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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4. 2 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 4., The opposing forces in the Appomattox campaign. (search)
-; 59th Va., Col. William B. Tabb. Wallace's Brigade, Brig.-Gen. W. H. Wallace: 17th S. C., Capt. E. A. Crawford; 18th S. C., Lieut.-Col. W. B. Allison; 22d S. C., Col. W. G. Burt; 23d S. C., Lieut.-Col. John M. Kinloch; 26th S. C., Maj. C. S. Land; Holcombe S. C. Legion,----. Moody's Brigade, Brig.-Gen. Young M. Moody: 41st Ala., Col. Martin L. Stansel; 43d Ala., Maj. William J. Mims; 59th Ala., Maj. Lewis H. Crumpler; 60th Ala., Col. John W. A. Sanford; 23d Ala. Batt'n, Maj. N. Stallworth. Ranson's Brigade, Brig.-Gen. Matthew W. Ransom: 24th N. C.,----; 25th N. C., Col. Henry M. Rutledge; 35th N. C., Maj. R. E. Petty; 49th N. C., Maj. Charles Q. Petty; 56th N. C., Col. Paul F. Faison. artillery, Col. H. P. Jones. Blount's Battalion: Ga. Battery, Capt. C. W. Slaten; N. C. Battery (Cumming's), Lieut. Alexander D. Brown; Va. Battery (Miller's),----; Va. Battery (Young's),----. Coit's Battalion: Miss. Battery (Bradford's),----; Va. Battery (R. G. Pegram's),----; Va. Battery (Wright
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Operations against Newbern in 1864. (search)
Operations against Newbern in 1864. Report of General Pickett. Headquarters Department North Carolina, February 15, 1864. General,--I have the honor to report that, in accordance with instructions received from General Lee, under date of January 20, 1864, the expedition left Kingston as follows: General Barton with his own brigade and that of Kemper, and three regiments of Ranson's, eight rifle-pieces, six Napoleons, and six hundred cavalry on the morning of the 30th ultimo to cross the Trent and take the works in front of Newbern, in reverse, and prevent the enemy being reinforced by land or water. Later in the day I sent off the Fifteenth and Seventeenth Virginia to report to Colonel Dearing on the north side of the Neuse river — with this three pieces of artillery,--Whitford's regiment, and three hundred cavalry. He was to have attacked, if practicable, Fort Anderson --Barrington's. Commander Wood, of the navy, with his boat party, left on the 31st ultimo, and I, w
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Fighting that was close by us. (search)
36, Part 2, p. 201). Major-General Robert Ransom says in his report: The conduct of the troops throughout was unquestionable, but the brigades of General Gracie and Colonel Terry (Kemper's), deserves special notice; also the regiment of Colonel Lewis, ,which he so gallantly led at double-quick against the enemy. It has been impossible to get reports from subordinates, and I wish this meagre outline may answer for immediate requirements. (Vol. 36, Part 2, War Records, p. 213). General Ranson adds on a postscript that on taking the breastworks, five stand of colors, one brigadier-general and about 400 prisoners were captured. As the official reports of the battle at Drewry's Bluff, of May 16, 1864, do not state what particular part was taken by the brigades of Ransom's Division, other than a few references of the major-general commanding, the differences between Gracie's men and those of Colonel Terry cannot be settled by these reports. Captain Sumpter's account is from
The Daily Dispatch: August 7, 1861., [Electronic resource], List of wounded men in General Hospital, Charlottesville, Va. (search)
Carolina, I — slight. Peter H J, 8th Georgia--thigh, severe. Pickens J J, 2d Mississippi, G — leg broken, very severe. points Jno J Staunton Artillery--arm, severe. Pocle Jno, 13th Mississippi, G — knees, not severe. Powell Lewis, 7th Virginia--back, severe. Powell a, 7th Virginia--knee. Ramsay J R, 8th Georgia, company K--left thigh, not very severe. Ramsay John, 8th Virginia, K — wound in thigh. Ramsay John R. 17th Mississippi--slight wound of body. Ranson B H 4th S Carolina — left arm, died August 21. Redmond James, 6th N Carolina — leg broken, severe. Reville J H, 13th Mississippi--slight flesh wound. Rhodes, J W H L — arm, not severe. Richardson H G, 4th Alabama, H — shoulder, severe. Robbins, Lieut 4th Alabama--leg, slight. Ross Daniel, corporal 1st Louisiana Battalion, E — knee, not severe. Rutledge G R, 27th Virginia--shoulder. Sergeant W, 27th Virginia, company E--arm, slight. Strickler Cyru
, in shoulder, seriously; J T Anderson in the face, slightly; T Biddy, in both legs and right arm, seriously; Henry Wood, through the thigh, seriously; T M Hendman under right shoulder, slightly; H C. Jones through the thigh, seriously; T Kelley scalped, slightly; P M McCraw, in the leg; E Nix, through the arm; J C Richards, in the arm and breast, slightly; J L Smith shot in the mouth; A J Sanders, in the arm, seriously; J C Wilson, in breast, seriously. Company G.--Killed: Sergeant J H Ranson. Wounded: Corpl Jesse Price, in hand: T Brucksher, in ; J R Saver, in head; S H Faith; in arm and bowels; A C Holcomb, in arm; A Lane in throat; Pinkney Tandress in arm; S W Mole, in arm and hip; H McCarty, shot through the ankle; Wm Smallwood, in the hips; Oliver Dean, left side slightly. One missing; name not known. Company K.--Killed: Ed Moxley, Drew, Henry Horn. Wounded: Sergeant L B Coleman in right arm, seriously; Corporal J Drew, right leg, slightly; Godfry Miller, through th
, A Woodee, Jno Cheshire. Eighth Company, 1st Lt. Wm H H Rogers com'g. Killed: T J Wilder, G Herndon. Wounded: J T C Adams, Thos Lewis, S W Parker. Ninth Company, 1st Lt Sikes com'ding.--Killed: Jas Wilkie. Wounded: Thomas Mills, Jas White, Wm Stroble. Tenth Company, 1st Lt Spiers com'ding.--Killed: Thos Miller. Wounded: 2d Lt Pratt, Jacoh Moore, M Craine,--Wilkerson, J C Mole, W B Brewer, Jno Bonnel. Eleventh Company, 1st Lt E C Humphreys commanding.--Killed: Corp T M Ranson. Wounded: Jas H Knight, Jno L Penny, W B Sills, Samuel Cillford, A Viller, D C Knowles, D H Deer Twelth Company, Captain W Parkhill.--Killed: Captain W Parkhill. Wounded: Corp R M Horn, Corp R D Sturgess, Wm Clair, Jno Dobson, Albert Paine, M Dillan. Killed8 Wounded54 Total62 Thos. M. Palmer. Surgeon 2d Florida Vols. Moore Hospital, June 28th and 29th, Wm R Brown, 1st N C; C A Gregory, 12th N C. J Cave, 1st N C; A T Marsh, 22d N C; W B Hollingsworth, Ro Sh