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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 4 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 3 (search)
e: Eighth Virginia Infantry: Major James Thrift. Company G: Lieutenant G. W. Swink, Sergeant C. W. Reed, Sergeant J. F. Lynn, Sergeant E. F. Money, James Ballenger, A. J. Bradfield, Alfred Hooe, Asa Peck, G. L. Williams, J. W. Williams, Robert Wells, James Forsyth, W. T. Tucker, J. W. Gunnell, C. H. Hutchinson, J. L. Hutchinson, Samuel Jenkins, Frank Steele, Joshua Adams, W. H. Adams, S. E. Horseman, Elthum Pearson, Thomas Reed, J. A. Simms, A. Harrison, Arm'd Thompson. Seventeenth Vireutenants W. H. Kirby, Ball, Sewall, Williams, Terrett, and others, Company I, Eleventh Virginia Cavalry; of Lieutenants Fox, Dulany, Underwood, Davis, Simpson, Gooding, Mayhugh, and others of Mosby's command; of Major Charles E. Ford, Posey, and Wells, of the artillery; of Major Alfred Moss, Captains James W. Jackson, Washington Stuart, and others; of Commodore Muse and Surgeon Mason, of the Navy. These are but a handful of dust, In the land of their choice, A name in song and story, And fame
The Daily Dispatch: May 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], A New Auxiliary for the Southern Arms. (search)
A New Auxiliary for the Southern Arms. Mr. Robert Wells, an æronaut, who is now serving as a private with Capt. Ray's company, of the Second Regiment, Morris' Island, has been experimenting with his balloons, and has ingeniously devised means of steering them on any given course. He is ready to offer his services to the Southern Confederacy in his æronautic capacity.--Charleston Mercury. The truth is, the South can meet the North in strategic invention, at all points, whether it be in the field or anywhere else beneath the sky. Higher than that no Hessian engaged in an unholy crusade against the South will ever go.
wne and T Suter slightly wounded. The following is a list of the losses in the 12th Virginia regiment, Mahone's brigade: Company A--Capt Waddell.--Wounded: Corp H G Evans, slightly; Chas Green, in left arm — since amputated; David May, Jr., in leg. Missing: Lieut T W Branch, Geo W Ivey, Bradley Paine, J T B Bragg, Geo W May, Felby Nugent, Geo Olivia, Chas Jordon, W H R Taylor. Company B--Capt Bowden.--Killed: H T Coldwell. Wounded: Charles J Pearman, wounded and a prisoner; Robert Wells, slightly in hand; Thos Bass, in hand. Missing: Nelson Guess, James C Birdsong, Chas W Benezett. Company C--Capt Marka.--Wounded: Corporal Wm T Harrison, in arm, slightly; E B Peebles. Missing: W B Echols, L H Powell, W A Showacre. Company D--Capt Tyler.--Killed: Alex Chandler. Wounded: Serg't Jas Blankenship, John Bryant, Wm Smith, Geo Smith, Corp'l Wesley Crowder, in left hand. Missing: Capt Edward Tyler. Company E--Capt Banks.--Killed: Serg't Cary D Batts. Wounded: Capt R