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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Diary of Captain James M. Garnett, ordnance officer Rodes's division, 2d corps, army of Northern Virginia. (search)
s and humiliation at having been compelled to abandon Winchester in that style. If we had only had some good cavalry to resist that of the enemy, our infantry could have maintained its position, but our cavalry did not behave well, even if there were superior numbers against them. If Wharton's division had been up early in the morning when we repulsed the first attack, we might have followed it up, but its withdrawal from below let in the whole Yankee cavalry upon us, for McCausland's and Imboden's brigades couldn't, or wouldn't, resist them. I haven't life enough left for anything. I have just issued this morning the last of the arms, accoutrements and ammunition that I had, and the division still lacks arms and accoutrements, though it is pretty well supplied with ammunition, for it has lost, I suppose, about 1,000 men all together. General Ramseur has been assigned to the command of the division. I had a conversation with Major Peyton on that subject yesterday morning and he
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.44 (search)
. M. Conner, Isaiah Carter, D. Coode, Butler Corder, T. W. Crow, John Culbreth, Geo. W. Crawford, Hugh H. Chandler, Irvine Chase, M. Cooksey, Charles Daime, Peter M. Daniel, Reuben Dawson, Rodger M. Dunaway, R..A. Dunton, Frederick Eubank, B. Eastham, J. P. Gayle, M. J. Gayle, Thos. B. Gayle, Lewis E. Gooding, J. H. Goddin, Abner Goodall, James J. Gooch, James R. Gresham, John B. Griffith, H. Gaskins, James Haney, Francis L. Hill, Noah Holkman, H. H. Hopkins, R. T. Howard, Isaiah Hunton, Jacob Imboden, Matthew Jennings, C. W. Johnson, M. A. Jones, W. M. Yerby, John C. Rally, Hugh C. Keysear, James P. Kite, Richard Knox, Thomas O. Kite, M. P. Lacy, T. B. Leach, Clifton Lee, J. W. Limbrick, D. W. Lowe, Willis J. Landram, Edward G. Leavell, Fielding Lucas, Wm. L. Manley, Elimonder Myers, O. D. Miller, J. M. Milton, L. E. Meredith, John L. McKenny, William Norris, John J. Porter, John T. Pritchard, James H. Peebles, Geo. H. Priest, Thomas Parr, Rupert R. Powell, H. F. Powell, Jno. R. Pain
s of Lexington Cadets: Headq'rs corps of Cadets,Camp near Harrisonburg. Va,May 19th, 1864. The following is a correct list of the killed and wounded of this battalion in the battle of New Marsed, May 15th, 1864: Field and Staff.--Wounded: Lt Col Ship, slightly in shoulder. company A.--wounded: Corp's Geo F Macon, Richmond, badly in arm; Samuel Atwell, Westmoreland, badly in leg; Privates Henry J Meade, Bedford, slightly in side; C H Harrison. Augusta, bruised badly; Jacob Imboden, Augusta, badly bruised; F L Smith, Alexandria, badly in face and shoulder; E H Smith Richmond, very slightly in hip; it a Pendleton, Ambers, slightly in head; I W White, Abingdon, dangerously in leg; George Spiller, Botetourt, slightly in head and leg; Wm P Watston, North Carolina, slightly in arm. company B.--killed: Privates J B Stanard, Orange; W H McDowell, North Carolina; D G Jefferson Amelia, died of wounds, wounded: Serg't H H Gannow, Mobile, slightly in both legs; J H Bransfo