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Brigadier-General Ellison Capers, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 5, South Carolina (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Additional Sketches Illustrating the services of officers and Privates and patriotic citizens of South Carolina. (search)
ouse (where his horse was killed under him), the Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Chancellorsville, Second Cold Harbor, and the running fight from Stony Creek to Dinwiddie Court House. He served at Petersburg and vicinity from June, 1864, to the evacuation, including the battle of Five Forks, and then took part in the battle of Sailor'se following engagements: Hawe's Shop, Second Cold Harbor, Trevilian Station, White House, Va.; Brandy Station, Chancellorsville, Nance's Shop, Jack's Shop, Dinwiddie Court House, White Oak Swamp, and numerous fights around Petersburg. After the close of the war he returned home and took up the occupation of planting. In 1888 he w, Swift Creek, Petersburg, Weldon Road, Lee's Mills, Ream's Station, Fort Hill, Poplar Springs, Arthur's Swamp, Darbytown Road, Hatcher's Run, Stony Creek, Dinwiddie Court House, Bermuda Hundred, Lynchburg, Otter Creek, Buford's Gap, in Virginia; and Wilcox .Bridge, Averasboro, Bentonville, and Durham Station, in North Carolina. H