The honor roll of the University of Virginia, from the times-dispatch, December 3, 1905.
Students at this splendid institution who died in defense of South's cause.
Names that cannot die.
Will be preserved in marble, as they are in the hearts of loved ones.
XXI Southern Historical Society's Papers for the glowing address of the late Major Robert Stiles at the dedication of the monument to the dead of the University of Virginia, delivered January 7th, 1893.
Some errors in the list have been corrected in the reprint in this volume, and queries appended to some names.
By the courtesy of Professor J. W. Mallet, of the University of Virginia, who, himself an Englishman, is English like and Honors the brave.
I am able to send to you the Honor Roll of the students of the University of Virginia who were killed, died or lost in actual military service of the Confederacy.
They number four hundred and forty-five (445).
Near Westminster Abbey is
Sharpsburg or Antietam Battle of, a bloody contest, 110; 15th Va. at 97; losses as compared with those of other great battles 105
Smith, Captain James Power, 135, 258
Smyth, Colonel Thos.
Sorrel's Recollections, 25
Southern, Genius, Contributions of to National prosperity, 162; heroism and magnaminity, 162; sacrifices, 164
Spotsylvania C. H., Battle near, 260, 320; forces engaged at, 321
Springfield Landing, surprise at, 90
Stewart Colonel W. H., 353
Stiles, Major Robert, 17, 43
Terrill, General J. E. B killed, 57
Thomas, Richard S., 112
Thomas, Samuel, 112
University of Virginia, Honor Roll of, 43
Vandalism Federal, 275
Vandever, Major, 293
Walthall, Captain W. T. 209
Warrenton Springs, Battle of, 248
Washington, Advance on 266
Whitfield, Surgeon Geo., 292
Wilderness, Battle of, 22, 292, 341
Willis, General Edward, 57
Williamsburg, Battle of, 217, 273, 284
Whistling Soldiers, 246