hide Sorting

You can sort these results in two ways:

By entity
Chronological order for dates, alphabetical order for places and people.
By position (current method)
As the entities appear in the document.

You are currently sorting in ascending order. Sort in descending order.

hide Most Frequent Entities

The entities that appear most frequently in this document are shown below.

Entity Max. Freq Min. Freq
Jefferson Davis 833 7 Browse Search
United States (United States) 442 0 Browse Search
Baltimore, Md. (Maryland, United States) 353 11 Browse Search
U. S. Grant 296 2 Browse Search
Maryland (Maryland, United States) 254 0 Browse Search
William T. Sherman 209 7 Browse Search
Robert E. Lee 160 0 Browse Search
A. Lincoln 156 0 Browse Search
Abraham Lincoln 142 0 Browse Search
C. C. Lee 140 2 Browse Search
View all entities in this document...

Browsing named entities in a specific section of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones). Search the whole document.

Found 155 total hits in 132 results.

1 2 3 4 5 6 ...
Goochland (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.24
Roster of Goochland county Troop. [from the Richmond, Va., dispatch, December 29, 1901.1 The following roster of the Goochland Troop, after much agony and bloody sweat, has been at last made up, and it is thought to be correct as possible by those who are likely to know. It was prepared in collaboration. This list of gallant comrades would never have crystalized but for the energy of Comrade Charles H. Powell. After the elapse of more than a quarter of a century, it looks out from behind the veil of intercepting years that are fraught with anguish, patience and pathos. Among the members of this company was the heroic Jim Pleasants, the man without a model, of high-erected thought and patriotic purpose, who had rather agonize in Hades rightly than enjoy bliss beyond the cerulean improperly. Napoleon I said that Tom Paine, by virtue of his patriotic deeds in behalf of the American patriots during the revolution, was entitled to a monument of brass. So say we of the gallant
Pottsville (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.24
red from Leak's Battery. John W. Randolph. Nat Ragland; recruit (dead). R. J. Loving; recruit. Hiter Loving; recruit (dead). John Quigley; substitute (dead). Mike McPhalin; substitute (Tiger). John Pleasants; transferred from Guy's Battery. Mathew Lloyd, Jr.; recruit. Pat Brannon; substitute (killed Cedar Run in Valley). W. H. Jennings; transferred from Leak's Battery. Obadiah Johnson; recruit. Reverdy Johnson; recruit. Carter Johnson; recruit. Charles Lacy; recruit. John Eades; recruit. John Black; recruit. W. H. Parrish. Richard Trice (Pottsville). George W. Fleming. Napoleon Perkins; recruit. Isaac Williams. George Logan. Richard A. Wise; died December 21, 1900, 2:40 A. M., at Williamsburg, Va.; congressman from the Norfolk and Williamsburg District. Deaths indicated far as known to date. Respectfully submitted, with high regards, for all concerned. E. H. Lively. Spokane, Washington, 14th of December, A. D. , 1901.
Richmond (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.24
Roster of Goochland county Troop. [from the Richmond, Va., dispatch, December 29, 1901.1 The following roster of the Goochland Troop, after much agony and bloody sweat, has been at last made up, and it is thought to be correct as possible by those who are likely to know. It was prepared in collaboration. This list of gallant comrades would never have crystalized but for the energy of Comrade Charles H. Powell. After the elapse of more than a quarter of a century, it looks out from behed by Fitzhugh Lee in General Orders, No. 1, to the Army of Northern Virginia, Lee's division, April 4, 1864. Resolutions to the honor and memory of James Pleasants may also be found among the records of the Southern Historical Society, at Richmond, Va. The original Roll. Officers. Julian Harrison, captain; dead. G. F. Harrison, first lieutenant. A. M. Hobson, second lieutenant; dead. John D. Hobson, third lieutenant. W. R. Fleming, first sergeant; dead. John A. Picket, s
