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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 1., Chapter 4: seditious movements in Congress.--Secession in South Carolina, and its effects. (search)
. Bethen.John M. Shingler.B. H. Rutledge. Edward Noble.James Parsons Carroll.E. W. Goodwin.Daniel Du Pre.Edward McCrady. J. H. Wilson.William Gregg.William D. Johnson.A. Mazyck.Francis I. Porcher. Thos. Thomson.Andrew J. Hammond.Alex. McLeod.William Cain.T. L. Gourdin. David Lewis Wardlaw.James Tompkins.John P. Kinard.P. G. Snowden.John S. Palmer. John Alfred Calhoun.James C. Smyly.Robert Moorman.George W. Seabrook.John L. Nowell. John Izard Middleton.John Hugh Means.Joseph Caldwell.John Jenkins.John S. O'Hear. Benjamin E. Sessions.William Strother Lyles.Simon Fair.R. G. Davant.John G. Landrum. J. N. Whitner.Henry Campbell Davis.Thomas Worth Glover.E. M. Seabrook.B. B. Foster. James L. Orr.John Buchanan.Lawrence M. Keitt.John J. Wannamaker.Benjamin F. Kilgore. J. P. Reed.James C. Furman.Donald Rowe Barton.Elias B. Scott.James H. Carlisle. R. S. Simpson.P. E. Duncan.William Hunter.Jos. E. Jenkins.Simpson Bobo. Benjamin Franklin Mauldin.W. K. Easley.Andrew F. Luis.Langdon Che
everely; James Black, Quartermaster, slightly; Joseph----, seaman, slightly; John Griffith; James Williams, captain of the main-top, slightly. Total, twenty-six. On the Pensacola — John Ryan, Quartermaster, mortally; George Mowry, Quartermaster, mortally; Jonathan Roberts, ordinary seaman, severely; Michael McKeene, landsman, severely; Gustavus Mason, landsman, severely; Thomas Kelly, boatswain's mate; Edward Brown, captain of the guard, severely; John Sherlock, ship's cook, severely; John Jenkins, ordinary seaman, severely ; James O'Haniel, seaman, severely; Samuel Cooper, ordinary seaman, slightly; David Henderson, ordinary seaman, slightly; A. C. Gifford, ordinary seaman, slightly; John Stuart, ordinary seaman, slightly; Samuel Randolph, ordinary seaman, slightly; P. McKay, landsman, slightly; Edward Bowman, landsman, slightly; Edward Lee, first-class boy, slightly; Henry Stambach, sergeant of marines, slightly; George Perkins, marine, slightly; Michael O'Brien, marine, slightly
W. H. Noe and a soldier. Mr. Cooper had taken an active part in the affray. When in front of Jenkins's store he attempted to escape, and when commanded to halt refused to do so, whereupon Mr. Noe t some of our men, when orders were given to fire upon him, which was done, and he fell dead at Jenkins's door. Unfortunately, one of the balls passed, through the closed door and struck Mr. John JeMr. John Jenkins in the groin, producing a serious, and probably mortal wound. Mr. Cooper was shot through the neck and shoulder. When the copperheads were halted near Mrs. Dickson's, he was heard to say, that, slightly; Thomas Jeffries, Brooks's regiment, severely; William G. Hart, soldier, severely; John Jenkins, citizen, severely; William Gilman, citizen, severely; John Trimble, slightly; Sanford Royes,heads were severely wounded, but were taken off in wagons. Tuesday Morning, 11.30 A. M. Messrs. Jenkins, Hart, and Goodrich are dead, having died at five, half-past 10, and half-past 11 o'clock,
tion, to be ready in case it should be wanted. The other (Jenkins's) was ordered to General McLaws, to replace that of KershVirginia 1313 Pickett'sKemper's24th Virginia 77 Pickett'sJenkins'sP. S. S. 44 Pickett'sJenkins's6th South Carolina 11 PicJenkins's6th South Carolina 11 Pickett'sJenkins's2d South Carolina 33     4646 Ransom'sCook's15th North Carolina 163103 Ransom'sCook's27th North Carolina213Jenkins's2d South Carolina 33     4646 Ransom'sCook's15th North Carolina 163103 Ransom'sCook's27th North Carolina21315 Ransom'sCook's46th North Carolina 5858 Ransom'sCook's48th North Carolina17161158 Ransom'sRansom's24th North Carolina424in line of defence was occupied by the brigade of Brigadier-General Jenkins, a regiment from which occupied the right flank oeplaced by my own. Before daylight, orders came to relieve Jenkins's brigade, on the right of the Telegraph road, which I had About daylight on the morning of the sixteenth, Brigadier-General Jenkins, with his brigade, reported to me, and relieved Cents. On Sunday morning the brigade was relieved by General Jenkins, and ordered back to camp. I regret to s
of the Navy. Prisoners captured May 23, 1864. F. Sanborn, acting ensign; J. H. Johnston and George Whitney, third assistant engineers; W. D. Spencer, master's mate; G. F. Allison, quarter-master's cook; John Smith and George Walsh, quartermasters; Nicholas Fierny, Robert Haddon, and J. H. Ellis, firemen; John McDonald, Michael Noe, Patrick Kelly, and Mike Drilly, coal-heavers; Wiley Bloom, A. Mills, J. Hastings, A. Lewis, George Hall, W. Austin, T. Wiggins, W. Wyatt, W. Hampton, J. Jenkins, W. Hart, and J. Harrison, sailors; H. Pearson, cook,--total, twenty-seven. I certify that the above is a correct abstract from the list furnished by Major-General Anderson, commanding Confederate forces in Florida. Edelemire Mayer, Major Seventh Regiment U. S. S. F., A. A. A. G. headquarters District of Florida, Jacksonville, June 13, 1864. Report of Acting Ensign Sanborn. United States steamer Philadelphia, Port Royal harbor, S. C., September 3, 1864. Sir: It becomes my p
