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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.16 (search)
e Gilleain, John W. Gilleain, R. Gilleam, Charles Gilleain, Van Gilleain, James E. Gills, Samuel Gregory, Died in service. Isham Gilliam, James Gillespie, Buck Gallagher, Silas Gregory, Died in service. William Gregory, Died in service. William Hubbard, Died in service. P. Hubbard, I. S. Harris, W. H. Harris, Tom Harvey, Died in service. R. Harvey, Died in service. John Irving, Died in service. Elijah Irving, Henry Jones, Died in service. Nat. Jones, R. M. Johnson, James Martin, R. Martin, R. P. Meadows, James Meadows, R. C. Moore, A. E. Moore, Woodson Martin, P. Martin, R. McCann, J. E. Osborne, R. D. Price, W. M. Pigg, Henry Read, Died in service. Samuel Saunders, Woodson Shorter, Joel Shepherd, Si Shepherd, Died in service. W. R. Taylor, H. Thackston, Died in service. Ro. Venable, A. B. Venable, Paul Venable, J. A. Walthal, John A. Walthall, Died in service. Frederick Woodson, E. L. Womolk, L. Young, Died in service. N. S. Young, J. H. Young.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.18 (search)
n, it is known, was a native of Wales. Although it has been claimed that he was of Scotch Irish blood, yet not a single ancestor of his was of either strain. There were refugee Huguenots who found asylum desultorily in Virginia before 1700, but the chief influx was in that year, when more than 500 came and settled, chiefly at Manakintown. The virtue of this infusion is manifest in the names of Dupuy, Fontaine, Marye, Maury, Micou, Michaux, and others, quite concluding the alphabet with Venable and Youille, many of them being numerously represented among us. Of the Scotch, but few immigrants before the union of Scotland with England, in 1707, may be identified. William Drummond, who had been Governor of North Carolina, and who was hung by Berkeley in 1676 as a rebel, is said to have been a Scotchman. The founder of the distinguished Nelson family was called, it may be significantly, Scotch Tom, but he was born in Cumberland county, England. Dr. James Blair was a Scotchman, bu