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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.29 (search)
se so removing were known as refugees. Mr. Satterthwaite's firing up at the supposed imputation that Union men were more disloyal than secessionists shows a feeling which was quite strong with many who opposed secession until after Sumter was fired on. They thought that President Davis, Governor Ellis, and their party generally, regarded them with some degree of suspicion, or at least lacking in ardor for the Southern cause. There was an early division in the convention on this line, Graham, Badger, Satterthwaite, etc., against Edwards, Ruffin, Biggs, Howard, etc. The contest for Governor between Vance and Johnston was the result of this difference of sentiment, each party, however, uniting in the avowal of hostility to the restoration of the Union and determination to fight to the bitter end for independence. I add further that all the speakers in the foregoing discussion are dead except Mr. Pettigrew, who, having left the University of North Carolina fifty-eight years ago,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Company C, Ninth Virginia cavalry, C. S. A. [from the Richmond (Va.) Dispatch, February 9, 1896.] (search)
, second lieutenant; killed in Charles City county. Lawrence Washington, second lieutenant; severely wounded. Ro. B. Lewis, second lieutenant, twice wounded. Non-commissioned officers. Richard Washington, first sergeant; killed near Hagerstown. Stephen C. Hardwick, first sergeant; killed at Nance's Shop. Thomas W. B. Edwards, first sergeant; captured. Henry Benson, sergeant; John W. Branson, sergeant; severely wounded. Gordon F. Bowie, corporal; wounded in Charles City county. John Graham, corporal; died in service. W. C. Marmaduke, corporal; captured. John Critcher, corporal; promoted colonel, Fifteenth Virginia Cavalry. George B. Carroll, corporal; killed at Nance's Shop. Henry C. Baker, corporal. Privates. Thomas Arnold, transferred to Company I, B. B. Ashton, killed at Gettysburg, Charles H. Ashton, Benjamin Atwill, wounded, Thomas B. Baber, Ellison Barber, Thomas Barber, killed at Brandy Station, Burton B. Bates, died in service, Eugene Battaile, wounded, Al