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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), War Diary of Capt. Robert Emory Park, Twelfth Alabama Regiment. January 28th, 1863January 27th, 1864. (search)
proclaimed by President Davis. I fasted until afternoon. August 22. Our new chaplain, Rev. H. D. Moore, of South Carolina, came. Heard of resignation of Captain Thomas, of Co. B, and death of CGeneral B. Graves came in search of his son. A Regimental Christian Association was formed, Rev. H. D. Moore, president, Colonel Pickens, vice-president, Sergeant R. H. Stafford, secretary and treasurGraves, of Tuskegee, and Captain J. J. Hutchinson made short speeches August 30. Sunday, Chaplain Moore preached. Afterwards Dr. Adams and I rode to Montpelier, once the residence of James Madisoid playing of cards for pastime or amusement. New officers for next two months, President, Rev. H. D. Moore, Vice-President, Captain J. J. Nicholson, of company I, Secretary, Wat. P. Zachry, of compatantly all work ceased on the unfinished fine cabins. It is a hardship. Nov. 1. Sunday. Chaplain Moore preached two able sermons. Subject of one at night was Repentance, and he explained that co
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.11 (search)
arged them in the rear. King then caused his men to mount, without bits in their horses' mouths, and charged the enemy and drove them back. Happy am I at the recollection of having been associated in those days with such men as the gallant McEldery, who fell, with many others, at Varnell Station, near Dalton, in as gallant a charge as was ever made in war. There was Knox Miller, Charley Pollard, Tim Jones, Tom Hannon, David T. Blakey, Warren Reese, Barron, Crommelin, Anderson, Chambliss, Moore, John Clisby, George Allen, Clay Reynolds, Powell, King, Bob Snodgrass, Ed. Ledyard, Pete Mastin, John Leigh, Jim Judkins, and hundreds of others whom I remember with pleasure who risked their lives on many bloody fields, and showed to the world what only a Confederate cavalryman could do; and there are hundreds of our comrades whose life blood has made sacred the soil of the South by reason of their having sacrificed their lives in defence of the cause which they believed to be just. Wh
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
s, Officers in 1862, 6. Maryland and Penn., Advance into, 4, 120. Mallory, Hon S. F., 215. McNeely, Capt., wounded, 7. Maury, Gen. D. H., 284. Maxwell, Ll.D. Wm., 258. Mebane, Cummings, 134 Mercer, John, 348. Milford Station, Battle of, 110; Importance of, 115 Miller, Polk, tradacteur, 262. Mine Run, Battle of, 25. Montgomery, Ala., Monument to Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Unveiled at, 181; its history, 230. Moore. J. B., 306. Moore, J. Scott, 323. Moore, Chaplain H. D., 16. Moore, Gen P. T., 242. Moore, Rev. W. A., 5. Morris, Gouverneur on the U. S. Constitution, 46. Murfreesboro, Battle of, 222. Muscoe, Capt., Salvator, 348 Navy, The Confederate, 215; Defence of, 216. New Hope Church, Battle of, 222. News Association of the U. S.; Beginning of the, 101. Nicholson, Capt.: Married, 16. North Carolina; Gallantry of her Troops; her Dead, 133. Northwestern Territory-Influence of in forming the Union, 54. Norton, Maj., Geo.