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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoir of Jane Claudia Johnson. (search)
vely, R. C. Lawson, L. Lukehard, A. J. Lane, T. A. Moss, J. A. J. Moss, George H. Mercer, H. V. Morris, H. A. Morris, J. W. Morris, F. P. Morrison, Samuel Maupin, D. R. Mahone, H. P. Moore, C. W. Mahone, J. H. Mahone, Howard L. McCandlish, R. Owens, Benjamin F. Piggott, John T. Parham, B. H. Ratcliffe, J. Ratcliffe, C. H. Richardson, Ludwell P. Slater, J. Simcoe, S. Simcoe, M. Spraggins, R. B. Shelburne, Isaac Smith, Talbot Sweeney, F. R. Sykes, L. Taylor, R. P. Taylor, William Vaughan, T. H. Whiting, J. T. H. Wilkins, J. B. Wilkins, William Wilkins, A. L. Williamson, J. M. Walthall, William H. Yerby. Markers—B. W. Bowery and J. H. Maupin. Respectfully submitted, E. H. Lively. Spokane, State of Washington, northwest, Nov. 4, 1901. P. S.—Of the above I recognize only fourteen as living to-day. The peace conference in Hampton Roads. [from the Richmond, Va., times, February 9, 1902.1 Errors corrected as to General Lee in the breach to the finality of possible endeav
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.38 (search)
r. After confronting him for several days, our army began its retreat toward Richmond—Hood's brigade, then belonging to Whiting's division, covering the retreat to Williamsburg, passing through that town, while the battle of Williamsburg was in proop here to relate the splendid strategy which re-enforced Jackson, who was operating in the Valley, with the division of Whiting, to which the Texas brigade then belonged; and how all these troops were immediately transferred from the Valley to the nearest the Chickahominy, and came soonest on their lines, while the troops under Jackson, composed of the divisions of Whiting, Ewell and D. H. Hill, having to make a detour further to our left, came later upon the field, approaching the enemy intreet on the right, A. P. Hill to his left, then the divisions of Ewell and D. H. Hill to his left in the order stated. Whiting's division, composed of Hood's and Law's brigades, did not form in line, but were held in reserve near Cold Harbor. The