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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War: The Opening Battles. Volume 1., The opposing forces at Shiloh. (search)
on: 1st Ark., Col. James F. Fagan; 4th La., Col. H. W. Allen (w), Lieut.-Col. S. E. Hunter; 13th La., Major A. P. Avegno (m w), Capt. S. O'Leary (w), Capt. E. M. Dubroca; 19th La., Col. Benjamin L. Hodge, Lieut.-Col. J. M. Hollingsworth. Brigade loss: k, 97; w, 488; m, 97 =682. Second Brigade, Brig.-Gen. Patton Anderson: 1st Fla. Battalion, Major T. A. McDonell (w), Capt. W. G. Poole, Capt. W. C. Bird; 17th La., Lieut.-Col. Charles Jones (w); 20th La., Col. August Reichard; 9th Texas, Col. W. A. Stanley; Confederate Guards Response Battalion, Major Franklin H. Clack; 5th Company Washington (La.) Artillery, Capt. W. I. Hodgson. Brigade loss: k, 69; w, 313; m, 52 =434. Third Brigade, Col. Preston Pond, Jr.: 16th La., Maj. Daniel Gober; 18th La., Col. Alfred Mouton (w), Lieut.-Col. A. Roman; Crescent (La.) Regt., Col. Marshall J. Smith; Orleans Guard Battalion, Major Leon Querouze (w); 38th Tenn., Col. R. F. Looney; Ala. Battery, Capt. Wm. H. Ketchum. Brigade loss: k, 89; w, 336; m, 16
rst Arkansas Infantry. No. 170.-Col. H. W. Allen, Fourth Louisiana Infantry. No. 171.-Capt. E. M. Dubroca, Thirteenth Louisiana Infantry. No. 172.-Col. B. L. Hodge, Ninteenth Louisiana Infantry. No. 173.-Brig. Gen. Patton Anderson, C. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade. No. 174.-Capt. W. G. Poole, Florida Battalion (infantry). No. 175.-Lieut. Col. Charles Jones, Seventeenth Louisiana Infantry. No. 176.-Col. August Reichard, Twentieth Louisiana Infantry. No. 177.-Col. W. A. Stanley, Ninth Texas Infantry. No. 178.-Maj. Franklin H. Clack, Confederate Guards Response Battalion. No. 179.-Capt. W. Irving Hodgson, Fifth Company Washington (Louisiana) Artillery. No. 180.-Col. Preston Pond, jr., Sixteenth Louisiana Infantry, commanding Third Brigade. No. 181.-Maj. Daniel Gober, Sixteenth Louisiana Infantry. No. 182.-Col. Alfred Mouton, Eighteenth Louisiana Infantry. No. 183.-Col. Marshall J. Smith, Crescent (Louisiana) Infantry. No. 184.-Col. R. F. L
k, says: . . . It was now twilight. As soon as we had placed a hill between us and the gunboats, the troops moved slowly, and apparently with reluctance, from the direction of the river. It was eight o'clock at night before we had reached a bivouac near General Bragg's headquarters, and in the darkness of the night the 20th Louisiana, and portions of the 17th and Confederate Guards, got separated from that portion of the command in which I was, and encamped on other ground. 6. Colonel W. A. Stanley, 9th Texas, in his Report, p. 312 of the same work, says: At this point, night put a close to the action for the day of the 6th. We retired from this point to form our encampment for the night, our troops being more or less scattered, some having been completely exhausted from the fatigues of the day. 7. Colonel Augustus Reichard, 20th Louisiana, in his Report, p. 320 of the same work, says: . . . My regiment was separated from the rest of the brigade, and, as night set in,
as engagements at Camp Bisland, Berwick's bay, Fordoche, Bayou Bourbeaux, Mansfield, Pleasant Hill and Jenkins' Ferry. Having completed a statement of the campaigns within the State, it is but an act of justice to the Texas troops who were engaged in other States during the war to give some account of their service additional to the reference which has already been made to Texas troops in Virginia or elsewhere. At the battle of Shiloh there were present the Ninth Texas infantry, Col. W. A. Stanley; Second Texas infantry, Col. John C. Moore; the Texas Rangers (Eighth), now under Col. John A. Whatton. In service in Tennessee in 1862-63 were the Tenth Texas cavalry, Col. M. F. Locke; Eleventh cavalry, Col. J. C. Burks, Lieut.-Col. J M. Bounds; Fourteenth cavalry, Col. J. L. Camp, Capt. R. H. Hartley; Fifteenth cavalry, Col. J. A. Andrews— Matt Ector's brigade; Eighteenth Texas cavalry, Col. Thos. Harrison; Capt. J. P. Douglas' battery (formerly the Good battery, organized at Dalla
