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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.38 (search)
and a plan arranged for capturing the squadron at Leedstown. Entrusted to Major Waller. The execution of this plan was entrusted to Major Thomas Waller, as coolMajor Thomas Waller, as cool and intrepid an officer as ever wore stars on his collar. To the call for volunteers, more than a hundred responded from the regiment. As the point of attack was rger boat would carry, and only fourteen could be accomodated in the skiff. Major Waller commanded the batteau, and Lieutenant G. W. Beale, the skiff. The night was deep, and push the craft over the bar by main force. A landing was made by Major Waller's party half a mile lower down the river than had been contemplated. Leavinturned the shot and rushed for the main building. No time was now lost by Major Waller in surrounding the dwelling and smaller houses. The demand to surrender wasnce found their graves, not far from the scene of the exploit. Brave Colonel Thomas Waller, as he was afterwards known, has gone, now, also, to join the silent m
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The laying of the corner-stone of the monument to President Jefferson Davis, (search)
r of Company B, 187; 9th, raid of and capture of Federal prisoners, November, 1862, 213; James City, 353. Virginia Infantry, 7th, Roll of Company A, 361; roll of Company I, 115; 18th, record and roll of Company G, 37; 49th, roll of Company G, 171; 56th, roll and movements of Company I, 210; 61st, record and roster of Company I, Rebel Grays, 98, 104. Virginia Legislature, Federal permission for it to convene in 1865, 352. Walker, John C., 41. Wallace, General W. H. L., 131. Waller, Major, Thomas, 214. Walthall, General E. C., 67. Weeks, Ph. D., Stephen B., 1. Weitzel, General, Godfrey, at Richmond in 1865, 352. Wheeler, General, Joseph, Sketch of, 19. Whiting, General W. H. C.,A plea for, 274. Wilderness, Battle of, 89, 109; casualties in, 139. Williamsburg, Va., The wounded at, on May 6, 1862, 172. Williams, Adjutant R. L., 219. Wilson, Colonel Samuel M., 97. Winchester, Va., monument to the Confederate Dead in the Cemetery there, 242. Withers, Ge
ed the following particulars: The engagement took place on Saturday last. The enemy's cavalry, who numbered about 500, were within sight of our forces when Gen. Stuart ordered and led the charge upon them. The forces engaged on our side were Capt. Edgar Whitehead's company of Amherst, and Capt. Harris's company of Campbell, under command of Col. Radford, and four companies of the Second Virginia Cavalry, under command of Col. Jones. The number of the enemy's wounded was not ascertained, but it must have been large. There were known to have been killed 40, and captured 100 with their horses, &c., which were brought to Culpeper Court-House, on Saturday. The less on our side is six killed and 180 wounded. But few of the names of those who have been wounded are known. All that we have ascertained are 1st Sergt. Thos. Waller, seriously wounded and supposed killed. In Capt. Harris's company, Geo. T. Yuille, Jerry Houston, and No. Hunter wounded.--Nash killed.