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The Daily Dispatch: March 22, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
James D. Porter, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 7.1, Tennessee (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 2 0 Browse Search
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James D. Porter, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 7.1, Tennessee (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Chapter 15: Tennessee and the Church. (search)
s could be had. Chaplains and missionaries. Baptist—W. T. Bennett, Twelfth Tennessee; C. S. Hearn, Fifth Tennessee; L. H. Milliken, Thirteenth Tennessee, chaplains. R. W. Horton, Nineteenth Tennessee; W. H. Whitsett, Fourth Tennessee cavalry, now one of the most eminent men in the church. Cumberland Presbyterian—B. W. McDonald, missionary, army of Tennessee; Aaron Burrow, Forrest's old regiment cavalry; J. W. Poindexter, Sixteenth Tennessee; E. B. Crisman, Seventeenth Tennessee; David Tucker, Eighth Tennessee; M. B. DeWitt, Eighth Tennessee; G. L. Winchester, L. Dickey, W. W. Hendrix (commands not known); B. M. Taylor, Twenty-third Tennessee. Methodist Episcopal South—J. B. McFerrin, missionary, army of Tennessee; S. M. Cherry, chaplain and missionary, army of Tennessee; A. Tribble, Fourth Tennessee; F. E. Pitts, Eleventh Tennessee; J. A. Ellis, Twentieth Tennessee; R. P. Ransom, Sixteenth Tennessee. W. Burr, Twenty-eighth Tennessee; T. Page, Fifty-first Tennessee; W. H. B<
erday morning, who was confined to his room by sickness, Recorder James K. Caskie attended to the business before this Court. The following cases were heard and promptly disposed of: Alexander, slave of James H. Grant and Robert, slave of Dr. Tucker, were charged with being suspicious characters and running from the watchmen who made their arrest. About two o'clock Sunday morning these parties, in company with several other negroes, were discovered by watchmen Blackburn and Crafton in thesolent language towards her when ordered off. For the latter offence he was ordered to be whipped and the former, having, been committed beyond the corporate limit, was referred to the county magistrates for adjudication. Reuben, slave of David Tucker, charged with breaking into and entering the storehouse of John Bouncher, and stealing therefrom two hundred dollars' worth of tobacco, pipes, &c. was, for want of sufficient evidence to convict him, discharged. A. J. Wilson and Andrew Ne