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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 4 0 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 10. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
John Dimitry , A. M., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 10.1, Louisiana (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 1 1 Browse Search
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d — Commanding officers, two; enlisted men, twenty-one. Co. I, First Lieut. L. T. Patchin, Commanding. Killed--Corporal J. K. Snyder, private E. Troutman. Wounded--Lieut. L. T. Patchin, severely; private Andrew Conchain, severely; private Chas. Dougherty, slightly. Total killed, two; wounded, three. Number engaged, commanding officers, two; enlisted men, thirty-six. Co. K, Capt. James Horner, Commanding. Wounded--First Sergeant, Acting Lieut. H. P. Wolcott, severely; Sergeant John Orr, mortally, since died; Sergeant L. O. Smith, severely; privates A. J. Winters, severely; John Thompson, severely; Daniel Regan, slightly; Charles McEchran, slightly; J. P. Button, slightly. Total wounded, eight. Number engaged, commanding officers, one; enlisted men, twenty-three. Total commanders killed, one; total do. wounded, two; total enlisted killed, thirteen; total enlisted wounded, one hundred and two; total enlisted missing, six. Total engaged, commanding officers, ninet
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 10. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Ewell's report of the Pennsylvania campaign. (search)
e highest commendation. At Winchester the Maryland battalion was attached to General Steuart's brigade; and the Baltimore Light Artillery to Colonel Brown's battalion, with which they served with their usual gallantry throughout the campaign. At Gettysburg, July 1st, I was much pleased with the conduct of Captain Carter's battery, which came under my immediate observation. I beg leave to call attention to the gallantry of the following men and officers:-- At Winchester. Lieutenant John Orr, Adjutant Sixth Louisiana, was the first man to mount the enemy's breastworks on the 14th, receiving in the act a bayonet wound in the side. General Early recommends him for captain of cavalry, he being desirous of entering that branch of the service, for which he is so eminently qualified. Lieutenant C. S. Contee's section of Dement's battery was placed in short musket-range of the enemy on the 15th June, and maintained its position till thirteen of the sixteen men in the two det
of Winchester, had the Louisiana Guard artillery with him. Here Capt. C. Thompson, of the Louisiana Guards, fell mortally wounded, his death saddening the glorious victory. With D'Aquin nobly dead at Fredericksburg and Thompson slain at Winchester it was evident that the officers of the famous battery did not hide behind its caisson wheels. Hays reports his brigade loss for the two days at 14 killed and 78 wounded. Lieutenant Terry, Seventh, and Captain Dejean, Eighth, were killed. Lieut. John Orr, adjutant of the Sixth, was the first to mount the parapet. The adjutant did not regret the bayonet thrust which he received on this occasion. That night, while Hays' brigade was expecting another assault on the coming day, and the Guard was training its guns upon the main fort of Milroy, the enemy decamped. But Ewell had arranged for such a sequel. Nicholls' brigade, which had been skirmishing with the Federal line during the 13th and 14th, was sent with Steuart's brigade to the no
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
ergeant T. R. Nisbet, Corporal B. W. Lindsay, J. J. Beach, Private J. G. Barton, J. A. Beach, C. J. Bell, J. D. Cauthen, J. W. Clark, P. T. Ehney, Jas. Funderburke, Jos. Funderburke, H. J. Gladden, Private J. J. Hagins, W. T. Ivey, W. K. Mahaffey, J. N. McCain, J. A. Moore, N. Robinson, W. Robinson, C. A. Slagle, W. T. Slagle, W. T. Scott, J. W. Stansfield. Co. B. Sergeant J. H. Ashford, F. N. Ross, W. S. Westbrooks, Corporal A. P. Black, J. A. M. L. Stewart, J. Orr, Private J. B. Gladden, J. N. Jackson, J. A. Jackson, S. N. Jackson, J. S. McKenzie, R. H. McCully, Private L. A. Beckham, A. A. Barnett, B. G. Brown, J. C. Brown, M. D. Boan, John Childers, Robt. Doster, W. H. Elkins, J. S. Fewell, Private T. P. Mitchell, J. C. Patrick, W. D. Rogers, J. W. Pierce, J. A. Stewart, John Ross, Thos. Sweat, R. S. Wylie. Co. C. Sergeant L. A. Goudelock, D. W. Tate, Corporal J. A. Littlejohn, N. R. Littlejohn, Private J. C. Capp
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Semmes' Georgia Brigade. (search)
Sergeant A. M. Holcomb, R. M. Robertson, Corporal J. W. Ball, Private J. T. Austen, L. J. Cash, D. A. Chesnut, W. L. Chambler, Private J. E. Elliott, W. J. Johnston, teamster, Music'n W. J. Jenkins, J. B. Harman, R. D. Lord, N. R. Miller. Co. B. Sergeant J. R. Noel, Corporal H. J. Gibbs, Private H. C. Emerson, A. Landrum, J. W. McDaniel, J. C. McMakin, Music'n W. J. McMakin, Private R. P. Reese, J. A. Simms, J. M. Turner, J. W. Tillottson, J. J. Tillottson, John Orr, teamster. Co. C. Corporal E. A. Odom, Private P. Curl, B. Faircloth, E. G. Higdon, Private H. M. Moxley, B. Murray, J. H. Steel, A. R. Woods. Co. D. Sergeant J. F. Coggins, F. A. Dickerson, Private C. A. Mayson, S.. W. Cochran, J. T. Grogan, W. D. Grogan, A. H. Hicks, M. H. Newsome, L. N. Verdin, W. Verdin, teamster. Co. E. Com. Sergeant A. C. Daniel, Sergeant W. T. Burt, J. M. Hawkins, W. B. Jackson, Corporal W. S. Jackson, Private W. H. Burt, Pri
banks of the Rapidan, for want of shoes, moved forward to the music of our cannon, which were still playing upon the works of the enemy. So fierce and well directed did our iron missiles of death rain around them that no Yankee dared show his head above the parapet. When our men got within two hundred yards of the enemy's works and being still unperceived, suddenly our artillery ceased. And now Hays's men charge over an abattis, capturing the work and taking six pieces of artillery. Lieut. John Orr, of the 6th Louisiana regiment, being the first to enter the enemy's works, fell wounded in the thigh by a Yankee bayonet. The enemy vainly attempted, under cover of the guns of their main fort, to form in the bottom between the two hills and retake the works, but Hays's men manned and turned the enemy's own guns upon them. A few well directed shots quickly broke them in confusion, and they retreated to the inner fort. Just after dark heavy volleys were heard proceeding from the fort