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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Heroes of the old Camden District, South Carolina, 1776-1861. an Address to the Survivors of Fairfield county, delivered at Winnsboro, S. C., September 1,1888. (search)
icksburg and was succeeded by Colonel John L. Miller. Colonel Miller's first battle was Chancellorsville, which was followed by an incident worthy of note. The Twelfth, with but 340 guns, was put in charge of over 2,000 Federal prisoners and marched them safely through to Richmond without the loss of one of them. Then followed Gettysburg, in which the Twelfth lost 20 killed, 105 wounded, and 5 missing—among the killed was Lieutenant A. W. Prag, and in the wounded Captains J. A. Hinnant, J. M. Moody, Lieutenants J. R. Boyles, J. A. Watson, M. R. Sharp, A. W. Black, W. J. Stover and J. M. Jenkins. At Hagerstown and Falling Waters the regiment lost eighteen killed, wounded and missing. Then came the great campaign of 1864, and in its first battle, the Wilderness, the Twelfth had another gallant colonel killed, Colonel John L. Miller, and with him fell Lieutenants J. L. McKnight and J. A. Gavin. Lieutenant-Colonel E. F. Bookter and Lieutenants J. A. Watson and J. A. Beard were woun
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
Julius, 22. Mills, Hon. Roger Q., 34. Mims, Lt. A. J., 163. Mining before Petersburg, 411. Minor, Prof. J. B 58. Minor, Lt., 63. Minott, Gen J. C., 376. Missionary Ridge, Battle of, 351, 370. Mississippi Volunteers, 73. Mitchell's Ford, 94. Mobley's Meeting-house, 8. Moffitt, Lt. D. S., 389, 413. Moffett, Capt. G. H., 135, 188. Moloney, Capt. P. K., 119, 123, 181, 398. Montgomery, Jr., Lt. Henry, 116, 132, 161. Montgomery, Sergeant S., 191. Moodie, J. P., 104. Moody, Capt. J. M., 20 Moore, John, 9 Moore, Capt. W. S., 107. Moore, Col. John C, 299. Moreau, Gen., 341. Moorman, Capt., 88. Morgan, Col., 349. Morgan, Gen., Daniel, 12. Morgan, Gen. John H., 59; death of, 63. Morris Creek Bridge. N. C., 433. Morris, Gen., 87. Morris Island, 15, 26, 104, 151, 154; evacuated, 170. Mosby, Col. John S., 264. Morton, Capt. T. C., 47, 50. Moultrie, Fort, 12, 156. Mount Pleasant, 131. Mount Zion Schools, 12, 13. Mouton, Col., 302. Muller. Musician,