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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The First North Carolina Volunteers and the battle of Bethel. (search)
and its distinguished officers.] Adjutant-General's office, Raleigh, April 19, 1861. Colonel: You are hereby commanded to organize the Orange Light Infantry (Captain R. J. Ashe), Warrenton Guards (Captain Wade), Hornet Nest Rifles (Captain Williams), Enfield Blues (Captain Bell), Lumberton Guards (Captain Norment), Duplin Rifles (Captain Kenan), Charlotte Greys (Captain Ross), Thomasville Rifles (Captain Miller), Granville Greys (Captain Wortham), Columbus Guards (Captain Ellis), into nt, to be mustered into the service of the State agreeable to such regulations as shall hereby be determined upon, viz.: 1. Edgecombe Guards—Captain John L. Bridgers. 2. Enfield Blues—Captain D. A. Bell. 3. Hornet's Nest Rifles—Captain Lewis S. Williams. 4. Burke Rifles—Captain C. M. Avery. 5. Buncombe Rifles—Captain W. W. McDowell. 6. Southern Stars—Captain W. J. Hoke. 7. Randalsburg Rifles—Captain A. A. Erwin. 8. La Fayette Light Infantry—Captain W. G. Matthew