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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Historical sketch of the Rockbridge artillery, C. S. Army, by a member of the famous battery. (search)
re was an alarm that the enemy's cavalry was at the camp; battery ordered out, and went into position for a fight on right of the railroad; remained there the rest of the day and night, and returned to camp the morning of 1st March [the record has it 30th February—a natural slip, considering the circumstances], where it remained till 1st April. It then left camp and marched fourteen miles to Louisa Courthouse; 9th, marched sixteen miles to a place two miles west of Gordonsville, on the Stanardsville road; and on 20th, marched four miles and encamped where it is at date. Notes. Eugene S. Alexander, discharged February 5, 1864, by order General Lee. William H. Effinger, transferred December 9, 1863; to First regiment engineers. C. N. B. Minor to same, April 16, 1864, and Launcelot Minor. Joseph E. Craig, who joined March 2, 1863, died March 30, 1864. John M. Gold, who joined April i, 1863, died January 14, 1864, at Fort Lookout. J. T. Gooch joined the battery, trans