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Suttons (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.2
r, A. J., Clements, Jas., Kay, Wm., Wartinagle, M., Little, C. M., Lewis, J. M., Maupin, R. W., Davis, P. M., Davis, D. N., Dodel, C. G., Eddins, C. C., Gibson, R., Gibson, J. W., Garrison, Wm., Holley, G. D., Houchens, J. F., Houchens, W. T., Houchens, J. C., Head, Q. V., Kelley, G. W., Killcollin, P., Marshall, B., McCallister, B., Merritt, L. T., Moody, R. B., Pace, J. R., Pendleton, Wm., Riner, Jno., Sutton, S. C., Taylor, Jno., Via, G. M., Wood, Eli, Ward, N. T., Walton, G. E. T., Wood, W. R. [3 officers, 45 men.] I certify that this roll is correct. C. F. Johnston, Capt. Albemarle Ar'y, Poague's Battalion, 3d Corps, A. N. V. First Corps—Lieutenant-General James Longstreet. J. Longstreet, Lt.-Gen. Osman Latrobe, Lt.-Col. and A. A. G., 1st Corps. Jno. W. Fairfax, Lt.-Col., A. A. and I. G., 1st Army Corps. R. M. Sims, Capt. and A. A. and I. G. W. N. Starke,
Covington (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.2
ry, Ala. Vols., McIntosh's Batt. Artillery, 3d Corps, A. N. V. 1st Lieut. G. A. Fenell, one horse. 2d Lieut. J. H. Crenshaw, one horse. 1st Sergeant R. P. Scarbrough. Sergeant F. N. Wilkerson. W. P. Chappell. Corporal T. C, Baker. W. G. Pruitt. M. R. Pruitt. J. C. Armstrong. J. Z. Strong, H. C. Chappell. Privates. Allen, W. A., Bunks, F. M., Barnes, R. T., courier, one private horse, Beasty, B. M., Black, Dan'l, Bryant, R. J., Calhoun, Frank, Covington, J. M., Cox, Jasper, Crenshaw, N. M., Davis, J. L., Denson, W. H., Denson, R. D., Dorning, W. J., Duggers, Jno. M., O'Neal, W. H., Perry, A. T., Pitts, W. J., Pitts, Bolton, Pollard, W. S., Potter, Jno. T., Phillips, H. T., Rea, E. K., Scarbrough, J. G., Self, J. E., Smith, Jno. P., Smith, Clay, Stringfield, Jno., Simpson, Jas., Tyler, D. Z. B., Tyler, R. L., Falls, Jno., Forchana, Thos., Griffin, Davidson, H
Colorado (Colorado, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.2
, A. N. V. First Corps—Lieutenant-General James Longstreet. J. Longstreet, Lt.-Gen. Osman Latrobe, Lt.-Col. and A. A. G., 1st Corps. Jno. W. Fairfax, Lt.-Col., A. A. and I. G., 1st Army Corps. R. M. Sims, Capt. and A. A. and I. G. W. N. Starke, Maj. and A. A. G., 3d Corps, A. N. Va. E. Taylor, Major and Q. M.,3d Corps. M. F. Taylor, 1st Lt. and A. D. C., 3d Corps. Conway R. Howard, Maj. and Chief Eng'r, 3d Corps. Ambrose Dunn, Aid-de-Camp. P. T. Manning, Lt.-Col., A. N. Va. T. J. Goree, 1st Lt. and A. D. C. to Lt.-Gen. Longstreet. Frank Potts, Capt. and A. Q. M., 1st Corps. Jas. G Field, Maj. and Chief Quartermaster, B. Walthall, 2d Lt. Co. C, 33d Va. Regiment and A. A. D. C. F. E. Goodridge, 2d Lt. and Ord. Offi'r. J. T. Averett, Capt. and A. Q. M. Wm. H. Ramsey, Lt.-Col., Commanding 57th Va. Regiment. Edward Pollard, Ass't Surg., 57th Va. Infantry. John L. Ward, Capt. Co. B, 57th Va. Infantry. Ralph S. Woody, Capt. Co. E, 57
Antrim, Pa. (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.2
one horse and equipments. Green, Jas. R., private, one horse and equipments. Cooper, Amos, private. Hooper, Judson V., private, one horse and equipments. Company B. Henry C. Norman, private, one horse and equipments. Thaxton, Wm. C., private, one horse and equipments. Butts, Anthony, private. Littlejohn, Wm., private, one horse and equipments. Company C. Sergeant N. H. Christian, one horse and equipments. Elliot, Geo. H., private, one horse and equipments. Antrim, W. W., private, one horse and equipments. Persons, R. T., private, one horse and equipments. Preston, C. J., private, one horse, bridle and halter. Perrow, Wm. C., private, one horse and equipments. Catterton, W. W., private, one horse and equipments. Slaughter, Jas. M., private, one horse and equipments. Fretwell, Jno. T., private, one horse and equipments. Hurt, Job, private, one horse and equipments. Lovell, Wm., private, one horse and equipments. Farmer, Wm. R
