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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Semmes' Georgia Brigade. (search)
. Commanding Battalion. Eighteenth Georgia Battalion. Jno. N. Pacetty, Sergeant Co. C. R. W. Miller, Hospital Steward. W. F. Symons, Private Co. C. H. F. Bennett, Private Co. A. M. W. Lewis, Private Co. A. John Smith, Private Co. A. Thos. Mensing, Private Co. B. Wm. Powers, Private Co. D, 50th Ga. Regiment. Colored musicians enlisted for the War. Joe Parkman, Co. A. Henry Williams, Co. B. Geo. Waddell, Co. A. Louis Gardeen, Co. C. Colored Cooks enlisted. James Polk, Co. B. Scipio Africanus, Co. B. William Read, Co. C. John Lery, Co. A. [16] Geo. W. Stiles, Commanding 18th Ga. Battalion. Ninth Georgia Battalion. Co. E. 1st Sergeant Horace L. Crawford, Private Jas. E. Kilby, Private Jas. Williams, A. M. Combee. Co. C. Private William S. Williamson, Willie H. Washington, Elias J. Holt, Private James M. Russell, James F. Lewis. Co. D. 4th Corporal Joseph W. Cox, 3d Corporal William F. Flowers, Private Joseph G
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.54 (search)
Corps, of not more than 8,500 bayonets, under Major-General Polk, was drawn up in a column of brigades deployeront. But, speedily assailed by Ruggles and some of Polk's Brigades, with a fury not to be withstood, the Fed By this time both Cheatham's and Clark's Divisions, Polk's Corps, were also strenuously engaged, mainly on th the river—and though the corps of Hardee, Bragg and Polk, with Breckinridge not far off, were in their immedisailants. At the same time, on the center and left, Polk's Divisions, with Ruggle's Divisions of Bragg, and srously that he sent a staff officer to report to General Polk (from whom he had last received orders) that by ng mass of Confederates with such profusion that General Polk ordered the cavalry to take shelter in the woodecampments, wheresoever they could find subsistence. Polk's Corps had been embodied to some degrees and led dution about 10 o'clock; and just about the same time Polk's Corps, coming up from the rear, on the Confederate
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The cruise of the Shenandoah. (search)
r our losses in Melbourne, but we were suspicious, after the intimated plot. The men were black with dirt. We drew them up in a line, took their names and nationality. Thirty-four claimed to be Americans and the other eight of various nationalities. We shipped them all, but watched them closely. They turned out to be good, faithful men. These gave us seventy-two men on deck. Some were from New England. One, George P. Canning, said he had been aide-de-camp to General (Bishop) Leonidas. Polk, C. S. A., who had been discharged as an invalid. With him as sergeant, a marine guard was organized. Sighted Drummond's Island and learned from natives in canoes that no vessels were there. Sighted Strong's Island and near enough to see no vessels in Chabrol Harbor. Sighted Mc-Askill Island. Sighted Ascension (Pouinipete or Ponapi Island) of Carolina group, about six degrees north and longitude 160 degrees east, and on April 1, looking into Lod Harbor of that island, found four whalers
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.66 (search)
n, lost sight of him. Massey, Edward, died since the war. McClenigan, S. B., died since the war. Marshall, R. C., wounded at Trevillian's Depot. McArthur, Hickerson, living in Texas. Marshall, Tom, joined 12th Regiment. Marshall, Polk, joined 12th Regiment. Marshall, James, lost sight of him. Martin, Gibson, died since the war. Middleton, John, died since the war. Middleton, Campbell, living at Plains, Va. Milter, Proff, lost sight of; I think he is dead. Mit Maddox, Webster, living at Oak Hill, Va. (died in 1905). Maddox, Weadon, killed at Salem, now Marshall. Owens, Morgan, died since the war. O'Forton, Dr., killed at Kelley's Island. Price, John H., living at Hillsboro, Va. Price, James Polk, died since the war. Porterfield, W. H. T., killed near Brandy Station, Va. Porterfield, Thos. L. (Orderly Sergt.), lives at Lovettsville, Va. Known as the Payne Legion: Payne, Thos. H. (Orderly Sergt.), died in prison (Point Look
Arrested for forgery. --Officer James Polk, of the Provost Marshal's Detective corps, arrived in Richmond yesterday, after a two weeks sojourn in the South after certain offenders against the laws of the Confederacy, bringing with him a Frenchman named T. Bezoucon, arrested by him near Marietta, Georgia, for forging the names of sundry Captains to army pay-rolls and drawing the money thereon. Bezoucon was carried before Commissioner Watson yesterday, and committed to the city jail for examination. He is supposed to be connected with a gang regularly engaged in the business of fleecing the Government by forgery of the above kind.