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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.14 (search)
nt carried from Williamsburg to Chancellorsville. Second Virginia battalion with full ranks. R. L. I. Blues' Association. The Blues' Band, Blues' Association, under command of Major Benjamin W. Richardson, president, and Light Infantry Blues (which acted as escort for Lee Camp), and the following war and association members of the Richmond Light Infantry Blues, who paraded with the Company, Captain Sol. Cutchins commanding: Isaac S. Newman, James Medlicott, Charles H. Epps, William James Epps, Andrew J. Berry, Captain Charles P. Bigger, Captain E. J. Levy, Captain George W. Jarvis, Frank Johnston, John Tyree, J. Bell Bigger, William H. Snook, Lieutenant W. S. Dashiell, vice-president. R. E. Lee Camp, no. 1. Lee Camp with three flags and the following members, Commander W. P. Smith, mounted, commanding: Officers—Commander W. P. Smith, First Lieutenant-Commander Joseph V. Bidgood, Second Lieutenant-Commander A. G. Evans, Third Lieutenant-Commander Alexander W. Archer
Vote of the refugees. --A poll was opened at the Clerk's office in the City Hall, on Thursday, for the election of a member of the State Convention, to supply a vacancy occasioned by the expulsion of Ephraim B. Hall, the member from Marion county, now identified with the bogus government at Wheeling. The election was superintended by Messrs. R. R. Howison, Thos. R. Price, and Thos. W. McCance, and Wm. James Epps officiated as clerk. The whole number of votes polled was 15, and James Neeson, the State Senator from the Marion district, was declared the choice of the Marion refugees for a seat in the Convention. The election passed off without excitement.