Spokane River (United States) (search for this): chapter 1.24
ed from Leak's Battery. John W. Randolph. Nat Ragland; recruit (dead). R. J. Loving; recruit. Hiter Loving; recruit (dead). John Quigley; substitute (dead). Mike McPhalin; substitute (Tiger). John Pleasants; transferred from Guy's Battery. Mathew Lloyd, Jr.; recruit. Pat Brannon; substitute (killed Cedar Run in Valley). W. H. Jennings; transferred from Leak's Battery. Obadiah Johnson; recruit. Reverdy Johnson; recruit. Carter Johnson; recruit. Charles Lacy; recruit. John Eades; recruit. John Black; recruit. W. H. Parrish. Richard Trice (Pottsville). George W. Fleming. Napoleon Perkins; recruit. Isaac Williams. George Logan. Richard A. Wise; died December 21, 1900, 2:40 A. M., at Williamsburg, Va.; congressman from the Norfolk and Williamsburg District. Deaths indicated far as known to date. Respectfully submitted, with high regards, for all concerned. E. H. Lively. Spokane, Washington, 14th of December, A. D. , 1901.
Williamsburg (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.24
ed from Leak's Battery. John W. Randolph. Nat Ragland; recruit (dead). R. J. Loving; recruit. Hiter Loving; recruit (dead). John Quigley; substitute (dead). Mike McPhalin; substitute (Tiger). John Pleasants; transferred from Guy's Battery. Mathew Lloyd, Jr.; recruit. Pat Brannon; substitute (killed Cedar Run in Valley). W. H. Jennings; transferred from Leak's Battery. Obadiah Johnson; recruit. Reverdy Johnson; recruit. Carter Johnson; recruit. Charles Lacy; recruit. John Eades; recruit. John Black; recruit. W. H. Parrish. Richard Trice (Pottsville). George W. Fleming. Napoleon Perkins; recruit. Isaac Williams. George Logan. Richard A. Wise; died December 21, 1900, 2:40 A. M., at Williamsburg, Va.; congressman from the Norfolk and Williamsburg District. Deaths indicated far as known to date. Respectfully submitted, with high regards, for all concerned. E. H. Lively. Spokane, Washington, 14th of December, A. D. , 1901.
Walter Branch (Kentucky, United States) (search for this): chapter 1.24
nd lieutenant; dead. John D. Hobson, third lieutenant. W. R. Fleming, first sergeant; dead. John A. Picket, second sergeant; dead. C. B. Trevillian, third sergeant. W. W. Wright, fourth sergeant; dead. James M. Trice, first corporal. J. G. Ragland, second corporal. J. C. James, third corporal. T. M. Fleming, fourth corporal. Privates. Garland Anderson. M. L. Anderson; dead. R. H. Anderson. T. C. Anderson. T. R. Argyle; dead. Richard Bolling. Walter Branch; dead. George T. Britt. W. B. M. Brooking. J. J. Cheatwood. C. D. Fleming. W. L. Fleming. F. N. Fleming; dead. Reuben Ford. T. C. Galt; dead. Robert Galt; dead. D. L. Hall. W. R. Hall. J. H. Heath. T. M. Harris; killed. D. A. Hatcher. T. J. Holman; killed. John D. James. Robert James; dead. G. R. Johnson. George Lawrence; dead. Thomas Massie; dead. Silas M. Hart; dead. James P. Morris; dead. B. F. Parrish. Isaac Curd. E. S. Pendleton. C
