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al, acting assistant-surgeon, First Alabama, I am much indebted for the zeal and promptness of [his] conduct. (934) Major Knox in report of same operations says: We captured 18 prisoners, one of them Captain Wakefield, of the Fifty-third Indiana. We lost 1 sergeant killed and 5 privates wounded. (937) Mentioned by Gen. D. H. Reynolds in his report of same. No. 78—(855) September 20, .864, same assignment, regiment commanded by Maj. Samuel L. Knox; inspection report gives Acting Lieut.-Col. Richard Williams. Vol. Xciii—(666) Same assignment in army of Tennessee, Gen. S. D. Lee; Lieut. Charles M. McRae commanding regiment December 20, 1864. (685) Maj. S. L. Knox wounded and captured at Franklin. (725) Colors of First Alabama among others lost, color-bearers either killed or captured at Franklin.—General Walthall's report of battle. Vol. Xcviii—(063) Shelley's brigade, Stewart's corps, Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, as constituted after April 9, 1865 (consolidated wit
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.47 (search)
ounty, Va. Wallace, William H., private. Wliliamsville, Va. Wallace, C. R., private. Living; Williamsville, Va. Williams, James T., private. Know nothing. Williams, Jeff, private. Know nothing. Williams, Erastus, private. Living; BaWilliams, Jeff, private. Know nothing. Williams, Erastus, private. Living; Bath county, Va. Williams, Robert, private. Dead. Wright, James H., private. Dead. Wright, Tyler, private. Dead. Woods, F. M., private. Died in prison, 1863. Whitmore, James, private. Parnassus, Va. Walton, John, private. Living. Williams, Erastus, private. Living; Bath county, Va. Williams, Robert, private. Dead. Wright, James H., private. Dead. Wright, Tyler, private. Dead. Woods, F. M., private. Died in prison, 1863. Whitmore, James, private. Parnassus, Va. Walton, John, private. Living. th county, Va. Williams, Robert, private. Dead. Wright, James H., private. Dead. Wright, Tyler, private. Dead. Woods, F. M., private. Died in prison, 1863. Whitmore, James, private. Parnassus, Va. Walton, John, private. Living.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Eleventh Kentucky Cavalry, C. S. A. From the Lexington, Ky. Herald, April 21, 1907. (search)
Colonels—Joseph T. Tucker, James B. McCreary. Major—James B. McCreary. (It is believed that no major was appointed from among the captains of the regiment after Major McCreary was promoted to lieutenant-colonel; Captain August H. Magee was the senior captain of the regiment.) Adjutant—Captain William Lewis Hickman. Surgeon—Dr. G. M. Webb. Assistant Surgeons—Dr. Aylett Raines, Dr. B. Washington Taylor. Quartermaster—Captain Buford Allen Tracy. Commissary of Subsistance—Captain R. Williams. Chaplain—Rev. William L. Riddle. Sergeants-Major—John Henry Jackson, James Royall Price. Colonel Chenault. David Waller Chenault was born in Madison County, Ky., February 5, 1826, the son of Anderson Chenault and Emily Cameron, his wife. Through his father he was descended from Estenne Chenault, a native of Languedoc, France, who, in company with many other Huguenots, was obliged to leave France after the revocation of the edict of Nantes, and in 1700 settled
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Roster of the companies. (search)
as, April 12, 1864, of smallpox; Thomas Rice, Dr. Aylett Raines, promoted to assistant surgeon, 1862; Tillman Shanks, Wesley Smithheart, John Shearer, Joseph P. Simmons, orderly to Colonel Chenault; Ira W. Scudder, commissary sergeant; Sidney Shaw, Harrison Shaw, James Shearer, Anderson Terrill, died in Camp Douglas, March 10, 1864, of smallpox; Reuben Turner, Robert Turner, James Turner, Wm. Turner, John Turner, James Trimble, Robert Trevis, Valentine Tillett, Jacob White, James Wade, Richard Williams, Hiram Wood, Ezekiel Walcott, James Wilson, died in Camp Douglas, February 18, 1864, of old sores.—91 officers and enlisted men. Company C. Company C was recruited in Clark County, and most of its members enlisted in one day—Saturday, September 6, 1862. The following is a copy of the only official roll of the company known to be in existence, and this is supposed to be 15 or 20 names short: Captain—Andrew Jackson Bruner, wounded at the foot of Greasy Creek, Ky., May 8, 1863. <
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Warren Blues—Extra Billy's men: Roll of officers and men of a famous band of Veterans. (search)
arm at Seven Pines (dead). Sealock, C., private, captured (dead). Sealock, James, private, captured (dead). Vaught, George, private (dead). Vincent, William M., private, killed at the Wilderness. Vincent, Richard, private, wounded at Spotsylvania (dead). Walker, James H., private, wounded and disabled at first and September 19, 1864 (living). Manassas; then a minister of the gospel (dead). Wharton, Walton G., sergeant, a Mexican War veteran; went to artillery (dead). Williams, David R. Walters, John W., orderly sergeant, wounded May 6, 1864. James Dickerson (colored), the officers' cook (living). The following soldiers were from Albemarle County, Va., who joined Company D, 49th Virginia Regiment, at Harrisonburg, Va., October 25, 1864, and were brave and dutiful men, and fought February 6th at Hatcher's Run and the 25th of March, 1865, at Fort Steadman, in front of Petersburg, Va. Abell, Caleb, private, captured on retreat to Appomattox (dead). Bu
