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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 23 3 Browse Search
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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), State of Virginia, (search)
843 James McDowell1843 to 1846 William Smith1846 to 1849 John B. Floyd1849 to 1851 John Johnson1851 to 1852 Joseph Johnson1852 to 1856 Henry A. Wise1856 to 1860 John Letcher1860 to 1864 William Smith1864 to 1865 Francis A. Pierpont1865 to 1867 Henry A. Wells1867 to 1869 Gilbert C. Walker1869 to 1874 James L. Kemper1874 to 1878 F. W. M. Holliday1878 to 1882 W. E. Cameron1882 to 1886 Fitz-Hugh Lee1886 to 1890 Philip W. McKinney1890 to 1894 Charles T. O'Ferrall1894 to 1898 J. Hoge Tyler1898 to 1902 United States Senators. Name.No. of Congress.Term. Richard Henry Lee1st to 2d1789 to 1792 William Grayson1st1789 to 1790 John Walker1st1790 James Monroe1st to 4th1790 to 1795 John Taylor2d to 3d1792 to 1794 Henry Tazewell3d to 5th1794 to 1799 Stevens Thomson Mason4th to 8th1795 to 1803 Wilson Cary Nicholas6th to 8th1800 to 1804 Andrew Moore8th to 11th1804 to 1809 William B. Giles8th to 14th1814 to 1815 John Taylor8th1808 Abraham B. Venable8th1803 to 1804 Ric
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.14 (search)
S. A. Goodwin, J. S. D. Cullen, J. B. McCaw, George Ross, C. W. P. Brock; Privates John Gill, W. J. Binford, Phil. Sutton, Thomas S. Walker, Joseph Parkinson, R. F. Vaughan, H. Clay Chamblin, John Gilliam, J. A. Lipscomb; U. S. Senator John H. Reagan, Hon. Charles T. O'Ferrall, Gen. D. A. Weisiger, Capt. C. F. M. Spotswood, C. S. Navy, Capt. R. B. Pegram, Gen. L. S. Baker, Hon. John Goode, Gen. H. H. Walker, Captains John Taylor Wood, John M. Booker, W. H. Murdaugh, and J. W. Pegram, Lt.-Gov. J. Hoge Tyler, Mayor J. Taylor Ellyson, Gen. B. D. Fry, Hon. J. W. Daniel. Guests. Among the guests who rode in open carriages were Generals James Longstreet, Dabney H. Maury, Marcus J. Wright, M. C. Butler, R. L. Walker, A. L. Long, Joseph E. Johnston, William B. Taliaferro, R. L. Page, J. A. Early, M. D. Corse, M. L. Bonham, G. W. C. Lee, Lawrence S. Baker, J. D. Imboden, George P. Harrison, Daniel Ruggles, John Echols, George H. Stuart, H. H. Walker, Joseph Wheeler, J. B. Kershaw, P. M. B
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), A Memorial. (search)
tant Episcopal Church of Virginia; Rev. R. P. Kerr, D. D., of the Southern Presbyterian Church, and the following also had voice in the programme of the evening: Rev. H. C. Alexander, D. D., Rev. J. Calvin Stewart, Governor McKinney Lieutenant-Governor J. Hoge Tyler, Colonel C. R. Barksdale, Rev. P. H. Hoge, D. D., and Rev. H. H. Hawes, D. D. The concluding address of the evening was that of Dr. Hoge, returning thanks for the congratulations extended to him, and reviewing briefly, but with t as his daughter had left them, his face serene and smiling, grand in the awful majesty of death. The final resting place of Dr. Hoge is in the old part of the cemetery past the ravine, and almost opposite the graves of the Presidents Monroe, Tyler and Davis. In this lot there now lie the remains of Rev. Dr. William J. Hoge, brother of Dr. Hoge, and his wife; Mrs. Moses D. Hoge, wife of the deceased, and the four children who preceded him to the grave. The elders and deacons of the Seco
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Joseph Wheeler. (search)