the fight of the 8th, Captain Cooke and Lieutenants Storey and Gordon and 4 others were wounded, and 2 killed. The Ninth infantry (aggregate 226), under Col. W. A. Stanley, was with the brigade of Patton Anderson, who reported: Colonel Stanley, of the Ninth Texas regiment, has already been incidentally alluded to. The languagColonel Stanley, of the Ninth Texas regiment, has already been incidentally alluded to. The language of eulogy could scarcely do more than simple justice to the courage and determination of this officer and his valorous Texans. Ever in the thickest of the fight, they were always ready to respond to any demand upon their courage and endurance. Stanley reported the loss of 14 killed, including Capt. J. J. Dickson and Lieutenant Stanley reported the loss of 14 killed, including Capt. J. J. Dickson and Lieutenant Hamil, two of his bravest officers, and 42 wounded. Siege of Corinth. When Confederate forces were concentrated at Corinth under General Beauregard, the returns for May, 1862, show the following Texas commands present: Ninth regiment, Maxey's brigade, Cheatham's division; Second regiment, Col. J. C. Moore's brigade, Ruggle
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Battle of Shiloh: refutation of the so-called lost opportunity, on the evening of April 6th, 1862. (search)
wound dressed, I immediately returned to the field in search of my command. Fell in with General Ruggles and reported myself to him. He invited me to remain with him, as the action was drawing to a close. The enemy having retired and left us in possession of the field, and being unable to find more than fifty of my command, I, with my adjutant (also wounded), retired with this small force to the ambulance depot to assist the wounded, and retired for the night. —(Ibid, page 506). Colonel W. A. Stanley (Ninth Texas), of the same brigade and division of Bragg's corps, reported on the 15th of April: In the meantime firing continued incessantly on our right; we were then ordered to join the command in that direction, which was reported to have the enemy badly routed and driving them toward their gunboats. After proceeding some distance we found ourselves in the range of shot and shell fired from the boats and vicinity. At this point night put a close to the action of the day o
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
, 354; proportion of males in army of, 437. Southern-born Generals in the Federal army, 436; in the U. S. army, 437; genius developed by the war, 281; religious sentiment of the soldiers, 195; their heroism, 222. 416; fortitude and sufferings of, 290; resorts of necessity and inventions, 292. Spartan Scytale Cypher, 103. Spinola, 447. Spotsylvania. Battle of, 21. Spring Hill, Battle of, 352, 373. Stafford, Gen, 450. Staley's Creek, 65. Stamp Act, The, 3, 6, 431. Stanley, Col. W. A., 304. Staples, Hon. W. R., 271. Steadman, Col. James M., 16. Stedman. Lt. A. J., 92. Steele, Capt., 25. Stephens, Hon. A. H., 273. Sterrett, Capt., 88. Stevens, Col. C. H., 136, 140, 143, 144. Stevens, Gen.. 428. Stevens, J. Adger, 175. Stevens, Rev. Mr., 128. Stewart, Gen. A. P., 244, 312, 387. Stewart, Major. 72. Stewart, Capt. R A., 70. Stiles, Major, Robert, 296 Stoney. Capt. W. E , 188 Stoneman. Gen. Geo., 63, 65, 66. Stonewall Brigade, 15. Story. Just