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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 26 4 Browse Search
Robert Stiles, Four years under Marse Robert 16 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 16 2 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.14 (search)
hall, and half an hour later, headed by their splendid drum corps, marched to the Union depot to meet their guests from Richmond, who arrived here shortly before 7 o'clock. They were Colonel William H. Palmer, Colonel Alexander W. Archer, Major Robert Stiles, Honorable J. Taylor Ellyson, Major Thomas A. Brander, R. B. Munfora, Honorable Joseph Bryan, William R. Trigg, Colonel William E. Tanner, Tudge Henry W. Flournoy, Colonel William P. Smith, Colonel John Murphy, Captain Thomas Ellett, Judgeess of a hero indeed, a worthy companion of his commander, a worthy leader of men, whom to have followed as most of you did, in however humble a position entitles you to distinction. Other toasts were made by Commander W. Gordon McCabe, Major Robert Stiles, Mr. Joseph Bryan, of the Richmond Times; Colonel William P. Smith, Captain John Tyler, Commander A. W. Archer, William R. McKenney and others. Commander McCabe read the following letter: Petersburg, Va., November 29, 1892. dear S
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.17 (search)
. Brander moved that a committee of five be appointed to propose the names of the officers and the Executive Committee. Adopted; and the following gentlemen were appointed: N. V. Randolph, Thomas O. Ranson, James White, D. Gardner Tyler, and Robert Stiles. Other addresses. In response to calls, the following gentlemen also came forward and made short, appropriate addresses: General Jubal A. Early, Captain W. Gordon McCabe, of Virginia, and Major Robert Stiles. By this time the committMajor Robert Stiles. By this time the committee had returned, and reported the names of the following gentlemen as officers for the ensuing year, and the report was unanimously agreed to: President—Judge George L. Christian. First Vice-President—Judge T, S. Garnett. Second Vice-President—General Thomas L. Rosser. Third Vice-President—Hon. R. T. Barton. Secretary—Captain Thomas Ellett. Treasurer—Private Robert J. Bosher. Executive Committee—Colonel W. E. Cutshaw (chairman), Private J. T. Gray, Captain E. P. Ree
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Unveiling of the statue of General Ambrose Powell Hill at Richmond, Virginia, May 30, 1892. (search)
Confederate gray, and preceded by their drum corps, which made the air quake with their merry music. Colonel A. W. Archer, their commander, was at their head. At least one hundred and fifty of the gallant old soldiers were in the line. Major Robert Stiles, on a spirited horse, accompanied this command. He was dressed in the little gray jacket he wore during the war, and looked every inch a soldier as he galloped around on his steed. The Maryland Veterans. There was a great hurrah fros E. V. Williams, L. W. Brander and Thomas W. Brander. They wore blue sashes. A group of war Howitzers—embracing Major H. C. Carter, Jeter Bosher, J. B. Lambert, Carlton McCarthy, W. H. McCarthy, J. V. L. McCreery, Charles Poindexter, Major Robert Stiles, and others—marched together in the parade, cheered themselves hoarse, and manfully braved the heat and dust of the long march. Breaking ranks and leaving the city. Just before the command to break ranks was given to the First Virgin