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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Heroes of the old Camden District, South Carolina, 1776-1861. an Address to the Survivors of Fairfield county, delivered at Winnsboro, S. C., September 1,1888. (search)
battalion he served during the rest of the war. On the 14th July, 1863, he was complimented in general orders by General Beauregard for leading successfully an attack on Morris Island in which he was wounded by a bayonet. Going to Virginia with Hagood's brigade in the spring of 1864, on the 14th May, preceding the battle at Drury's Bluff, he drove back a line of battle with his skirmishers. He was wounded in the battle on the 16th May, but continued on the field during the whole day. At Petersburg, on 14th June, he again led, at night, a line of skirmishers of Hagood's brigade and drove back the advance of General Baldy Smith; again, on the 18th June, he led another attack. He was twice offered and refused the command of the Twenty-second regiment, and after the battle of Bentonville was offered by General Johnston a commission as temporary brigadier-general. Colonel Rion and his battalion served on the coast of South Carolina in Fort Sumter and battery Wagner, and in Virginia
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Wee Nee volunteers of Williamsburg District, South Carolina, in the First (Hagood's) regiment. (search)
r, 1861, Captain P. K. Molony, Adjutant of Colonel Hagood's First regiment South Carolina volunteers for the engineering. I am satisfied that Colonel Hagood was not, because, like myself, he had a lenized by the men and officers constituting Colonel Hagood's First regiment. Eight remained with that to Rivers' about daylight and communicated to Hagood and Simonton the result of my mission, having they fell. We were put in position by Colonel Johnson Hagood (who was that day acting as a brigadiesed in his fright covered his whole body. Colonel Hagood stopped the other, who was making his way th us and behaved very well. Both Stevens and Hagood acted very coolly. The former was not at all till I met an officer who informed me that General Hagood had withdrawn my seven companies towards tapsacks as we returned. I was directed by General Hagood to take post on the railroad with my righting that place belongs to the brigades of Generals Hagood and Bushrod R. Johnson. At 10 o'clock [43 more...]
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Hagood's brigade: its services in the trenches of Petersburg, Virginia, 1864. (search)
l Johnson Hagood, who spoke as follows: General Hagood's Address. Gentlemen of the Survivors' oss the fields toward the City Point road, General Hagood was opportunely met by a courier with a maine of Harrison's creek was determined on, and Hagood's men put in position. Colquitt's brigade arre siege in 1865. At I:30 A. M. on the 18th, Hagood's brigade moved back on the new line to the po, the Confederate loss was inconsiderable. In Hagood's brigade the casualties of the three days amoing general. On the night of the 23d June General Hagood was made familiar with the mode of attack d properly given in the enclosed report of General Hagood. Dividing my forces to the left into two ll be seen by the reports of Generals Hoke and Hagood that they are not responsible for the failure hich continued all day, and ceased at night on Hagood's front. For this and several days the casuald at one time there were five hundred cases in Hagood's alone. These field infirmaries were places [34 more...]
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
le of, 21. Greeley on Secession, Horace, 334. Gregg, Gen., Maxcy, 117; his regiment, 14, 394; loss in brigade at Cold Harbor, 19. Gregory, Sergeant E. S., 91. Green, 359. Green, Gen. Nath'l, 12; Johnson's Life of, 6. Grier, Lt., 143. Griggs, Col., Geo. K., 230, 257. Grimball, 104. Grimke, Dr., Thos., 126, 176. Griswold, Harry, 360. Grose, Col., 305. Grover, Gen., 20. Guilford C. H. Battle of, 433. Gwin, U. S. Navy, Capt., 307. Hagerstown, Battle of, 20. Hagood, Gen. J., 26. 116, 133, 138, 143, 144, 149, 152, 176, 190, 318; his brigade in the trenches before Petersburg, 395; report of, 402. Hagood, Camp, 117. Hall, Lt. A. J., 375. Halpine, Gen., Chas. G., 353. Hamilton, Capt., 70. Hammond, Lt. F. G., 188 Hammond, Capt. S. J., 134, 162. Hammond, Capt. T. L., killed, 191. Hampden, 112. Hampton, Anthony, 13. Hampton, Edward, 13. Hampton, John, 13. Hampton, Richard, 13. Hampton, Wade, 13, 94, 226, 262, 274. Hampton Roads Conference, 320