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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 8 0 Browse Search
Col. O. M. Roberts, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 12.1, Alabama (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 3 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: March 21, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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3John Cooper,Private, 29th Ohio volunteers,Wounded, right thigh, slight,11th December. 4S. G. Johnson,Private,A,66th Ohio volunteers,Killed,19th December. 5Joseph Powell,Private,B,66th Ohio volunteers,Killed,19th December. 6James Atkinson,Private,D,66th Ohio volunteers,Killed,19th December. 7E. Kyle,Corporal,E,66th Ohio volunre we are now encamped. I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, Jonas Schoonover, Captain Commanding Twenty-ninth Ohio Vet. Vol. Infantry Lieutenant-Colonel Powell's Report. headquarters sixty-Sixth regiment Ohio veteran volunteer infantry, Savannah, Georgia, December 26, 1864. Lieutenant A. H. W. Creigh, Actin in line until the twenty-first, when we entered the city, and are now encamped on Chippewa Square. casualties. Privates.--G. Johnson, company A, killed Joseph Powell, B, killed; John Atkinson, D, killed; Corporal E. Kyle, E, wounded; private I. Wood, E, wounded; S. Keltner, I, wounded. I have the honor to be, Lieutenant,
is brigade marked a line nearer the batteries than any other. Some of the Twelfth North Carolina regiment nobly rushed forward and perished among the dead of my right regiment. I called the attention of two of Major-General Hill's staff to these facts the next day on the field. There were many exhibitions of individual heroism, but I must call especial attention to the gallant conduct of Colonel O'Neal, of the Twenty-sixth Alabama; Major Hobson, of the Fifth Alabama; Major Sands and Captain Powell, of the Third Alabama; and Major Baldwin, assigned to the temporary command of the Sixth Alabama. Mr. Lumsden, a volunteer Aid to Brigadier-General Rodes, was wounded in the hand while discharging his duties. Of the gallant conduct of Captain H. A. Whiting, A. A. General, I cannot speak in too strong terms. Ordered to the right, under the heaviest fire, to assist me in preserving the line, he discharged his duty with great courage and spirit. His services on this, as on other occas
wounded; May 30th, 4 killed and 10 wounded. In the fatiguing marches and the different engagements, the men have borne up with cheerful fortitude, like men who are determined to defend their rights and their country. In every engagement, Private Joseph Powell, of Company H, and Private James H. Flevin, of Company C, highly distinguished themselves for their daring, bravery and coolness. With much regret I have to report Joseph Powell wounded and captured while reconnoitering the enemy's positJoseph Powell wounded and captured while reconnoitering the enemy's position, on the evening of the 31st, and James Flevin severely wounded in the shoulder, in the same engagement. No. 78—(854) Transferred to Mobile with Baker's brigade, subsequent to August, 1864. No. 79—(875) Baker's brigade, November 1, 1864, Liddell's division, district of the Gulf, General Maury. No. 98—(1064) Twenty-second Alabama (consolidated with Twenty-fifth, Thirty-ninth and Fiftieth), under command of Col. Harry T. Toulmin, after April 9, 1865. No. 100—(734) March 31
Castle Thunder. --The following parties were brought to this city yesterday and committed to Castle Thunder: James Kelly, a British subject, recently through the enemy's lines; and William Douglass, Joseph Powell, and Alexander Jones, (private in Company H, 23d Va. regiment,) charged with being spies and dangerous characters.