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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 3., The opposing forces at Perryville, Ky., October 8th, 1862. (search)
ith (k); 5th Wis. Battery, Capt. Oscar F. Pinney. Brigade loss: k, 121; w, 314; m, 64=499. Thirty-first Brigade, Col. William P. Carlin: 21st Ill., Col. John W. S. Alexander; 38th Ill., Maj. Daniel H. Gilmer; 101st Ohio, Col. Leander Stem; 15th Wis., Col. Hans C. Heg; 2d Minn. Battery, Capt. William A. Hotchkiss. Brigade loss: w, 10. Thirty-second Brigade, Col. William W. Caldwell: 25th Il1., Lieut.-Col. James S. McClelland; 35th Ill., Lieut.-Col. William P. Chandler; 81st Ind., Lieut.-Col. John Timberlake; 8th Kan. (battalion), Lieut.-Col. John A. Martin; 8th Wis. Battery, Capt. Stephen J. Carpenter. Cavalry: B, 36th Ill., Capt. Samuel B. Sherer. Eleventh division, Brig.-Gen. Philip H. Sheridan. Thirty-fifth Brigade, Lieut.-Col. Bernard Laiboldt: 44th Ill., Capt. Wallace W. Barrett; 73d Ill., Col. James F. Jaquess; 2d Mo., Capt. Walter Hoppe (k); 15th Mo., Maj. John Weber. Brigade loss: k, 22; w, 102; m, 1 = 125. Thirty-sixth Brigade, Col. Daniel McCook: 85th Ill., Col. Robert
Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War. Volume 3., The opposing forces at Stone's River, Tenn. (search)
ol. J. W. S. Alexander (w), Lieut.-Col. Warren E. McMackin; 38th Ill., Lieut.-Col. Daniel H. Gilmer; 101st Ohio, Col. Leander Stem (m w and c), Lieut.-Col. Moses F. Wooster (m w and c), Maj. Isaac M. Kirby, Capt. Bedan B. McDonald; 15th Wis., Col. Hans C. Heg. Brigade loss: k, 129; w, 498; m, 194 = 821. Third (late Thirty-second) Brigade, Col. William E. Woodruff: 25th Ill., Col. Thomas D. Williams (k), Capt. Wesford Taggart; 35th Ill., Lieut.-Col. William P. Chandler; 81st Ind., Lieut.-Col. John Timberlake. Brigade loss: k, 32; w, 179; in, 47 = 258. Artillery: 2d Minn. (2d Brigade), Capt. William A. Hotchkiss; 5th Wis. (1st Brigade), Capt. Oscar F. Pinney (m w), Lieut. Charles B. Humphrey; 8th Wis. (3d Brigade), Capt. Stephen J. Carpenter (k), Sergt. Obadiah German, Lieut. Henry E. Stiles. Artillery loss embraced in brigades to which attached. Second division, Brig.-Gen. Richard W. Johnson. First (late Sixth) Brigade, Brig.-Gen. August Willich (c), Col. William Wallace, Col. W
Florida volunteers. --The Second Regiment of Florida Volunteers, one thousand men, under the command of Col. Gorge T. Ward, were expected in Richmond yesterday via Petersburg Railroad. The staff officers of this fine body of soldiers are: George T. Ward, Colonel; Samuel S. Geo. Rogers, Lieutenant Colonel; L. G. Pyles, Major; Lieutenant Thomas, Adjutant; John Timberlake, Chaplain. The regiment is composed of the following companies: Columbia Rifies, Captain Moore; Madison Rangers, Capt. Pillings; Hammock Guards, Captain Hopkins; Gulf State Guards, Capt. McClellan; Tallahassee Guards, Capt. Brevard; Davis Guards, Capt. Call; Alachua Guards, Capt. Williams; Jacksonville Beauregards, Captain Daniels; Hamilton Blues, Captain Stuart; St. John's Grays, Captain J. J. Daniels. The regiment has in charge twenty prisoners of war, consisting of nineteen men and Lt. George L. Selden, of the U. S. Navy. These men were captured off Cedar Keys, Florida, by a detachment
The Recorder, of Tuesday, says: The people of the lower end of the town were very much excited and disturbed on Sunday evening, caused by the discharge of a pistol. Upon an investigation as to the cause of this, it transpired that Mr. John Timberlake, Jr., son of the city jailor, and an attache of the railroad, and Mr. Dietrich, had an altercation, growing out of certain offensive words spoken by Dietrich of some young ladies, who were personal friends of Mr. T.'s. In the melee previous tr. T. denied, and affirmed that the injury complained of — a wound on the forehead — was caused by the ball from the pistol. Three surgeons were called in and a majority decided that the injury must have been inflicted by the cane. The witnesses were agreed that Mr. Timberlake made excellent time in leaving after Mr. D. drew the pistol upon him. The Mayor bound both parties over to keep the peace for six months, and reserved his decision on the morits of the question until this morning
The Daily Dispatch: November 22, 1862., [Electronic resource], The appearance of the Yankee Army in Front of Fredericksburg — shells Thrown into the town — supposed destination of the threatening force. (search)
e immediately over one of their pieces among the men. Nearly, if not all, the sadness of the enemy fell within the corporation — Several passed through the house of Mr. S. H. Owns. Some four or five passed in the vicinity of Mr. J. J. Chew's and Mr. J. H. Bradley's residences. One fell in the garden of Mr. Joseph Alsep which fronts on Main street, where the courses, except in the immediate vicinity, are closely built. There was also one shot through the Paper Mill, George, a son of Mr. John Timberlake, who was at the upper and of town, a looker on, had the loss of one foot lacerated by a passing shot, which was the only injury sustained on the part of citizens. Tuesday was a remarkably quiet day. No firing on either side. The only incident was the gallant conduct of Capt. Green, of the 47th regiment, (at home here on special duty.) and a squad of four men. With four cavalrymen Capt. G. crossed the Rappahannock at Banks's Ford, a few miles above this place, dashed at a wagon t