Browsing named entities in Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones). You can also browse the collection for William Smith or search for William Smith in all documents.

Your search returned 3 results in 3 document sections:

Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.1 (search)
ng the wounded. Terrible carnage. Your correspondent gained the decks of the Congress, and has to this day a vivid remembrance of the scene. He has had no opportunity of comparing a battle field with an action on the water, but if the carnage of the former be greater he has no desire to witness it. Confusion, death and pitiable suffering reigned supreme, and the horrors of war quenched the passion and enmity of months. Lieutenant Pendergrast, in command of the Congress, and Captain William Smith, acting as volunteer, had gone aboard the Beaufort and surrendered their swords to Captain Parker and were instructed to return to the ship and transfer their wounded with dispatch to our vessel. At the same time the Raleigh (Captain Alexander) came alongside the Beaufort and reported for duty and was directed to board the Congress on the other side and assist in removing the wounded. Those of us who were aboard the Congress were suddenly summoned to the Beaufort by the blowing of
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Reunion of Company D. First regiment Virginia Cavalry, C. S. A. (search)
reston, wounded. Thomas Preston. William H. Price. J. H. Roberts, dead. Edward Roe. S. E. Roe. J. K. Rambo. A. F. Rambo. J. L. Ritchie. John W. Riddle, dead. A. D. Rosenbalm. W. M. Roe. Newton Roe, killed. J. C. Rush. John Russell, killed. David Ryburn, killed. F. S. Robertson. J. A. Rodefer. John B. Richards. D. P. Sandoe, dead. Robert Sanders. J. W. S. Sanders, wounded. S. D. Sanders. W. E. Scott, dead. J. J. Schwartz, wounded and dead. William Smith. John L. Smith. Thomas Smith. William (Buck) Smith, dead. William L. Snodgrass. W. Trigg Strother. Thomas J. Sheppard. C. F. Trigg. Thomas K. Trigg. W. W. Vaughan, wounded. John G. White, wounded. William White. R. C. Williams, killed. A. H. Webb. William B. White, dead. C. M. Waldon. A committee had been appointed to write to General Fitz. Lee, Colonel W. A. Morgan (the last colonel of the regiment), Colonel W. W. Blackford, the second captain of the com
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.23 (search)
nd on January 1, 1885, the institution was opened, the first inmate being a Mississippi man. Soon thereafter Mr. Robert I. Fleming, of Washington, at a cost of $2,500, enlarged, improved and remodelled the building on the grounds, and gradually handsome and commodious cottages were built and donated to the Home by Major Lewis Ginter, Hon. W. W. Corcoran, of Washington, Captain A. G. Babcock, Mr. Mark Downey, Mr. James B. Pace, Mr. W. H. Appleton, of New York, and the children of ex-Governor William Smith. In 1888 the board raised by private subscription from the people of Richmond about $5,000, with which they built and furnished the picturesque and and handsome Home chapel. The additional buildings erected by the board, including the mess hall, stable, &c., and the hospital, which last-named was completed this year, cost $35,000. Situation and surroundings. The Soldiers' Home is one of the most attractive places about Richmond, and in the summer it is a favorite drive. Lo