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J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Roster of chaplains, army of Northern Virginia. (search)
lina. W. B. Richardson. D. R. Johnson's Brigade. Fifth North Carolina. Twelfth North Carolina. Twentieth North Carolina. James M. Sprunt. Twenty-third North Carolina. Artillery Second Corps (Colonel Carter). Cutshaw's Battalion. Rev. Mr. Page. Nelson's Battalion. T. Walker Gilmer. Braxton's Battalion. Rev. Dr. A. B. Brown; James Nelson. Page's Battalion. Hardaway's Battalion. T. M. Niven; Henry M. White. Third Corps (General A. P. Hill). Missionary Chaplains: Rev. DPage's Battalion. Hardaway's Battalion. T. M. Niven; Henry M. White. Third Corps (General A. P. Hill). Missionary Chaplains: Rev. Dr. Geo. D. Armstrong; Rev. J. Wm. Jones. Fifth Alabama Battalion (Provost Guard). Heth's Division. McRae's Brigade. Eleventh North Carolina. Twenty-sixth North Carolina. A. N. Wells. Forty-fourth North Carolina. R. S. Webb. Forty-seventh North Carolina. W. S. Lacy. Heth's Division—Continued. Fifty-second North Carolina. Rev. Mr. Sanford; J. M. Cline. Cook's Brigade. Fifteenth North Carolina. S. W. Howerton. Twenty-seventh North Carolina. Forty-sixth North Carolina. A. D
J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Appendix no. 2: the work of grace in other armies of the Confederacy. (search)
cut off from most reliable information concerning the progress of the revival. The seeds of truth were sown by such faithful laborers as Rev. M. B. DeWitt, chaplain of the Eighth Tennessee, Rev. Mr. Weaver, of the Twenty-eighth Tennessee, Rev. Tilmon Page, of the Fifty-second Tennessee, and Rev. W. H. Browning, chaplain of General Marcus Wright's brigade. In other portions of the army, under the preaching of Rev. S. M. Cherry, Rev. Messrs. Petway, Taylor, Henderson, and scores of other devott Chickamauga. He is now pastor of the First Methodist Church in Chattanooga. Dr. John P. McFerrin has been a very successful pastor for more than twenty years. Presiding Elder A. S. Riggs administered the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper for Chaplain Page, of the Fifty-first Tennessee Regiment. What an impressive scene to witness so many stern soldiers weeping while commemorating the death of the great Captain of our salvation! May 25. The Christian Association of Thirty-seventh Georgia a