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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 3. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Maryland troops in the Confederate service. (search)
. Snowden Andrews, and served during the whole war in the Army of Northern Virginia. After Captain Anderson was promoted, the battery was more generally known as Dement's battery, Captain W. T. Dement being its commander. The following extract from General Ewell's official report of the Gettysburg campaign will show of what mateCaptain W. T. Dement being its commander. The following extract from General Ewell's official report of the Gettysburg campaign will show of what material this battery was composed: Lieutenant C. S. Contee's section of Dement's battery was placed in short musket range of the enemy on the 15th June (at Winchester), and maintained its position until thirteen of the sixteen men in the two detachments were killed and wounded, when Lieutenant John A. Morgan, of the First North CDement's battery was placed in short musket range of the enemy on the 15th June (at Winchester), and maintained its position until thirteen of the sixteen men in the two detachments were killed and wounded, when Lieutenant John A. Morgan, of the First North Carolina regiment, and Lieutenant R. H. McKim, A. D. C. to Brigadier-General George H. Steuart, volunteered and helped to work the guns till the surrender of the enemy. The Second Maryland ( Baltimore Light ) Artillery was organized early in the fall of 1861, under the command of Captain J. B. Brockenborough, who was promoted t