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.2
pson. Non-commissioned officers, 25; musicians, 10; privates, 111; aggregate, 146. Recapitulation—Non-commissioned officers, 169; musicians, 22; privates, 546; aggregate, 737. N. B.—S. M. Whitney, an employee in the Quarter-Master Department, but not an enlisted man, and therefore not included in the foregoing report. W. S. Cabender, private Co. B, 23d Georgia Volunteers, a prison guard in Richmond, followed the army on its retreat, and being unable to reach his own command, in North Carolina, is on duty and is surrendered with this brigade, but not included in the total of this report. Respectfully forwarded, Henry L. Benning, Brig.-Gen. S. J. Benning, A. A. G. Bratton's Brigade. Jno. Bratton, Brig. Gen., P. A. C. S. A. C. Sorrel, Captain and A. A. General, P. A. C. S. W. H. Quincy, Maj. and Q. M., P. A. C. S. L. L. Ayers, Capt. and A. Q. M., P. A. C. S. H. M. Judge, 1st Lt. and A. D. C. D. R. Jamison, 1st Lieut. and Ordnance Officer. J. R. Hagoo
Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.2
lery Corps. D. N. Walker, Capt. Artillery (one horse).* Crispen Dickenson, Capt. Artillery (one mule).* Official copy in so much as is marked thus (*), but original as to the remainder. Jno. Mason, Capt. And A. A. Q. General. T. C. Jordan, Maj. Commanding Huger's Batt. Artillery, two horses. Wm. W. Parker, Maj. Artillery C. S. A., two horses. H. V. Gray, Surgeon C. S. A., one horse. L. F. Dozier, Asst. Surgeon C. S. A., one horse. Jesse S. Wood, Capt. and Asst. Qr. Ma., two horses. Jas. F. Grattan, 1st Lieut. and Adj't., one horse. Jno. H. Weddel, 1st Lt Commanding Taylor Battery, one horse. Jno. T. Ford, 2d Lt. Artillery, C. S. A., one horse. John Donnell Smith, Capt. Commanding Battery A, one horse. J. R. Shumman, 1st Lieut. Artillery, C. S. A., one horse. D. J. Carr, 2nd Lieut. Artillery, C. S. A., one horse. H. A. Wise, 2d Lieut. Artillery, C. S A., one horse. C. A. Bower, 2nd Lieut. Artillery, one horse. Geo. Poindexter, 1st
Fort Fisher (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.2
Privates. Adams, Thomas A., Adams, W. N., Angle, Lyndie, Brady, Jas. B., Brazeal, Allen, Bullock, Henderson J., Cisco, Everett B., Crow, Wm. M., Dettmore, Jno., Delaney, Calvin, Dudney, Arthur, Eadley, Jno., Fisher, Jno. F., Fisher, Jas. M., Highland, Silas, Hill, Wm. H., Kennedy, John, Long, Griffin, Lee, Joseph, Mannion, Mike, Mellen, Henry, McCann, John, McGrath, Jno., Neal, Andrew J., Ryan, Jno., Stewart, Samuel, Fisher, Jas. M., Highland, Silas, Hill, Wm. H., Kennedy, John, Long, Griffin, Lee, Joseph, Mannion, Mike, Mellen, Henry, McCann, John, McGrath, Jno., Neal, Andrew J., Ryan, Jno., Stewart, Samuel, Sturdivant, Jas., Tedderton, Jesse T., Tedderton, Jno., Thompson, Wm., Thomasson, Samuel, White, Pat. [3 officers, 41 men.] Roll of Captain Woolfolk's Company (G), Huger's Artillery Battalion, First Army Corps. James Woolfolk, 1st Lieut., one horse. Geo. D. Vaughan, Jr. 1st Lieut., one horse. L. W. Duke, Sergeant. W. A. Saunders, Corporal. Silas Chandler, Corporal. Wm. S. Flippe, Corporal. Nicholas Terrill, Sergeant. John Slater, Sergeant. Ragland
