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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 9 1 Browse Search
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r efforts, or our steps more dragging and painful. The column marched in the following order: First, the advance guard one hundred and fifty strong, composed of detachments from companies of the Fifth Ohio, all under command of Captain Symmes of Company C--Rovers. This guard, after we passed the outposts, was flanked by skirmishers, who scoured the hills on both sides of the road. Then came the Ringgold Cavalry, Captain Keyes, about seventy strong; then the Fifth Ohio, led by Lieutenant-Colonel Patrick, six hundred strong ; then the Fourth Ohio, Colonel Mason, Daum's Pennsylvania Battery, two pieces of Clark's Reg. Battery, the Eighth Ohio, Fourteenth Indiana, Seventh Ohio, and First Virginia, the whole force under command of Colonel Dunning of the Fifth Ohio. I had to make my way from the Indiana boys to the Fifth. Being obliged, of course, to use greater speed than the rest, and exerting to the utmost my pedestrian powers, I reached my company before it had passed the pickets
17,Private Ephraim Kester, slightly. Co. E. 18,Private John Delong, slightly. 19,George W. Eyestone, slightly. 20,Oscar F. Whitney, slightly. Co. F. 21,Corporal George W. Lowley, severely. 22,Private Iredell R. Allgood, slightly. 23,Private David C. Baker, slightly. Co. G. 24,Corporal James Martin, slightly. 25,Private Simson Leslie, slightly. 26,Private John C. Adkins, slightly. 27,Private Jordan E. Rich, slightly. Co. H. 28,Private Henry Coleman, slightly. Co. I. 29,Private John Patrick, slightly. Total--four killed, twenty-nine wounded. Respectfully, G. F. McGinnis, Col. Eleventh Regt. Indiana. Dan. Macauley, Adjutant. Colonel Wood's report. headquarters Twelfth Iowa regiment, Fort Donelson, February 18, 1862. Thomas J. Neushon, A. A. General: sir: In obedience to General Order No. 2, Headquarters Second Division Army in the Field, Brigadier-General Smith Commanding, I have the honor to make the following report of the operations of the Twelfth
. Tyler deserves the highest commendations for the gallant manner in which he led his brigade during the conflict, and the gallant Carroll, Harrow, Foster, Lewis, Patrick, Thoburne, Sawyer, Buckley, Cheek, and Creighton, deserve well of their country. Col. Sullivan, Candy's brigade, on the left, was not attacked in force. His bat Eighth Pennsylvania, Col. Murray; Thirteenth Indiana, Lieut.-Col. Foster, and still later by the Sixty-seventh Ohio, Lieut.-Col. Votis, and the Fifth Ohio, Lieut.-Col. Patrick, routing the enemy just as twilight was fading into night, leaving his dead and wounded on the field. We took from him one six and one twelve-pounder gun, ive a good account of themselves. When they reach their destination Augusta will have in the field three regiments, besides Imboden's and Walter's batteries, and Patrick's and Sterrett's companies of cavalry. All the troops engaged in the battle near Winchester were, I believe, from Virginia, except a company or two from Maryla
ower end of Warwick county, a gentleman about fifty-five years of age, of the highest respectability, and universally esteemed by his neighbors. His residence was invaded by a lot of Yankee officers and men, who introduced themselves by a brutal proposition to Capt. H's two daughters, both young and beautiful ladies. While endeavoring to accomplish their designs by force, the indignant father shot one of the demons dead, and had taken aim at another, when he was instantly killed. Mr. John Patrick, who resided near Warwick Court-House, was killed last week by a party of the invaders, while endeavoring to save an only and beloved daughter from a fate worse than death. Deceased was a pious and consistent member of the Baptist Church, and we understand had for a long time filled the post of deacon. He was nearly 60 years of age. Mr. Edward Harwood, who also resided in the vicinity of Warwick Court-House, was brutally murdered a few days since, white defending his daughter's h