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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The monument. (search)
The monument. History of the movement that resulted in its erection. The articles of incorporation of the Monument Committee or Association, were filed on Tuesday, Sept. 30, 1885, the incorporators being E. A. O'Neal, W. S. Reese, W. L. Bragg, Josiah Morris, William B. Jones, W. W. Screws, William W. Allen, Jacob Griel, John W. A. Sanford, H. A. Herbert, J. B. Gaston, Thomas G. Jones, H. C. Tompkins, J. H. Higgins and D. S. Rice. W. S. Reese was elected chairman and T. J. Rutledge secretary of the board of incorporators. It was under the auspices of this organization that Mr. Davis came to Montgomery in April, 1886, and laid the corner stone of the present noble and everlasting monument to the Confederate soldiers of Alabama. The men who started the work of building the monument, and all who aided them, have cause to feel grateful for the glorious result. It took only a short while to develop the fact that no matter how earnest or industrious they might be, they wou
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
. 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. F., 111. Old Market Mission, Richmond, The, 260. O'Neal, Gen. E.
ress Monroe we copy from the Baltimore Sun, of the 25th: The steamer Georgianna, Capt. Pearson, arrived yesterday morning shortly after six o'clock. She brought up a number of passengers, but no news that was disclosed.--Among the passengers were the Hon. Joseph Segar, just elected a member of Congress from the Hampton district in Virginia, and Gen. Van-Vleit. Four deserters from the Confederate army, (Gen. Magruder's command,) also came up. Their names are Van Lork Townsend, Josiah Morris, William Wilson, and Mark Trafton Barker, all of whom are natives of the North, but for several years have followed the seasoning business for a livelihood. In the spring of 1854 they shipped on board the topsail schooner Stag, of which James D, Townsend was Captain and Danish Townsend mate, one a father and the other a brother of the above. They started for Cedar Keys, Florida coast, for the purpose of loading with timber, but upon reaching there, on the 25th of May, were seized by th