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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
Private Geo. W. Cogbill, Sergeant H. G. Evans, Robert S. Eckles, Corporal F. C. Stainback, John W. Hawthorne, W. H. Harrison, Geo. W. Ivey, John T. Daniels, Chas. E. Kirkham, Private H. T. Booker, W. E. Lilley, Forage Master N. P. Bowden, David May, Jr., Private T. M. Barfoot, Robert O. Nevill. W. E. Butcher, J. J. Shepherd, John W. Cocke, H. A. Wade. Co. B. Sergeant Wm. C. Smith, Nelson Guess, Corporal Jordan Stone, Private M. T. Bott, Samuel E. Brown, J. C. Birdsong, H. H. Drinkard, Private M. E. Oliver, Charles Pannell, Jno. J. R. Robertson, T. B. Ruffin, N. B. Simmons, J. B. Taliaferro, Robt. M. Wells. Co. C. Sergeant Lewis Lunsford, Jr., R. J. Eppes, William Caldwell, Corporal J. M. D. Tatum, Private Thomas Banks, J. J. Campbell, W. B. Donnan, Thos. F. Goodman, Samuel A. Hatcher, Private Geo. F. Hill, J. M. Leavitt, William Owens, N. T. Powers, C. E. Pritchard, Robt. G. Thompson, Thos. W. Toler, R. R. William
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.45 (search)
carried out, though many went out in carriages and decorated the graves with flowers. All visiting veterans were served with lunch during the day by the Ladies' Memorial Association. The dinner was spread in Rescue Hall. At noon an annual mass meeting of all the veterans was held and the roll of veterans in the county called. There were about seventy-five veterans present. Commander A. B. Stronach, of the L. O'B. Branch Camp, called the meeting to order and presided, while Adjutant J. C. Birdsong called the roll. Commander Stronach stated that this was not a meeting of the L. O'B. Branch Camp, but a mass meeting of all the Confederate soldiers of the county. About 260 names were called, and at the conclusion seventeen men came forward and had their names recorded, giving the company and regiment in which they served, as follows: R. H. Stone, Company D, 47th North Carolina. Bryant Martin, Company D, 47th North Carolina. Henry Perry, Company I, 1st North Carolina.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.44 (search)
e company—he was a character—and his name is forgotten. The boys dubbed him Jamaica Ginger. I would like to secure his name. If any reader of the Dispatch knows the name of any one who was a member of the company during the war, and which does not appear in this list, a great favor will be done if it be mailed to me on a postal card. It is my intention to have the list reprinted, and I purpose mailing a copy to each member now living, or to his family, if the address can be had. J. C. Birdsong, 213 east Hargett street, Raleigh, N. C. [The Editor would be glad to have, at this late day, the desiderata.] List of officers and privates who volunteered in Petersburg A. Grays, Fourth Virginia Battalion, afterwards Company B, Twelfth Virginia Regiment, Mahone's Brigade, A. P. Hill's Corps: Commissioned officers—John Lyon, captain; Robert R. Bowden, first lieutenant; Thomas P. Pollard, second lieutenant; Thomas J. Crenshaw, third lieutenant. Non-commissioned officers—W
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
brious, 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, 15 Ashbrooke. W. M., 26 Augustin, James A., 140 Barksdale Gen. Wm., 17 Bartlett, U. S. H., Gen., 168 Battle Abbey of the Confederacy, Location of decided 166 Bond of Trustees of, 160 Beauregard, Gen. P. G. T., 76 Birdsong, J. C., 360 Black Horse Troop The. 297 Blandford Cemetery, Tribute of Love to Dead Buried there 186 Bloody Angle, Story of the, 206 Bond. E. Holmes 225 Bouldin, Capt. E. E, 13 Breckinridge, Gen. John C., at Meechums, 102 Brock, R. A., 28 Brooks, Capt. W. R., 152 Burgess, W. W. 124 Burgwyn, Col. W. K., How Killed at Gettysburg, 245 Calhoun, John C on Secession, 67 On Public Plunder 324 Campbell Judge John A., 250 His Efforts for Reconstruction, 256 Arbitrary Imprison