J Watkins. Missing: Privates T J Ralle, M D Allen, T H Hawkith N C; J H Russell, 12th N C; J O C Burlow, 26th N C; W M Carter, 38th N C; J P Bradshaw, 13th N C; M Rush, 34th N C; Wm Kennedy, Moody's Lousiana Battery; Chas Mauz, 4th Texas; R L Hunter, 19th Ga; Ro Haines, 19th Ga; A W Green, 12th N C; R C Montgomery, do; Wm B Powell, do; J T Rice, do; N C Tunstall, do; Wm B Powell, do; J T Rice, do; N C Tunstall, do; R F Carter, 20th N C; C F Kingsberry, 12th N C; J E Ducke, do; J D Pain, do; Henry Pitts, 12th do; R C Hamlett, do; W E Werner, 4th S C; J Wa