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t aground, and if our machinery does not break, we hope to outrun her. If I am captured, a visit to Vicksburgh will be my portion. We shall see. The following is the loss by the capture of the Queen of the West, as far as I can ascertain: Prisoners.--Cy. Eddison, Second Master; Henry Duncan, Third Master; David Taylor, Engineer, (scalded;) D. S. Booth, Surgeon; First Master Thompson, (wounded on the Atchafalaya;) Adjutant C. W. Bailey; one blacksmith, name unknown; George Andrews, James Foster, carpenters; L. C. Jarbou, Thomas Williams, David McCullom, Charles Launer, Carrol Smith, Ed. Hazleton, Charles Faulkner, John A. Bates, Norton F. Rice, Wm. Brown, Geo. W. Hill, soldiers; Mr. Anderson, of the Herald, and about thirty negroes. Killed.--George Davis jumped overboard from the De Soto, and is supposed drowned. The above list are the names of those who floated down the river and were not picked up by the De Soto. They will probably be captured by the next confederate st
23 Aug. 1796, and had Rhoda, b. 31 Mar. 1797; Maria, b. 22 Ap. 1798; Gershom, b. 12 Mar. 1800; Aaron Burr, b. 10 Dec . 1801; Jefferson, b. 22 Sept. 1803. Aaron the f. d. 25 Dec. 1822, a. 50. 50. Nehemiah, s. of Gershom (15), m. Martha Bowman 17 July 1739, and had Samuel, bap. 20 July 1740; Martha, b. 1 Nov. 1742, m. Henry Luckis 12 Feb. 1767; Elizabeth, b. 14 Feb. 1713-4; Joseph, b. 21 Sept. 1745, d. 23 Dec. 1749; William,, b. 14 Ap. 1718, d. 9 Oct. 1788; Sarah, b 14 Feb. 1749-50, m. James Foster of Boston 26 Nov. 1773; Joseph, b. 23 Dec. 1751; Nehemiah, b. 3 June 1753; Mehetabel, b. 28 Ap. 1755, pub. Thomas Hopkins f Boston 19 Dec. 1778; Andrew,b. 9 1757, Rebecca Cutter 15 Nov. 1779. Nehemiah the f. d. 12 Sept. 1798, a. 81; his w. Martha d. 1 July 1790, a. 75. 51. Samuel, s. of Nehemiah (50), m. Hannah Hartwell of Charlestown 1 Dec. 1760, and had Samuel, b. 1 Dec. 1760 (on the day of marriage), m. Abigail Cutter 21 Jan. 1787; Hannah,b. 18 July 1763; Elizabeth (twin with Hanna
23 Aug. 1796, and had Rhoda, b. 31 Mar. 1797; Maria, b. 22 Ap. 1798; Gershom, b. 12 Mar. 1800; Aaron Burr, b. 10 Dec . 1801; Jefferson, b. 22 Sept. 1803. Aaron the f. d. 25 Dec. 1822, a. 50. 50. Nehemiah, s. of Gershom (15), m. Martha Bowman 17 July 1739, and had Samuel, bap. 20 July 1740; Martha, b. 1 Nov. 1742, m. Henry Luckis 12 Feb. 1767; Elizabeth, b. 14 Feb. 1713-4; Joseph, b. 21 Sept. 1745, d. 23 Dec. 1749; William,, b. 14 Ap. 1718, d. 9 Oct. 1788; Sarah, b 14 Feb. 1749-50, m. James Foster of Boston 26 Nov. 1773; Joseph, b. 23 Dec. 1751; Nehemiah, b. 3 June 1753; Mehetabel, b. 28 Ap. 1755, pub. Thomas Hopkins f Boston 19 Dec. 1778; Andrew,b. 9 1757, Rebecca Cutter 15 Nov. 1779. Nehemiah the f. d. 12 Sept. 1798, a. 81; his w. Martha d. 1 July 1790, a. 75. 51. Samuel, s. of Nehemiah (50), m. Hannah Hartwell of Charlestown 1 Dec. 1760, and had Samuel, b. 1 Dec. 1760 (on the day of marriage), m. Abigail Cutter 21 Jan. 1787; Hannah,b. 18 July 1763; Elizabeth (twin with Hanna
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
