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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoir of Jane Claudia Johnson. (search)
Colonel J. M. Hall; Twelfth Alabama, Colonel B. B. Gale; Third Alabama, Colonel C. A. Battle. General Rodes and Colonel O'Neal having been wounded at Seven Pines, the command of the brigade in the Seven Days battles devolved on Colonel Gordon, and then and there he laid the foundation of his world-wide fame. In his report of these battles Colonel Gordon while paying merited compliment to Rodes' entire brigade, especially made honorable mention of Major Hobson, of the Fifth Alabama. At Boonesboro and Sharpsburg General Rodes was upon the field, and in his report of these engagements says: While all the troops did well, I especially commend Colonel Gordon, Sixth Alabama, Major Hobson, Fifth Alabama, and Colonel Battle, Third Alabama, for highly meritorious conduct throughout the campaign. Very soon after the battle of Sharpsburg Gordon was promoted to brigadier-general, and assigned to a Georgia brigade. A little later Major-General D. H. Hill, who had commanded the division, wa
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.33 (search)
Colonel J. M. Hall; Twelfth Alabama, Colonel B. B. Gale; Third Alabama, Colonel C. A. Battle. General Rodes and Colonel O'Neal having been wounded at Seven Pines, the command of the brigade in the Seven Days battles devolved on Colonel Gordon, and then and there he laid the foundation of his world-wide fame. In his report of these battles Colonel Gordon while paying merited compliment to Rodes' entire brigade, especially made honorable mention of Major Hobson, of the Fifth Alabama. At Boonesboro and Sharpsburg General Rodes was upon the field, and in his report of these engagements says: While all the troops did well, I especially commend Colonel Gordon, Sixth Alabama, Major Hobson, Fifth Alabama, and Colonel Battle, Third Alabama, for highly meritorious conduct throughout the campaign. Very soon after the battle of Sharpsburg Gordon was promoted to brigadier-general, and assigned to a Georgia brigade. A little later Major-General D. H. Hill, who had commanded the division, wa