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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Historical memorial of the Charlotte Cavalry. (search)
mber 10. Darkesville, W. Va., September 12. Opequon, Va., September 19. Winchester, Va., September 19. Front Royal Pike, Va., September 21. Milford, Va., September 22. Luray, Va., September 24. Port Republic, Va., September 26. Waynesboro, Va., September 29. Brown's Gap, Va., October 4. Strasburg, Va., October 9. David Dice wounded. Fisher's Hill, Va., October 9. Woodstock, Va., October 10. Cedar Creek, Va., October 1. Charles Hundley wounded. Stony Point, Va., October 19. Bentonville, Va., October 23. Milford, Va., October 25, 26. Cedarville, Va., November 12. Andrew Beirne wounded, captured and died in prison. Thos. N. Read and B. W. Wood captured. Front Royal, Va., November 22. Berry's Ford, Va., December 17. Madison C. H., Va., December 20. Liberty Mills, Va., December 22. Jack's Shop, Va., December 23. Gordonsville, Va., December 24. 1865. ( the Regiment was furloughed for two months and transferred to Be
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Roster of Company E, Nineteenth Virginia Infantry. (search)
Roster of Company E, Nineteenth Virginia Infantry. Brief story of war life. Headquarters Goss-Grigsby Camp, No. 93, Confederate Veterans, Stony Point, Va. Editor of The Times-Dispatch: Sir,—I send to your Confederate column muster roll of officers and men of E Company, 19th Virginia Regiment. In March, 1902, Col Charles S. Peyton, now of Ronceverte, W. Va., who assisted in the organization of the company, and was its first captain, whilst on a visit to his old home, Stony Point, Va., with the assistance of the late John W. Goss, and myself commenced this work. When Colonel Peyton returned to West Virginia he requested me to complete ther as this roll goes it is correct. Lynn L. Goss. This company was organized April, 1860, and known as The Piedmont Guards, with headquarters at Stony Point, Albemarle County, Va. On the 10th of May, 1861, at Culpeper Courthouse, Va., it was mustered into service by Lieutenant-Colonel John B. Strange. The first colonel of the
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.30 (search)
20, 1906. List of officers and Roster of Company E, Nineteenth Virginia Infantry. Headquarters Gross-Grigsby Camp, No. 93, Confederate Veterans, Stony Point, Va. Editor of The Times-Dispatch: Sir,—I send to your Confederate column muster roll of officers and men of E Company, Nineteenth Virginia Regiment. In March Charles S. Peyton, now of Ronceverte, W. Va., who assisted in the organization of the company, and was its first captain, whilst on a visit to his old home, Stony Point, Va., with the assistance of the late John W. Goss, and myself, commenced this work. When Colonel Peyton returned to West Virginia he requested me to complete thr as this roll goes it is correct. Lynn L. Goss. This company was organized April, 1860, and known as The Piedmont Guards, with headquarters at Stony Point, Albemarle county, Va. On the 10th of May, 1861, at Culpeper Courthouse, Va., it was mustered into service by Lieutenant-Colonel John B. Strange. The first colonel of the
One hundred dollars reward --I will give the above reward for the delivery of my negro boy, Lewis, (he calls himself Lewis Sims.) to C. W. M. Hubball, on 2d street, Richmond, Va. Said boy is black; about five feet ten inches in height; with several small scars upon his throat, caused by being lanced. He was last seen at Williamsburg on the evening of the battle at that place. It is highly probable that he is now with some regiment of the Confederate army, or may have been arrested and put in some prison in Richmond. Any person giving me information that may lead to his recovery will get the above reward. The above reward will be paid by Mr. Hubball on delivery of the negro to him. Residence as above stated. Address me, at Stony Point, Albemarle county, Va. E. M. Lowe, late of company G. jy 15--6t* 8th Virginia regiment.
One hundred dollars reward. --I will give the above reward for the delivery of my negro boy, Lewis, (he calls himself Lewis Sims,) to C. W. M. Hubball, on 2d street, Richmond, Va. Said boy is black; about five feet ten inches in height; with several small scars upon his throat, caused by being lanced. He was last seen at Williamsburg on the evening of the battle at that place. It is highly probable that he is now with some regiment of the Confederate army, or may have been arrested and put in some prison in Richmond. Any person giving me information that may lead to his recovery will get the above reward. The above reward will be paid by Mr. Hubball on delivery of the negro to him. Residence as above stated. Address me, at Stony Point, Albemarle county, Va. E. M. Lowe, late of company G, jy 15--6t 8th Virginia regiment.
The Daily Dispatch: July 15, 1862., [Electronic resource], The report of Yankees at Gordonsville. (search)
One hundred dollars reward. --I will give the above reward for the delivery of my negro boy. Lewis, (he calls himself Lewis Sims,) to C. W. M. Hubball, on 2d street, Richmond, Va. Said boy is black; about five feet ten inches in height; with several small scars upon his throat, caused by being lanced. He was last seen at Williamsburg on the evening of the battle at that place. It is highly probable that he is now with some regiment of the Confederate army, or may have been arrested and put in some prison in Richmond. Any person giving me information that may lead to his recovery will get the above reward. The above reward will be paid by Mr. Hubball on delivery of the negro to him. Residence as above stated. Address me, at Stony Point, Albemarle county, Va. E. M. Lowe, late of company G, jy 15--6t* 8th Virginia regiment.