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Joseph T. Derry , A. M. , Author of School History of the United States; Story of the Confederate War, etc., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 6, Georgia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 2 0 Browse Search
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Joseph T. Derry , A. M. , Author of School History of the United States; Story of the Confederate War, etc., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 6, Georgia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Chapter 6: (search)
the last year of the war it served almost entirely as infantry in Evans' brigade, Gordon's division. For its full history see the sketch of Ramsey's First Georgia, and also that of the Twelfth Georgia battalion among the infantry commands. The Fourteenth Georgia battalion of artillery had the following officers: Lieut.-Col. J. T. Montgomery, Maj. Joseph Palmer, Adjt. J. H. Cox, Commissary C. T. Swift, Capts. (A) J. Palmer, (B) Thomas H. Dawson, (C) C. B. Ferrell, (D) E. R. King, (E) Franklin Roberts, (F) S. A. Moses, (H) James G. Gibson. This battalion served in east Tennessee during 1862. The different companies of the battalion served at times on distant fields of duty, in Tennessee, in north Mississippi and in Georgia. For instance, while R. Anderson's (formerly Thomas A. Dawson's) battery was in Georgia during the Atlanta campaign, Ferrell's battery was in north Mississippi under Roddey. The battalion did good and faithful service wherever called upon. The Eighteenth Geo
Garroting. --Franklin Roberts was handed ever to the Mayor yesterday by the detectives, charged with garroting Joseph Johnson on Friday night last, and robbing him of about $150 in Confederate money. Johnson testified that as he was passing up Franklin street about half past 9 o'clock, the prisoner accosted him, and professing to be an acquaintance, commenced a conversation and continued it till they walked up to Broad street, by the Theatre, and thence to Clay street, when prisoner knocked witness down, chocked him severely, and then robbed him. Prisoner denied the charge, and declared that he had never seen the witness till he was arrested. The Mayor sent the case on to the Hustings Court.
y. Sent on to Judge Lyons's Court. Lewis Harcum, stealing $72 in money from Robert Reid, on the 29th of June. Sent on for trial. James Welsh, stealing a horse, valued at $200, from Chas P Word, on the 14th of June Sent on. James Miller, stealing a horse, valued at $500, from the Confederate States, on the 6th of June. Sent on. Ansuron Jackson, free negro, stealing $300 from James Stanley. Acquitted. Peter Burress and Jas McDonald, stealing $800 and a gold watch from Wm Riley. Discharge. Wm H Rose, free negro, stealing $1,500 from Samuel T Reamy. Found guilty and ordered to be sold into slavery. Gus, slave to Mrs. Susan Hill, charged with aiding and abetting Wm H Rose in the robbery of Samuel T Reamy. Acquitted. Franklin Roberts, garroting, Joseph Johnson of $150. Sent on for final trial at the next term of Judge Lyons's Court. The Court having ordered a jury for to-day all witnesses in misdemeanor cases should be prompt in their attendance.
Garroting. --Franklin Roberts, indicted for garroting Joseph Johnson on the 9th of June, and robbing him of $200, was tried before Judge Lyons of the Hustings Court and acquitted.