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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Roster of members (search)
ah, E., Jr. Martin, H. O. Mintzing, J. F. Matthews, Chris'r McCabe, B. F. O'Brien, A. F. Porter, J. H. Pemberton, G. W. Ravenel, Dr. W. C. Richards, F., Jr., Simons, T. G., Sr. Salas, F. P. Sanders, J. O'H. Snowden, W. E. Smythe, E. A. Stocker, J. B. Torley, J. E. Walker, Joseph Walker, C. I. Willis, J. L. E. Webb, W. T. L. Calder, Alex'r. Dewees, J. Fisher, S. W. Francis, G. M. Frost, H. W. Gilliland, A. Howell, SLee, J. Moultrie Marion, John Morris, W. R. Mikell, W. E. McQueen, D. Olney, C. C. Porter, W. H. Pringle, W. A., Jr. Prince, A. Robertson, J. L. Robertson, D. C. Smythe, A. T. Sanders, L. N. Small, Jno. J. Snowden, W. H. Seigling, R. Tennant, Wm. Trim, W. J. Wilkie, Oct. Willis, Ed. Walpole, J. L. Yates, C. H. Newry, S. C., July 1st, 1902. To the Trustees of the W. L. I. Annuitants' Fund: dear friends,—as duly advised, from time
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.36 (search)
e Confederate ranks—the true descendant of the Maryland cavalier. This shows what he was, and this, because the Maryland Daughters of the Confederacy have made manifest the truth in imperishable bronze, this is what will be seen and known of him in the ages to come; and as we gaze with tear dimmed eyes on that beautiful, heroic form and watch the death agony stealing over that perfect face, can you not see Murray and Blackstone and Hoffman and Williamson, and Gill and Bowly, and Grogan and Snowden and the two McKims, and a host of other stainless heroes who laid down their precious lives as a free gift to justice and the right! The Maryland soldier in life and in death clung with unconquerable tenacity to principle; and, dying, bequeathed to his people and his State the glorious fact of his service to the Confederate States. And shall we not thank God that we were given the strength and means to make this memorial to him, and to know that as long as time shall last the grief of the