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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 J. J. Lipscomb, M. R. Pridmore, Private S. M. Beam, James Byers, B. F. Holmes, W. G. Holmes, W. C. Harris, Private P. D. Phillips, J. F. Peterson, R. M. Tolleson, J. B. Tolleson, Henry Wright. Co. G. Private J. H. Tearwood, J. W. Clinton, D. M. Pasley, E. A. Robinson, Private John Jones, Elijah McSwain, E. McSwain. Co. H. Sergeant W. T. Berry, Corporal S. D. Limval, W. O. Youngblood, Private W. W. Abernathey, C. M. Carroll, William Davis, J. T. Forbes, J. W. Fewell, S. A. Glenn, D. J. Glenn, H. H. Caps, E. M. Garrison, Private J. R. Garrison, S. M. Garrison, R. O. Howe, C. H. M. Howe, W. T. Jackson, W. J. Jackson, J. L. Johnson, S. B. McCully, H. H. Montgomery, J. R. Warren, R. L. Woods, Stephen Huddleston. Co. I. Sergeant A. B. Odom, W. M. Pierce, J. D. Brown, Private G. M. Bozeman, John Gilbert, J. C. Hogg, E. J. Langston, Private P. S. McLaughlin, N. Odom, A. Odom, P. Parnell, A. Tedder, H. E. Wh
, Ala.; D. Hickman, Mo.; W. H. Bayliss, Texas; Nat. G. Smith, Ark.; C. D. Mallory, Ga.; Mat. Hillsman, Tenn.; B. Egan, La.; W. B. Caldwell, Ky.; T. D. Coleman, Va.; L. H. Milliken, Miss.; J. L. Pritchard, N. C.; L. W. Allen, Corresponding Secretary; A. Nelson, Recording Secretary; C. A. Fuller, Treasurer. Board of Managers: W. L. Murfree, J. D. Winston, S. M. Scott, C. K. Winston, W. B. Bang, W. P. Jones, A. C. Beech, A. L. Maxwell, L. B. Woolfolk, G. H. Slaughter, B. M. Tilman, R. Ford, J. T. Forbes; D. DuPree, G. W. Griffin. Rev. J. H. Campbell, of Ga., offered a resolution declaring it inexpedient for this body to attempt public collections for any of the objects embraced in its Constitution during its present session. After some discussion, the resolution was laid on the table. The committee on time and place of next meeting reported, through Rev. S. Landrum, in favor of Friday before the second Sabbath in May, 1863--the place Columbus, Mississippi--preacher Rev. Wm. Wi