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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
. Peterkin, 1st Lt. and A. D. C. Robt. K. Jones, 1st Lt. Artillery and acting A. D. C. Kinloch Nelson, 1st Lt. and Ord. Offi. W. Gatewood, Chaplain and Aid to Brig.-Gen. R. L. Walker. A. L, Caroline Light Artillery. Wm. H. Perry, Caroline Light Artillery. Sergeant J. R. Powers, Nelson Light Artillery. Private J. G. Powers, Nelson Light Artillery. James Mahone, Nelson Light Nelson Light Artillery. James Mahone, Nelson Light Artillery. Sergeant S. M. Williams, Surry Light Artillery. Private J. C. Underwood, Surry Light Artillery. Jno. R. Berryman, Surry Light Artillery. J. J. Presson, Surry Light Artillery. Nelson Light Artillery. Sergeant S. M. Williams, Surry Light Artillery. Private J. C. Underwood, Surry Light Artillery. Jno. R. Berryman, Surry Light Artillery. J. J. Presson, Surry Light Artillery. Wm. J. Presson, Surry Light Artillery. R. M. J. Collier, Surry Light Artillery. T. H. Tynes, Surry Light Artillery. W. J. Edwards, Surry Light Artillery. L. M. Cox, Surry Light Artillery. Robt., Waller, Asa, Wolne, Wm., Wheeler, W. W., Ware, A. H., Williams, J. W., Nelson, J. W., Stone, P. S., Stokes, S. J., Stokes, R. T., Wenpyler, J. W., Witch, A. M.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
e, Lt. N. A., 145. Nash, Col. E. A., 246. Nash, Surg. H. M., 448. Naval Battalion, 455. Naval Brigade, 459. Neal, Lt. R. O., 449. Neblett's Artillery, 40. Neary, Capt. W. J., 246. Neal, Lt. S. B., 424. Neff, Lt. J. H., 4, 57. Nelson, Lt., Kinloch, 13. Nelson Light Artillery, 27. Nelson, Lt P. M., 84. Nelson, Lt. W. C., 326. Newbill, Lt., George, 145. Newman, Capt., Conway, 19o. Newman, Lt., Geo. S., 369. Newman, Capt. H. W., 286. Newman, Lt. R. M., 71. Newton, Surg. E.Nelson Light Artillery, 27. Nelson, Lt P. M., 84. Nelson, Lt. W. C., 326. Newbill, Lt., George, 145. Newman, Capt., Conway, 19o. Newman, Lt., Geo. S., 369. Newman, Capt. H. W., 286. Newman, Lt. R. M., 71. Newton, Surg. E. D., 2. Nichols, Ass't Surg. W. L., 16. Nicholson, Capt. J. M., 431. Nisbet, Capt. A. R., 393. Noble, Lt M. C., 161. Noel, Capt. W. H., 231. Nofsinger, Lt. L., 71. Norfolk Light Artillery, 31, 63, 458, 472. Norman, Capt. W. D., 403. Norment, Col. G. M., 383. Norris, Capt. Geo., 432. Norris, Capt. J. W., 161. Norris, Lt. W. E., 432. North Carolina Artillery, 1st Regiment, 6. North Carolina Artillery, 10th Regiment, 46. North Carolina Cavalry, 5th Regiment, 7. North Carolina
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.3 (search)
on and Butler were consulting in the street a shell killed the horse of Sergeant Wells, of the Charleston Light Dragoons. This gallant company had been so badly cut to pieces in Virginia that only fifteen or twenty men were left, and, while at Columbia, General Butler detailed these brave boys as his escort, and the first shell fired into Cheraw killed the horse just mentioned. Just before reaching Lynch's river we stopped at a house where a deserter lived. He told us that he belonged to Nelson's Battalion, Hagood's Brigade, and took us for Kilpatrick's men, opened his corn-crib, fed our horses, and assured us that he was with us, and would do what he could to crush the rebellion. I never can forget how this unfortunate man looked next morning when he found, to his utter disgust, that he had been entertaining gray coats. I take the following from a letter written by Colonel Zimmerman Davis: Among many similar brilliant exploits of our MajorGene-ral, M. C. Butler, was a morning
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)
