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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
rtillery. L. D. Robinson, 2d Lt. Commanding King Wm. Artillery. Marmaduke Johnson, Lt.-Col. Commanding Art. Battalion. Chas. W. Green, Capt. and A. Q. M., Johnson's Battalion Artillery. Jno. G. Collock, Capt. Federicksburg Artillery, Johnson's Battalion. A. W. Johnston, 1st Lieut. Federicksburg Artillery, Johnson's Battalion. Clinton Southworth, 2d Lt. Federicksburg Artillery, Johnson's Battalion. L. McIntosh, 1st Lieut. Clutter's Battery, Johnson's Battalion. Jno. W. Wright, Sr. 2d Lieut. Clutter's Battery, Johnson's Battalion. C. D. Montague, Jr. 2d Lieut. Clutter's Battery. Carter M. Braxton, Lt.-Col. Commanding Artillery Battalion. M. N. Moorman, Major, Braxton's Artillery Battalion. Grafton Tyler, 1st Lieut. and Adj't, Braxton's Artillery Battalion. Frederick Hunter, Surgeon, Braxton's Artillery Battalion. J. H. Forbes, Capt. and A. Q. M., Braxton's Battalion Artillery. Wm. W. Hardwicke, Capt. Light Artillery, Braxton's Battalion.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
R. E. Lovejoy, W. F. Pemberton, R. Patillo, W. H. B. Selman, Jas. Sebring, P. Sargent, T. Speake, R. Thomas, H. C. Thomas, A. Vickers, H. Whitton, J. W. Wright, A. J. Ashcraft, J. W. Anderson, J. Copeland, W. R. Hardy, G. W. Joiner, Jas. Jones, T. J. May, J. H. Mauldin, J. A. Neal, W. C. Pugh, J. M. Sparks,Parnell, Private W. S. Atkinson, J. H. Cox, M. R. Hill, P. O. Eaddy, J. F. M. Gill, Private W. T. Redick, J. D. Stokes, W. H. Truett, T. P. Langston, J. W. Wright. Co. H. Sergeant A. B. Barron, Corporal A. J. Morris, T. G. Robinson, J. W. Barrow, Private S. H. D. Evans, W. L. Green, J. F. Green. Co. I. Sergok. Co. E. Sergeant Benjamin Atwood, Private John Dixon, Private W. T. Green, R. J. Helmly. Co. F. Corporal R. R. Stone, Private C. C. Bowden, Private J. W. Wright. Co. G. Private Wm. Drawdy, Dempsy Griffin, Private L. J. Strickland. Co. H. Private James Glissin, A. J. Lee, Private B. J. Waters. Co. I
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
71. Wooldridge, Lt. E. J., 13, 53. Wooldridge, Adj't J. H., 213. Woolen, Lt. J. W., 358. Woolfolk's Artillery, 51. Woolfolk, Lt., James, 13, 51. Wooton, Maj. T. J , 359. Worrell, Ass't Surg. C. E., 191. Wortham, Lt. R. C., 284. Wright, Lt. D. 432. Wright, Lt. J. W., 17. Wright, Gen. M. J., 467. Wylie, Capt. O. A., 123. Wynn, Lt. M. D., 334. Yager, Lt. W. D., 239. Yandle, Lt. A. F., 359. Yarbrough, Col. W. H., 274. Yates, Lt. S P., 382. Yates, Lt. W. R., 305. Yeargin,Wright, Lt. J. W., 17. Wright, Gen. M. J., 467. Wylie, Capt. O. A., 123. Wynn, Lt. M. D., 334. Yager, Lt. W. D., 239. Yandle, Lt. A. F., 359. Yarbrough, Col. W. H., 274. Yates, Lt. S P., 382. Yates, Lt. W. R., 305. Yeargin, Lt. J. N., 15,65. Yeatts, Capt. J. R., 432. Yonge, C. S. Navy, C. U., 449. York, Lt. J. B., 263. York, Adj't U. S., 287. Young, Lt. A. F., 369. Young, Lt. C. E., 467. Young, Lt. I. M., 17. Young, Capt. J. D., 383. Young, Capt. J. M., 295. Young, Surg. P. M., 383. Young, Surg. T. J., 424. Young, Lt. W. B., 314. Young, Surg. W. P., 246. Younger, Capt. W. S., 431. Yount, Lt. J. A., 383. Zachary, Lt. A. H., 334. Zeigler, Capt. W. H., 413. Zimmer, Capt. Louis, 458.
Murder. --In Jefferson, Texas, on the 22d ult., M. S. McCall, who had married the divorced wife of Jno. W. Wright, met him in the street, and commenced firing on him.--Wright fled, but his pursuer overtook and stabbed him to the heart. The murderer was placed in jail, after narrowly escaping death at the hands of a mob. Murder. --In Jefferson, Texas, on the 22d ult., M. S. McCall, who had married the divorced wife of Jno. W. Wright, met him in the street, and commenced firing on him.--Wright fled, but his pursuer overtook and stabbed him to the heart. The murderer was placed in jail, after narrowly escaping death at the hands of a mob.