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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.11 (search)
nia Infantry, ——, 1861; lieutenant-colonel and colonel, Thirteenth Virginia Infantry, ——, 1861; brigadier-general, May 31, 1864; killed at battle of Bethesda Church, March 31, 1864. Commands—Brigade composed of Thirteenth, Thirty-first, Forty-ninth, Fifty-second and Fifty-eighth Virginia Regiments, Infantry, Army of Northern Virginia. William Terry, major, Fourth Regiment, Virginia Infantry, ——, 862; colonel, Fourth Regiment, Virginia Infantry, September 1, 1863; brigadier-general, May 19, 1864; died near Wytheville, Va., September 12, 1888. Commands—Brigade composed of Second, Fourth, Fifth, Tenth, Twenty-first, Twenty-third, Twenty-fifth, Twenty-seventh, Thirty-third, Thirty-seventh, Forty-fourth, Forty-eighth and Fiftieth Regiments, Virginia Infantry; being parts of brigades formerly commanded by General T. J. Jackson, John M. Jones and George H. Steuart, Army of Northern Virginia. William Richard Terry, colonel, Twenty-fourth Virginia Infantry, September 21, 1
; Sherman's attack on Haine's bluff, 145; at Arkansas Post, 149; at Port Gibson, 211; at Raymond, 237; at Jackson, 249; at Champion's Hill, 269; at Black river bridge, 278; Vicksburg campaign 284; assaults on Vicksburg, 304-326; Sherman's movement against Jackson, 397; Vicksburg campaign and siege, 399; at battle of Chickamauga, 433; at Wauhatchie 450; at Ringgold, 521; at battle of Chattanooga, 524; at assault on Knoxville, 541; at battle of the Wilderness, II., 132; from Ewell's attack, May 19, 1864, 208; at Spottsylvania, 216; on North Anna, 237; Sheridan's raid to Richmond, 240; at Drury's Bluff, 254; at Cold Harbor, 302; in Wilderness campaign, 329; first assaults on Petersburg, 372; movement of June 22, 1864, 384; at St. Mary's church, 398; Wilson's raid, 411; at battle of Darbytown, 471; at Cemetery Hill, 483; at Weldon road, 515; at Ream's station, 531; at Kenesaw mountain, 538; in Atlanta campaign, 546, at battle of Winchester, III., 30; at Fisher's hill, 33; at Peeble's farm,
Historic leaves, volume 1, April, 1902 - January, 1903, Somerville Soldiers in the Rebellion. (search)
etly, a native of Somerville, killed in the Twenty-third Massachusetts before Petersburg August 5, 1864, was a very brave soldier. His brother, James Galletly, served with the Thirty-first Massachusetts in Louisiana, and had the reputation of being very intrepid; he died in 1899. J. Frank Giles was in Company I, Fifth M. V. M., in three months service; was sergeant-major of First Massachusetts Heavy Artillery, and when as infantry it encountered the Confederates at Spottsylvania, Va., May 19, 1864, he was severely wounded in the foot; he also is a native of this city. Joseph Hale, a member of Company I, Fifth M. V. M., after the Bull Run campaign, enlisted in the Eleventh Regiment Regular Infantry, was in all the campaigns of the Army of the Potomac, was commissioned, and when he died, in 1899, was the senior captain of infantry, and would have soon been promoted to rank of major. His death was caused by fever contracted in Cuba. Henry C. Hammond, also of Company I, joined t
X., 195. Evans, N. G.: I., 154 seq., 155, 157, 366; II., 59, 328; X., 285. Evans, R. D., VI., 259. Evansville, Ind.: U. S. marine hospital at, VII., 233. Eve, P. F., VII., 351. Evening, post, of New York, N. Y., IX., 344, 346. Ewell, R. S.: I., 132, 308, 310, 311; II., 22, 27, 28, 34, 47, 65, 231, 240, 243, 248, 254, 257, 320, 322, 336, 340; III., 38, 40, 43, 44, 54, 56, 59, 62, 181, 318, 344, 346; IV., 91, 234; V., 64; VIII., 126, 128, 246; attack of May 19, 1864, IX., 77, 213; X., 245, 248. Ewing, Ellen B. X., 80. Ewing, H., X., 235. Ewing, T., Jr. X., 207. Examination of passes, VIII., 81. Excelsior Brigade, IX., 78. Exchange of prisoners: VII., 97-122; in the East and West, specified places for, VII., 99; conditions and terms of, as put forth by various officials of both sides; also controversies and disagreements in regard to, VII., 100, 102 seq.; Confederate agent for the, VII., 101; exchanges stopped by ord
[from our own Correspondent.] Army of Northern Virginia,Near Spotsylvania C. H., May 19, 1864. On Tuesday evening about 4 P. M. Gen. Wright, on our right centre, with two regiments, moved forward on a reconnaissance towards the enemy's lines. Before going far, the enemy threw forward their skirmishers. An engagement, lasting a few in moments ensued, when our men fell back, and nothing else was done along our infantry lines during that day. Late that afternoon, the enemy having advanced some cavalry near to Stanard's Mid, on the telegraph road, our cavalry met them and hold them in check. Early yesterday morning, about daylight, a picked command of Yankees, composed. It is said, of volunteers who were called on by Grant in person, inside a faint of a purpose to assault our but they had scarcely mole their appearance on Lowell's which our artillery opened upon them with grape, shrapnel, and case shot. commanded the enemy's column, but their performances reflected l
From Gen Johnston's army. --The following is Gen. Johnston's order to his troops heretofore briefly noticed by telegraph: Head's Army of Tennessee, Cassville, Ga., May 19th, 1864. General Orders. Soldiers of the Army of Tennessee: You have displayed the highest quality of the soldiers.--firmness in combat, patience under tell. By your courage and skill you have repulsed every assault of the enemy. By marches by day and night you have defeated every attempt upon your communications. Your communications are secure. You will now turn and march to meet his advancing column as. Fully confiding in the conduct of the officers, the courage of the men, I lead you to battle. We may confidently trust that the Almighty Father will still reward the patriot's toll and bless the patriots banners. Cheered by the success of our brothers in Virginia and beyond the Mississippi, our efforts will equal theirs; strengthened by. His support your effort will be crowned with l
Official List of casualties in the Corps of Lexington Cadets: Headq'rs corps of Cadets,Camp near Harrisonburg. Va,May 19th, 1864. The following is a correct list of the killed and wounded of this battalion in the battle of New Marsed, May 15th, 1864: Field and Staff.--Wounded: Lt Col Ship, slightly in shoulder. company A.--wounded: Corp's Geo F Macon, Richmond, badly in arm; Samuel Atwell, Westmoreland, badly in leg; Privates Henry J Meade, Bedford, slightly in side; C H Harrison. Augusta, bruised badly; Jacob Imboden, Augusta, badly bruised; F L Smith, Alexandria, badly in face and shoulder; E H Smith Richmond, very slightly in hip; it a Pendleton, Ambers, slightly in head; I W White, Abingdon, dangerously in leg; George Spiller, Botetourt, slightly in head and leg; Wm P Watston, North Carolina, slightly in arm. company B.--killed: Privates J B Stanard, Orange; W H McDowell, North Carolina; D G Jefferson Amelia, died of wounds, wounded: Serg't H H Ganno
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