Baltimore, Md. (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.2
Parker's Battery. J. H. Maddison, Parker's Battery. J. A. Roach, Parker's Battery. G. T. Tinder, Taylor's Battery. Alex. Hall, Taylor's Battery. B. V. Loving, Sullivan's Battery. R. Moss, 10th Virginia Infantry, Company C. A. C. Graham, 4th Alabama Infantry, Company G. E. Meade, 4th Virginia Infantry, Company I. J. W. Tomlinson, Rockbridge Battery. E. Davis, French's Battery. T. S. Diggs, Armistead's Battery. A. T. Gresham, Patterson's Battery. A. G Holland, Baltimore Light Artillery. Enlisted men, 26. Report of officers and men detailed in the Quartermaster's Department of Ordnance Train Artillery, 3d Corps, A. N. Va., to be paroled, and the commands to which they belong. S. H. Thorburn, Fred's Artillery, Johnson's regiment, Acting Q. M. Sergeant, detailed from Artillery, not before reported. A. D. Cochrane, Williams' company, Poague's regiment, wagonmaster, detailed from Artillery, not before reported. R. S. Duncan, Co. B, 35th Ga. regi
Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.2
Gale, Commanding. Sergeant Thomas Brooke, Maryland. Robert B. Chew, Maryland. H. J. Langsdale, Maryland. Fred. J. Frayer, Maryland. Corporal James W. Owens, Maryland. John Gilpin, Maryland. J. W. Fillins, Maryland. Privates. W. W. Ballard, Maryland, Thos. Broughton, MaMaryland, Jas. Baily, Maryland, M. Blummenauer, Maryland, S. G. Bowland, Maryland, Wm. ConMaryland, Wm. Conner, Maryland, R. E. Cleary, Maryland, R. T. Dryden, Maryland, S. E. Duvall, Maryland, J V. H. McCormick, Maryland, John Mitchell, Maryland, Ed. C. Mudd, Maryland, C. W. Nelson, MMaryland, C. W. Nelson, Maryland, P. D. Smith, Maryland, Eugene Worthington, Maryland, W. T. Wilson, Maryland, L.Maryland, W. T. Wilson, Maryland, L. S. Webb, Maryland, Jas. N. Weems, Maryland. [36] I certify that the above is a correct list Maryland, L. S. Webb, Maryland, Jas. N. Weems, Maryland. [36] I certify that the above is a correct list of the officers, noncommissioned officers, and privates of the 1st Maryland Artillery now present. Maryland, Jas. N. Weems, Maryland. [36] I certify that the above is a correct list of the officers, noncommissioned officers, and privates of the 1st Maryland Artillery now present. There is no public property in the company. John Gale, Lt. Commanding. April 9th, 1865. Names o[23 more...]
Norfolk (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.2
Jos. Prudes, E. A. Delahaye, Jas. Landry. Jno. Mamply, servant, Jno. Semple, servant, [Signed] [4 officers, 64 men, 4 servants.] R. Prosper Landry, Capt. Commanding Donaldsonville Artillery. Co. C, Norfolk L. A. Blues, of Norfolk, Va. Sergeant W. T. Clark, Corporal J. T. Rainer. Privates. W. W. Woodward, M. Gordon, Jno. Hodges, N. E. White, B. Whiting, Jno. Wallers, J. R. Roberts, Ord. Sergeant Jno. J. Morris, R. Porter, E. Fitzgerald, Hospital Steward Jesse J. Morris, R. G. Wingfield, [13 men, 1 warrant officer.] R. Prosper Landry, Capt. Commanding Donaldsonville Artillery. Co. D, Huger's Battery, of Norfolk, Va. Sergeant J. T. Wadsworth, one horse, Sergeant Jno. W. Ash, one horse, Private W. J. Reid. [3 men.] R. Prosper Landry, Capt. Commanding Donaldsonville Artillery. Roll of Field and Staff officers of Poague's Battalion Artillery, Third Corps, A. N. Va. Lt.-Col. W. T. Poague, Commanding Battalion, two horses,
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