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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.5 (search)
on shot. Marshall, Joel W., Lieutenant and Adjutant of 14th Virginia Cavalry. Marshall, Ben W. Marshall, Joel F. Morton, David H. McGhee, William. McCargo, Samuel, killed at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863. Moseley, J. B. Morton, John J. Welton, F. Moses, Albert. Morton, J. P. Manns, Daniel. Morton, John A. Noel, Charles P., wounded in Valley of Virginia, 1864. From Pittsylvania county, Va. Nichol, Charles, from Monroe county, W. Va. Pettus, John. Price, Samuel, wounded near Lexington, Va., in 1864. Read, George W. Read, Isaac. Roberts, George H., Third Lieutenant until November, 1861. Randol, Alex., from West Virginia. Rice, Henry C. Rice, David. Roberts, John, died from wound received at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863. Read, Thomas N. Spencer, Charles. Spencer, Thomas. Spencer, James B. Spragins, Norman B., wounded in Rockbridge county, Va., 1864. Smith, John M., 4th Sergeant. Sheperson, David, Third Li
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)
rry permanent armament: Superior, Harmony, and Kankakee near Norfolk, and the Schrapnel at Richmond. In the fall of 1861 the citizens of New Orleans fitted up a number of river boats as rams for local defense, and put them under command of Captain J. Edward Montgomery. They were bravely fought and were sunk in battle at Memphis and New Orleans. They were not attached to the Confederate States Navy. They were the Warrior, Stonewall Jackson, Resolute, Defiance, Breckenridge, Van Horn, Price, Bragg, Lovell, Sumter, Beauregard, Jeff. Thompson. Little Rebel, Governor Mooore, Quitman, and possibly three or four others. There were in the Confederate States Navy at Richmond three torpedo launches—the Hornet, Scorpion and Wasp. The Wasp was destroyed by the Federal batteries at Trent's Reach, in January, 1865, and the others were burned by the Confederates at the evacuation of Richmond, in April, 1865. There was also a torpedo launch at Charleston, with which Lieutenant Glassell a
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.36 (search)
Miller, Wm. Mills, John R. McGowan, Geo. G. Strawbridge, C. Carter Twitchell, Robt. Urquhart, Jr., Philip Von Coln, T. H. H. Walker. Third Company. J. D. Blanchard, M. Napier Bartlett, Thomas Ballentine, Robert Bruce, George Bernard, M. Burke, Richard Bryant. Michael B. Cantrell, J. H. Colles, John W. Dempsey, artificer; Gen. Jas. Dearing, A. E. Grimmer, Stringer Kennedy. R. H. Kitchen, George H. Meek, C. B. Marmillon, P. W. Pettis, Sergeant; James W. Price, Wm. H. Pinckard, Frank Shaw, Wm. S. Toledano, Ralf Turnell, Jake White, F. P. Foucher. Fourth Company. Lieut. H. A. Battles, Steve Burke, C. C. Bier, Jos. W. Burke, Dennis J. Cronan, James W. Dearie, Sgt. John S. Fish, Sgt. Sylv. T. Haile, Jos. W. Lescene, Albert Norcourt, L. P. Callahan, artificer; Thos. H. Cummings, William Cary, A. Soniat, A. T. Vass, Geo. W. Wood, Geo. W. Wilkinson. Fifth Company. A. Arroyo, Thomas C. Allen, James Adams