. Egan, courier at Brig. Headquarters, Private W. Lucas, M. McCue, J. Russell. [48] Eighth Louisiana Regiment. Sergeant-Maj. W. H. Mayo. Co. A. Private J. Foster, C. Burg, Private D. Burch. Co. B. Sergeant Wm. M. Clark, Jno. McGroth, Private S. Cerilo, F. Lender, Private Wm. Simpson, M. Farla, E. Deleseocr Regiment, Private H. W. Crouch, J. W. Cleapor, detailed Nurse in Brigade Hospital, Private F. W. Lesseman, detailed Nurse in Brigade Hospital, J. Foster, A. J. Samson, detailed Clerk in Commissary Department Div. [101] Twelfth South Carolina Regiment. Non-Commissioned Staff. Q. M. Sergeant W. WSergeant J. C. Trout, J. C. Hanes, R. B. Richardson, S. H. Tinsley, R. C. Vandegrift, C. P. Allen, A. G. Selling, Private J. P. Bradley, J. C. Foster, James Foster, Marshall Gross, B. Newman, Wm. Pollard, J. G. Seley, Corporal M. C. Mells, H. J. Johns, L. A. Gay, Private W. S. Amos, Private H. G. Vaughan, G
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.57 (search)
enemy's cavalry was observed endeavoring to gain our rear. I was ordered with the regiment to form line obliquely to the rear, faced toward them. As soon as formed, and while awaiting expected cavalry charge, the enemy from a hill up the river (one and a half miles farther on) opened with artillery, doing no damage and creating no panic in my command, when I moved off, as ordered by Colonel Barrett, in retreat, furnishing 140 men for skirmishers, under Captains Miller and Coffin and Lieutenants Foster and Mead. They kept the enemy at a respectful distance at all times and did their duty in the best possible manner. Some temporary confusion was created by a portion of the 34th Indiana breaking through my regiment at double quick while I was marching in quick time, but order was immediately restored. The retreat was conducted by the right flank, for the reason that the nearest body of the enemy, 250 strong, with two pieces of artillery, were evidently trying to gain our rear and a
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Goochland Light Dragoons. (search)
owhatan Ayers, dead, E. H. Argyle, Joseph Argyle, dead, Mat. G. Anderson, dead, Robert Anderson, Pat. Brannan, drowned 1863 pursuing Yankees, William Baugh, dead, Branch Bell, R. L. Brooking, dead, A. C. Brooking, John Black, dead, Thomas Burk, dead, B. F. Bowles, Thomas A. Curd, dead, Isaac Curd, Julien Childress, George T. Cowherd, Robert Dabney, A. V. Duval, dead, Robert Dickenson, dead, R. Q. Dickenson, John H. Duke, James Duke, Dandridge Bollings, dead, John Eades, George W. Fleming, James Foster, dead, Samuel R. Guy, dead, Thomas M. Gathright, John S. Gathright, S. H. Gathright, William Galt, dead, Joseph Goodman, died 1864, Julien Henderson, wounded at Trevillian's Depot, Thomas Herndon, died 1862, George T. Herndon, wounded at Pole Green Church, Thomas J. Holman, killed at Spotsylvania, Edward Haden, killed at Spotsylvania, Douglass Haden, killed at Five Forks, John N. Haden, Hancock Hamilton, wounded at Five Forks, E. T. Hughes, Joseph E. Hauchins, dead, Thomas Houchins, W. H.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoir of Jane Claudia Johnson. (search)
A. Curd; transferred from. William Morris; recruit. James Houchins; recruit. Thomas Houchins, recruit. John Baugh; substitute. B. S. Dandridge; substitute. Mat. G. Anderson; recruit. A. C. Brooking; recruit. R. L. Brooking; recruit. William Pleasants; substitute. John C. Ragland; recruit. John S. Garthright; transferred from. John R. Garthright; transferred from. S. H. Garthright. John Ladden (Shepherdstown); killed. Marcellus Shelton; killed. James Foster; substitute. Richard Missenger; transferred from. ——Terrell; transferred from. P. O. Nichol; transferred from. ——Webster; substitute. ——Scott; transferred from. Julien Armstrong; recruit. Philip Taylor; recruit. Powhatan Ayres; transferred. John Talley; transferred from Guy's Battery. John Palmore; transferred from Leak's Battery. John W. Randolph. Nat Ragland; recruit (dead). R. J. Loving; recruit. Hiter Loving; recruit (dead). John Quigley