esses by Mr. E. P. Cox, General Wheeler, Gov. J. Hoge Tyler, Judge D. A. Dearmond, and Hon. W. A. Jottee, the distinguished gentlemen named, Gov. J. Hoge Tyler, Hon. John Lamb, and others), the audienrman of the Portrait Committee, introduced Governor Tyler, who, he announced, would, in time, introdnt of patriotism of the State of Alabama. Governor Tyler, who was warmly greeted, said: Ladies aeople. Loud cheers for Wheeler. As Governor Tyler uttered these words the audience rose and penetrating tones, said: Mr. Commander, Governor Tyler, Members of General Lee Camp of Veterans. sons were present. Those receiving were Governor Tyler and the following members of his staff: Cont, Colonel Skelton, and Colonel Carrington; Mrs. Tyler, Mrs. C. O'B. Cowardin, Mrs. Tennant, Mrs. Jr the reception General Wheeler dined with Governor Tyler and the members of his family, others presns, and Judge DeArmond—they were crowded. Governor Tyler was the first to welcome him, and he was i
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
Dr. U ,2. Thanksgiving, Dec 10, 1863, 26. Theatre in 1863, Richmond, managers and actors of, 3. Thermopylae, Pass of, 132. Thompson, John R., 259 Trainee officers in war, 66. Travel, Confederate rates of. 15. Tredegar Iron Works, The, 368. Trescot, Hon. Wm H., on the character of the young men of South Carolina in 1861, 83, 234. Trimble, Gen. Isaac R., 116. Torpedoes, Use of in Southern harbors, 67. Tucker, Rev. Dr. B. D., 315. Turnbull, Rev. L. B., 261. Tyler, Gov. J Hoge, 395. Varnell's Station, Those who fell at, 224. Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions, 189. Virginia, Secession of, 40; munificense of, 53; despondent of; 61. Virginia or Merrimac, The, 216. Wade, Col. W. B., 222. Walker, Maj., John, 157. Walshe, Capt. B. T., 377. Washington, Gen., entertained at White Hall, S. C , in 1791, 78. Wells, Capt. E. L., 235. West Virginia meeting at Clarksburg in 1861, Constitution of the Wheeling Convention adopted, 40; U. S Senators
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.39 (search)
f the Confederacy now living, and the spirit as felt by them cannot be described. The speeches were full of patriotism as well as defence of the lost cause. Cameron's history of the causes leading up to the war was complete, his reference to Lee's statue in Statuary Hall at Washington is a matchless piece of oratory, and his tribute to Kemper in touching affection and in good taste. It was approached by O'Ferrall's beautiful acceptance of the picture. General Fitzhugh Lee and Ex-Governor J. Hoge Tyler were also happy in their remarks, and Governor A. J. Montague, the only one of the distinguished quintette not a Confederate veteran, was not a whit behind in the enthusiasm of his tribute. General Eppa Hunton also spoke impressively. The following is a full text of Governor Cameron's address: For nearly half a century the moons in Heaven have waxed and waned, and the tides of ocean, obedient to their sway, have flowed and ebbed, since you, my comrades, were giving the dev
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index (search)
d monuments? 332. Southern Cause, The, 360. Southfleld destroyed, The, 210. Southron, Characterization of the, 12, 239, 300, 334, 361. Stephens, Alexander H., 93. Stephenson, Captain J. A., 196. Stevens, Major A. H., 152. Stowe, Harriet Beecher, 126 Susanna, The C. S. Steamer, 203. Susette homestead ruthlessly destroyed, 135. Sumner, Charles, 30. Thomas, General G. H., 20, 21. Thompson, Conspiracy of Jacob, 256. Train, The Enoch, 196. Tuttle, General 135. Tyler, Hon., J. Hoge, 360. Underwriter, Capture of the, 206. Van Buren, Dr. W. H., 88. Venable, Colonel C. S., 139. Virginian, Individuality of the, 16; Conservatism of the, 18. War, The, Who brought it on, 77; how conducted. 78, 301. Washington Statue stolen, 297. Watterson, Henry 121. Wessells, General H. W., 210. West Point graduates who served in the C. S. Army. Adams, J., 55. Alexander, E. P., 70. Allston, B., 65. Anderson, G. B., 63; J. R. 38; R. H., 51; Robert H., 72