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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Parole list of Engineer troops, Army of Northern Virginia, surrendered at Appomattox C. H., April 9th, 1865. (search)
er, Jr., Elkana Lakey, Monroe Love, Thos. D. Neal, Wm. T. Norford, Rufus Rainy, H. F. Tinder, J. J. Vaughan, D. H. Willard, M. Warren. note.—Sergeant P. C. McPhail, detached and paroled in Charlotte county. Company B. John M. Baldwin, Captain. Chas. W. Babbitt, First Lieutenant. Jno. M. Hood, Second Lieutenant. F. R. Smith, Orderly Sergeant. W. L. Slater, Sergeant. Nolan Stone, Corporal. Privates—B. J. Barnett, J. W. Callahan, John Coffey, T. A. Douglass, A. N. Deacon, J. Edwards, A. Griffith, J. M. Hambright, R. A. Hockaday, W. C. Ivey, F. W. Lindsey, W. C. Martin, Martin Mallory, Wm. Shearer, D. Thompson, W. S. Varner, J. A. Williams, J. L. Watson. Company C. H. H. Harris, First Lieutenant. W. R. Abbott, Second Lieutenant. Sergeants—R. J. Hatcher, James S. Slaughter, James Meighan, George E. Pegram, H. B. Gwinn, James Cooper, Mark Wilkinson. Corporal—J. L. Guinn. Privates—John D. Bradley, George Caldwell, J. M. Duke, J. M. Harvey, William Hellen,
B., IV., 154, 156. Eastman, T. W., VI., 242. Eastport, Miss., VII., 145. Eastport,, C. S. S., VI., 312. Eastport,, U. S. S., VI., 228, 232. Eaton, E. B., I., 18, 52. Echols, J., II., 346; X., 105. Eckert, T. T.: VIII., 346 seq.; X., 21, 24. Eclipse, steamer, VI., 322. Ector, M. D., X., 315. Edisto Island, S. C., I., 359. Edisto River, S. C., VI., 236. Edwards, A., II., 297, 311. Edwards, C. J., VII., 240. Edwards, J., X., 205. Edwards, J. D.: I., 4, 42; V., 159; VIII., 31, 121. Edwards, N. O.: photographer, VI., 17; IX., 163. Edwards, O., X., 213. Edwards Ferry, Va. (see also Ball's Bluff, Va.), I., 348, 352; VIII., 88. Egan, T. W., III., 76; X., 223. Eggleston, G. C.: I., 103, 312, 340; quoted, III., 28, 39; IX., 166, 178. Egypt, horse of U. S. Grant, IV., 290. Egypt Station, Miss., III., 342. Election Day in 1864, plots of Confederates in New
's should Carefully avoid giving Offence in any Thing.— Inculcated in a Sermon Preached at Cambridge, September 12, 1739, when the Reverend Mr. Samuel Cooke was ordained Pastor of a Church of Christ newly gathered in that Part of the Town called Menotomy.—By Ebenezer Turell, A. M., Pastor of the Church in Medford.—1 Tim. III. 2. A Bishop must be blameless. 1 Cor. x. 32. Give no offence, neither to the Jews, nor to the Gentiles, nor to the Church of God.—Boston: Printed by J. Draper, for J. Edwards in Cornhill. Mdccxl. Text, 2 Cor. VI. 3. Pp. 29. 1740 Among some remarks found in Rev. Samuel Cooke's diary is the following: 1740, Jan. 27. Preached twice—Heb. 11:6=vespere—conversed with Mr. Ammi R. Cutter. This was the noted Ammi R. Cutter, youngest brother of Dea. John Cutter, baptized at Cambridge, May 6, 1705, a graduate of Harvard College 1725, first settled minister of North Yarmouth (in Maine) 1730 to 1735, afterward a physician and keeper of a trading-house for
The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of casualties in the recent battles before Richmond. (search)
: Private J B Symington. Wounded: Privates J Lovenstein, E E Nimmo. Company G, Capt Owens.--Killed: Corpl T B Braithwaite; Private Lewis Meyers. Wounded: Sergt J R Baldry. Company I. Capt Jones.--Killed: Privates John Delbridge, W. E Edwards. Wounded: Sergt T J. Harwell Privates G. W Lee, L F Kelly. Company H, Capt Lewellen.--Killed: None.--Wounded: Corpl B Mitchell; Private Wm. Mann. A list of the Killed, wounded, and Missing from the 19th Virginia regiment. Major Jo W Farrar; privates W A Ball, W H Duncan, W T England, A M Fortune, W A Moss, J Scanlan, J Strange, W R Woodson. Missing: E M Miles. Company E.--Killed: W. C. Woud, Wounded: W J Garnett, P. O Garrold, M Wood, J Sandridge, J H Pritchett, B J. Edwards. Company G.--Killed: W W Loving, W B Coffee, R. M. Fitzpatrick, Aleck Johnson. Wounded: Corp'l B Hamilton, Privates A K Kidd, A B Kidd, L D Kidd, Geo May, J W May, W. H Parrish, J M. Plunket, N. B Ponton, A A Purvis, S J. Saundors. Missi
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