ames S. Walker, John W. Walker. July 25th—Robert K. Compton. July 27th—C. N. B. Minor, Kinloch Nelson (transferred from the Albemarle Light Horse, which he had joined May 11, 1861,) and Phil Nel Henry Ford and Andrew J. Vest, discharged April 11, 1863, both being over military age. Kinloch Nelson, transferred to Sixth Virginia cavalry, February 27, 1863. William B. Beard, died March 4 *Montgomery, Benjamin T. Montgomery, William G. Morgan, George W. *Myers, John M. Nelson, Francis K. Nelson, Kinloch Nelson, Philip Nick, William Nicely, George H. NicelyNelson, Kinloch Nelson, Philip Nick, William Nicely, George H. Nicely, James W. Nicely, John F. O'Rourke, Frank Otey, William M. Packard, Joseph Packard, Walter J. Page, Richard C. M. Page, R. Powell Paine, Henry M. Paine, Henry R. Paine,Nelson, Philip Nick, William Nicely, George H. Nicely, James W. Nicely, John F. O'Rourke, Frank Otey, William M. Packard, Joseph Packard, Walter J. Page, Richard C. M. Page, R. Powell Paine, Henry M. Paine, Henry R. Paine, James A. Paxton, James L. Paxton, Samuel A. Paxton, Samuel W. Pendleton, Dudley S. Phillips, Charles S. Pleasants, Robert A. Poague, William T. *Pollard, James G., Jr. Port
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Joseph Jones, M. D., Ll.D. (search)
Martin, General J. G., gallantry of, 192; His brigade in 1863-1863, 189. Meade, General George G.; His temper, 247. Miller, Rev., John, Captain Artillery, 99. Minor, Captain R. D., C. S. Navy, 283. Mine Run, battle of, 48. Minutiae of Soldier's Life, 104, 265. Moncure, Judge E. C., 292. Moore. Colonel A. D., killed, 193. Moorehead City, N. C , assault of, 64. Mosby, Colonel John S., 238, 348. Munford, General Thomas T, 265. Murdaugh, Lieut. W. H., C. S. Navy, 283. Nelson and Page, in 1776 and 1861, 336. New Orleans, La.; Butler's Investment of, 182. News, Rockbridge county, cited, 202. North Carolina Infantry, the 11th organization and history of, 42; the 1st, or Bethel regiment, 42; the 49th, history of, 58. Observer, The, Charlotte, N. C., cited, 42, 58, 158, 266, 314. O'Ferrall, Gov., Chas. T., address, 361, Otey, Hon. Peter J., 337. Parham, Benj. M., 82. Parker, Captain John C., 88 Parker, Dr. W. W., Major of Artillery, 388. P
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Harper's Ferry and first Manassas. (search)
ia Regiment; now (1900),and for thirty years past, Principal of the Episcopal High School of Virginia. Randolph Fairfax, Randolph Fairfax, of Alexandria, Va., killed, as stated above, at Fredericksburg, Va., December 13th, 1862. Kinloch Kinloch Nelson, of Clarke county, Va., later Lieutenant and Ordnance Officer of Kemper's Brigade, Pickett's Division; Professor in the Episcopal Theological Seminary of Virginia; died a few years and Philip Philip Nelson, of Clarke county, Va., later Lied Chief of Ordnance of the Valley District; first Lieutenant, P. A. C. S., and Ordnance Officer of the Stonewall Brigade, and Acting Ordnance Officer of Jackson's Division; Captain in charge of General Reserve Ordnance Train, A. N. Va., and lastly Ordnance Officer of Rodes's (later Grimes's) Division, 2d Corps, A. N. Va.; now (1900) teaching in Baltimore, Md. This was one more than the number, but Kinloch Nelson was sick for some time and we took Lanty Blackford in his place. Notes. Zzz
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Official report of the history Committee of the Grand Camp C. V., Department of Virginia. (search)
e interests, geographical contiguity and future welfare of the two nations may render necessary. I can only state that although Mr. Seward refused to treat with the Commissioners directly, he did so, through the medium of Justices Campbell and Nelson, of the Supreme Court of the United States; that through these intermediaries the Commissioners were given to understand that Fort Sumter would be evacuated within a few days, and they were kept under that impression up to the 7th of April, 1861,ve known that nothing was further from the truth, and as events then transpiring conclusively showed. Judge Campbell wrote two letters to Mr. Seward, setting out all the details of the deception practiced on the Commissioners through him and Justice Nelson, and asked an explanation of his conduct. But no explanation was ever given, simply because there was none that could be given. And Mr. Seward's own memorandum, made by him at the time, shows that he was acting all through this matter with