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James B. Heyward, Lieutenant of Ordnance. The medical department was under charge of Surgeon M. S. Moore, assisted by Assistant-Surgeon Samuel Muller. Mr. Edward White was present as acting Engineer Officer. The members of the Signal corps were T. P. Lowndes, Arthur Grimball, and Joseph W. Seabrook. Several officers ontrated on the vessels nearest them. Should any vessel succeed in passing the second circle of fire, the third will be formed and put into action by the guns of White Point battery and Battery Glover, with such guns of Forts Johnson and Ripley and Castle Pinckney as will bear. Concentration on the leading vessels will be the ob is doubtful whether the enemy will attempt to pass by Folly channel. If he does, a circle of fire will be formed by the guns of Fort Ripley, Castle Pinckney, and White Point battery. The position of torpedoes will be communicated to commanding officers, and the effort made to drive the enemy's vessels upon them if he is taking
e preceding chapter and its comprehensive Appendix have already sufficiently apprised the reader of what these views and recommendations were. 2. On November 3d he instructed Major Pope, Chief of Ordnance, to transfer an 18-pounder cannon from White Point Battery, where it was comparatively useless, to one at Church Flats, in the Second Military District, so as to enfilade the John's Island Bridge and Causeway, which were liable to be taken by a sudden coup de main. On the same day he cal22d: 1. The 8-inch shell (naval) gun, now on the wharf, will be transported and placed on the new battery at John's Island Ferry. 2. The 32-pounder navy gun, being rifled and banded at Eason's shop, must be sent, when ready for service, to White Point Battery, to be placed in position on the Ashley River, adjoining the position at the salient intended for heavier guns. 3. The 10-inch bronze (old pattern) mortar on wharf will be placed in Battery Wagner, Morris Island. 4. New beds a
dnance, etc.: Major,—The General Commanding directs that you will send to Colonel Colcock, at Ocean Landing, one 12-pounder rifled gun, one siege-carriage, from White Point Battery, and one 24-pounder bronze field-howitzer (Austrian gun), from the Arsenal, with one hundred rounds of ammunition, and implements, etc., complete fort James B. Heyward, Lieutenant of Ordnance. The Medical Department was under charge of Surgeon M. S. Moon, assisted by Assistant-Surgeon Samuel Muller. Mr. Edward White was present as Acting Engineer Officer. The members of the Signal Corps were: T. P. Lowndes, Arthur Grimball, and Joseph W. Seabrook. Several officers forty transports in the whole fleet. Two gunboats gone up Appomattox. Each transport will average five hundred men. Some of the transports have horses on board. White and negro troops in the expedition. They are landing at City Point, and have hauled down the Confederate flag and raised the Yankee flag. —G. E. Pickett, Major-Ge
Brigadier-General Ellison Capers, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 5, South Carolina (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Additional Sketches Illustrating the services of officers and Privates and patriotic citizens of South Carolina. (search)
ey and himself as lieutenants. This company was offered to the State in November, but was declined on account of the uncertainty of the times. Disbanding its officers and members they subsequently entered other commands. Harvey White raised a company for the Fifty-third regiment and became its captain, serving until killed at Spottsylvania while on the staff of General Daniels; John M. White became lieutenant-colonel of the Sixth South Carolina regiment, and was with Lee at Appomattox; Edward White was surgeon of the Seventh North Carolina regiment until his death from disease, in 1862; and James White served throughout the war as captain of Company B, First South Carolina cavalry. Samuel E. White in 1861 joined a company in North Carolina which became Company B, Seventh North Carolina infantry, was first elected lieutenant and afterward appointed captain. He served in North Carolina, was severely wounded in the battle of New Bern, in Virginia at Hanover Junction, and the Seven Da
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
J. J. Clark, J. B. Conway, W. M. Conway, T. J. Connoway, W. A. J. Gulledge, B. F. Jacks, Private Isaac Knight, Jackson McGrady, Chas. McGrady, A. R. Patterson, W. T. Burton, P. M. Martin. [96] Sixtieth Alabama Regiment. Non-Commissioned Staff. Sergeant-Major L. A. Shaver, Hosp'l Stew'd C. C. Baker. Co. A. Corporal M. A. Brown, Private E. L. Martin, E. H. Locke, T. J. Morrow, Private Robt. Blun, B. H. Smith, Noah Bowden, H. Presswood, Daniel Clark, Ed. White. J. A. Hall, Co. B. Sergeant W. N. Ford, Corporal D. Hughes, Private J. M. Burk, Jno. Cannon, C. Crew, T. J. Forbus, Private J. T. Nelson, Jno. Ogletree, W. M. Radford, A. J. Shelton, R. Spivey, C. C. Salter, Private J. S. Johnson, J. A. Lee, J. W. Lindsay, Private J. G. Salter, M. G. Smith, W. H. Thornton. Co. C. Sergeant J. B. Fuller, Corporal James Jones, Private E. J. Athey, J. H. Evans, J. W. Crenwell, D. W. Fuller, Private T. J. Holton, J. W. Huffham
Corp'ls Wm H Burkhead and Thos Jordan; privates Franklin Niblock, Nehemiah J J Sloop, Wm A Webb, Alexander Felzer, and Thos Pinkston. Company C.--1st Lt Jos C White; privates Gilbert N Gills, Henry L Bustle, Reuben S Lolla, John T Tays, Thos B Summers, and John Scroggs. Company D.--Sg't Jno W Harrison; privates Henry Bartman, Privates Robert A Hall, Sumpter A Hoover, Milas Holdshouser, Robert T Kerr, James P Norton, John C Reymer, James A Reid, Jas M Rickert, Thos Summers, Albert M White, John R Eldson, Joseph B Sherrill, David S Hustle, badly wounded; Serg'ts Andrew J Anderson and John A S Feirnater, Corp'ls John A Waddell and Jas A Holmes, Privatuel Swindall, arm Solomon F Swindall, arm; George Daw, side John R Boyd, side; William J. Litchworn hip; Charles C Doughty, shoulder; Richard C Pickering, arm; Edward White, head and hand. Company K.--1st Lieut Coughenour, ear and head slightly; 2nd Lieut Hamilton C Long arm; 2d Lieut Marcus Hofflin; Corp'l Richard Williams,
The Daily Dispatch: June 13, 1862., [Electronic resource], Federal officers captured by Jackson. (search)
urg N. C. The remainder of the prisoners has not reached Petersburg yesterday morning but were hourly expected: Col. John R Murphy, 29th Penn Reg't. Col Peter Wyndham, 1st N J Cavalry. Capt G W Kugler, 1st Md Volunteers. Capt Wm Mithouse, 1st Va Infantry. Capt J P Emmoris, 1st Michigan Cavalry. Lt-Col N P Duchane, 1st Maryland Vols. Capt C Penrose, U S A. Capt Vincent Von Koebar, 1st Md Cavalry. Capt Henry E Clark, 1st Nd Cavalry. Capt Amos H White, 5th N Y Cavalry. Capt J W Dickenson, 8th N Y Vols. Capt John H Shelmore, 1st N J Cavalry. Capt Geo H Bean, 1st Vt Regiment. Capt W E Daviz, 27th Ind Vols. Capt G Stammer, 3d Wis Vols. Capt W D Richards, Jr, 29th Penn Vols. Capt B H Sibley, 1st Md Vols. Capt Charles Strous, 46th Penn Vols. Capt James A Betts, 5th Conn Vols. Capt W D Richards, 29th Penn Vols. Capt J D Crittenden, A Q M, 1st N J Ost. Lt Jas Maguigin, 29th Penn Vols.