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[from the Mobile, Ala., register, May 20, 1894.] Jeb Stuart's boy artillerist from Alabama.
How John Pelham, by his skill and courage, wrote his name high on the temple of fame.
sabres 'mid Virginia's snow, The fiery pang of shells— And there's a voice of immemorial woe In Alabama dells. The pennon droops, that led the sacred band Along the crimson field; The meteor blade s, especially when that career is all too little known, says the Louisville Courier-Journal.
In Alabama, in the vale of Alexandria, September 7, in the year 1838, there was born a babe destined to be when the laughing blue of the Southland sky was overcast by the dark cloud of civil strife and Alabama called to her sons in every clime to come to her defence, Pelham resigned his cadetship at the horse artillery.
Some of these men were from Virginia and Maryland, but most of them were from Alabama.
From Talladega, Ala., near Pelham's home, went forty men under Lieutenant William McGregor, a