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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 1. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 6.36 (search)
vates Chappell, Tobe Ward, Lester, Moore, Attaway and others are still spared as my faithful comrades and as true soldiers of the Confederacy. I am proud of them all, and regret much that I can do so little for their comfort. All are worthy of commissions, and some would fill high positions most worthily. Late in the afternoon of to-day we were relieved from picket and returned to camp, where I have written down these thoughts of the stirring incidents of this day two years ago. Captain Dan. Partridge is now our excellent brigade ordnance officer, and is ably assisted by Sergeant A. G. Howard, a disabled soldier. September 15th and 16th Many grape-vine telegraphic reports ar eafloat in camp. None worthy of credence; but those of a cheerful nature exert a good influence over the tired soldiers. September 17th Rodes' and Gordon's divisions, with Braxton's artillery, marched to Bunker Hill. September 18th Gordon's division, with Lomax's cavalry, moved on to Martins
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
t, Private Ficklin's Battery, Huger's Battalion Artillery, Clerk. J. F. Lumsden, Private Co. E, 4th Va. Cavalry, Clerk. Jno.. M. Dunlop, Citizen, Clerk. [5] G. Peyton, Maj. and A. A. General Grimes's Div. Battle's Brigade. Edwin L. Hobson, Col. 5th Ala. Regiment Infantry, Commanding Battle's Brigade. George H. Dunlap, Jr., 1st Lt. Co. K, 3d Ala. Regiment Infantry, and A. A. A. G. John F. Goodwin, 2d Lt. 2d Va. Regiment Local Defence Troops, and A. A. D. C. Daniel Partridge, Jr., 1st Lt. Co. B, 3d Ala. Regiment, and Act'g Ordnance Officer. Cornelius Robinson, Jr., Capt. Co. H, 3d Ala. Regiment of Infantry, Commanding Regiment. Arthur F. Robbins, Capt. Co. B, 3d Regiment Ala. Infantry. Benj F. K. Melton, Capt. Co. I, 3d Ala. Infantry. John T. Higgins, Capt. Co. E, 3d Ala. Infantry. Thomas L. Johnson, 1st Lt. Co. D, 3d Ala. Regiment Infantry. Edward T. Toomer, 2d Lt. Co. B, 3d Ala. Regiment Infantry. William R. Hardy, Ass't Surg. 3d Ala. Regime
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
XVI. Parker, Capt., Geo. T., 204. Parker, Lt. John G., 275. Parker, Lt. J. H., 14. Parker, Capt. John T., 368. Parker, Ass't Surg. R. H , 263. Parker, Jr., Cadet S. H., 52. Parker, Capt., Thomas, 295. Parker, Maj. W. W., 13, 49; Battery of, 44, 457. Parks, Capt., Barry, 275. Parks, Lt. J. H., 145. Parmalee, Maj. C H., 170. Paroles, Forms of, I, 472 Parramore, Surg. H J., 170. Parrish, Surg., James, 10. Parrott, Lt. R E., 431. Parson, Lt. J. G., 313. Partridge, Jr. Lt. Daniel, 238. Patrick, Capt G. A., 122. Patridge, Maj. J. M., 326 Patterson's Battery, 44. Patterson, Lt. D. W., 384. Patterson, Lt. H. H., 253. Patterson, Lt H. T., 334. Patterson, Lt. J. M., 95. Patterson, Capt. J. R., 303. Patterson, Surg. J. W., 177 Patterson, Lt. W. W., 122. Pattison, Capt H. A., 2. Patton, Lt. Hugh F., 275. Patton, Eng. J. H., 449. Patton, Col. John M., 185. Payne, Maj W. M., 189. Payne, Lt. W. P.. 16. Paxton, Capt. L. W., 190, 195. Pe