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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Eleventh North Carolina Regiment. (search)
n Lieutenant-Colonel Owens was elected Colonel of the Fifty-third. At the same time, May 6th, Captain E. A. Ross, of Company A, was promoted to the majority. The regiment, therefore, went into service early in May among the troops for the defence of Wilmington with the following organization: Colonel Collett Leventhorpe, Lieutenant-Colonel W. J. Martin, Major Egbert A. Ross, Surgeon John Wilson, Assistant-Surgeon J. Parks McCombs, Assistant-Quartermaster John N. Tate, Assistant-Commissary of Subsistence Pat J. Lowrie, Adjutant H. C. Lucas, Chaplain A. S. Smith, Captain W. L. Hand, Company A, Mecklenburg; Captain M. D. Armfield, Company B, Burke; Captain F. W. Bird, Company C, Bertie; Captain C. S. Brown, Company D, Burke; Captain J. S. A. Nichols, Company E, Mecklenburg; Captain E. A. Small, Company F, Chowan; Captain J. A. Jennings, Company G, Orange; Captain W. L. Grier, Company H, Mecklenburg; Captain A. S. Haynes, Company I, Lincoln; Captain J. M. Young, Company K, Buncombe.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Forty-Ninth N. C. Infantry, C. S. A. [from the Charlotte, N. C., Observer, October 20, 27, 1895.] (search)
Fortress Monroe to meet us, but, though we offered battle, no attack was made, and when we advanced, with Companies D and K of the Forty-ninth in the brigade front as skirmishers, the enemy fell back to the swamp. On the evening of the 10th we returned, via South Quay and Murfee's Station, to Weldon. On March 30th we began our march from Weldon by way of Murfreesboro and Winton, the latter place having been totally destroyed by the Federals in one of their raids, to Harrellsville, in Bertie county. At this place, Coleraine, and on the Chowan and beautiful Albemarle Sound, the month of April, 1864, was spent in the fullest enjoyment of all the delights of springtime; beautiful scenery on sound and river, and in the opening life of woods and flowers. The fish and other delicacies of this favored region touched a tender spot in the make — up of veterans, and caused us much congratulation that we had been chosen to cover this flank of the attack on and capture of Plymouth; and the