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Col. O. M. Roberts, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 11.1, Texas (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 16 0 Browse Search
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she was adopted and educated by General Ross, and named Lizzie Ross. Captain Ross was desperately wounded at the battle of Captain Ross was desperately wounded at the battle of Wichita, and lay for five days on the battlefield, before he could be removed to the nearest United States post, go miles disigned a petition to the secretary of war, commending young Ross' brilliant and heroic service, and urging his appointment t autograph letter, tendering his support and influence. As Ross was not of age, and had not completed his college course, ht honor, and General Phifer was subsequently assigned. Colonel Ross took part in the battle of Corinth, Miss., October, 186as met, beyond the Hatchie bridge by a fresh Federal force, Ross, in command of Phifer's brigade, went into the fight as a fich he did. Gen. Jos. E. Johnston, without the knowledge of Ross, wrote to the secretary of war and had him appointed brigadand Mechanical college he rendered valuable service. Ex-Governor Ross died January 4, 1898, at his home at College Station,