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The Daily Dispatch: January 2, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
Co. A. Private J. B. Donovan. Co. B. Private W. C. Taylor, John Sears, Private I. K. P. Wilkins. Co. C. Private Wm. Jesse, Benj. Tyler, James Prince, Peyton Parker, Private Cyrus Evans, J. Richardson, W. Newbill. Co. D. Corporal J. W. Bohannon, Private A. J. Diggs, J. T. Hughes, H. T. Diggs, Private L. J. M. Foster, E. Diggs, J. H. Hudgins, A. B. Hicks. Co. E. Sergeant J. H. Diggs, Corporal Peter Daniel, Private W. Lemons, William Thomas, Private Joel Thomas, G. Miller, W. C. Brooke. Co. F. Private M. Rowe, John Brown, John Green, Private E. Walker, B. F. Heywood, W. A. Cooper. Co. G. Private H. C. Lyne, R. A. Willson, R. H. T. Yarrington, Private R. C. Benton, R. A. Davis. Co. H. Private J. W. Bland, W. T. Hall, Private W. C. Scott, N. W. Corr, Private S. Riler, R. L. Williams, Private R. T. Johnson. Co. I. Sergeant J. L. Pollard, G. L. Owens, Corporal M. F. Schools, Private G. W. Ball, C. D. C
It commenced in a drinking saloon occupied by J. C. Aycocke. A letter to the Petersburg Express says: The fire spread with great rapidity east and west — on the east, burning J. J. Minetree's carriage-house, and a large two-story workshop, occupied by Mr. W. H. Ferguson, coach maker, &c. Yarbrough & Barrow's store, opposite, was rescued by great exertions, but it sustained considerable damage. The flames spread, also, west from the saloon, destroying R. Noble's store, occupied by Joel Thomas, and next to P. J. Brown & Son's and Wm. G. Collins' --lower story occupied by Dr. Edward Lawrence--from thence north, burning T. N. Carliles', Dr. W. R. King, Shaw & White, and greatly endangering the residence of Mrs. H. Shaw. From Collier's corner the devouring element crossed the street, burning to the ground the store of Ballard & Massenburg; also, N., B. Walker's and the Temperance Hall, where its devastations were checked by the almost superhuman efforts of those on hand. In