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D. H. Hill, Jr., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 4, North Carolina (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 18 0 Browse Search
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ome of his father, James Pender, a descendant of Edwin Pender, who settled near Norfolk in the reign of Charles II. The mother of General Pender was Sarah Routh, daughter of William Routh, of Tidewater, Va. He was gradu brigade joining in the attack was repulsed and Colonel Pender reformed its ranks with great coolness. Presiditnessed his conduct, said to him on the field, General Pender, I salute you, and three days later he was put near him, and said, You must hold your ground, General Pender, you must hold your ground, sir. This last comrt of the next day's fight, it is recorded that General Pender led his brigade to the attack under a destructiished gallantry. After the wounding of A. P. Hill, Pender took command of the Light division, and was himself his troops and the orderliness of his camps, after Pender had fought under him in half a dozen battles. PendPender's first battle as a major-general was Gettysburg, and unhappily it was his last. On July 1st his division