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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
. Fox, Cooper's Battery. Charles Harris, Cooper's Battery. I certify, upon honor, that the above is a correct list of the men present on the morning of the 9th April with Carpenter's and Cooper's Batteries. Also that the list of field and staff is correct. [4] Carter M. Braxton, Lt.-Col. Commanding Battalion Artillery. Report of Non-Commissioned Staff of Hardaway's Battalion Light Artillery present for surrender at Appomattox Courthouse April 10, 1865. Hospital Steward, Estelle Waddell. [1] Roll of Third Company Richmond Howitzers, Captain B. H. Smith, Jr, Commanding, surrendered 9th April, 1865. 1st Sergeant W. B. Gretter, one private horse. 2d Sergeant G. D. Thaxton. 3d Sergeant L. Lampkin, one private horse. 4th Sergeant W. S. White, one private horse. Q. M. Sergeant W. J. Sydnor, one private mule. 2d Corporal M. H. Gardner. 3d Corporal P. A. Sublett. 4th Corporal O. V. Smith. 7th Corporal J. J. Flournoy. 8th Corporal T. V.