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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), United Confederate Veterans. (search)
xas; Capt. H. B. Stoddard, com. Camp 125. Vernon, Texas; Capt. S. E. Hatchett, com. Camy 126. Ladonia, Texas; Capt. G. W. Blakeney, corn.; med. offi., M. D. Drake, 1863, lieut.; members, 125; indigent, I; deaths, 2. Camp 127. Graham, Texas; Capt. A. T. Tray, com. Camp 128. Madisonville, Texas. Camp 129. Denton, Texas; Capt. Hugh McKenzie, com. Camp 130. Forney, Texas; Capt. T. M. Daniel, com.; members, 60; disabled, 2; deaths, 4; widows, 2. Camp 131. Tupelo, Miss.; Gen. Jno. M. Stone, corn.; med offi., W. H. Hunter, M. D., 1862, asst. surgeon; members, 100. Camp 132. Marianna, Fla.; Capt. N. J. Barnes, corn. Camp 133. Canton, Texas; Capt. T. J. Fowler, com. Camp 134. Franklin, Tenn.; Capt. B. F. Roberts, com. Camp 135. Gatesville, Texas; Jno. M. Brown, corn.; members, 287; disabled I; deaths, 5. Camp 136. Hempstead, Tex.; Capt. V. B. Thornton, corn.; med. offi., J. H. Morrison; members, 140; deaths, 2. Camp 137. Clinton, N. C.; R. H Holliday, corn
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memorial address (search)
reet, A. P. Stewart, G. W. Smith, R. H. Anderson and Van Dorn of the Confederate, and Rosecranz, Pope, Sikes, Doubleday, Stone and Reynolds of the Federal army were members. Mexican war. Graduating in 1842, he was still a second lieutenant whommand of his division in the field when active operations were resumed. Ordered to Northern Virginia—friendship for Gen. Stone. His first connection with the army of Northern Virginia was when, early in December, 1861, he was ordered to reportd which evinced the strength and warmth of General Hill's affection for his early friends, even in the Federal army. General Stone was in charge of the force on the opposite side of the river, and after writing an official letter sent under flag ofn him to prison. This led to the interchange of several kind messages appended to similar communications. Unfortunately Stone was a pronounced Democrat, and, like McClellan, was unwilling to recant or repent. Seizing upon this excuse Stanton arre
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.12 (search)
legations of veterans. The Jeff Davis Volunteers also arrived from Fayette and met a hearty welcome. To-day two trains from Jackson and Meridian brought large accessions to the gathering, which was additionally recruited by large arrivals by steamers from Natchez, Greenville and points along the river. The day having been declared a holiday, the entire population of the city was out to receive the visitors, and the streets were thronged. Ex-Governor Lowry, State Treasurer Evans and Auditor Stone, arrived by the early train from Jackson, and were received with a salute by the artillery, and with unbounded enthusiasm, both being very popular here. During the morning the survivors of the First Mississippi Artillery held an interesting meeting, and there were many other events of a similar nature. At noon the visiting veterans assembled at the Vicksburg Hotel for luncheon. The beautiful rotunda had been draped with flags and bunting, and adorned with a wealth of flowers. Tab