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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.14 (search)
e, W. T. Dougherty, W. T. Gatewood, B. K. Curtis, R. S. Hudgins, C. T. Holtzclaw, John S. Howard, W. F. Ford, William Gennett, J. S. Jones, D. W. Mahone. H. F. Phillips, R. H. Richardson, J. C. Richardson, E. A. Semple, Charles Selden, L. H. Sclater, W. W. Roche, G. M. Peck, E. K. Peek, H. C. Whiting, T. B. Wood, W. T. Westwood, George Wray, A. D. Wallace, G. W. Watts, G. O. Mears, John Howard, A. S. Segar, J. H. Ham, J. T. Outtan, N. Williams, W. J. Stores, J. W. Richardson, E. C. Wood, W. S. Hankins, J. B. Wheeler, John R. Patrick, Lewis Hansford, J. W. Saunders, J. M. Richardson, William J. Sims, R. J. Massenburg, Thomas R. Wheeler. [421] Pegram Battalion Association. This Battalion of Artillery was commanded during the war by Colonel William Johnson Pegram, who fell mortally wounded at Five Forks, April 1st, 1865. Upon its battle-flag can be inscribed sixty-four engagements, and the battalion was truly, as General Heth's men said, the fighting battalion! The old war batta