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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
Col. J. J. Dickison, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 11.2, Florida (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 1 1 Browse Search
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a small but Spartan band, will not be allowed to lose its identity as Florida troops, but that its decimated ranks will be filled up by the new levies about to be raised in that State, and that volunteers will hasten to join this brigade which has done such faithful service in the army of Northern Virginia, and won a name and fame for the gallant little State of Florida. In the Gettysburg fight the Fifth Florida lost 17 killed and 76 wounded; among the killed Capt. John Frink and Lieut. J. A. Jenkins and J. C. Blake; among the wounded Captains William Bailey and R. N. Gardner, Lieutenants G. L. Odum, J. A. Shaw and George Walker. The Second lost 1 killed and 70 wounded. The casualties of the Eighth were 5 killed and 65 wounded. Among the wounded were Captains T. R. Love, J. Mizell and T. B. Livingston; Lieutenants H. Bruce, W. W. Wilson, E. J. Dismukes, John Malone, F. M. Bryan and T. W. Givens. At the battle of Bristoe Station, October 14, 1863, the brigade was conspicuously
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
ield and Staff. Sergeant-Major W. R. Rankin, Q. M. Sergeant T. C. Low, Hosp. Steward L. J. Parker. Co. A. Sergeant H. G. Anthony, J. A. Holden, Private J. Draughn, J. Brown J. Breimock, H. W. Collins, A. Coe, M. H. Freeman, A. J. Key, Private Wm. Marsh, G. Isaacks, J. L. Magee, E. More, W. P. Nixon, W. White, A. S. Gates, L. C. York. Co. B. Sergeant T. M. Foster, Corporal F. W. Leper, A. M. Rhyne, R. W. Carson, George Hines, Private W. T. Allison, J. A. Jenkins, E. M. Huffotiller, J. F. Beatty, J. C. Bell, Private G. P. Harriss, J. B. Heines, M. Keiser, J. J. Lewis, S. H. McClarver, A. Rhine, W. W. Rankin, W. A. Smith, J. Shum, J. L. Saunders, Private A. J. Baldwin, L. R. Clemer, C. Carpenter, D. M. Sifford, M. Carpenter, W. A. Clark, L. H. Ford, R. W. Gaston, C. S. D. Shields, Private R. B. Stone, J. W. Shields, W. B. Thomas, J. F. Thomas, J. L. Thornburg, W. E. Whiteside, M. Willis, L. L. Wilson. Co. C. Serg
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Gettysburg. (search)
nt P. Shealy. Company D—Sergeant C. W. Johnson. Company E—Captain W. E. McCaslan. Company F—Lieutenant George Pooser, Private S. D. Phretchard. Company I—Sergeant William W. McLeod. Company K—Corporal G. Reddick. Company M—Lieutenant E. L. Hampton, Sergeant A. Williams. Fifth Florida. Company A—Private D. W. Scott. Company B—Private R. R. Barnes. Company C—Privates S. H. White, Arvin Oliver, Elias Barimna. Company D—Private James Burney. Company E—Lieutenant J. A. Jenkins, Privates S. H. Calhoun, R. C. Cash, R. Hudson, B. Sincoe, H. Linton. Company F—Captain John Frink. Company G—Private John Baugh. Company I—Private J. C. Cox. Company K—Lieutenant J. C. Blake, Private Thomas Mumford. Eighth Florida. Company C—Privates William Slaughter, C. B. Griffin. Company F—Private John Rowe. Company G—Private Thomas Galloway. Company I—Private S. Crews. Wounded—Second Florida. Major W. R. Moore