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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Black Eagle Company. (search)
a., 18th July, 1861. Harrison, Randolph, second captain; promoted colonel in Wise's Legion; lost his leg near Petersburg, Va., April, 1865; dead. Shields, Dr. Thomas P., third captain; wounded at Gaines' Mill, Va., 27th June, 1862; promoted surgeon. Leitch, Thomas M., second lieutenant; exempted from service 1862. CockThomas M., second lieutenant; exempted from service 1862. Cocke, Edmund R., fourth captain; wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., 1863. Weymouth, John E,, first lieutenant; wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., 1863; dead. Austin, Cornelius, second lieutenant; killed at Gettysburg, Pa., 1863. Cocke, William F., third lieutenant; killed at Gettysburg, Pa., 1863. Dobbs, Henry J., color sergeant; promo E. M., exempted from service, 1861. Goodman, Robert T., wounded July 20th, near Manassas, Va., 1861. Goodman, W. D., transferred to cavalry, 1862. Gray, Thomas A., substituted, 1862; dead. Harrison, Dr. T. J., promoted surgeon, 1861; dead. Harris, Henry J., transferred to cavalry, 1862. Hudgins, Elijah G., subs
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Review of the Gettysburg campaign. (search)
oks now after the lapse of forty-four years, it is almost incomprehensible how the situation could have escaped the attention of General Lee or of General Hill, or their subordinates in rank. It would appear that everybody was of the same mind as A. P. Hill, and was content with what had been gained. Up to this time two brigades of Pender's divisions had not been seriously engaged. Lane's brigade with Johnson's battery was looking out for Buford's cavalry on the flank, and both that and Thomas' brigade were fresh enough for further work. There was still three hours of daylight, and Anderson's division was close at hand. But the golden opportunity was let go by, and the Confederates contented themselves with the capture of about four thousand prisoners and a few pieces of artillery. It is due to General Early to say that after the war he published an article in the Southern Historical Society Papers, inspired doubtless by a generous desire to vindicate the reputation of his co
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.9 (search)
field at the shortest notice. Portsmouth can well afford to be proud of Battery C, and her younger citizens are always eager to fill its ranks whenever a vacancy occurs, for being a member of this organization means something to a young man which he will carry proudly with him through life. The city and its citizens are proud that they have for their own, the oldest artillery organization in the State of Virginia, which maintains and will always maintain a record which the city of Portsmouth can hold up with pride to the world. The present officers of the battery are: Captain, Harry H. Brinkley; first lieutenants, J. Lewis Thomas and Lewis W. Thoman; second lieutenants, J. Warren Thompson and I. Lindsay Leafe. The present storage facilities are by far too small for its needs, and some effort will be made to at least double the size of the gun-room. The members say it would be a paying investment for the city to help this organization by doubling the size of its gun shed.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
r, Lt. Col. R. M., 16. Dahlgren, War-time story of, 198; Defeat of Raid of, 351. Daniel, Hon. John W., 172. Davis, Jefferson. Statement as to causes of his long imprisonment, 243; Reward for arrest of 249. Dearing, Jim, Boy Brigadier, 70, 313. De Lagnel, Major J. A., 16. Douglas, Col H. Kyd, 318. Drewry's Bluff, Errors as to Battle of, corrected, 179. Early, Gen. J. A., 118. Ellyson, J. Taylor, 164. Elzey, Gen. A., 357. Etheredge, Major W. H., 207. Evans, Thomas R. 303. Ewell, Gen. R. S., 33,113; defended 336. Farinholt, Col. B. L., 321. Five Forks, Story of Battle of, 172. Flying machine of the Confederacy, 302. Fredericksburg, Suffering in, after the battle, 355. Forrest in West Tennessee, 304; Bravest of brave, 364. Forsyth, Gen. James W., 174. Franklin, Admiral, 42. Freelinghuysen, Joseph S., 165. General, Capture of the Engine, 264. Gettysburg Campaign 210; deliberate insinuations as to and reflections on, 211,