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J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Roster of chaplains, army of Northern Virginia. (search)
essee. Rev. Mr. Harris. Fourteenth Tennessee. J. E. King. Forty-fourth Tennessee. Twenty-third Tennessee. Sixty-third Tennessee. Fortieth Virginia. Geo. F. Bagby; J. M. Anderson. Forty-seventh Virginia. S. P. Meredith; S. B. Barber. Fifty-fifth Virginia. R. B. Beadles. Twenty-second Virginia Battalion. Thirteenth Alabama. T. H. Howell. Wilcox's Division. Scales's Brigade. Thirteenth North Carolina. Sixteenth North Carolina. Rev. Mr. Watson. Twenty-second North Carolina. F. H. Wood. Thirty-fourth North Carolina. A. R. Benick. Thirty-eighth North Carolina. Rev. Mr. McDiarmid. McGowan's Brigade. First South Carolina. Twelfth South Carolina. Rev. Mr. Dixon; J. M. Anderson. Thirteenth South Carolina. Wallace Duncan; J. N. Bouchelle. Fourteenth South Carolina. W. B. Carson. Orr's Rifles. F. P. Mulally. Thomas's Brigade. Sixteenth Georgia. Thirty-fifth Georgia. John H. Taylor. Forty-fifth Georgia. E. B. Barrett. Forty-ninth Georgia. J. J. Hyman. Lane's
J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Appendix no. 2: the work of grace in other armies of the Confederacy. (search)
ation by colored congregations since the war. During the months of December, January, February, and March, Dr. J. B. McFerrin preached nine times in Dalton, and I preached as often. Rev. Dr. Stiles, of Virginia, a Presbyterian minister, preached several times with great power and much profit to the soldiers and preachers. Rev. Mr. Caldwell, of the same Church, preached three or four times with good success. Rev. Mr. Flynn preached more than once. He, too, was a Presbyterian; also, Rev. Mr. Wood. Missionary Mooney five times, Miller three times, and R. P. Ransom, H. H. Kavanaugh, and Captain Sutherland, Twenty-third Alabama, and Alabama Conference; Chaplain W. A. Parks, Fifty-second Georgia, and Georgia Conference, each preached once or oftener, and others may have preached in my absence that I did not hear, besides these named. I only mention such as I heard. Nearly every time there was preaching penitents were called, and we would have from two to fifteen to come forward an