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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.1 (search)
nant. Hoke's North Carolina brigade was not less distinguished for bravery than those already mentioned; with a single Louisiana brigade as support, it charged across the field on the third day, drove back the enemy, captured 100 prisoners and four flags. The brigade was commanded in its charge by Isaac E. Avery, colonel of the 6th North Carolina, who had been a student here 1847-48. He was wounded in the charge, and lived only long enough to write on an envelope crimson with his blood: Major Tate, tell my father I died with my face to the foe. Need we be surprised that with such examples of heroism as these, the death-roll of this University in the Gettysburg campaign foots up a score? Gen. James Johnston Pettigrew, Col. Harry King Burgwyn, Col. Isaac Erwin Avery, Lieut.-Col. Maurice Thompson Smith, Maj. Owen Neil Brown, Maj. George McIntosh Clark, Capt. Elijah Graham Morrow, Capt. Nicholas Collin Hughes, Capt. Thomas Watson Cooper, Capt. George Thomas Baskerville, Capt. Toel C
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.48 (search)
cus Deal, J. W. Justice. Company B—captains: James M. Neal, J. T. Conley, George H. Gardin. Lieutenants: Samuel H. Adams, James M. Higgins, Robert A. Tate, S. P. Tate. Company E—captains: Columbus C. Cole, Charles E. Harper, Joseph A. Hooper, Martin M. Wolfe, Robert W. Cole. Lieutenants: Andrew J. Busick, W. H. Faucett, Jril 25, 1863. Company B—Captain——; First Lieutenant: Robert A. Tate, August 1, 1863; Second Lieutenant: George H. Gardin, May 11, 1863; Second Lieutenant: Samuel P. Tate, August 1, 1863. Company E—Captain: Robert W. Cole, September 15, 1863; First Lieutenant: Andrew J. Busick, September 15, 1863; Second Lieutenant: Oliver CGaston V. Lamb, Company I; E. J. Dobson, Company K; Yancey M. C. Johnson, Company L; Columbus F. Siler, Company M. Lieutenants: William A. Tuttle, Company A; Samuel P. Tate, Company B; Andrew J. Busick, Company E; W. C. Orvell, Company E; Calvin H. Wilborne, Company L, Thirteenth. In Company F, but eight privates present fo