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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Harper's Ferry and first Manassas. (search)
Kinloch Nelson, of Clarke county, Va., later Lieutenant and Ordnance Officer of Kemper's Brigade, Pickett's Division; Professor in the Episcopal Theological Seminary of Virginia; died a few years and Philip Philip Nelson, of Clarke county, Va., later Lieutenant in the 2d Virginia Regiment of infantry, Stonewall Brigade; now (1900) Superintendent of Schools of Albemarle county, Va. Nelson, Bev. Jones, See notes 2, 3, 13 and 16. Ned Alexander, Edgar S. Alexander, of Moorefield, Hardy county, Va. I have not been able to trace the career of Ned Alexander. and myself. James M. Garnett, of Hanover county, Va., later Second Lieutenant, C. S. A., and Chief of Ordnance of the Valley District; first Lieutenant, P. A. C. S., and Ordnance Officer of the Stonewall Brigade, and Acting Ordnance Officer of Jackson's Division; Captain in charge of General Reserve Ordnance Train, A. N. Va., and lastly Ordnance Officer of Rodes's (later Grimes's) Division, 2d Corps, A. N. Va.; now (1900)
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.10 (search)
re, glancing backward, we could see any movement to find out where the Rebs had gone to. They then began to come back over the little eminence to Sparta. This prisoner rode with us to Brock's Gap. He evidently believed us bushwhackers. On the way he tremblingly asked if we were going to take his life. I told him we did not make war that way. He talked about his wife and children. We started him on foot through the mountains with the chance to escape. However, McNeill caught him over in Hardy and he was brought back after Sheridan's retreat and so got to Richmond after all. His horse was traded off to Dr. C. for ten gallons of apple brandy. A high, long, lean Rosinante of a horse he was—and a most unfortunate transaction it was, for while the brandy lasted the men refused to rendezvous for service. Day of the burning of the Valley. Several days after these incidents—to-wit, on the morning of the 6th of October, the ever memorable day of the burning—our little troop rendezv<