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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.5 (search)
Va. Hopkins, John James, Pendleton county, W. Va. Hannah, George B., Lieutenant and aid to Generals Jenkins and McCausland. Hannah, Andrew, killed at Williamsport, July 14, 1863. Hannah, Samuel B. Hamlett, John C., Sergeant and Third Lieutenant. Hodge, William H. Harvey, E. C. Hutcherson, Robert F. Henry, E. Winston. Harvey, Mike. Helms,—— Hundley, Charley, wounded in the head at Cedarville. Johnson, John S., from Greenbrier county, W. Va. Kent, Clarence Polk, from Wytheville, Va. Wounded in 1865. Kent, Edwin Dallas, from Wytheville, Va. Wounded in 1865. Lewis, Dr. Granville R. Lewis, William B. Lawson, George W. Lacy, Dr. Horace P. Morton, Clement R., Third Lieutenant. Morton, Henry O., Corporal. Moore, Thomas J., First Sergeant. Morgan, L. Dennis, First Sergeant. Marshall, Hunter H., Jr., killed at Amelia Courthouse, 1865. Marshall, John. Morris, Macon C., wounded at Appomattox Courthouse, April, 1865.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Confederate States Navy and a brief history of what became of it. [from the Richmond, Va. Times December 30, 1900.] (search)
eston, and burned by the Confederates at the evacuation of that city, in 1865. Pamlico—Side-wheel river steamer; bought at New Orleans in 1861; burned by Confederates on Lake Pontchartrain, 1862, to avoid capture. Patrick Henry—Side-wheel merchant steamer Yorktown; seized at Richmond, 1861; mounted ten guns; burned by Confederates at Richmond, 1865. Plymouth—Sailing sloop of war; seized by the Confederates at the Gosport navy-yard, 1861; burned at the evacuation of Norfolk, 1862. Polk—Side-wheel river steamer, mounted seven guns; burned by Confederates in Yazoo river in 1863, to avoid capture. PHOeNIX—Iron-clad floating battery, at Mobile. Burned by the Confederates at the fall of that city in 1865. Pontchartrain—Side-wheel river steamer, mounted seven guns. Burned by Confederates in 1863 on the Arkansas river. Queen of the West—Iron-protected ram. Captured from the Federals, February 14th, 1863, in Red river and sunk in battle in Atchafalaya river in Apr
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Crenshaw Battery, Pegram's Battalion, Confederate States Artillery. (search)
o help the strong. That land, the garden of thy wealth, one haggard waste appears- The ashes of her sunny homes are slaked in patriot tears; Tears for the slain who died in vain for freedom on the field; Tears, tears of bitter anguish still for those who lived to yield, The cannon of his country pealed Stuart's funeral knell, His soldiers' cheers rang in his ears as Stonewall Jackson fell, Onward o'er gallant Ashby's grave swept war's successful tide, And Southern hopes were living yet when Polk and Morgan died. But he, the leader, on whose words those captains loved to wait, The noblest, bravest, best of all, hath found a harder fate: Unscathed by shot and steel he passed o'er many a desperate field; Oh, God! that he hath lived so long, and only lived to yield. Along the war-worn, wasted ranks that loved him to the last, With saddened face and weary pace the vanquished chieftain passed, Their own hard lot the men forgot, they felt what his must be, What thoughts in that dark hour