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ield officers Col. Madison S. Perry, Lieut.-Col. Robert Bullock, and Maj. Tillman Ingram. Before thrna and Tampa. At Smyrna the commands of Captains Bullock, Eichelberger and others engaged the enemer. Colonel Perry resigning command, Lieutenant-Colonel Bullock was promoted to colonel, Major Ingramissing, 1 private, supposed killed. Col. Robert Bullock, Seventh Florida infantry, in his report. Col. A. D. McLean; Seventh infantry, Col. Robert Bullock; First cavalry, dismounted, Col. G. Troere Floridians who were in the trenches. Colonel Bullock, of the Seventh, and Colonel Maxwell and gagement General Finley was wounded and Col. Robert Bullock, who had been exchanged, took command oand in a gallant fight at Overall's creek Colonel Bullock was wounded. Another severe fight followaign General Bate commends the service of Colonel Bullock and his brigade, stating that after BulloBullock was severely wounded on December 4th, near Murfreesboro, Maj. Jacob A. Lash took command of the [2 more...]
returned to Tennessee and died at Memphis in 1873. Brigadier-General Robert Bullock was one of the influential men of Florida before the ws brigade was still in Smith's department, and on June 2d Lieutenant-Colonel Bullock was commissioned colonel. When all available Confederateon it continued to serve throughout the Atlanta campaign under Colonel Bullock, who had already distinguished himself as a cool and gallant c a gallant part in it all. During the campaign into Tennessee Colonel Bullock led Finley's brigade, and was one of the gallant participants al report of the Tennessee campaign, pays a high compliment to Colonel Bullock. He says: T. B. Smith, commanding Tyler's brigade, and Col. RCol. Robert Bullock, commanding Finley's, bore themselves with heroic courage, both through good and evil fortune, always executing orders with zeaeded by Major Lash, whose coolness and gallantry were marked. Colonel Bullock came out of the Tennessee campaign with the temporary rank of