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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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antry,) for discharging their duties with the utmost fidelity and bravery. The same praise is accorded to Captain K. Otey, commanding Eleventh Virginia; Captain Norton, commanding First Virginia; Lieutenant-Colonel Marye and Captain Simpson, of the Seventeenth, fell into the hands of the enemy, while discharging their duties with conspicuous gallantry. I am satisfied all the field officers did well. I especially commend the good conduct of Captain W. T. Fry, my A. A. General, and Mr. A. Camp Beckham, who acted as my volunteer Aid-de-camp. Among those reported to me as deserving especial notice for gallantry on the field, are Captain Joel Blanchard, company D), and Lieutenant W. W. Gooding, company K, Seventh Virginia, who were both killed, Lieutenant W. E. Harrison, company A, Sergeant-Major Tansill and Color-Sergeant Mays, both wounded, and both of whom had distinguished themselves in the battles of Williamsburg and Seven Pines ; First Sergeant William Apperson, company C, w