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visits him, 125; writes ode for his Park St. Church address, 125, 126; address on imprisonment for debt, 269; church quarrel, 454; at Chardon St. Convention, 2.425.—Portrait in Harper's Monthly, Jan., 1880. Pillsbury, Parker [b. Hamilton, Mass., Sept. 22, 1809], Acts of A. S. Apostles, 2.289. Pinckney, Henry Laurens [1794-1863], gag resolutions, 2.74, 81, 127. Pitman, Isaac, 1.330. Pitt, William [1759-1806], 1.379, 465. Plumly, —, Mr., 1.137. Plummer, Harriott, 1.330. Polk, James Knox [1795-1849], denounces British Colon. memorial, 1.303, and World's Convention memorial, 2.381. Pollard, Benjamin, 2.15. Poole, William F., 1.90. Porter, William S., Rev. 2.175. Post (Boston), accuses G. of self-mobbing, 1.386, calls Faneuil Hall meeting, 487, warns Judge Lynch away from Boston, 519. Potter, Ray, Rev., [b. Cranston, R. I., 1795; d. Pawtucket, R. I., Mar. 1, 1858], delegate to Nat. A. S. Convention, 1.395, 398; defends G., 2.113. Powers, —, Rev. (of Scituate), 2<
Major, 56th Mass. Infantry, June 23, 1864. First Lieutenant, Dec. 29, 1864; mustered, Mar. 21, 1865. Mustered out, July 12, 1865. Knowles, Alfred H. Sergeant, 24th Mass. Infantry, Oct. 7, 1861. Second Lieutenant, 54th Mass. Infantry, Oct. 7, 1863; mustered, Dec. 7. First Lieutenant, Feb. 4, 1864; mustered, Mar. 30. Resigned, Feb. 21, 1865. Knowles, Charles K. Second Lieutenant, 22d Mass. Infantry, Dec. 16, 1862. Died, July 11, 1863, of wounds received at Gettysburg, Pa. Knox, James. Second Lieutenant, 10th Mass. Infantry, June 1, 1862. Dismissed, Nov. 25, 1862. Disability resulting from dismissal removed. (Letter War Dept., Feb. 15, 1871.) Knox, Joseph B. Sergeant, 25th Mass. Infantry, Sept. 27, 1861. Second Lieutenant, June 22, 1862. First Lieutenant, Jan. 2, 1863, to Jan. 26, 1864. First Lieutenant, U. S. Signal Corps, Mar. 3, 1863. See U. S. Army. Kuhls, Henry. Second Lieutenant, 2d Mass. Cavalry, Feb. 5, 1864. First Lieutenant, Mar. 25, 1864.
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, Index of names of persons. (search)
7 Knight, D. W., 307 Knight, E. L., 219, 307, 537 Knight, J. H., 307 Knight, John, 307 Knight, L. W., 307 Knight, Sophia, 601 Knight, Thomas, 86 Knights, F. H., 588 Knights, G. W., 307 Knights, Samuel, 583 Knott, Joseph, 307 Knowles, A. H., 307 Knowles, C. K., 307 Knowles, J. P., 86 Knowles, O. P., 86 Knowles, W. H., 86 Knowlton, B. B., 86 Knowlton, G. K., 86 Knowlton, J. W., 471 Knowlton, W. H., 86 Knowlton, William, 583 Knox, C. W., 571 Knox, J. B., 307, 427, 537 Knox, James, 307 Knox, S. R., 86 Knox, W. E., 86 Kuhls, Henry, 807 Kurtz, John, 219 L. Lacy, J. H., 675 Ladd, C. H., 307 Ladd, G. P., 307, 427 Ladd, J. B. P., 307 Ladd, Jonathan, 427 Ladd, N., 573 Ladd, N. E., 219, 307, 537 Ladd, R. F., 86 Ladd, W. H., 605 Laffin, Byron, 186, 427, 471, 537 Laforest, S. O., 21st Mass. Inf., 307 Laforest, S. O., 47th Mass. Inf., 307 Laha, Thomas, Jr., 86 Laird, R. W., 86 Lakeman, J. R., 307 Lakeman, M. B., 471 Lakin, J. F., 307 Lalor, Frank
Joseph T. Derry , A. M. , Author of School History of the United States; Story of the Confederate War, etc., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 6, Georgia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Chapter 2: (search)
ent; the successors of Lieutenant-Colonel Lane were E. S. Griffin, J. S. Blain and William A. McDonald; the majors after Gardner were E. S. Griffin, J. S. Blain and B. F. Grace; Adjutant Atkinson was succeeded by Andrew J. Lyles. Before the reorganization M. R. Cogdell became captain of Company L. After the reorganization there were only the usual ten companies, of which the following were captains at different times: (A) J. S. Blain and N. Dixon; (B) A. Atkinson and James H. Hunter; (C) James Knox; (D) Davidson; (E) E. S. Griffin; (F) John Lee; (G) C. M. Howell; (H) J. P. Smith and R. Paxton; (I) C. W. Hilliard and Thomas J. Ivey; (K) B. F. Grace and J. Hilton. Of the Twenty-seventh regiment Georgia volunteers the following were the field officers at its organization: Col. Levi B. Smith; Lieut.-Col. C. T. Zachry, Maj. H. B. Holliday; Adjt. J. Gardner; Commissary Thomas Bacon; Quartermaster H. B. Holliday (until appointed major), and then G. B. Buchanan. The captains were P. C. Car
Joseph T. Derry , A. M. , Author of School History of the United States; Story of the Confederate War, etc., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 6, Georgia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Chapter 18: (search)