ourth sergeant; dead. James M. Trice, first corporal. J. G. Ragland, second corporal. J. C. James, third corporal. T. M. Fleming, fourth corporal. Privates. Garland Anderson. M. L. Anderson; dead. R. H. Anderson. T. C. Anderson. T. R. Argyle; dead. Richard Bolling. Walter Branch; dead. George T. Britt. W. B. M. Brooking. J. J. Cheatwood. C. D. Fleming. W. L. Fleming. F. N. Fleming; dead. Reuben Ford. T. C. Galt; dead. Robert Galt; dead. D. L. Hall. W. R. Hall. J. H. Heath. T. M. Harris; killed. D. A. Hatcher. T. J. Holman; killed. John D. James. Robert James; dead. G. R. Johnson. George Lawrence; dead. Thomas Massie; dead. Silas M. Hart; dead. James P. Morris; dead. B. F. Parrish. Isaac Curd. E. S. Pendleton. C. R. Pendleton. Thomas Pemberton; dead. Richard Pemberton; dead. Charles H. Powell. Thomas J. Rutherford; dead. S. D. Ragland. W. R. Rock. J. S. Swift; dead. Oscar Shultice; dea
James Houchins (search for this): chapter 1.24
. R. F. Vaughan. The following were the members and those who subsequently joined the company: Samuel R. Guy; recruit. Hancock Hamilton; recruit. Edward Haden; killed. Douglass Haden; killed. Julien Henderson; wounded. Tommie Herndon; dead. E. T. Hughes; recruit. Samuel Mosby; recruit. Branch Bell; recruit. James Argyle; transferred to. E. H. Argyle; transferred to. R. H. Trice; recruit. T. A. Curd; transferred from. William Morris; recruit. James Houchins; recruit. Thomas Houchins, recruit. John Baugh; substitute. B. S. Dandridge; substitute. Mat. G. Anderson; recruit. A. C. Brooking; recruit. R. L. Brooking; recruit. William Pleasants; substitute. John C. Ragland; recruit. John S. Garthright; transferred from. John R. Garthright; transferred from. S. H. Garthright. John Ladden (Shepherdstown); killed. Marcellus Shelton; killed. James Foster; substitute. Richard Missenger; transferred from. ——
Fitzhugh Lee (search for this): chapter 1.24
ean improperly. Napoleon I said that Tom Paine, by virtue of his patriotic deeds in behalf of the American patriots during the revolution, was entitled to a monument of brass. So say we of the gallant James Pleasants, who was complimented by Fitzhugh Lee in General Orders, No. 1, to the Army of Northern Virginia, Lee's division, April 4, 1864. Resolutions to the honor and memory of James Pleasants may also be found among the records of the Southern Historical Society, at Richmond, Va. ThLee's division, April 4, 1864. Resolutions to the honor and memory of James Pleasants may also be found among the records of the Southern Historical Society, at Richmond, Va. The original Roll. Officers. Julian Harrison, captain; dead. G. F. Harrison, first lieutenant. A. M. Hobson, second lieutenant; dead. John D. Hobson, third lieutenant. W. R. Fleming, first sergeant; dead. John A. Picket, second sergeant; dead. C. B. Trevillian, third sergeant. W. W. Wright, fourth sergeant; dead. James M. Trice, first corporal. J. G. Ragland, second corporal. J. C. James, third corporal. T. M. Fleming, fourth corporal. Privates. Garland
James Foster (search for this): chapter 1.24
A. Curd; transferred from. William Morris; recruit. James Houchins; recruit. Thomas Houchins, recruit. John Baugh; substitute. B. S. Dandridge; substitute. Mat. G. Anderson; recruit. A. C. Brooking; recruit. R. L. Brooking; recruit. William Pleasants; substitute. John C. Ragland; recruit. John S. Garthright; transferred from. John R. Garthright; transferred from. S. H. Garthright. John Ladden (Shepherdstown); killed. Marcellus Shelton; killed. James Foster; substitute. Richard Missenger; transferred from. ——Terrell; transferred from. P. O. Nichol; transferred from. ——Webster; substitute. ——Scott; transferred from. Julien Armstrong; recruit. Philip Taylor; recruit. Powhatan Ayres; transferred. John Talley; transferred from Guy's Battery. John Palmore; transferred from Leak's Battery. John W. Randolph. Nat Ragland; recruit (dead). R. J. Loving; recruit. Hiter Loving; recruit (dead). John Quigley
1 2 3 4 5 6 ...