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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Twelfth Alabama Infantry, Confederate States Army. (search)
f socks, and several pairs of shoes. Captain J. Miles Pickens, a brother of the Colonel, is now quarged him to abandon me and save himself. Colonel Pickens sent me to hospital on Major Proskauer's other, with his wagon, on to Hagerstown. Captain Pickens, quartermaster, aided us much. At Washinfficer of the Twelfth Alabama present was Colonel Pickens. There was only one captain in camp, andat I was in command of the regiment, that Colonel Pickens had been sent for by General Rodes, and Celigion. Oct. 8, 1863. I drew from quartermaster Pickens, 15 envelopes, one quire of letter papat night, and crossed in great darkness. Colonel Pickens kindly gave me a seat on his horse behindwas appointed acting second lieutenant by Colonel Pickens, and assigned to command of Company D. Tcorrect. Battle's Alabama brigade, under Colonel Pickens of the Twelfth Alabama, led the corps, anofficer of decided promise. In this action Col. Pickens commanded our brigade, and Lieut-Colonel G[1 more...]