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Beaufort River (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 5
ire, in as much as the retreat was at best of doubtful feasibility, and the nature of the movement would have been thereby revealed to the enemy, and its success still further jeoparded, if not entirely frustrated. I believe that in consequence of the manner in which the evacuation of the island was effected, it was unknown to the enemy until it had been fully accomplished, and this conviction is strengthened by their failure to take advantage of the entire command of Station- creek and Beaufort river, to cut off the retreat at Jenkins's Landing, and especially at Whitehall Ferry. The body of the command reached the landing at Station creek and crossed to Dr. Junkins's plantation during the night, and after resting a short time at the latter place, resumed the march for Beaufort, where it arrived early Friday morning. The town was deserted by the white population, and no representative of the Quartermaster's or Commissary's departments, or other person in authority, could be foun
Station Creek, S. C. (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 5
- creek and Beaufort river, to cut off the retreat at Jenkins's Landing, and especially at Whitehall Ferry. The body of the command reached the landing at Station creek and crossed to Dr. Junkins's plantation during the night, and after resting a short time at the latter place, resumed the march for Beaufort, where it arrived arning from him in answer to my inquiries that a retreat was practicable through Eddings's Island if boats and flats could be secured to take the forces across Station creek, I instructed him to select some prudent and trusty person to superintend the collection of the necessary means of transportation at the landing on Eddings's I the part assigned them. To Lieutenant Johnson, of the Beaufort Artillery, the command is under obligations for valuable services rendered at the ferry across Station creek, and to Captain. Thomas R. Elliott for similar aid in passing Whitehall ferry. The reports of Captain Elliott and Surgeon Turnipseed are herewith respect
Hilton Head (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 5
eries. As soon as they came within range, Fort Beauregard opened upon the vessel in advance, which, being seconded by Fort Walker and replied to by the enemy, the action became general. About the time of the first movement of the fleet, it having ed their important trust. About 2 P. M. the fire of the enemy upon our batteries was slackened, and redoubled against Hilton Head. A little after 3 o'clock it was reported to me by Adjutant Talley, that a boat was leaving one of the fleet for the shore of Hilton Head, amid loud cheers from the former, and that Fort Walker was silent; I at once proceeded to Fort Beauregard, and after the colloquies accurately detailed by Capt. Elliott in his report, ordered him to make arrangements for retreaFort Walker was silent; I at once proceeded to Fort Beauregard, and after the colloquies accurately detailed by Capt. Elliott in his report, ordered him to make arrangements for retreat from the fort towards the Narrows. I then returned and issued the necessary orders for the evacuation of the island, and the force moved in good order towards the eastern portion of the island. The only line of retreat lay across the strip o
Bay Point Island (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 5
The battles of 1861.official reports.report of Col. R. G. M. Dunovant, Twelfth regiment South Carolina volunteers. Headq'rs 12th Reg't S. C. V., Camp Lee, Pocotaligo, Nov. 16th, 1861. Capt. H. E. Young, Assistant Adj't General: Sir: On the 26th of October last, I assumed command of the forces stationed on Bay Point Island, consisting of three companies of the 9th regiment, to wit: the Beaufort Artillery, Capt. Stephen Elliott, Colleton Rifles, Capt. Anderson, and Capt. Harrison's company of Infantry; six companies of the 12th regiment South Carolina volunteers, to wit: company A, Capt. McCorkle; company C, Capt. Davis; company D, Capt. Booktus; company E, Capt. Hinson; company F, Capt. McMakin, and company I, Capt. Vallandingham; and a small detachment of Capt. Screven's, of Beaufort Guerillas, under Lieut. Youmans. My staff consisted of Lieut. W. H. Talley, Adjutant: Dr. E. B. Turnipseed, Surgeon; Capt. T. J. Bell, Quartermaster; Capt. E. A. Rabb, Commissary; Rev. C. B
Beaufort, S. C. (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 5
s's Landing, and especially at Whitehall Ferry. The body of the command reached the landing at Station creek and crossed to Dr. Junkins's plantation during the night, and after resting a short time at the latter place, resumed the march for Beaufort, where it arrived early Friday morning. The town was deserted by the white population, and no representative of the Quartermaster's or Commissary's departments, or other person in authority, could be found; I was therefore under the necessity oftation at the landing on Eddings's Island. The Rev. Stephen Elliott was chosen to discharge this important duty, and left on Thursday morning for that purpose. Fortunately, Captain Thomas Hankel, Mr. Henry Stuart, and Mr. W. H. Cuthbert, of Beaufort, had already secured a large number of flats at Dr. Jenkins's landing for the purpose of taking them to some point on Eddings's Island for our relief. Mr. Elliott; informed them of the plan agreed upon, and thus, through the co-operation of the
