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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 18. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 14 (search)
us, and several spoke. He then disbanded us on 10th of April, 1865. A sad parting! We had been shoulder to shoulder in so many hard places. The following names are of those present at the end: Captains Tuck. Carter, William R. Lyman, Clayton Williams, Charles and Frank Conrad, Frank Asberry, Red. Zirkle, Robert Atkinson, Thornton, Dayley, Morrell, William R. Lyman, Hare, Crawford, Pem. Thompson, Charles W. McVicar arid Adjutant William Thompson—16. Sixteen of us—some old comrades of three are as follows: Colonel Robert Preston Chew, First Sergeant George Phillips, First Corporal George M. Neese, Privates William R. Lyman, George Callahan, Isaac Haas, Morgan Deck, James Homrick, Robert Hoshour,——Dingledine, Reuben Wonder, Dr. Clayton Williams, Dr. William P. McGuire, Bent. Holliday, Orderly Sergeant A. J. Souder, Third Sergeant Stephen Miller, Quartermaster-Sergeant John Chew, Mark Rodeffer, John Longerbeam, William Deck, Deaux Bowly, Ambler Brooke,——Ramey, Jesse Frye, P
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), A monument to Major James W. Thomson, Confederate States Artillery. (search)
officer was not in the service. Five young men from Winchester came to us and volunteered in the company: A Beale Burgess, William Marstellar, Luther Kohlhousen, Henry Deahl, and Edward Reed; the other members from Winchester were John and Clayton Williams, Charles and Frank Conrad, Charles W. McVicar, Pent Powell, Raleigh Powell, William McGuire, Philip Boyd, and Deaveraux Bowly. This battery was always on the front and engaged almost daily in action. January 16th, 1865, the battery was dt was called to assemble in Lynchburg April 1st, 1865. The names of the sixteen who were on duty at time of the surrender, were Captain Tuck. Carter (Captain James Thomson had been promoted to major), W. R. Lyman, Charles and Frank Conrad, Clayton Williams, Charles W. McVicar, Frank Asberry, Pub Zirkle, Atkinson, Thornton, Dailey, John Hare, Crawford, Louis Morrell, William Thomson, and Pem. Thomson. Major Thomson left Captain Carter in command and went to the front near Petersburg. April
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
I., 167. Waid, Capt., James Dudley, 177. Walker, Gen. James A., 228. Warren-Bey, Dr. Edward, 326 War, causes of the, 16; inevitable, 57. War, Last Battle of the, 226. Washington, D. C., Advance on, 139. Washington Artillery at Shiloh and other battles, 215. Weddell, D. D, Rev. A. W., 337. Weitzel, Gen., Godfrey, 276. White Oak Road, Action on, 75. White Oak Swamp, 378. Whiting, Gen. 266. Wilderness, Battle of the, 373, 382. Wilkinson, Capt. John N., 264. Williams, Col. Lewis B , 107. Williamsburg, Battle of, 122. Williford, Lieut., killed, 281. Wilmington, N. C., Ladies' Memorial Association of, 38. Wilmington, N. C , Veterans, Address before, by Col. Wm. Lamb, 257. Winchester, Va., 382. Pitcher, Col W. A., 21st Va. Infantry, 243. Women of the South, their sacrifices and devotion to duty, 34, 41, 42. Wood, Col., J. Taylor, Escape of, 312. Wool, Gen., 327. Wright, Dr., David Minton, 326. Wyatt, H. L., First victim of the war,