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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Very complete roll [from the Richmond, A., Dispatch, September 16th, 1900.] (search)
Captain when Dr. Campbell was made Surgeon of 33d Regiment, and died February, 1862. Fountain, Mehomiah—Second Lieutenant, subsequently Captain. Was injured by falling from a wagon at Centreville, Va., 1862. Surrendered at Gettysburg, July 31, 1863. Imprisoned at Johnston's Island twenty-three months, and died since the war. Magruder, George W.—Second Lieutenant. Was commissioned Surgeon Confederate States Army, and died at Fort Worth, Texas, since the war. McInturff, Levi—Orderly Sergeant, Mexican war veteran, and discharged because of disability. Kibler, Jacob H.—Second Sergeant; elected Captain. Killed at Chancellorsville, May 2, 1863. Magruder, Philip W.-Third Sergeant; elected Lieutenant. Wounded in spine and knee at Chancellorsville, May 2, 1863. Bushong, Edward M.—Fourth Sergeant. Wounded at Cedar Mountain, August 9, 1862, Transferred to cavalry. Williams, Samuel C.—First Corporal. Transferred to Chew's Battery. Died at Broadway, Va., since th
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.20 (search)
oof is now, irrefragable, I give, you will observe not only the names, but the exact wounds received, just what I sent to the Richmond paper soon after the battle. I was detained in a hospital in Richmond some weeks after the battle. The orderly Sergeant's statement as you will see, fully agrees in all essential features with my report. These papers will, I think, enable you to clinch every claim we make for Company F. Yours truly, R. M. Tuttle. There was enclosed in the above letter a statement signed by J. T. C. Hood, Orderly Sergeant, Company F, 26th Regiment North Carolina Troops, as follows: Company F, 26th Regiment, North Carolina Troops, went into the fight at Gettysburg, Pa., with eighty-eight answering to roll call on the morning of July 1, 1863, besides three commissioned officers (one private being detailed to guard our knapsacks). Having been wounded on the first day in both leg and foot, I hobbled to the stone bridge two miles south of Gettysburg, w
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.28 (search)
ead. First Lieutenant—John W. Graves, dead. Second Lieutenant—Thomas M. Fowler, wounded, lost arm. Third Lieutenant—John S. Fowler, killed. First Sergeant—Benjamin Turner. Second Sergeant—John Shelton Anderson, afterwards captain, killed. Third Sergeant—John Woodson. Fourth Sergeant—John B. Shelton, killed. First Corporal—A. V. Irby, wounded, lost leg. Second Corporal—John Butcher. Third Corporal—George Adams. Fourth Corporal—Zack. Armstrong, dead. Commissary Sergeant—George A. Bowles, dead. Privates. R. C. Bowles; T. J. Bowles, wounded; John R. Bowles, killed; J. U. Bowles, dead; James Amos, dead; Thomas Amos, wounded; William Amos, dead; Richard Carter; Alex. Fleming, wounded, lost hand; George Fleming; Frank Fleming, wounded; John Gates, killed; Jack Gates; William Gammon, dead; Thomas Gammon, wounded; Jeff. Gammon; Benjamin Glass; Leonard Glass, dead; David Glenn, dead; Alonzo Glenn, wounded; Richard Hargrove, wounded, de