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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The honor roll of the University of Virginia, from the times-dispatch, December 3, 1905. (search)
uff, Va., 1864. Rogers. W. F., Asst. Surg., Ala., Sunflower Co., Miss., 1862. Rogers, L. M., Va., Goochland, Va., 1864. Ross, W. A., Lt., Va., Culpeper, Va. Royal, G. K., Va., Manassas, Va., 1862. Ruffin, T., Lt., N. C., Johnson's Is., Erie, 1864. Ruffner, J., Lt., Va., 1863. Russell A. J., Ala., Pensacola, Fla. Salle, R. C., Virginia, 1864. Samuells, S. C., Virginia, 1864. Sangster, J. H., Va., Manassas, Va., 1862. Sapp, J. M., Ga., Gettysburg, Pa., 1863. Saunders, W. M., Capt., Va.. Gettysburg, Pa., 1863. Scott, T. J., Ala., Williamsburg, Va., 1862. Seabrook, C. P., S. C., Chancellorsville, Va., 1863. Selden, W. L., Va., Harrisonsburg, Va., 1862. Semmes, P., Brig. Gen., Ga., Gettysburg, Pa., 1863. Shands, E., Capt., Va., Shenandoah, Va., 1861. Shearer, J. C., Va., Chickahominy, Va., 1863. Shearer, R. B., Capt., Va., Monocacy, Md., 1864. Shelton, C. O., Asst. Surgeon., Mo., N. O., La., 1862. Shelton, C. T., Va., Vicksburg,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.37 (search)
with bayonets and butts, pistols and swords, as desperately and daringly as ever recorded in the annals of war; and took from Burnside nineteen flags (Mahone 15, Saunders 3, Wright 1.) Then that voluminous Confederate Military History, in giving its account, leaves out entirely the charge of the Alabama brigade under the chivalrouarge in beautiful array up to the rim of the Crater, held by Bartlett, where, after a short struggle, the white flag went up and Bartlett and his men came out as Saunders' prisoners of war. No troops ever acted more brilliantly on any field than Alabama's faithful sons under the lead of gallant Saunders on that day. While speakingSaunders on that day. While speaking of the infantry, I am not unmindful of the wonderful work of our artillery: and you saw the gallant Haskell with two little cohorts help to force the capitulation of the Crater. I must pause to pay tribute to the bravest Federal general officer, William F. Bartlett, who fought in their front line, with the admirable desperatio
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.38 (search)
eal thing. When the Alabama Brigade, under Saunders, was put in by Mahone at the right moment, anof the brigade and told the privates that General Saunders had been informed by General Lee that thloth about a yard square on a new staff. General Saunders ordered the sharpshooters to cease firingwed by two elegantly uniformed officers. General Saunders asked those of us near him if we had a whe sides. In handing the communication to General Saunders, Captain Clark said: They are asking f (I noticed that none of our generals except Saunders, who had charge of affairs, came over and min lines are being buried. Still they come. Saunders, of the Alabama Brigade, has just sent in anod up by General S.'s men this morning. General Saunders reports that he has buried in the mine alissippi brigade, and the gallant and intrepid Saunders, who but forty-eight hours before had so succades (Wright's Georgia, Mahone's Virginia and Saunders' Alabama [Wilcox's old], of our [Mahone's] di[8 more...]
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
er, General Fitz. John, 32 Porter, Commander W. D., false reports by, 32 Powell, D. D., Rev. W. C. 290 Powers, Colonel Frank, 83 Preaching in Camp, 289 Private Soldier of C. S. A., The, 65, 111 Purcell, Mrs. John B., 26 Randolph, Lt. J. Tucker, 58; Norman V., 58 Re-enlistment in Army, 258, 269 Rodes, General R. E. and family, 281, 282 Rodgers Robert L., 306 Rogers, Rev. E. J., 289 Rosser, D. D., Rev. L., 235, 290 St. Johns' Church Richmond, Va., 194 Saunders, General J. C. C., 360 Scott, Dr. Wm. Wallace 292 Semmes, General Paul J., 105 Seven Days Battles, 223 Seven Pines, Battle of, 218 Sharpsburg or Antietam Battle of, a bloody contest, 110; 15th Va. at 97; losses as compared with those of other great battles 105 Smith, Captain James Power, 135, 258 Smyth, Colonel Thos. A., 327 Sorrel's Recollections, 25 Southern, Genius, Contributions of to National prosperity, 162; heroism and magnaminity, 162; sacrifices, 164 Sp