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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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g the rebellion there were few who sacrificed more of comfort, money or health, than Miss Hetty A. Jones of Roxborough, in the city of Philadelphia. She was a daughter of the late Rev. Horatio Gates Jones, D. D., for many years pastor of the Lower Merion Baptist Church, and a sister of the Hon. J. Richter Jones, who was Colonel of the Fifty-eighth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, and who was killed at the head of his regiment, near Newbern, N. C., in May, 1863, and grand-daughter of Rev. Dr. David Jones, a revolutionary chaplain, eminently patriotic. At the commencement of the war Miss Jones freely gave of her means to equip the companies which were organized in her own neighborhood, and when the news came of the death of her brave oldest brother, although for a time shocked by the occurrence, she at once devoted her time and means to relieve the wants of the suffering. She attached herself to the Filbert Street Hospital in Philadelphia, and thither she went for weeks and months,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Reunion of Company D. First regiment Virginia Cavalry, C. S. A. (search)
Frank R. Fulkerson. Charles Foster. Samuel Fulcher, dead. J. L. M. French. G. C. Greenway. Benjamin Gildersleeve. W. T. Greenway, dead. F. T. Gray. R. E. Gray. D. C. Gray. C. P. Gray. James Gray, dead. J. A. Gallehon. Melville Gammon, wounded. Robert Grant. William H. Hall, dead. John D. Hall. A. Findlay Harris. John Hockett. William Hockett. Samuel Hockett. R. M. Hickman. George Hughlett, dead. Basil Home. ——Hubble. M. M. S. Ireson. David Jones (captured and hung by enemy, and Colonel Mosby hung seven of the enemy in retaliation). Jasper S. Jones. Robert Jones, killed. Henry S. Jones, wounded. William M. Johnson. M. G. Keesling. Robert J. Keller, dead. H. G. King. ——King. M. H. Latham. L. W. Latham. John Larrimore. B. D. Ligon. David Lowry. David Lynch, dead. D. K. H. Lewark, dead. John Littleford. Willis Littleford. S. D. Meek. James R. Meek. Putnam C. Miles, killed. W. F. Montgome
The efficient blockade. --The Apalachicola (Fla.) Times, of the 31 inst., in its marine columns, under the head of vessels in port, announces the ship Fanland, Capt Jones, 540 tons, from Liverpool, just arrived and commenced discharging
nded in the leg slightly; removed to Richmond. John Moran, 69th, Company H, not dangerously; removed. John H. Brown, 69th, Company J, removed slightly. Sol. F. Walker, 4th Maine, Co. K, wounded through the chest; died on the 23d July; leaves a wife and child at Winterport.Me. Thos Fagan, 14th Reg't N. Y. S. M. Co. B. shot through the left arm; removed on the 5th August to Richmond; out of danger. Warren B Racer, 14th N. Y. S. M, Company C, removed, slightly. David Jones, 2d Wisconsin, Company A, removed, slightly. Simeon Halth, 2d New Haven, Company A, slightly, removed. John D. Goi, 2d Artillery, Company E, removed, slightly. Geo. W. Gray, 1st, Company H, remaining dangerously. J. J. Eucking, 2d Wis., slightly, removed. C. R. Holiday, 5th Artillery, Company D, slightly, remaining. H. F. Proctor, 1st Ohio, Company E, slightly, removed. Corporal J. Cannell, 2d United States Dragoons, Company K, removed. Martin Brown,
ent taking part therein. John Hampton was committed to jail as a vagrant. Edward Sullivan, for stealing two watches from Adam, a slave, was remanded to prison. Mickleberry Yarbrough was sent to jail for being drunk and lying on a sidewalk. George Black was sent on for examination on the charge of stealing a watch valued at $150 from James Broderick. Joseph Reller, for stealing six dollars from John O'Brien, was recommitted. John Murphy, John Burns, Wm. Flinn, David Jones, Charles Flannagan, and Alfred Murray, charged with drunkenness and creating disorder, were discharged on the application of their officers. Michael Finney, Michael O'Regan, and a number of other soldiers were sent to jail, to be examined further this morning. Thomas G. Ellington, who professed great penitence, and said he had been in the army of the Northwest, was discharged upon his promising future good conduct. George W. Johnson was committed to jail for being drunk and
Michael Mitchell, charged with unlawfully shooting and wounding Joseph White, (or Charles O'Riely,) was up before the Mayor on Saturday. The evidence showed that Mitchell, accompanied by another soldier, had been detailed by his commanding officer to arrest and bring to camp a deserter; that he had succeeded in capturing the recusant, and while returning with him to camp, was met by the wounded man; that a quarrel, or at least some high words, ensued between the two; that Mitchell warned the other man to desist or he would shoot him, and that he did finally shoot him. Dr. Jones testified that, from an examination of the wound, he was of the opinion that the man had been wounded by both the bayonet and a bullet, which last he thought passed from the front to the rear of the head. Under all the circumstances of the case, and to afford time to learn whether the wounds were likely to prove fatal or not, His Honor continued the case until a future day.