to General Martin and Colonel Avery for their gallant assistance in the capture and destruction of the wagon train, and to General Martin and his command particularly for their good conduct at Farmington, and their laborious work in destroying the bridges on the railroad. General Wharton and his command behaved throughout with their accustomed gallantry. I tender my thanks to the following members of my staff for their gallantry and good conduct, viz.,: Colonel King, Majors Burford, Jenkins, Hume, and Hill; Captains Turner, Powell, Wade, Flush, and Kennedy, and Lieutenants Pointer, Wailes, Nichol and Hatch. To Major Hume, particularly, am I indebted for his gallantry during the fight at Farmington, where he was wounded, and to Lieutenant Pointer, my Aid, for his gallantry during a cavalry charge, when he dashed upon the enemy's color-bearer, shot him, and then turned and brought the colors back to his command. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, Joseph Wheeler, Ma
Missing. J. WaldenPrivateCo. B, 1st Bat. S. C. S. S.Missing. J. F. ChapinSergeantBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded slightly. Wm. ThompsonSergeantBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded severely. N. B. FullerCorporalBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded severely. E. E. BurbanCorporalBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded severely. J. J. BrownCorporalBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded severely. J. E. TrippPrivateBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded since died. R. F. SamsPrivateBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded severely. John JenkinsPrivateBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded slightly. Daniel JenkinsPrivateBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded slightly. A. BuddenPrivateBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded slightly. E. B. TrescottPrivateBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded slightly. T. E. CuthbertPrivateBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded severely. S. A. SamsPrivateBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded slightly. J. D. RichardsonPrivateBeaufort Light ArtilleryWounded slightly. Total casualties: Killed, 14; wounded, 102; missing, 9.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 3. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Report of Major-General Samuel Jones of operations at Charleston, South Carolina, from December 5th to 27th, 1864. (search)
t was too late; the entire line soon gave way, fell back in confusion, crossed the Coosawhatchie river and partially destroyed the bridge immediately under the guns, and within easy and effective musket range of our works at Coosawhatchie. Major John Jenkins, whom I had sent forward to ascertain the position of the enemy, was conducting the battalion of cadets under Major White into action, and that gallant body of youths was moving at double quick, manifesting an eagerness to encounter the enet General Gartrell was .slightly wounded, by a fragment of a shell, before he reached the field. The German artillery, Captain Bachman, rendered very efficient service on the left, as was proved by the number of dead found in their front. Major Jenkins, commanding the cadets, was particularly conspicuous during the morning fight. Colonel Edwards deserves especial credit for the admirable disposition of his troops. The enemy's loss, though not accurately ascertained, must have been hea
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Jenkins, John 1751-1827 (search)
Jenkins, John 1751-1827 Military officer; born in New London, Conn., Nov. 27, 1751; served throughout the Revolutionary War as a lieutenant; and during the Wyoming massacre commanded Forty Fort. He died in Wyoming, Pa., March 19, 1827.
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), North Carolina, State of (search)
d for this articles of impeachment were preferred against him, and he was removed from office. Population in 1890, 1,617,947; in 1900, 1,893,810. See Amidas, Philip; United States, North Carolina, in vol. IX. proprietary governors. Colony of Albemarle. William Drummondappointed1863 Samuel StephensappointedOct., 1667 George Cartwrightpresident of council1674 —Millerpresident of councilJuly, 1677 John Culpeperusurps the governm'tDec., 1677 John Harveypresident of council1680 John Jenkinsappointed governorJune, 1680 Henry Wilkinsonappointed governorFeb., 1681 Seth Sothelappointed governor1683 Philip Ludwellappointed governor1689 Alexander Lillingtonappointed deputy gov1693 Thomas Harveyappointed deputy gov1695 North Carolina. Henderson Walkerpresident of council1699 Robert Danielappointed deputy gov1704 Thomas Careyappointed deputy gov1705 William Gloverpresident of councilMay, 1709 Edward Hydepresident of councilAug., 1710 Edward Hydeappointed governorJan. 2
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