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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.11 (search)
Hanging of Mosby's men in 1864. [B. in Warrenton Virginian, February, 1896. After the defeat of General Early, at the battle of the Opequon. on September 19, 1864, his command fell back up the Valley. The brigade of cavalry under General Wickham occupied a strong position at Milford, twelve miles south of Front Royal, and Custer made repeated efforts to force him from the position, without effect. About this time it was reported to Captain Chapman, of Mosby's command, that a large wagon train was en route from Milford to Winchester, under the escort of a small body of men. He immediately made disposition for its capture at Front Royal. For this p parley with one man, and some of those in the rear, not understanding the situation, emptied their revolvers into the captain, killing him instantly. The most of Mosby's men succeeded in getting away, but some had their horses shot, and others were cut off. Among these were, Anderson, Love, Overby, Carter and Henry Rhodes, of the
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.39 (search)
a signal for action with the Union troops. The Black Horse was organized in 1859, just two years before the war broke out, and first figured at Harper's Ferry in the John Brown raid. Colonel John Scott, of Warrenton, Virginia, was its first captain, and gave the troop its name. Colonel Scott, who has retired from active life, was for many years a conspicuous figure in that section of the State as Commonwealth's Attorney, and is well known as the author of The Lost Principle, a Life of Mosby, and other literary works. Its next commander was the gallant Bob Randolph, of the distinguished family of that name, and who was afterwards promoted to Colonel. On the 18th of May, 1861, the following officers of the Black Horse were sworne in: William H. Payne, captain; Robert Randolph, C. H. Gordon, A. D. Payne, lieutenants; Willian Smith, James H. Childs, Robert Mitchell, Richard Lewis, sergeants; Willington Millon, Madison C. Tyler, George N. Shumate, N. A. Clopton, corporals; Willi
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Goochland Light Dragoons. (search)
Houchins, W. H. Jennings, Robert James, died in camp near Fairfax Courthouse, Fred. R. James, Thomas J. James, dead, Obediah Johnson, dead, Carter Johnson, Reverdy Johnson, George Logan, wounded at Cannon's Wharf and captured, Charles Lacy, W. F. Lewis, R. J. Saving, Hiter Loving, died 1862, John Laddin, killed near Lee Town, Mike McPhalin, John C. Miller, discharged 1862, Chastine Miller, killed at Williamsburg, Va., Joseph H. Malory, wounded at Five Forks and captured, William Morris, Samuel Mosby, Richard Messenger, Polk Nuckols, P. O. Nuckols, W. H. Parrish, B. F. Parrish, Napoleon B. Perkins, Morton Payne, William Pleasants, Alonzo Pleasants, John Pleasants, dead, John Palmore, John Quigley, dead, N. M. Ragland, dead, John C. Ragland, John W. Randolph,—— Ring, Marcellas Shelton, killed at Lee Town, Va., E. Newell Sims, dead; Thomas J. Sims, wounded at Wilderness,——Savage, Tomolin Price, R. A. Trice (Louisa Dick), William J. Trice, dead, Robert H. Trice,——Terrill, Ben Trice,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The laying of the corner-stone of the monument to President Jefferson Davis, (search)
Battle of, 330 Marshall, Colonel, James, killed, 186. Maple Leaf, Capture of the Federal Steamer, 165. Mayer, R. B., 59. Mayo, Colonel Robert M., 184. Mechanicsville, Battle of, 329. Meredith, Jaquelin Marshall, 187. Mexican War, The, 59. Miller, H. J., 171. Mine Run, Battle of, 101, 336. Minor, Lieutenant Robert D., 91. Mission Ridge, Battle of, 95. Monroe, General Thomas B., 58. Morgan, General, John, Famous Raid of, 194. Morgan, Colonel, Richard, 194. Mosby's Men, Hanging of, by General Custer, in 1864, 109. Morse, Captain, Edward, 225. Murfreesboro, Battle of, 67. Munford, General Thomas T., 132. Murrah, General, Pendleton, 43. Neimeyer, Colonel, Wm. F., killed, 101. Newmarket, Heroism of the V. M. I. Cadets at 302. North Anna, Battle of, 262, 266. North Carolina; Armory Guards, 6th Battalion, 231: 22d Infantry, History of the, 256; 28th Infantry, History of the, 324; University of, 1; Union sentiment in 1861, and the actio
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoir of Jane Claudia Johnson. (search)
J. S. Swift; dead. Oscar Shultice; dead. John M. Toler; dead. A. V. Taylor. H. T. Wight; dead. P. D. Woodson. James Walden. James Pleasants; dead. T. J. Perkins; dead. R. A. Trice. R. F. Vaughan. The following were the members and those who subsequently joined the company: Samuel R. Guy; recruit. Hancock Hamilton; recruit. Edward Haden; killed. Douglass Haden; killed. Julien Henderson; wounded. Tommie Herndon; dead. E. T. Hughes; recruit. Samuel Mosby; recruit. Branch Bell; recruit. James Argyle; transferred to. E. H. Argyle; transferred to. R. H. Trice; recruit. T. A. Curd; transferred from. William Morris; recruit. James Houchins; recruit. Thomas Houchins, recruit. John Baugh; substitute. B. S. Dandridge; substitute. Mat. G. Anderson; recruit. A. C. Brooking; recruit. R. L. Brooking; recruit. William Pleasants; substitute. John C. Ragland; recruit. John S. Garthright; transferred from.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.24 (search)
J. S. Swift; dead. Oscar Shultice; dead. John M. Toler; dead. A. V. Taylor. H. T. Wight; dead. P. D. Woodson. James Walden. James Pleasants; dead. T. J. Perkins; dead. R. A. Trice. R. F. Vaughan. The following were the members and those who subsequently joined the company: Samuel R. Guy; recruit. Hancock Hamilton; recruit. Edward Haden; killed. Douglass Haden; killed. Julien Henderson; wounded. Tommie Herndon; dead. E. T. Hughes; recruit. Samuel Mosby; recruit. Branch Bell; recruit. James Argyle; transferred to. E. H. Argyle; transferred to. R. H. Trice; recruit. T. A. Curd; transferred from. William Morris; recruit. James Houchins; recruit. Thomas Houchins, recruit. John Baugh; substitute. B. S. Dandridge; substitute. Mat. G. Anderson; recruit. A. C. Brooking; recruit. R. L. Brooking; recruit. William Pleasants; substitute. John C. Ragland; recruit. John S. Garthright; transferred from.