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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoir of Jane Claudia Johnson. (search)
John Quigley; substitute (dead). Mike McPhalin; substitute (Tiger). John Pleasants; transferred from Guy's Battery. Mathew Lloyd, Jr.; recruit. Pat Brannon; substitute (killed Cedar Run in Valley). W. H. Jennings; transferred from Leak's Battery. Obadiah Johnson; recruit. Reverdy Johnson; recruit. Carter Johnson; recruit. Charles Lacy; recruit. John Eades; recruit. John Black; recruit. W. H. Parrish. Richard Trice (Pottsville). George W. Fleming. Napoleon Perkins; recruit. Isaac Williams. George Logan. Richard A. Wise; died December 21, 1900, 2:40 A. M., at Williamsburg, Va.; congressman from the Norfolk and Williamsburg District. Deaths indicated far as known to date. Respectfully submitted, with high regards, for all concerned. E. H. Lively. Spokane, Washington, 14th of December, A. D. , 1901. A striking War incident. [from the Baltimore, Md., sun, December, 1901.] How General Jeb. Stuart lost his life in Recapturing a
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.24 (search)
red from Leak's Battery. John W. Randolph. Nat Ragland; recruit (dead). R. J. Loving; recruit. Hiter Loving; recruit (dead). John Quigley; substitute (dead). Mike McPhalin; substitute (Tiger). John Pleasants; transferred from Guy's Battery. Mathew Lloyd, Jr.; recruit. Pat Brannon; substitute (killed Cedar Run in Valley). W. H. Jennings; transferred from Leak's Battery. Obadiah Johnson; recruit. Reverdy Johnson; recruit. Carter Johnson; recruit. Charles Lacy; recruit. John Eades; recruit. John Black; recruit. W. H. Parrish. Richard Trice (Pottsville). George W. Fleming. Napoleon Perkins; recruit. Isaac Williams. George Logan. Richard A. Wise; died December 21, 1900, 2:40 A. M., at Williamsburg, Va.; congressman from the Norfolk and Williamsburg District. Deaths indicated far as known to date. Respectfully submitted, with high regards, for all concerned. E. H. Lively. Spokane, Washington, 14th of December, A. D. , 1901.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.39 (search)
, * M. H. Gathright, W. A. Gray, * William Gentry, *Ed. Gammon, Henry Holman, R. J. Hoye, Daniel Hughes, Sam Humphries, * Newton Hodges, * G. W. Johnson, Charlie Johnson, *Jim Jackson, * Bob Knibb, * Dabney Lane, William Lumsden, L. B. Laseur, Thomas Loyall, *Jim Loving, * George Loving, C. E. Massie, William Macbride, * Aleck McLaine, *Jim Miller, Frank Mathews, B. J. Nuckols, J. P. Nicholas, William Nunnally, J. E. Perkins, *N. Perkins, J. R. Poor, Charlie Palmer, Ed. Powers, J. N. Pleasants, Sam Pettitt, Luston Phillips, * George Radford, * Tom Rigsby, William Richardson, *J. C. Riddell, * S. J. Rock, * Beverly Rock, * William Russell, * Felix Sharp, William Sharp, * Silas Seay, Marcus Smith, *Jim Shelburn, * John Southworth, * William Tillman, Tom Turner, H. C. Thomas, J. A. Thomas, * Dick Talley, R. T. L. Toler, Newton Thurstan, * Bob Thomas, A. V. Taylor