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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
[10] Enlisted men on duty at Headquarters Artillery 1st Corps, A. N. Va. Private Robert W. Bidgood, Clerk. Jno. H. Sharp, Courier, 1 horse present. Wiley Williams, Courier, 1 horse present. Benj. J. Pitt, Courier, 1 horse present. [4] Respectfully submitted, [Signed] E. P. Alexander, Brig.-General and Chief oryland Battery: Sergeant J. D. Richardson. Privates. A. J. Covington, E. Cottrell, R. Grimes, J. Hill, J. Pratt, B. H. Spencer, W. S. Tarbulton, W. Williams, J. Lane, J. Mowbrey, T. Yates. I certify that the above-named men were present this day. [12 men.] W. M. Owens, Lt.--Col. Commanding McIntosh's Batter. T. Jackson, C. P. C. McKnight, S. Megginson, J. C. Robberts, G. B. Sorrells, W. H. Sexton, J. W. Veasey. Co. I. 1st Sergeant J. T. Sanders, 2d Sergeant W. Williams, 5th Sergeant J. H. Williams, 1st Corporal A. J. Welden, Private S. J. Abernathey, W. F. Abernathy, E. Andrews, J. W. Chaffin, C. Chappell, Pr
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Semmes' Georgia Brigade. (search)
Cousey, B. W. Forrest, Private E. D. Harrall, G. W. Harrell, John A. Jorden, Thomas Lindsey, Irwin Nesbet, Samuel Nesbet, J. Mercer. Co. G. Corporal G. Colley, Private J. C. Agee, W. B. Armmer, Corporal E. A. Booker, Private D. B. Conner, J. Hanson, Private G. W. Hopkins, J. E. Lunceford, J. Shont, G. B. Smith, A. Wolf. Co. H. Private E. L. Bacon, R. H. Lynn, W. B. Arwell, R. Burket, W. Booth, Private M. Blair, J. A. Defow, J. B. Boyton, C. Rainy, W. Williams. Co. K. Sergeant H. R. Sharp, J. Muters, Private H. H. Blalock, Private H. Sikes, H. H. Sharp. [81] I certify, on honor, that of the above number of men there were present, actually armed and in line of battle, forty-nine enlisted men on the morning of the ninth (9th) instant, the day of the surrender of this army. W. B. Jones, Col. Commanding Regiment. Twelfth Georgia Battalion. Field, Staff and Band. Sergeant-Major Abner Calhoun, A. Ord. Sergeant J. H. Fulgham, C
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
rs, Private William Tyson, David Reeves, William Warren, J. M. Foster, S. A. Raff, Thomas Sweeney. Co. I. Sergeant T. Graham, E. Plummer, Corporal W. Williams, A. Phillips, Private A. O. Ormand, J. Speer, Private F. Gaston, D. Masters, D. Cason, J. Williamson, A. Roberts, K. Pomar. Co. K. 1st Serg, D. O. Cable, H. Holt, H. S. Holt, Abel Horn, Private G. W. Holt, J. S. Huffman, C. A. May, Emanuel Ryke, R. P. Sharpe, M. Sheppard, W. H. May, W. Williams. Co. F. 1st Sergeant A. N. Hendren, 2d Sergeant H. C. Foster, 4th Sergeant J. D. James, 5th Sergeant Jno. A. Nail, 4th Corporal Daniel Dwise, Pr. W. B. Abshire, Co. D, 58th Va. Infantry. E. Ricks, Co. F, 18th N. C. Infantry. J. Huffman, Co. A, 21st N. C. Infantry. D. Short, Co. E, 8th Fla. Infantry. W. Williams, Co. K, 47th Ala. Infantry. T. Little, Co. D, 37th Ala. Infantry. N. W. Higginbotham, conscript, assigned to light duty. T. H. Brachen, Co. H, 5th N. C. J
ntry. Although every one displayed all the qualities of the soldier, a few instances of cool daring may be mentioned. Private Harrison, after killing his man, and finding his carbine unfit for further use, seized the man's musket and dashed alone in the midst of the enemy, receiving a shot through his jacket. Private William Pannell, to obtain a better sight of the enemy, and to shoot with greater accuracy, leaped upon the fence in the most dangerous of the conflict. Private Wiley Williams, expecting to be ordered on a farther pursuit, while the balls were flying thick around him, deliberately dismounted and nailed a shoe on his horse. Private W. G. Berhard, by great presence of mind, by quickly inclining his head side-ways, saved his life, receiving a slight abrasion of the skin, on his neck, from a ball shot by a man, whom he instantly shot down. Sergeant Wm. Powell, Privates Willis Otey and James P. Lovell had their horses shot — Powell's dangerously. Ser