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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.25 (search)
rth-Sergeant, Charles P. Montague, ambulance sergeant. Corporals. First, J. J. Percival. Second, William H. Michael, transferred to 59th Regiment; wounded at Sailors' Creek, and captured; died at Johnson's Island, Ohio, June, 1865. Third, J. W. Buford, wounded at Gettysburg; dead. Fourth, James T. Lashley. Privates. John J. Bass, dead. J. B. Battle, dead. John F. Bennett, died in service. Alex. Barrow, dead. W. S. Bacon, wounded at Dinwiddie Courthouse. M. A. Clark, dead. Edward W. Crichton. James Crichton, transferred to 12th Virginia Regir John Clayton, dead. Benjamin D. Clayton, sergeant. George W. Clayton, dead. George E. Clayton. Thomas F. Duane. J. H. Dameron, died in service. George Dameron, died in service. Littleton Edmunds, dead. Thomas Flournoy, dead. Benjamin B. Graves, first-sergeant; killed at Getty Charles Gibbon, dead. John A. Heartwell. W. E. Hammonds, wounded at Gettysburg. Turner Hammonds, s
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.43 (search)
Tatum, Private L.; killed. Valentine, Private Thomas; wounded. Weaver, Private Christopher; killed. Waller, Private T. J. Company C —Petersburg B Grays. Bird, Corporal Color Guard Henry V. L. Caldwell, Private W. W. Epes, Sergeant Richard; wounded. Evans, George W. Green, Private J. W. Pugh, Private John J.; killed. Rawles, Private W. R.; killed. Sledge, Private Henry. Thompson, Sergeant Robert G. Company D —Petersburg Lafayette guard. Clark, Private John H. Hardy, Private James. Harber, Private Charles; killed. Laughton, Lieutenant John E., Jr.; seriously wounded. Smith, Private George; wounded. Company E —Petersburg Riflemen. Butts, Private R. Emmett; killed. Bernard, Private George S. Bernard, Private D. Meade. Blakemore, Private James H. (courier). Crow, Sergeant John E. Davis, Private Richard B.; wounded. Fitzgerald, Private Henry W. Farley, Private James W.; killed. Harrison, Se<
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.46 (search)
ctorious Confederates, led by General James R. Chalmers, with his brigade of Mississippians and Jackson's Brigade, speedily assailed Hurlbut with such vehemence that he was swept back like leaves before the wind. By this time the whole front of the Federal encampment was in possession of the Confederates. Everywhere, on every hand, could be seen supplies, baggage, and equipage. No Oriental army was ever encumbered by a more luxurious and abundant supply. In the meantime, Cheatham's and Clark's Divisions of Polk's Corps were strenuously engaged on the left, where Sherman had gone to try and redeem his losses in the morning. He was driven from every position and sent toward the river, until, reaching a lot of ravines with timber-covered banks, he poured a desolating fire into the noble ranks of the Confederates. But, resuming the onset with great spirit, the Confederates drove their enemy nearer the river. W. H. L. Wallace, with his Donelson soldiers, now came into action, an