rd, Capt R. H. Woods; last commander of brigade, Capt. Waldron. Gordon's corps. In Bryan Grimes' division: Brigade of Gen. Philip Cook—Fourth regiment, Col. Edwin Nash, Capt. John M. Shiver; Twelfth, Capt. Josiah N. Beall; Twenty-first, Capt. Edward Smith; Forty-fourth, Capt. John A. Tucker; Patterson's battery; last commander of brigade, Colonel Nash. In Clement A. Evans' division: Evans' brigade, Col. John H. Lowe—Thirteenth regiment, Lieut.-Col. Richard Maltby; Twenty-sixth, Capt. James Knox; Thirty-first, Capt. Edward C. Perry; Thirty-eighth, Lieut.-Col. Philip E. Davant; Sixtieth and Sixty-first, Col. W. B. Jones; Ninth battalion artillery, Sergt. Horace L. Cranford; Twelfth battalion artillery, Capt. Samuel H. Crump. Eighteenth battalion infantry, Capt. George W. Stiles. A. P. Hill's corps. In C. M. Wilcox's division: Brigade of Gen. E. L. Thomas—Fourteenth regiment, Col. Richard P. Lester; Thirty-fifth, Col. Bolling H. Holt; Forty-fifth, Col. Thomas J. Simmons; Fo<
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Semmes' Georgia Brigade. (search)
K. Head, Capt. Co I, 13th Ga. Regiment. Wm. Kaigler, Capt. Co. E, 13th Ga. Regiment. S. A. Hendon, 2d Lt. Co. B, 13th Ga. Regiment. E. B. Thompson, 2d Lt. Co. D, 13th Ga. Regiment. T. E. Hightower, 2d Lt. Co. G, 13th Ga. Regiment. James Knox, Capt. Commanding 26th Ga. Regiment. E. A. Jelks, Surgeon, 26th Ga. Regiment. J. M. H. Ruff, Ass't Surg. 26th Ga. Regiment. Nicholas Dixon, Capt. Co. A, 26th Ga. Regiment. E. L. Pearce, Capt. Co. E, 26th Ga. Regiment. G. T. Nungazerilds. I certify, on honor, that of the above number of men, there were present, actually armed and in line of battle, four officers and thirty-four enlisted men on the morning of the 9th instant, the day of the surrender of this army. [78] James Knox, Capt. Commanding Regiment. Thirty-first Georgia Regiment. Com'y Sergeant G. S. Baldwin, Ord. Sergeant J. H. Snider, Chief Musician L. J. Richardson, Musician J. W. Battle, R. C. Cain, L. E. Lanin, N. G. Clifton, Musician H. H.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
Kinney, Capt. H. R., 275. Kinsler, Capt. J. H., 368. Kirkland, Lt.-Col. B. B., 121. Kleinschmidz, Ass't Surg. H. A., 161. Knight, Capt., Wm., 96 Knox, Capt., James, 203, 217. Knox, Lt. J H., 146. Knox, Ass't Surg. R. L., 177. Knox, Capt. W. R., 313. Koontz, Lt. G. W., 14. Kyle, Lt. W. E., 276. Lacy, Lt., DruKnox, Lt. J H., 146. Knox, Ass't Surg. R. L., 177. Knox, Capt. W. R., 313. Koontz, Lt. G. W., 14. Kyle, Lt. W. E., 276. Lacy, Lt., Drury, 86, 196. Ladd, Capt. J C., 383. Lamar, Ass't Surg. A. H., 212. Lamar, Lt. John H., 144. Lamar, Col. L. Q. C., 70. Lamkin's Battery, 47. Lamp, Capt. G. V., 382. Lampkin, Capt., Thos. J., 146. Lampley, Lt. J. A., 414. Land, Maj. C. S., 403. Landry, Capt., J. Prosper, 14, 62. Lane, Lt. B. D., 424. Lane, Gen JKnox, Ass't Surg. R. L., 177. Knox, Capt. W. R., 313. Koontz, Lt. G. W., 14. Kyle, Lt. W. E., 276. Lacy, Lt., Drury, 86, 196. Ladd, Capt. J C., 383. Lamar, Ass't Surg. A. H., 212. Lamar, Lt. John H., 144. Lamar, Col. L. Q. C., 70. Lamkin's Battery, 47. Lamp, Capt. G. V., 382. Lampkin, Capt., Thos. J., 146. Lampley, Lt. J. A., 414. Land, Maj. C. S., 403. Landry, Capt., J. Prosper, 14, 62. Lane, Lt. B. D., 424. Lane, Gen James H.; Brigade of, 358. Lane, Surg., Thos. B., 359. Lanford, Capt. L. P., 122. Lang, Col., David, 303. Langdon, Surg. S. W., 275. Langley, Lt. E. B., 146. Lapsley, Capt. R., 144. Larkin, Lt. W. W., 190. Lasater, Lt., Thos. L., 296. Lassater, Lt. G. S., 170. Latham's Battery, 62. Latham, Capt. T. W., 394. Latham,
r west. From these eye-witnesses he received glowing Chap. XLVI.} 1770. Nov. accounts of the climate, soil, good streams and plentiful game that distinguished the valley of the Cumberland. There he was persuaded a new and most desirable Government might be established. Dr. Conolly in Washington, II. 533. At that time Daniel Boon was still exploring the land of promise. Boon's Autobiography. Of forty adventurers who from the Clinch River plunged into the West under the lead of James Knox, and became renowned as the Long Hunters, Monette's Valley, i. 355; Butler's Kentucky, 18, 19. some found their way down the Cumberland to the limestone Bluff, where Nashville stands, and where the luxuriant, gently undulating fields, covered with groves of beech and walnut, were in the undisputed possession of countless buffaloes, whose bellowings resounded from hill and forest. Ramsey's Annals of Tennessee, 105. Haywood's Civil and Political History of Tennessee, 77. Sometimes
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