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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Historical sketch of the Rockbridge artillery, C. S. Army, by a member of the famous battery. (search)
ebruary 9th—J. Campbell Heiskell. March 1st—Alexander R. Boteler, Jr., and Davenport D. Magruder. The pay-roll made there notes the following changes, to—wit: Nicholas H. Lewis, discharged November 16th, by order of General Winder, and Samuel A. Wilson, discharged February 10, 1862, by order of General Garnett. On March 3, 1862, the company left their winter quarters at Zollicoffer, and encamped about a mile north of Winchester, near the Fair-grounds. Here we were joined by the following new men: March 3d-Calvin M. Dold, Joseph McAlpine, Thomas E. Mc-Corkle, Ed. A. Moore, Robert A. Pleasants, Benjamin R. Swisher, George W. Swisher, Thomas H. Tidball, Samuel A. Wilson. March 6th—George A. Ginger, William L. Ginger, Oscar M. Marshall, George W. Fugh. March 7th—Robert T. Barton, J. Harvey Gilmore, George H. Nicely, Samuel W. Paxton, Thomas M. Wade. March 10th—William H. Bolling, Hugh H. McGuire, Jr., William Wiseman. On the 10th, the battery left this camp an