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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.10 (search)
d to the end of the war. Hubbard, Thomas. Died in the hospital at Staunton early in the war. Huddleston, L. B. Wounded at Gettysburg; a good soldier, and served through the war. Huddleston, S. H. Lost his left leg in battle at Petersburg in 1865. Hurt, F. O. Holman, W. A. No better man belonged to the army; never wounded. Kidd, J. S. Served through the war. Murdock, J. T. Served through the war, and died since. Moore, Thomas A. A good soldier, and served through the war. Morton, John A. Discharged; over age. North, C. C. A good soldier; killed at battle Port Republic. North, Thomas. Wounded at battle Port Republic, and died in prison at Fort Delaware, 1864. Perkins, Henry. Killed in battle at the Wilderness. Phaup, John J. Discharged; over age. Phaup, W. R. Discharged; over age. Pollard, P. B. A gallant soldier; wounded at McDowell and killed at Chancellorsville. Pollard, John. Discharged June, 1861. Pollard, William. Discharged; over age. Perkins
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Historical sketch of the Rockbridge artillery, C. S. Army, by a member of the famous battery. (search)
ation, or Stephensburg,) till 3d November, when it marched seven miles, and was on picket duty at Rapidan station, and so remained till 7th of November, when it engaged the enemy and lost one man killed [Robert S. Bell]. The 8th, marched through Culpeper Courthouse twenty-one miles; 9th, five miles to Pisgah church; 10th, went seven miles on picket duty at Morton's ford; remained there in camp till 14th, when it returned to Pisgah church; remained there in camp till 18th, when it returned to Morton's; remained till 27th, when it marched twelve miles to Vidiersville; 28th, moved two miles and camped two days; December 1st, went into position at Mine run; 2d, marched toward Germanna ford and returned (sixteen miles); 3d, to Morton's ford, and thence to Pisgah church fifteen miles, and remained there in camp till 21st; that day and 22d, marched to Frederick Hall, thirty miles, where it is now, December 31, 1863. Notes. Arthur Robinson died December 23d, from wound received at Freder
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The South's Museum. (search)
dies have had assurances from the Confederates of Maryland, upon whom they rely, for gifts which will speedily make the Maryland room one of the most appealing and attractive in the building. In this room were Mrs. Charles Marshall, Baltimore, Md., Regent; Mrs. Charles O'B. Cowardin, nee Anne Moale, of Baltimore, Md., Vice-Regent; Mrs. Thomas H. Leary, Jr., alternate; Mrs. J. D. Patton, Mrs. H. Frazier, nee Nannie Turpin Maryland; Mrs. E. T. D. Myers, Jr., nee Grace Adams, Maryland; Mrs. Waller Morton, nee McIntosh, Maryland; Mrs. Alfred Gray, Mrs. B. Saunders Johnson, Maryland; Mrs. John Goode, nee Lelia Symington; Mrs. Bradley T. Johnson, Maryland; Mrs. Thomas Symington, nee Maude Randolph; Mrs. John K. Jones, nee Wilkinson, of Annapolis; Mrs. Innes Randolph, and Mrs. James Pleasants. Tennessee and Florida rooms. The rooms representing these States communicate. The ladies in the Tennessee room were: Mrs. Kellar Anderson, Regent of Tennessee; Mrs. Norman V. Randolph, Vice-R