, John C., died prisoner at Fort Delaware, 1864.
Clemmer, George L., died since the war.
Carson, William, living at Middlebrook.
Dunlap, John C., died in Georgia since the war.
Gay, A. H., died prisoner at Fort Delaware, 1865.
Gladwell, P. F., killed at Port Republic, 1862.
Hanger, D. C., living at Spotswood.
Harlow, Samuel, living in Missouri.
Harlow, Nicholas, living at Rockbridge Baths.
Hupp, B. F., killed at Cedar Creek, 1864.
Kerr, R. Bruce, died in Georgia since the war.
Lotts, Cyrus, killed at Spotsylvania Courthouse, 1864.
McCutchan, J. R., living at Middlebrook.
McGuffin, Charles W., died since the war.
McMaCarson, John H., October 18, 1864, died December 25, 1892.
Cochran, John, October 18, 1864, died since the war.
Cook, George L., October 18, 1864, living in Georgia.
Dunlap, James C., October 18, 1864, living at Middlebrook.
Dull, John P., October 18, 1864, killed at Fort Steadman, March 25, 1865.
Hamilton, John G.,
e January previous to the meeting of the Baltimore Convention.
He refused to support General Cass for the Presidency, and gave his support to George M. Troup, of Georgia, and John A. Quitman, of Mississippi, who had been nominated by the more ultra Southern Democrats.
This line of conduct on the part of Mr. Yancey, naturally gaveled, and elections ordered for delegates.
Alabama passed the ordinance of secession January 11th, 1861—just a few days after South Carolina had led off. Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Arkansas and Texas pretty soon followed.
They agreed to form a provisional government with Montgomery as the capital.
The forts and arms were seizcamp.
Mr. Yancey died prior to the close of the war, and it was thought, from the effects of a blow on the head from an ink stand hurled at him by Ben Hill, of Georgia, in the Confederate Senate chamber in retaliation for something Yancey had uttered in a speech.
He lived long enough to realize that secession was a failure, and
Hood's Texas Brigade, 316.
Howlett House, Capture of, 177.
Hudgin, Captain, 179.
Hughes, R M, his Life of J. E. Johnston, 314.
Humphreys, cited, General, 61.
Indian Poll Bridge, 327
Jackson, Major C. L., 304.
Jackson, Gen. T J.; his system of combine, 38, 118; a Ride for him, 206; his widow described, 340.
Jackson, Mrs. T. J., 340.
Jackson and Lee, Characters of, 23.
Jericho Ford, 318.
Johnson, Gen., Edward, 239, 372.
Johnston, Gen. J. E., 148; his campaign in Georgia, 314, 325, 354.
Johnston, Capt. C. S. Navy, J. W., 291.
Jones, M. D, Ll. D , Joseph, 1.
Jones, Major-Gen., Sam., 303.
Jones, Gov. T. G., 57.
Jones, Wm. Ellis, wounded, 372.
Kane, Dr G A., 214,
Kane. Capt. Thos L, 302
Keelin, James, 295.
King's Mountain, Battle of, 113.
Lamb, Col. Wm., his defence of Fort Fisher, 257; mentioned, 327.
Lamb, Mrs., The heroine of Confederate Point, 289, 258
Lane, Gen. James H., 116.
Landmark, Norfolk, Va., cited, 322.