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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
238. Watson, Captain, David, 291. Webb, C. S. Navy, Lt. W. A., 9. Weeks, Prof. S. B., 63. Weisiger, Gen. D. A., 70. 77, White, B. B., Death of, 86. White, W. L., Remarks of, 262. Wilderness, Battle of the, address on, 68. Williams, Capt., Chas. U., 316, 356. Williams, Col. Lewis B., 308. Williams, Gen., Seth, 59. Williamson, W. P., engineer C. S. Navy, 3. Wilson, U. S. A, Capt. L. C., 54. Winsor, Justin, 338. Wofford, Gen. W. T., 88 Wolseley, Lord, 325. Wood, C. S. Remarks of, 262. Wilderness, Battle of the, address on, 68. Williams, Capt., Chas. U., 316, 356. Williams, Col. Lewis B., 308. Williams, Gen., Seth, 59. Williamson, W. P., engineer C. S. Navy, 3. Wilson, U. S. A, Capt. L. C., 54. Winsor, Justin, 338. Wofford, Gen. W. T., 88 Wolseley, Lord, 325. Wood, C. S. Navy, Lt. John Taylor, 4, 12. Worden, Capt. John L., 16. Wright, Gen. M. J., 34, 256. Wyatt, H. L., the first Confederate soldier killed in battle, Sketch of, 63, 65.
Jno T Anderson, Thos H Flood, Mason Mathews, Charles Blue, Samuel McB Reid, Matthew Harrison, D H Gordon Jno L Woolfolk, A L Carter, W Biskervill, Jr, R R Nelson Jno O Stener Warnes Anderson, A B Evans, Richard Liby, C W Murdaugh, Robert J Davis, A. W. McDonald, Jr. Thos C Green, A. S. Buford, R. B. Dice, Thos H. Gillespie, Geo. W Sherrard, Wm Johnson. John Gatewood, P Piman, Francis G Taylor, E J Spady, W G Cazenove, James Franklin, John Gilmer, Seymour Lynn, Adam, mall, Lasac Vermillion, David B. Clark James Walker. Chas Williams, John H. Daniel, Samuel Carpenter, I E McDonald, Richard Payne, H N Colemen, Jr, S W Thomas, Duncan McLaughlin, Hugh W Sheffey, H B Tomlin. R. D. Mentagus, Wyndham Robertson, Thos H Wynne, Geo T Wright, Green Lames, Jno C. Woodson, J Dudley Davis, James Davis Geo H. West, C. T. Friend, E C Barks, A Jordan., Harvey George. ap 2--1t
Prison Irons --The following arrivals were chromed yesterday at Thunder; Wm Tayler, steamer Patrick Heary, drank and ; Jno and Charles Atkinson, co D 18th Va Battalion for confinement; J. H. Bennelt, returned from Camp Lee; This Miseley Fayette Artillery, subject to orders of Capt. Macont Jno 6th Martin Maker co. D. 1st La; Jas D Glass co E 44th Va; A J Dalton, Thos Brooke Capt Kevalis co. to be court martials; Thos Wash, co 44th Valid; Thos Jones and Joseph Cooper, leaving city without passports; Tim Geotoke, co C. 1st Va, drank; Geo Washington slave of Mrs Brander, runaway; John Carle, co C. Wheat's Battalion The discha yesterday were Chas Williams, Chas H Kent, J D Fitt, S Mullis. John F McKey S. L Mullis, Jerry Clapp Jacob Mullis, Wm Chappall, and Mike Ettondgo. There were in confinement yesterday 141 prisoners, deserters to be court martials, prisoners under sentence and others.
n made. The Clerk proceeded to call the roll, which resulted as follows: For W. C. Rives--H W Sheffey, Speaker; F T Anderson, S P Baily, R H Baker, jr, Wood Bouldin, A S Buford, Ed O Berks, Jas W Curtis, Robt J D Davis, E B Dice, A B Evans, J G Fulton, M Harrison, H L Hopkins, W Hust, Alex Jordan, B H Magruder, Mason Matthews, P W McKinney, Philip Pitman, Joseph H Prince, Nat Siddick, Geo E. Rives, W Robertson, Peter Saunders jr, John Staples, F G Taylor, V Vaiden, Jas Walker, Chas Williams, Jas L Wilson--31. For Chas W. Russell--Wm A Bredford, A Brooks, John R Edmunds, W A Fleming, John Gatewood, Thos C Green, Wm Johnson, M R Kaufman Albert Laidley, A W McDonald, Duncan McLaughlin, C W Murdaugh, B P Noland, John Orgain jr, Israel Robinson, John C. Rutherford, G W Sherrard, H B Tomlin, T T Treadway, Geo W Ward Geo H West, H C Worsham--22. For John J. Allen--Wm. Ambers, John T Anderson, Colin Bess, A L Carter, W G Cazenove, H N Coleman, Robert Croskett, Robert Dann
Prison Items --The following arrivals were noted at Castle Thunder yesterday, Corralfus Harris and Jerry Reid, co E, 15th N. C; Jas W. Baker. co H, 12th N C; Urian Ceun, co A, 10th Cap. John Nott 1st S. C; Michael co E, 19th Va. Battalion, substitution and desert Henry M Dulfield, co R. 25th Va. for punishment and Rex. Williams, for lurking about Fredericksburg and being a suspicious character. There were several discharges yesterday. Among those turned but a few days ago were all the deserters from the Abolition army who have from time to time, left their comrades and sought refuge in the South.
Lincons. Fluvauna — R E Nelson. Franklin — Jas Patterson, Fred R Brown. Gloucester — Warner T Jones Green and Orange — J L Woolfolk. Jefferson — Jacob S Melvin and Wm Burnett. Mason — Hutchinson. Northampton — Thos Scott. Prince Edward--T T Treadway. Rappahannock — J T Fletcher. Rockbridge — S McD Reid, --White Smyth — J H Thompson. Southampton — Pretlow. Spotsylvania — J L Marye, Jr. Warren — Samuel W Thomas. Washington — A C Commings,--Graham. Pendleton — Sanders. Hardy — Chas Williams. The following additional county returns have been received: James City County.--A poll was held on election day several miles below the Confederate lines in James City county, with the following result: Governor; Flournoy 12, Smith 6, Wise 1. Lt Governor: Imboden 16, Price 2. Attorney General: Tucker 16. Congress: Wickham 7, Lyons 10. House of Delegates: Henley 23, Meanley 4. Botetourt.--Governor: Flournoy 182, Smith 169, Munford 71. Lt-Governo