he crew, and four passengers, succeeded in reaching Blasket Island, on the coast of Kerry, after five days tossing on the Atlantic. The occupants of the boat were in a perfectly exchanged state when they reached the island, and two of her passengers dropped dead shortly after landing. The names of the survivors are as follows: Harmer B. Parmalee, master, native of New York; Charles Bowlings, chief mate, do.; Thos. Morton, second mate, Liverpool; James Hanlan, third mate, Boston; Richard Williams, boatswain, New Orleans; Samuel Dean, carpenter, New York, (originally from Kinsale, county Cork;) William Beverland, A. B. Londonderry, Ireland; Daniel Donovan, A. B., New York, (originally from Queenstown;) Alexander O'Hara, A. B. Dublin; John Winn) A. B., Liverpool; and the steward, a Frenchman. Passengers Saved — George Porter and John Murphy, both of Liverpool. Passengers Buried on the Blasket Island — Quinn, Killarney, and a Scotch lad. The ship is insured in Liverp
Neely, ruptured; Lieuts W C Coughenour, slightly; M Hofflin, slightly in face; H C Long, slightly in the leg; Corp'l Richard Williams, band; Privates S A Brown, foot and shoulder; J T Crowell, shoulder, badly; W W Cummings, --; N N Church, slightly io; Collin, do; M P De Lache, slightly; W S A Fox, James Gunnsis, Samuel Harvey, S B Hall, Mike Peacock, James Burre, M W Williams. Missing: B F Bock, W R Brown. Company G., Lomax Sharpshooters--Killed: Thomas Kelley, J Shipman, Andrew Hall, Rob Company H.--(Lowndes Beauregard)--Wounded: Capt Robinson, slightly; A J Cocreban, do.; C Douglas, H B Whitman, W E Williams — all slight. Company K--(Mobile Rifles.)--Killed: Coco Colburn, privates Baily, Campbell, Crowder, Garron, Jackson, McNulty, McDonald, Robinson, Roper, Swain, Secrell, Williams. wounded: Lieut Gardner, in leg; agt Duffle, severely; corp Smoot, slightly; private Atkins, do; Benton, severely; Bell, dangerously; D Bell, flesh wound; W L Fills, in leg; Gendran, in
mortally,; privates James N Rees, leg; Thomas R Crawford, head; Edward Tripp, hand; Noah Pullpot, cheek; Thomas M Swindall, hip; Caswell Jones, right eye Zack Brantly, side; Samuel 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, hand; Privates S A Brown, back; J C Crowell and W W Cummings, mortal; J C Caspar, arm; N W Church, hand; J C Deston, back badly; W A Ellett, arm slightly; A Friedheim, hand; S S Gardner, side; M N Holshouser, Lewis Holshouser, chest;-- -crop, hand; Calvin Miller, head; A N M- thigh; F W Mills, shoulder; Daniel Moyer, head and thigh; J Meldon, thigh broken; Neely, mouth; W H Page, arm; E Patterns and J W Roberts, shoulder; J W Snuggs, arm; H C Selvers, leg; W D Smithdeal, hand; Levis T
a List of negroes now Confined the Military Prisons, in Richmond, Va. J A Emery, free, Salem, Mass. E Boyen, free, Maryland. E B Williams, free, Philadelphia, Pa. Geo Washington, free, Baltimore. Daniel Carter, slave of T McCormick, Charke- Va. Andrew Williams, free, New York. Joe Brown, slave of Z Alies, Miss. Alfred Jounes, slave of Newton Ladd Chari- City co. Isaac Webster, free, Washington, D C. Joe James, free, Henrico co, Va. L McCoy, free, New York city. Ben Daingerfield, slave of James Riley, Jefferson co, Va. J Johnson, slave of Wm Crump, New Kent co. Jas Kranty, slave of Wm Kranty, Loudoun co. Nathan, slave of Chas Barley, Loudoun co. Jim Johnson, free, Connecticut. Leana Johnson, woman, of Mrs. M. H- Fairfax co. Wm Norris, slave of Robt A- co. Wm Hensby, tree, Annapoller Robert--, free, Maryland. Charles. L Hawkins, slave of John Milchail Maryland. R. B. Wilson, free, Ohio. Wm Jos Burk, free
ng searched at the Provost Marshal's office, were found well supplied with fresh onions, which some of the rasea's stated that they had taken from the gardens of the Prince George people to keep them from "spilcing." We learned last night that our troops engaged the enemy yesterday afternoon near the Weldon road, and after a short but sharp fight, repulsed them handsomely. The enemy's movement was watched by a party of our scouts, who first discovered them about 12 o'clock, near Mr. Richard Williams's farm, in Dinwiddie, a half mile west of the Jerusalem Plankroad, and some three miles from the Weldon road. They consisted of Hancock's 2d corps and a brigade of cavalry. We captured Lieut Col Romer B Stonghton, of the 2d. U. S. Sharpshooters, a Captain, and some ten or twelve privates. Col Stonington was wounded in the Wilderances fights, but has recovered. Arrival of the prisoners. A batch of prisoners, taken near the Weldon railroad yesterday afternoon, were broug