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Col. John M. Harrell, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 10.2, Arkansas (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 1 1 Browse Search
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rand acted as such until February, 1862, when George A. Merrick was made adjutant. The company officers were: Company A, Capt. A. R. Witt, of Van Buren county, First Lieut. W. W. Martin, Second Lieut. C. M. Cargile, Third Lieut. Israel Davis. Company B, Capt. James Venable, First Lieut. John K. Griffith, Second Lieut. Ben F. Jones, Third Lieut. John F. Kirk. Company C, Capt. L. B. Jennings, First Lieut. W. W. Bridges, Second Lieut. F. M. Jackson, Third Lieut. C. Watkins. Company D, Capt. John A. Pemberton, First Lieut. J. F. Foster, Second Lieut. W. C. Rainey, Third Lieut. W. P. Harris. Company E, Capt. E. L. Vaughan, First Lieut. J. N. Culpeper, Second Lieut. W. J. Hardin, Third Lieut. A. K. Livingston. Company F, Capt. R. S. Fears, First Lieut. James A. Henry, Second Lieut. Q. T. Stokely, Third Lieut. Terrell Bryant. Company G, Capt. John B. Miller, First Lieut. James E. Lockard, Second Lieut. Henry J. Gatton, Third Lieut. Edwin Ellis; George A. Merrick succeeded Captain Miller as
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Southern Historical Society Papers. (search)
861. Second Lieutenant, Richard B. Saunders. November 28, 1860. Junior Second Lieutenant, Richardson Mallett. July 29, 1861. Co. E—Captain, William Wallis McDowell. April 27, 1861. First Lieutenant, Washington Morrison Hardy. April 27, 1861. Second Lieutenant, George Henry Gregory. April 27, 1861. Junior Second Lieutenant, James Alfred Patton. April 27, 1861. Co. F—Captain, Joseph B. Starr. April 29, 1861. First Lieutenant, Frank N. Roberts. April 29, 1861. Second Lieutenant, John A. Pemberton. April 29, 1861. Junior Second Lieutenant, George Sloan. April 29, 1861. Co. G—Captain, Clark M. Avery. April 25, 1861. First Lieutenant, Calvin S. Brown. April 25, 1861. Second Lieutenant, John A. Dickson. April 25, 1861. Junior Second Lieutenant, James C. S. McDowell. April 25, 1861. Co. H—Captain, Wright Huske. May 21, 1861. First Lieutenant, Benjamin Robinson Huske. May 21, 1861. Second Lieutenant, Charles Betts Cook. May 21, 1861. Junior Second Lieutenant, Hector McKetha
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memorial services in Memphis Tenn., March 31, 1891. (search)
igned to the command of the Southwest, including the forces of Generals Bragg, Kirby Smith and Pemberton. In May, 1863, General Grant crossed the Mississippi river to attack Vicksburg in the rear, ae command of all the Confederate forces in Mississippi. Straightway he endeavored to withdraw Pemberton from Vicksburg and reinforce him from Bragg's army, but his plan miscarried by reason of PembePemberton's failure to obey his orders, and Vicksburg capitulated to Grant. In December, 1863, he was transferred to the command of the Army of Tennessee, with headquarters at Dalton, Ga. During the wintnerals whom Grant had known personally during the Mexican war. Grant in his memoirs criticises Pemberton for returning to Vicksburg instead of making an heroic effort to make a junction with Johnston. He says Johnston would not have made such a move as Pemberton made. Sherman in his memoirs reviews the Dalton campaign; and finds everything to commend in Johnston's tactics, and nothing to criti