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.24 (search)
A. Curd; transferred from. William Morris; recruit. James Houchins; recruit. Thomas Houchins, recruit. John Baugh; substitute. B. S. Dandridge; substitute. Mat. G. Anderson; recruit. A. C. Brooking; recruit. R. L. Brooking; recruit. William Pleasants; substitute. John C. Ragland; recruit. John S. Garthright; transferred from. John R. Garthright; transferred from. S. H. Garthright. John Ladden (Shepherdstown); killed. Marcellus Shelton; killed. James Foster; substitute. Richard Missenger; transferred from. ——Terrell; transferred from. P. O. Nichol; transferred from. ——Webster; substitute. ——Scott; transferred from. Julien Armstrong; recruit. Philip Taylor; recruit. Powhatan Ayres; transferred. John Talley; transferred from Guy's Battery. John Palmore; transferred from Leak's Battery. John W. Randolph. Nat Ragland; recruit (dead). R. J. Loving; recruit. Hiter Loving; recruit (dead). John Quigley
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Parole list of Engineer troops, Army of Northern Virginia, surrendered at Appomattox C. H., April 9th, 1865. (search)
ankin, D. Rice, J. Richardson, S. W. Richardson, Z. P. Sneed, J. B. Spurlin, G. W. Steele, Joseph W. Shearin, Z. L. Wall, J. T. Wall, W. B. Worlledge, W. A. Winkler, J. W. Johnson, J. N. Kelly. Company G. Wm. R. Johnson, Captain. Wm. A. Gordon, Second Lieutenant. Sergeants—R. B. Richardson, S. H. Tinsley, R. C. Vandegrift, C. P. Allen, A. J. Silling, J. C. Trout, J. C. Hanes. Corporals—M. C. Metts, H. J. Johns, L. A. Guy. Privates—W. S. Amos, John P. Bradley, J. E. Foster, James Foster, Marshall Gross, B. Newman, Wm. Pollard, J. G. Seay, H. J. Vaughan, Geo. R. Williams, Jas. Barker, Jas. C. Britt, Robt. C. English, Jas. C. Garrett, Wm. R. Hopkins, John D. Malone, Jas. N. Marshall, A. P. Meadows, L. T. Meador, John Sheppard, Micajah Stone, J. A. Walder, Wm. H. Wicks. Company H. John Bradford, Captain. Thomas J. Moncure, First Lieutenant. R. W. Peatross, Second Lieutenant. Sergeants—James W. Holt, R. M. DuBose. Privates—William Wright, W. H. Haynes, J. B
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Townsend's Diary—JanuaryMay, 1865. (search)
ods by a path, which we thought agreed with the directions of Mr. Zentmeyer; after following this path for a short distance we met a gentleman who informed us we were going directly away from the point to which we were aiming. As he was going in that direction for a short distance he volunteered to act as our guide; we joyfully accepted his proposal and followed him through a by-path which led us over quite a rugged road, at length we came out upon a main road which led us by Mr. Cobb's, Mr. Foster's and Major James Penn's, at this latter point our guide left us after giving us the necessary directions. After going about a mile and a half we came to a point where the road made three forks; we took the central one. Proceeding down this road for a mile and failing to arrive at a church which we were told would be upon this road, two miles from Major Penn's, we came to the conclusion that we had lost the road again. We sent out scouts to find out and their report confirmed our opinio
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