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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 8 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 4 2 Browse Search
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the Thirteenth Massachusetts left. They were unarmed when they came, and the last arms had just been given them when the order to march was given. I omitted to mention that Lieutenant Stewart, with forty men, was sent from Hancock, from Captain Patterson's company of Cavalry, First Virginia regiment, on Saturday morning, to Bath. It was this part of a company which bore the several messages. Colonel Murray, with the Eighty-fourth Pennsylvania, hastened over the river to the rescue of thopposite was heralded by the firing of two shells at the Protestant Episcopal Church, which was at the time occupied by a small worshiping congregation, and being lighted made it quite a prominent object. After quiet was somewhat restored, Captain Patterson, in order to learn their further intentions, gave them, by order, a few shells. This caused them to fire upon the town at least twelve or fifteen shells, showing their malicious spirit. The guns from the Federal side were back of the town
sentiments of high regard, I remain respectfully, Your obedient servant, J. G. Lauman, Colonel Commanding Fourth Brigade, Second Division. To Brigadier-General C. F. Smith, Commanding Second Division. List of killed and wounded of the Second Iowa infantry in the battle of Fort Donelson on February the 13th, 14th, and 15th, 1862. Company A.--Killed, Private Richard Highram. Wounded, Lieut.----Fisdale, slightly; Corporal Oli Ramsey, severely; Privates L. Farr, severely; James M. Patterson, severely; D. W. Underhill, slightly; Douglass Allendorf, slightly; George D. Lawler, severely; Robert Hull, severely; James Haskell, slightly; James Kerr, slightly; Samuel Evans, severely; Corporals Henry A. Serbendict, slightly; J. J. Goodwin, slightly; W. W. K. Harper, slightly; Thomas A. Stevenson, severely; Privates John Toucher, severely; John Kipple, slightly. Company B.--Killed, Color-Corporal S. G. Paye ; Private J. Guthrie. Wounded, Lieut. J. G. Huntingdon, in right sho
dham.* Virginia. R. M. T. Hunter, William B. Preston. House of Representatives.  Alabama. North-Carolina. Dist. Dist.  1.T. J. Foster,1.W. N. H. Smith,* 2.W. R. Smith,2.R. R. Bridgers, 3.J. P. Rawls,3.O. R. Keenan, 4.J. L. M. Curry,*4.T. D. McDowell, 5.F. S. Lyon,5.A. H. Herington, 6.W. P. Chilton,*6.J. R. McLean, 7.D. Clopton,7.-----Ashe, 8.J. L. Pugh,8.William Lander, 9.E. S. Dargan.9.B. S. Gaither, Arkansas.10.A. T. Davidson.* 1.G. A. Garland,South-Carolina. 2.James M. Patterson,1.John McQueen, (Incomplete.)2.W. P. Miles,* Florida.3.L. M. Ayer, 1.James B. Dawkins,4.M. L. Bonham, 2.R. A. Hilton.5.James Farrow, Georgia.6.W. W. Boyce.* 1.Julian Hartridge,Tennessee. 2.Chas. S. Munnerlyn,1.J. B. Heiskill, 3.Hines Holt,2.W. G. Swann, 4.A. H. Kenan,*3.-----Tibbs, 5.D. W. Lewis,4.J. B. Gardenshire, 6.W. W. Clark,5.H. S. Foote, 7.R. P. Trippe,6.Meredith P. Gentry, 8.L. J. Gatrell,7.G. W. Jones, 9.Hardy Strickland,8.-----Menses, 10.A. R. Wright.9.J. D. C.