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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Introduction. (search)
dan moved on our right, that our cavalry would be unable to resist successfully his advance upon our communications, I detached Pickett's division to support it. At first Pickett succeeded in driving the enemy, who fought stubbornly, and, after being reinforced by the Fifth corps (U. S. A), obliged Pickett to recede to the Five Forks, on the Dinwiddie Courthouse and Ford's road, where, unfortunately, he was yesterday defeated. To relieve him I had to again draw out three brigades under General Anderson, which so weakened our front line that the enemy last night and this morning succeeded in penetrating it near the Cox road, separating our troops around the town from those on Hatcher's Run. This has enabled him to extend to the Appomattox, thus inclosing and obliging us to contract our lines to the city. I have directed the troops from the lines on Hatcher's Run, thus severed from us, to fall back toward Amelia Courthouse, and I do not see how I can possibly help withdrawing from the
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
J. A., Deas, A., Bagley, L., Davidson, G. W., Vasser, R. R., McCreight, J. A., Green, J. G., Posten, Jas., Cole, W., Carraway, W. K., Lackey, D. N., Price, A., Ricks, B., Smith, D. G., Bradley, W. J., Anderson, D. C., Allsbrook, Jas., Brunson, Jas., Brown, Thos., Chapman, W. G., Clark, Jno., Holladay, D. J., Weeks, Jno., Johnson, B. L., detailed as Q. M. Sergeant battalion headquarters. Napier, W. W., Stanley, R. E., W, Jno., Ives, Jos., Goodwin, C. L., Grady, W. W., Harth, W. E., James, H. A., Lacoste, S. D. M., Lacoste, S. N., Murray, J. C., Murray, J. P., Scarborough, M. H., Taylor, Jno., Baker, Jno., Smith, W. A., Anderson, J. H., Dennis, S. T., Talbot, W. H., Dunlap, W. B., Crosswell, J. R., Scarborough, L. W., Boone, Jno., Wise, J. F., Howell, Wm., Scott, H. W., Strother, A. T., Crowley, David, Ryan, Jno., Newman, J. D.,
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
Yarbrough. W. R. Hilburn, Alex. Jones, [125] Report of Extra duty men detailed with Capt. W. L. I Reid, A. Q. M., Anderson's Corps, as Clerks, Mechanics, Teamsters and Ambulance Drivers. W. L. Reid, Clerk, Co. A, Hawthorne's Batt. Cavalry SRobert Rawlings. Co. C. Sergeant I. N. Inabreth, 1st Corporal J. M. Coker, 2d Corporal W. Bohannon, Private William Anderson, R. F. Allison, Private W. Cheshire, C. A. Davis, W. W. Duncan, Thomas Green. T. W. B. Hodges. Co. D.niel, William A. Sparks. Co. C. Sergeant Joseph W. Wilson, Noah P. Whitside, Corporal Humphrey P. Lynch, Private William Anderson, Stanhope H. Bagwell, Private William H. Elliott, Martin C. Forrester, Cebun S. Lynch, Henry London. Co.o. B. Sergeant Jno. Yancey, Corporal D. B. Graham, J. W. Studstell, Private A. Smith, J. Saterday, D. Ray, Private W. Anderson, R. F. Anderson, G. Bowen, James Garrison, M. Robinson, A. M. Land, J. Reeves, Private J. P. Williams, S