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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), United Confederate Veterans. (search)
ers, 25; disabled, 2. Camp 20. Natchez, Miss.; Col. F. J. V. LeCaud, corn.; med. offi., L. C. Profield, July, 1862, major: members, 110; disabled, 3; indigent, 1; deaths, 9. Camp 21. Hattensburg, Miss.; Capt. G. D. Hardfield, com, Camp 22. Fayette, Miss.; Capt. W. L. Stephen, corn.; med. offi., A. K. McNair, 1862, captain; members, 23; disabled, 2; deaths, 2. Camp 23. Holly Springs, Miss,; Capt. Jas. F. Fand, com. Camp 24. Jackson, Miss.; Capt. W. D. Holder, corn. Camp 25. Meridian, Miss.; Capt. W. F. Brown, corn. Camp 26. Edwards, Miss.; Col. W. A. Montgomery, com.; med. offi., E. S. P. Pool; private; members, 45; disabled, 2. Camp 27. Columbus, Miss.; Dr. B. A. Vaughan, corn. Camp 28. Memphis, Tenn.; Col. Frazer, corn. Camp 29. Cameron, Texas: Capt. E. S. McIver, corn. Camp 30. Decatur, Texas; Capt. J. E. Simmons, com.; med. offi., Dr. J. Ford; private; members, 285; deaths, 7; Home, Austin, Texas. Camp 31. Dallas, Texas; Capt. J. D. Thurston, com.; med.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.12 (search)
ets and tears; theirs the eternal peace. Before the unveiling. Assembled Veterans Entertained—March to the monument. The morning dawned cloudy and threatening, A heavy shower fell, but the storm center soon passed away. Visitors had arrived in large numbers during the previous night, among them General S. D. Lee and S. W. Ferguson, with several delegations of veterans. The Jeff Davis Volunteers also arrived from Fayette and met a hearty welcome. To-day two trains from Jackson and Meridian brought large accessions to the gathering, which was additionally recruited by large arrivals by steamers from Natchez, Greenville and points along the river. The day having been declared a holiday, the entire population of the city was out to receive the visitors, and the streets were thronged. Ex-Governor Lowry, State Treasurer Evans and Auditor Stone, arrived by the early train from Jackson, and were received with a salute by the artillery, and with unbounded enthusiasm, both being v