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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Black Eagle Company. (search)
geant. The Federal soldier at once gave Shiffleth all necessary attention, and had him taken to a hospital, placed upon a cot near the cot of a wounded Federal, who began twitting Shiffleth about the disaster which had befallen our army the day before, remarking that they had whipped us. Shiffleth told him he had not been whipped, and if his cot could be placed near enough for him to get hold of him he could then whip him. Shiffleth survived the war a year or more, and died from the effects of his wound at Gettysburg. I regret that I could not be more explicit and accurate in recording the names and deeds of the recruits, most of whom came to the company during the winter of 1864 and were not long with the command before its surrender and came from different sections of the State, unlike the old organization, all of whom I knew personally and who were Cumberland county men to the manner born. H. E. Wood, Ex-Color Sergeant, Eighteenth Regiment. Major Andrew Reid Venable, Jr.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Major Andrew Reid Venable, Jr. [from Richmond, Va., Times-Dispatch.] (search)
Major Andrew Reid Venable, Jr. [from Richmond, Va., Times-Dispatch.] By W. Gordon McCABE. Died, on October 15, 1909, at Millwood, near Farmville, Va., Major Andrew Reid Venable, Jr., formerlMajor Andrew Reid Venable, Jr., formerly Adjutant and Inspector-General of the Cavalry Corps of the Army of Northern Virginia, in his seventy-seventh year. This fell sergeant, Death, is strict in his arrest, as Shakespeare tells us, andfor his real life lay within the four years of war. He was born at the Vineyard (one of the old Venable estates), in Prince Edward county, on December 2, 1832, son of Samuel Woodson and Jane Reid Vengust 20th, 1863), says: The untiring energy, force of character and devotion to duty of Major Andrew R. Venable, Inspector-General, and of Lieutenant G. M. Ryal, C. S. Army, Provost Marshal, deserves meant a good deal. Of this daring ride, Stuart says simply, in his official report: Major Andrew R. Venable, Jr., A. A. and Inspector-General, deserves special mention for his conduct in evading the
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General J. E. B. Stuart in the Gettysburg campaign. (search)
o that effect to Hill and Longstreet on the night of the 28th. He insists also that the change of plan and the orders to concentrate at Cashtown were not the consequence of the intelligence brought by a scout on June 28th, although General Lee affirms it in his report. No matter: Col. Mosby knows better: He is sure that Lee had ordered Ewell back from Carlisle on the 27th, and he is satisfied by this by the letter in Lee's letter-book, not copied, but written from memory afterwards by Colonel Venable. His whole argument on this point rests, as I have said, on the accuracy of the date of that letter. I have shown that on the hypothesis of an error in date, the 28th instead of the 29th, the inconsistencies Col. Mosby alleges disappear. Col. Mosby is of opinion that the scout who came in at Chambersburg late on June 28th was as unreal as Caesar's ghost at Philippi. No spy came in at Chambersburg, he says. Yet General Longstreet positively affirmed it. General Lee's report states
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
Department of Agriculture, 285. Stonebraker, John A., 309. Stoneman, General 17 18 Stribling, Col. Robert M., 172. Stuart Gen J. E. B., 65; death of, 69, 216. Sulivane, Colonel, 318. Sumpter, J. U., 183. Swanson, Governor, 164. Swayze, T. F, 164. Talcott, Col. T. M. R., 21. Taliaferro, Major, 17. Taylor Col. W. H., 21, 22. Terrell, Col. J. B. 236. Thompson, Jimmy, 65. Tredegar Battalion, officers of, 200; Works, 6. Trezevant, Major J. T., 16. Venable, Major A. R., 61,65; Col. Charles S., 212. Virginia, Regiment, 3rd, organization of, 185; 14th, organization of, 193. Walker, Gen. R. Lindsay, 125. Warren, General, relieved of command, 174. White, Lt. Col. J. L., 16, Whitehead, Col. A. W., 164,165. Willis, Gen. Edward, 236. Wilson, Henry. 245. Wilson. Gen. James, 18. Wirz, Capt, Henry, 341. Wisdom's Famous Ride, 372. Withers, Col. R. E., 321. Wise, L. W., 361. Winchester, Incidents of battle of, 232.