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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.23 (search)
d, and iron nerve, safely steered the little fugitive of the sea to her desired haven. It might be said of him, as of the Nantucket skipper, that he could get his bearings on the darkest night by a taste of the lead. Let us recall the names of some of the noted blockade-runners and their pilots, so well known in Smithville about thirty years ago. A hero indeed. Steamer Cornubia, afterwards called the Lady Davis, C. C. Morse; steamer Giraffe, afterwards known as the R. E. Lee, Archibald Guthrie; steamer Fannie, Henry Howard; steamer Hansa, J. N. Burruss; steamer City of Petersburg, Joseph Bensel; steamer Old Dominion, Richard Dosher; steamer Alice, Joseph Springs; steamer Margaret and Jessie, Charles W. Craig; steamer Hebe, George W. Burruss; steamer Advance, C. C. Morse; steamer Pet, T. W. Craig; steamer Atalanta, Thomas M. Thompson, steamer Eugenia, T. W. Newton; steamer Ella and Annie, J. M. Adkins; steamer Banshee, Thomas Burruss; steamer Venus, R. Sellers; steamer Don, W
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.53 (search)
oll, wounded at Gaines' Mill. 16. John Carroll, killed at Gettysburg. 17. David Collins, killed at Gettysburg. 18. John Dabney, discharged. 19. Elisha Damewood, killed at Sharpsburg. 20. Thomas Davis, died in hospital. 21. James Day, wounded at Gaines' Mill. 22. Leslie Dinwiddie, wounded at Gaines' Mill. 23. George Deyesley, died in camp. 24. —— Dobbins, recruit. 25. James Doherty. 26. John Feather. 27. Griffin Gish, corporal. 28. Jonas Gish. 29. —— Guthrie, killed at Second Manassas. 30. John Hardy, killed at Gettysburg. 31. ——--Hawley, killed at Gettysburg. 32. John Harkrider. 33. John Hix, killed at Gettysburg. 34. John Hunter, wounded at Gaines' Mill. 35. —— Hymen, transferred. 36. John Irvine, discharged. 37. David Kufauver. 38. William Kufauver, wounded at Gaines' Mill. 39. John Kernes. 40. —— Gemon, recruit. 41. Thomas Lacy, killed at Boonesboroa. 42. Joseph Lemon. 43. William Lewis