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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.20 (search)
Hon. R. M. T. Hunter. [from the Richmond, Va., Dispatch, Dec. 5, 1897.] An address by Colonel L. Q. Washington. The monument movement Revived. Mr. Hunter's birth, education, Early environments and public life. This address was to have been read at a joint meeting of the R. M. T. Hunter Monument Association and the Board of Supervisors of Essex county, appointed to be held at Tappahannock on the 24th of September, but which, owing to unavoidable causes, had to be postponed until the 20th of December. The address. Gentlemen—Some six years ago, in the town of Fredericksburg, I had the honor to preside over a meeting composed of influential citizens of this Commonwealth, when the initial steps were taken to organize an association for the purpose of removing the remains of the Hon. R. M. T. Hunter from their place of burial in Essex county, Virginia, to the capital of the State, at Richmond, and of erecting a monument at the tomb; and also of arranging such other test
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.43 (search)
ms of former prison friends and associates-shabbily dressed, torn, tattered and threadbare—they don't look like gentlemen. This is a matter of the slightest moment—they were my comrades in the sorsowful past and I love them. Yet I like not having to recall them in the bygone events through which they moved; hence the value of the printed roster. Here are seven Virginia officers whose names have been omitted in the list. They all embarked with the 600 on the Crescent City; they all returned to Virginia before the close of the war, and doubtless they are all now dead. Colonel Woolfolk, Orange county, Va., ranking officer of the Virginians. Major Evan Rice, Tappahannock, Va. Captain Chalkley, Chesterfield county, Va. Captain Fitzgerald, Norfolk, Va. Captain Haskins, Northern Valley of Virginia. First Lieutenant Charles R. Darracott, Sturdevant's Battery, Richmond, Va. Midshipman Leftwich, Lynchburg, Va. Respectfully, George Hopkins. Glen Allen, Va., August 27, 18