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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Twelfth Alabama Infantry, Confederate States Army. (search)
ttox, and of the 321 recruits received, about 70 were there. Nearly 250 died of wounds received in battle, about 200 died of disease, and 202 were discharged. The battle-flag of the Regiment is now in Mobile. Field and staff. Colonel Robert T. Jones, of Perry, kiled at Seven Pines. Colonel B. B. Gayle, of Morgan, promoted from Captain; killed Boonsboro. Colonel Samuel B. Pickens, of South Carolina, promoted from Adjutant; wounded at Spotsylvania and Winchester. Lieutenant Colonel Theodora O'Hara, of Kentucky, the author of the world renowned lyric, The Bivouac of the Dead, and that almost as famous, The Pioneer. Buried in Frankfort, Ky. Lieutenant Colonel J. C. Goodgame of Coosa Co. Major E. D. Tracy, of Madison; transferred. Promoted Brigadier General. Killed at Grand Gulf, Miss. Brother of Major Philip Tracy of the 6th Georgia, who was killed at Gettysburg. Was a college classmate of Major John W. Park of Greenville, Georgia, brother of Capt. R. E. Park.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
progress of, 162 Montague, Gov. A. J., 297 Moore, D. D., Rev. H. D 234 Moore, Surg. General S. P., 161 Morris Island Officers under fire on, and their privations, 57, 62 Morrison, Colonel E. M., 97 Music in Camp, 291 Navy, C. S., achievements of, 1 Newton, N. C., members of bar of, 65 Nicholson, Captain J. J., daring of 290 Niemeyer Lt. John C., and Colonel W. F., killed, 133 Norfolk Light Artillery Blues, 304 North Carolina claims for her soldiers, 65 O'Hara, Colonel Theodore, 197 Old, Captain W. W., 16 Orendorf, red cap color bearer killed, 59 Owens, Colonel John C., killed, 132 Paine, Edward Courtenay, 194 Park, Dr. J. F. 195 Park, Captain R. E., 193; captured, 279 Parker's Boy Battery, 163 Pascoe, W. H., 96 Patton, Colonel G. W., killed, 284 Pegram's Brigade, glories of, 61 Peters U. C. V., Colonel Winfield, 26 Petersburg Military Park, 352 Porcher, Francis Peyre, 161 Port Hudson, strategic value of, 83