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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Roster of the Alstadt Grays. (search)
Roster of the Alstadt Grays. Owing to the large number still living in Chesterfield county, and to the relatives and families of many who are no more, Mr. W. B. Ashbrooke has compiled a roster of the famous Alstadt Grays, who were mustered in and about Manchester. The Grays belonged to Mahone's Brigade, of Anderson's Division, of A. P. Hill's Corps, of the Army of Northern Virginia. They were mustered into service on May 24, 1861. They surrendered at Appomattox. They took part in the charge of Mahone's Division at the battle of the Crater. The membership of the company, as compiled, reads as follows: Captain, E. H. Flournoy; First Lieutenant, Charles Friend; Second Lieutenant, Samuel Flournoy; Third Lieutenant, David M. Goode; First Sergeant, Charles Fossey; Second Sergeant, Samuel Woodfin; Third Sergeant, J. W. Jones; Fourth Sergeant, George Woodfin; First Corporal, Cornelius Wilkinson; Second Corporal, Wesley Rudd; Third Corporal, Joseph Dorsett; Fourth Corporal, Ca
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.11 (search)
ation. If any errors are found we ask for their correction. R. W. H. Joseph R. Anderson, brigadier-general, September 3, 1861. Resigned July 19, 1862, to take cwan, A. N, V.; commanding Third Army Corps, A. N. V., composed of divisions of Anderson, Heth and Pender, February 19, 1863 to ——, 1864. Eppa Hunton, colonel Eightt Virginia and Second (afterwards Twelfth) North Carolina Regiments, Infantry, Anderson's Division, A. P. Hill's Corps, A. N. V.; division composed of Wright's (Genermmanding division, March 29, 1862, composed of the brigades of Gibson, Patton, Anderson and Colonel Pond; assigned to command of Special Department of East Louisiana osed of brigades of Brown Cumming, Pettus and Reynolds, and light batteries of Anderson, Rowan, Corput and Carnes, Army of Tennessee; division composed of brigades of January, 1865, commanding division composed of brigades of Elliott, Rhett and Anderson. James Barbour Terrill, major, Thirteenth Virginia Infantry, ——, 1861; lie
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Keysville Guards. (search)
Lost left arm at Sharpsburg; living in Charlotte county. H. G. Fore, fourth sergeant. Died in hospital in Highland county, Va. Mike Shellings, first corporal. Died at Pikesville, Md., Soldiers' Home. Joseph Robinson, second corporal. Died since the war. R. S. Ward, third corporal. Lost left arm at McDowell; living near Keysville, Va. P. A. Booth, fourth corporal. Killed at Brandy Station. John A. Tucker, company commissary. Living at Rocksboro, N. C. Privates. Anderson, C. B. Wounded and died. Ashworth, W. A. Dead. Ashworth, A. W. Wounded at Second Battle of Manassas: living in Lunenburg county. Atwell, Wm. Missing at battle of Laurel Hill. Burke, J. A. At Soldiers' Home, Richmond, Va. Brooks, I. P. Dead. Berry, Jerry. Missing. Barry, John. Wounded; died in hospital. Bentley, David. Died in hospital. Cox, Richard. Killed at battle of Chancellorsville. Cox, C. H. Living in Prince Edward county. Cole, J. D. Dead. Cole
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Brilliant Page in history of War. From the Birmingham age-herald, February 4, 1906. (search)
utral grounds, and spent the time in chatting and sight-seeing. The stench, however, was quite strong, and it required a good nose and a better stomach to carry one through the ordeal. About 9 o'clock, the burial being completed, the officers sent the men back to the trenches on each side. The officers bade each other adieu and returned to their respective lines. Congratulatory orders from Gen. A. P. Hill. Headquarters Third Army Corps, August 4, 1864. General Order No. 17: Anderson's division commanded by Brigadier General Mahone, so distinguished itself by its successes during the present campaign as to merit the special mention of the corps commander, and he tenders to the division, its officers and men, his thanks for the gallantry displayed by them whether attacking or attacked. Thirty-one stands of colors, fifteen pieces of artillery and four thousand prisoners are the proud mementos which signalize its valor and entitle it to the admiration and gratitude of our
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Efforts for Reconstruction in April, 1865. (search)
hmond. He answered yes and he would afford transportation and facilities to them. I called the members of the legislature of Virginia who were then in Richmond together, and told them of what had occurred and advised them to take the measures required, and left this whole matter in their hands. I told them I was not a Virginian, did not desire to engross any of the care and responsibility of the movement and declined to be on the committee to manage the matter. I wrote a letter to Gen. J. R. Anderson, explaining what I had done read it to Gen. Shepley in presence of Mr. Dana, Assistant Sec'y of War, and left this original to be copied in that office. No objection was made to this letter. The letter convening the legislature was examined by Gen. Shepley and corrected by him. His corrections were assented to and the letter went forth in the form he agreed to. After Gen. Weitzel had showed to me the letter of Mr. Lincoln, we had some conversation, in the course of which he sai
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
Index. Adams, Charles Francis, 294 Alien and Sedition Acts, 64 Alstadt Grays, Roster of, 16 American Sun never sets on U. S. flag, 71 Anderson, Gen. Joseph R., 256 Andersonville Prison, 1 Location healthful and salubrious, 5 Its humane commander, Wirz, 5 Rations at 6 Mortality between Federal and Confederate prisons contrasted, 7 226 President Davis in no way responsible for conditions at, 8 Appomattox C. H., Last of the 14th Va. Cavalry at, 13. Confederate Generals at, 15gevity, 34 Virginia Constitution, Chief Advocates for and Opponents thereto, 35 V. M. I. cadets at Battle of New Market, their Dauntlessness, 288 Virginia Offered to Emancipate her Slaves, 289 Virginia Generals in the C. S. Army, 105 Anderson, Joseph R., 105 Armistead Lewis A., 105 Ashby, Turner, 105 Barton, Seth M., 106 Beale. R. L. T., 106 Cabell, W L., 106 Chambliss, John R., 106 Chiltun, R. H., 106 Cocke, Philip St. Geo., 106 Colston Raleigh E., 107 Cooke, Joh