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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.5 (search)
., in service, in 1861. Thornton, W. D. Thompkins, C. C., from Kanawha county, W. Va. Thompson, James C. Watkins, Charles W. Watkins, Henry, killed at Bunker Hill, 1864. Watkins, Frank B. Williams, W. B. Wood, Robert W. Walker, William A. Wood, Jas. E. Walker, Alexander S., from Brownsburg, Rockbridge county, Va. Wilson, James H. Watkins, Henry N. Wills, William B. Watkins, W. B. Woods, William H., wounded at Williamsport, July, 1863. Watkins, Ampkins, C. C., from Kanawha county, W. Va. Thompson, James C. Watkins, Charles W. Watkins, Henry, killed at Bunker Hill, 1864. Watkins, Frank B. Williams, W. B. Wood, Robert W. Walker, William A. Wood, Jas. E. Walker, Alexander S., from Brownsburg, Rockbridge county, Va. Wilson, James H. Watkins, Henry N. Wills, William B. Watkins, W. B. Woods, William H., wounded at Williamsport, July, 1863. Watkins, Alfred. West, Addison, from Halifax county, Va.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Biographical Sketch of Lieutenant-Colonel William Frederick Niemeyer, (search)
of the State of Virginia, and on May 9th he was ordered by the Adjutant-General of Virginia to report to Major-General Walter Gwynn, commanding Virginia Forces at Norfolk; thereupon General Gwynn, on the 10th of May, ordered him to report to Colonel R. E. Colston, under whom he served as drill master at the entrenched camp, near Norfolk. On the 19th day of July, 1861, the President appointed him Second Lieutenant, Corps of Artillery, in the Army of the Confederate States over the hand of L. P. Walker, Secretary of War, C. S.; and his resignation as Second Lieutenant of Provisional Army of Virginia was accepted, to take effect on the 25th of July. Samuel M. Wilson, a prominent citizen of Portsmouth, having been authorized by the Secretary of War to organize a battalion or regiment for the service of the Confederate States, called to his assistance the promising young lieutenant, whose military training was essential to Colonel Wilson's success. Portsmouth, Va., May 5th, 1862. M