dered his sword to.
The facts are just as stated by Sergeant-Major Johnston.
I talked with Colonel C. C. Flowerree myself that morning, and know he received General Heckman's sword.
Others of our regiment were present when he was turned over to Colonel Flowerree, who sent him under guard to the rear, where, no doubt, he met General Gracie, who then recognized him. The capture occurred just to the left, and in rear of our regiment, not far from where we came across the coffeepots.
Jeff. Vaughan taken in.
Among the men detailed to take the prisoners off, several got lost in the fog, and instead of going to our rear, which had been our front, they carried them into the enemy's line; thus N. F. Wheat, Company D; A. Jeff. Vaughan, Company G, and T. R. Kelley, Company I, were captured.
Of A. Jeff. Vaughan it is related that one of the Federals called his attention to his bringing them back to their men, when Jeff told him to mind his own business.
On getting to the enemy's lin