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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Semmes' Georgia Brigade. (search)
, Co. H, 12th N. C. Richard G. Proctor, Co. K, 23d N. C. John C. Phillips, Co. G, 21st Ga. John L. Passman, Co. C, 6th Ala. Benjamin D. Porter, Co. I, 6th Ala. Wiley B. Rowland, Co. B, 4th Ga. Theodrick Redford, Co. K, 13th N. C. William L. Smith, Co. H, 23d N. C. Marcus Setzer, Co. A, 12th N. C. John D. H. Saunders, Co. D, 12th Ga. Charles B. Sims, Co. D, 44th Ga. John W. Steele, Co. K, 5th Ala. Lafayette Shepherd, Co. A, 53d N. C. James Stallings, Co. G, 43d N. C. Alfred Stewart, Co. H, 53d N. C. Alexander C. Teel, Co. C, 14th N. C. William Vines, Co. C, 30th N. C. John M. Vails, Co. E, 5th Ala. William Whitaker, Co. F, 5th N. C. Private Jacob Williams, Co. H, 2d N. C. John T. Warren, Co. E, 2d N. C. Bryant W. Yelvington, Co. C, 3d Ala. Leary Young, Co. I, 14th N. C. Hos. Stew'd Chauncey S. Pomeroy. Private Jas. S. Baker, Co. D, 4th Ga. R. B. Pegram, Co. D, 30th N. C. C. H. Wilson, Co. I, 54th N. C. [85] I certify, upon honor, that this
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
Ward. Co. C. Private John Motley, James Long, R. M. Hanner, F. Shoffner, J. L. Scott, Private J. R. Wright, P. A. Wren, R. Hamin, James Malcolm, James Long. Co. D. Private John Cruse, J. K. P. Joyce, W. S. Lindsay, Private J. W. McMichael, W. P. Reynolds, Thos. H. Robertson. Co. E. Corporal A. J. Johnson, Private J. A. Bateman, F. Malcolm, J. A. Coleman, J. Jackson, Martin Hopkins, Private B. M. Lewis, Hugh Moore, J. Pender, F. L. R. Shelton, Alfred Stewart, J. P. Smothers. Co. F. Sergeant J. H. Lane, Private G. W. Booker, J. Cox, B. F. Hodges, Private Isaac Holt, Thomas Lewellen, Samuel McDaniel, C. W. Meaks. Co. G. Private A. Barham, T. C. Peay, A. M. Pegranr, L. Thomas, Private J. H. Edwards, B. J. Walker, A. Martin, J. B. Wheeler. Co. H. Private N. T. Atkins, J. A. Jones, W. D. Jarratt, S. Mansfield, Jas. Mansfield, Wm. Hobbs, Private A. G. Rice, Wm. Sadler, R. M. Small, R. Southard, J. Thacker
The Daily Dispatch: March 9, 1861., [Electronic resource], Arrival of Ex-President Buchanan at home (search)
Charleston.March 6. -- Cl'd, schrs. Chief, Norfolk; B. Vandiver. Richmond. Baltimore, March 7. --Cl'd, schrs. South Wind, Petersburg; Alfred Stewart, do., Susquehanna, do.
The Daily Dispatch: March 9, 1861., [Electronic resource], Arrival of Ex-President Buchanan at home (search)
er and his wife found it necessary to visit Mrs. Stewart. "Sae ye've gotten twa leddies bidin' wi' ye, Mrs. Stewart. Wha are they?" (Mrs. Stewart's mind was not made up yet, and she took caMrs. Stewart's mind was not made up yet, and she took care not to express herself too strongly at first.) "Ay, but I kenna wha they are. They havena te was tauld to leave them for the leddies at Mrs. Stewart's." "Whar frae?" "Callander." a richt." "We'll see. Good day." Mrs. Stewart, popping in her head, and then herself: "Arlly at her. "Never mind a name for me, Mrs. Stewart; you'll hear some time; but we'll be like t doubt, vowed vengeance. That evening, Mrs. Stewart commenced the attack again. "It's a cauld so cold, " she said. "No wonder," said Mrs. Stewart; "they's such silly shoes; they'll no keep you any nice old witch-stories to tell us, Mrs. Stewart, or things about the places here?" "Huhey'll find out much more," said Ally. Mrs. Stewart turned to me: "What kind o' tongue has she [7 more...]