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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), United Confederate Veterans. (search)
Fla.; Capt. J. B. Johnston, corn. Camp 58. Jacksonville, Fla.; Col. Wm. Baya, com. Camp 59. Monticello, Fla.; Capt. W. C. Bird, corn. Camp 60. Tangipahoe, La.; Capt. O. P. Amacker, com. Camp 61. LaGrange, Texas; R. H. Phelpes, com.; med. offi., B. W. Bristow, asst. surg.; members, 35; disabled, I; Home, Austin, Texas. Camp 62. Lake Charles, Fla.; Dr. W. A. Knapp, corn.; med. offi., Dr. Jos. Ware, 1862-5, major; members, 150; deaths, 12. Camp 63. Corpus Christi, Texas; Capt. R. H. Sutherland, corn. Camp 64. Eutaw, Ala.; Capt. Geo. W. Cole, corn. Camp 65. Athens, Texas; D. M. Morgan, corn.; med. offi., Thos. Mathews, 1863, 1st. lieut.; members, 265; deaths, 2; Home, Austin, Texas. Camp 66. Tampases, Texas; D. C. Thomas, corn.; med. offi., Jas. A. Abney; asst. surg.; members, 130; disabled, 20; deaths, 5; Home, Austin, Texas. Camp 67. Granburg, Texas; J. A. Formirault, corn.; members, 101; deaths, 1; Home, Austin, Texas. Camp 68. McAlister, Ind. Ter.; Edwar
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Last days of the army of Northern Virginia. (search)
ade, to the extreme right of his entrenchments along the White Oak road, on the morning of the 29th, and Pickett's division, which had been relieved from the Bermuda Hundreds by Mahone, was transferred to the same point about day-light on the 30th. General Hill, commanding the Confederate corps on the right, stretched his lines still thinner so as to add to the force confronting Humphreys and Warren. General Lee ordered Fitz Lee's cavalry to Five Forks, and they arrived in the vicinity of Sutherland's station on the night of the 29th, the object of the concentration being to attack Sheridan and drive him back. Pickett's division was about 3,600 strong; Johnston's, 3,000; the cavalry of the two Lee's, about 4,000—making, with some other troops, a total of about 13,000 for the moveable column with which Lee hoped to strike some weak place in Grant's armor and crush his flanking force as he had so often done before. This is the best estimate I can make with the data at hand. One of