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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
n Ross, J. Furgerson, Corporal J. F. Robertson, Private I. M. Loften. Co. C. Sergeant Isaac Epton. Private Jas. Berry, Private H. J. Erwin, J. W. Lake. Co. D. Private Jas. Sutler. Co. E. Sergeant——Brigman H. G. Price Private J. A. Jones, H. L. Godbolt, Private T. F. Huggins, C. C. Wellington, bolt, W. Hullam. Co. F. Sergeant R. A. Boyd, Corporal J. Darly, S. F. Kirk, T. L. Allen, J. A. Carter, Private W. C. Hedgepath, A. P. Varnadon, E. B. Quinton, J. A. Thomas, J. Otis, J. S. M. Roberts, R. Varnadon, Jas. Taylor, Private J. D. Allbright, J. C. Woods, J. M. Quinton, W. G. Tennant, H. P. Halsell, Samuel Reid, Dan'l Tinkler, W. E. Halsell, R. McNinch, J. C. Boyd, Brown Wilson, J. M. Hamilton, Ben. Dove. Co. G. Sergeant W. McEachen, Corporal E. B. Quick, Private R. J. Bearden, W. E. Cox, H. C. Dew, S. S. McCall, Private N. D. McLaurin, G. McLaurin, James Seals, R. F. Haithcock, D. H. Hamer. Co. H. Sergeant
me poor wounded soldiers, who as they were being carried off the field waved their hands toward the scene of conflict. After marching through a body of thick pines, our company, being situated upon the extreme left wing of the regiment, happened to fall suddenly upon a half-core or more of New York Zouaves. We took a captain and several others prisoners, and killed all the rest — They had on red pantaloons and a blue fatigue shirt. It was by the bullet of one of these desperadoes that Mr Jas Thomas, a worthy member of our company, lost his life. Owing to various impediments in our route, our lines were thrown somewhat into confusion; but the regiment was soon arranged again, drawn up in full battle array in full view of the enemy. We were held here as more spectators, awaiting further orders, and exposed, in the meanwhile, to a continual shower of the enemy's bullets. When the command was given to advance, the whole regiment went in double-quick time, cheering and firing as