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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.16 (search)
therefore, changed the old 13th into the 23rd. Under the ordinance referred to, ten companies from the following counties, viz: one from each, Richmond, Anson, Montgomery, Mecklenburg, Lincoln, Gaston, Catawba and three from Granville, were entered in the official records of the adjutant-general at Raleigh, as the 13th Regiment V to by Robert D. Johnston, of Lincoln, commissioned May, 1862, who was promoted to a brigadier generalship in July, 1863. That of major by Ed. J. Christian, of Montgomery, May, 1862, and by Charles C. Blacknall, May, 1862—more than a year before he became colonel of the regiment. The office of adjutant, subsequent to original ording chiefs were as follows: Company A-Captain William F. Marllee, Anson. Company B—Captain George W. Seagle, Lincoln. Company C—Captain C. J. Cochran, Montgomery. Company D—Captain Louis H. Webb, Richmond. Company E—Captain James H. Horner, Granville. Company F—Captain M. F. McCorkle, Catawba. Company G
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.38 (search)
he committee of fifteen, which drafted this ordinance, said Mr. Semmes. And somewhere carefully put away, added Mrs. Semmes, I have still the pen with which you signed that ordinance. In September, 1861, I was called by President Davis to Montgomery, to consult with him as Attorney General of our State, as to the suspension of specie payment by the banks. The first loan ever made to the Confederacy, as testified by Mr. Memminger in a letter to the Confederate Congress, was by Mr. Knox, fae congressmen. Mr. Semmes had sent Mrs. Semmes in a box-car, by the Richmond and Danville road, towards Montgomery. A week later he joined her in Georgia, and in Augusta heard of Lee's surrender. Thence the way was made by wagon and stage to Montgomery. Reaching here Mrs. Semmes heard that her husband would be pursued and she determined to save him. She drove to a farm-house, some miles distant from Montgomery, and asked the farmer to give her husband shelter. All this was without Mr. Semme
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.39 (search)
his health Lieutenant Thomas B. Long resigned in July, 1862. He was a most accomplished officer; brave, competent and true, he was respected by all. Company F.—Captains-David B. DeBerry, John C. Gaines. First Lieutenants-John C. Gaines, John C. Montgomery. Second Lieutenants-John C. Montgomery, Alexander M. Russell, Geo. W. Montgomery. Enlisted men, 127. Company G.—Captain-Robert Bingham. First Lieutenant—S. H. Workman. Second Lieutenants-George S. Cobb, James W. Compton, Fred. John C. Montgomery, Alexander M. Russell, Geo. W. Montgomery. Enlisted men, 127. Company G.—Captain-Robert Bingham. First Lieutenant—S. H. Workman. Second Lieutenants-George S. Cobb, James W. Compton, Fred. N. Dick, Thomas H. Norwood. Enlisted men, 129. Company H.—Captains-William D. Moffitt, James T. Townsend, R. W. Singletary. First Lieutenants-James T. Townsend, William H. Carter, Thomas H. Norwood. Second Lieutenants-Daniel L. McMillan, R. W. Singletary, Moses Haywood, E. A. Moffitt, R. W. Dupree. Enlisted men, 141. Company I.—Captains-Downing H. Smith, John R. Roach. First Lieutenants—J. J. Bland, John R. Roach. Second Lieutenants—John R. Roach, John A. Jackson,