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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 7 1 Browse Search
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D. H. Hill, Jr., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 4, North Carolina (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 1 1 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 2. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 6.34 (search)
s of colors, 9 pieces of artillery, 10 caissons, 2,150 prisoners, and 3,100 stands of small arms fell into the hands of the victors, who suffered a total loss of but 720 men. A. P. Hill's Official Report. This brilliant stroke was delivered by Heth, under the immediate eye of A. P. Hill, and was mainly due to the steadiness of the North Carolina troops, for these constituted nearly the whole of the assaulting column, and the first colors planted on the hostile works were borne by Sergeant Roscoe Richards, Twenty-seventh North Carolina, Cooke's brigade, Heth's division. General Lee, writing to Governor Vance under date of August 29th, says: I have been frequently called upon to mention the services of North Carolina troops in this army, but their gallantry and conduct were never more deserving of admiration than in the engagement at Reams' Station on the 25th instant. Heth, with a generosity as characteristic of the man as his taciturn pluck, declared that he did not believe that t
Lane's (under General Conner) and MacRae's, to make a second attempt. Captain Graham in his Regimental History states that the combined strength of the three brigades was only 1,750. These brigades dashed forward with great spirit upon Miles' line. Miles' men made, in part, a good resistance. They were, however, forced to give way in confusion. General Cooke stated that the first colors planted on the captured works were those of the Twenty-seventh North Carolina in the hands of Sergt. Roscoe Richards. Gibbon's division was ordered to retake the works, but failed signally. Hampton, dis. mounting his men, attacked on the left and forced Gregg's cavalry back to a new line that Hancock established. This was one of the most brilliant events toward the close of that gloomy summer. General Hill's loss in killed and wounded was 720. He captured 12 stand of colors, 9 guns, and 3,100 stand of arms. General Lee, in a letter to Governor Vance, dated August 29th, writes: I have been f
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
r, John W., McFarland, Thomas, Meloth, Christian, Meyer, Cort, Mills, Charles W., Murray, Edward R., McMahon, Timothy, Newman, Thomas, Ovenstreet, Walter R., Pate, Matthew J., Reed, Thomas B., Reiler, Charles, Richards, George W., Shartzer, Ahi, Sweeny, Milton H., Sherwell, William, Stansbury, Charles, Act. Sergeant Major, one horse. Straper, Jacob, Stott, Bruce, Turner, Samuel H., Trent, George W., Trent, James M., White, Robe., Henley, Saml. D., Hedges, Bailey S., Keys, John F., Kineger, Philips F., Lantz, Christian, Martin, Jno. T., Palmer, Wm. K., Proffit, Geo. D., Parrish, Humphrey J., Act. Wagon Master, one horse, Rhoades, John, Richards, Jas. W., Smith, William B., Sutherland, Wm., Smith, Frances M., Smith, Edward B., Teel, Moses O., Tyler, Algernon, Trainnum, Benj. J., Trainnum, Chas. H., Wright, Jno. P., Willshire, Uriah A., Willshire, Adam
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
, Corporal Wm. T. Vaughan, Private John Ayers, S. Badger, Samuel Bradley, Bolin Branch, Geo. N. Branch, T. P. Devereux, J. D. Etheridge, Collin Gray, G. R. Gammond, Private H. Hopkins, H. B. Holmes, W. D. Lewis, G. W. Odom, Major Richards, Jas. Strickland, S. H. Strickland, W. A. Thomasson, B. Whitehead, Jas. Whitmore, J. R. Whitaker, W. H. Whitaker. Co. E. Sergeant O. A. Atkinson, C. R. Johnson, Corporal T. W. Owens, Private Wm. Bunting, Wiley Burress, Jesse, Corporal Robt. J. Lang, Private Richard Harris, F. M. Kilpatrick, E. Iseley, Jno. D. Walson, Mathew Jones, Samuel R. Cason, James Jones, Private Wm. Corbett, Peter H. Somers. Co. F. Private Robert Lanning. Co. G. Sergeant Roscoe Richards, Private Wm. H. Nunn, Corporal Meredith Adams, Mus'n Wm. A. Hays, S. A. Dickson, Wm. H. H. Burroughs, Private John Boggs, Wilson Brown, Jas. N. Faucett, Wm. A. Faucett, A. Hedgepeth, Samuel S. Nelson, David C. Parks, Eli