T. J. Bell (search for this): article 5
inson; company F, Capt. McMakin, and company I, Capt. Vallandingham; and a small detachment of Capt. Screven's, of Beaufort Guerillas, under Lieut. Youmans. My staff consisted of Lieut. W. H. Talley, Adjutant: Dr. E. B. Turnipseed, Surgeon; Capt. T. J. Bell, Quartermaster; Capt. E. A. Rabb, Commissary; Rev. C. B Betts, Chaplain, and Mr. Robert Chisholm, volunteer on staff. The entire force on the island, inclusive of field, staff and company officers, was six hundred and nineteen. Lieut. Colond commander of the fort, he exhibited an energy and intelligence in preparing the batteries for the fight which were only equalled by the gallantry and firmness of the defence. A I the members of my staff did their duty. Adjutant Talley, Captain Bell, quartermaster, and Rev. C. B. Betts the chaplain, frequently sent with orders to various parts of the island during the bombardment, executed their trust in a manner entirely satisfactory to Lieutenant Youmans and his detachment were ef
unteers. Headq'rs 12th Reg't S. C. V., Camp Lee, Pocotaligo, Nov. 16th, 1861. Capt. H. E. Young, Assistant Adj't General: Sir: On the 26th of October last, I assumed command of the forces stationed on Bay Point Island, consisting of three companies of the 9th regiment, to wit: the Beaufort Artillery, Capt. Stephen Elliott, Colleton Rifles, Capt. Anderson, and Capt. Harrison's company of Infantry; six companies of the 12th regiment South Carolina volunteers, to wit: company A, Capt. McCorkle; company C, Capt. Davis; company D, Capt. Booktus; company E, Capt. Hinson; company F, Capt. McMakin, and company I, Capt. Vallandingham; and a small detachment of Capt. Screven's, of Beaufort Guerillas, under Lieut. Youmans. My staff consisted of Lieut. W. H. Talley, Adjutant: Dr. E. B. Turnipseed, Surgeon; Capt. T. J. Bell, Quartermaster; Capt. E. A. Rabb, Commissary; Rev. C. B Betts, Chaplain, and Mr. Robert Chisholm, volunteer on staff. The entire force on the island, inclusive of
Thomas Hankel (search for this): article 5
, and after learning from him in answer to my inquiries that a retreat was practicable through Eddings's Island if boats and flats could be secured to take the forces across Station creek, I instructed him to select some prudent and trusty person to superintend the collection of the necessary means of transportation at the landing on Eddings's Island. The Rev. Stephen Elliott was chosen to discharge this important duty, and left on Thursday morning for that purpose. Fortunately, Captain Thomas Hankel, Mr. Henry Stuart, and Mr. W. H. Cuthbert, of Beaufort, had already secured a large number of flats at Dr. Jenkins's landing for the purpose of taking them to some point on Eddings's Island for our relief. Mr. Elliott; informed them of the plan agreed upon, and thus, through the co-operation of these gentlemen, and the valuable assistance of Captain Tripp and his command, the evacuation of the island was effected. I communicated the plan of retreat to none save Captain Elliott, the
H. E. Young (search for this): article 5
The battles of 1861.official reports.report of Col. R. G. M. Dunovant, Twelfth regiment South Carolina volunteers. Headq'rs 12th Reg't S. C. V., Camp Lee, Pocotaligo, Nov. 16th, 1861. Capt. H. E. Young, Assistant Adj't General: Sir: On the 26th of October last, I assumed command of the forces stationed on Bay Point Island, consisting of three companies of the 9th regiment, to wit: the Beaufort Artillery, Capt. Stephen Elliott, Colleton Rifles, Capt. Anderson, and Capt. Harrison's he Beaufort Artillery, the command is under obligations for valuable services rendered at the ferry across Station creek, and to Captain. Thomas R. Elliott for similar aid in passing Whitehall ferry. The reports of Captain Elliott and Surgeon Turnipseed are herewith respectfully submitted. Very respectfully,Your obedient servant, (Signed) R. G. M. Dunovant, Colonel 12th Reg't S. C. V. [Official copy.] (signed) H. E. Young, A. A. General. (Official,) John Withers, A. A. General.
Vallandingham (search for this): article 5
On the 26th of October last, I assumed command of the forces stationed on Bay Point Island, consisting of three companies of the 9th regiment, to wit: the Beaufort Artillery, Capt. Stephen Elliott, Colleton Rifles, Capt. Anderson, and Capt. Harrison's company of Infantry; six companies of the 12th regiment South Carolina volunteers, to wit: company A, Capt. McCorkle; company C, Capt. Davis; company D, Capt. Booktus; company E, Capt. Hinson; company F, Capt. McMakin, and company I, Capt. Vallandingham; and a small detachment of Capt. Screven's, of Beaufort Guerillas, under Lieut. Youmans. My staff consisted of Lieut. W. H. Talley, Adjutant: Dr. E. B. Turnipseed, Surgeon; Capt. T. J. Bell, Quartermaster; Capt. E. A. Rabb, Commissary; Rev. C. B Betts, Chaplain, and Mr. Robert Chisholm, volunteer on staff. The entire force on the island, inclusive of field, staff and company officers, was six hundred and nineteen. Lieut. Colonel Barnes, of the 12th regiment, was placed in command of
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