is brigade consisted of but two regiments--Col. Gregg's and Col. Kershaw's — and Col. Greeg's going home, his command and his office were dissolved. The Confederate Government then tendered him a new commission coeval with the departure of Gregg's regiment, of the 14th of July. His first appointment was of the 20th April, and put him at the head of the brigadier-Generals-- the oldest in the service. The second, of the 14th July, put a dozen Brigadier-Generals above him — among them Gen, David Jones, who is closely connected by marriage with the President. Strangely it happens that Gen. Walker, of Georgia, was superseded by Col. Taylor, another near connection. Gen. Bonham consulted all the general officers in the Army of the Potomac, and they all agreed with him that such treatment of him was a wrong and an outrage. The following letter from Gen. Bonham on this subject has been published: Near Centreville, Nov. 12, 1861. Hon. J. P. Benjamin, Acting Secretary of War:
phreys, Stafford co, Va. Alex Johnson, free, New York. Mary Cook, slave of Mrs. Randolph, Fredericksburg. John, slave of Capt Stevens, Fredericksburg. Charley. --, free, Prince William co, Va. Samuel Hill, free, Washington. John Read, slave of Mrs. Stillston, Front Royal, Va. Esau, slave of Wm. Bowen, Fauquier co, Va. Ed Hamilton, slave of Dan'l Meltinger, Romney. Va. Thos Gessus, free, White Hall, N. Y. Geo Jordan, free, Philadelphia. David Jones, free, New Jersey. John Henry, free, Alexandria. Jim Green, free, R. I. John Clarke, free, Washington. Thos Mitchell, free, Ohio. Green Jones, free, Ohio. George Cook, free, Prince, William. William Lipscomb, slave of Mrs. S Gordon, New Kent. Jerry Lomax, slave of Wm. Pratt, Virginia. Horace, slave of Geo Taylor. John Williams, free, Alexandria, Va. Gibson Gracy and three children, slave of widow Goodwin, Fairfax co. Chas Murphy.
Stafford co, Va. Alex Johnson, free, New York. Mary Cook, slave of Mrs Randolph, Fredericksburg. John, slave of Capt Stevens, Fredericksburg. Abram Spencer, free Strasburg, Va. Charley--, free, Prince William co, Va. Samuel Hill, free, Washington. John Read, slave of Mrs Stillston, Front Royal Va. Esau, slave of Wm Bowen, Fauquier co, Va. Ed Hamilton, slave of Dan'l Meltinger, Va. Thos Gessus, free, White Hall, N Y. Geo Jordan, free, Philadelphia. David Jones, free, New Jersey. John Henry, free, Alexandria. Jim Green, free, R I. John Clarke, free, Washington. Thos Mitchell, free, Ohio. Green Jones, free, Ohio. George Cook, free, Prince William. William Lipscomb, slave of Mrs S. Gordon, New Kent. Jerry Lomax, slave of Wm Pratt, Virginia. Horace, slave of Geo Taylor. John Williams, free, Alexandria, Va. Gibson Gracy and three children, slave of wider Goodwin, Fairfax co. Chas Murphy. Andrew Jackson,
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