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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Twelfth Alabama Infantry, Confederate States Army. (search)
dson, died in 1904, 97 years of age; Dr. G. W. McElhany, T. N. Kesterson, J. Patterson. Rev. E. J. Rogers, right leg shot off at Gettysburg. B. F. Ingram, in Texas, 1903. Corporal Henderson,mate, preached for us several Sundays, and a Baptist preacher, a substitute in my company, Rev. E. J. Rogers, also gave us religious services. Rev. W. J. Hoge, D. D., who had left his church in Neore of my company, preached an excellent sermon on the 8th verse, 2nd chapter of Ephesians. Private Rogers of my company preached in the afternoon. Received a letter announcing the marriage of my brus Williams, while we halted in a hilly woods. We passed the woods and a wheat field, where private Rogers, our Baptist preacher, had his knee shattered by a minie ball. We continued to advance and surrender of General Lee at Appomattox, and since the war has been a citizen of Texas. Rev. E. J. Rogers, a Baptist minister, also of our company, who came as a substitute, was a good preacher.