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Joseph T. Derry , A. M. , Author of School History of the United States; Story of the Confederate War, etc., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 6, Georgia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 2 0 Browse Search
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Joseph T. Derry , A. M. , Author of School History of the United States; Story of the Confederate War, etc., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 6, Georgia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Chapter 3: (search)
officers and enlisted men were distinguished for gallantry in this affair, Capt. Hugh M. King, on the staff of General Anderson, displaying commendable zeal and activity in superintending the destruction of the camp. Company D, First Georgia battalion, had a sergeant, corporal and 34 men in the fight, and of these Serg. A. C. Hollingsworth and Privates Lewis Barker, James B. Higgins and James E. Holmes were killed, C. H. Witcher, W. M. Elder, J. W. Sewell and J. H. Day were wounded, and J. M. L. Jones, H. C. Jones and J. R. Cox were captured. During the 22d and 23d of November, 1861, there was a heavy bombardment of the Confederate forts and batteries by Fort Pickens, assisted by the warships Niagara under Flag-Officer McKean, and the Richmond under Captain Ellison. Colonel Villepigue with his Georgia and Mississippi regiment, the First Georgia battalion, occupied Fort McRee. The Federal steamers taking position as close as possible reinforced the heavy guns of Pickens. General B
soners of war at Fort Pickens, captured on the morning of Wednesday, Oct. 8, 1861: 1st Lieut. Jas. Cooper, La. Infy: 2d Lieut. F. W. Farley, 1st Fla. V.; 1st Lieut. C. L. Sayre, C. S. M. C., severely wounded; Benj. R. Holt, 5th Ga.; Mal. Mosely, 1st Fla.; Corporal W. H. Moore, 7th Ala.; L. G. Moore, 7th Ala.; F. M. Fry. 7th Ala.; H. Ferguson, 7th Ala., dead; John Burgess, 5th Ala., Capt. Homer's J. R. Cox, Ga., or Miss. R., Capt. Rhodes's H. C. Jones, Ga. or Miss. R., Capt. Rhodes's J. M. L. Jones, Ga. or Miss. R., Capt. Rhodes's John Mahoney, 1st Fla., Capt. Cripp's Larkin Nickles, 1st Fla., Capt. Cripp's Benj. F. Parker, 1st Fla., Capt. Baker's; T. Bond, 1st Fla.; R. L. Hale, 1st Fla.;C. F. Hollyman, 1st Fla.; John Jarvis, 1st Fla.; J. J. H. Patterson, 1st Fla.; S. Yager Finley, 1st Fla.; Wm. Mauldin, 10th Miss., Capt.Peake's; H. Destringer, 10th Miss, Capt. McKeever's; Daniel Jones, La. Infy; Frank Passent, La. infy; G. W. Clark, Ga. or Miss. R., severely wounded; Everett, dead
fantry; Second Lieutenant F. W. Farley, First Florida Volunteers; First Lieutenant C. L. Sayre, Confederate States Marine Corps, severely wounded, released on parole until recovered; Corporal W. H. Moore, Seventh Alabama Regiment. Privates Benjamin R. Holt, Fifth Georgia Regiment; Malcolm Mosely, Fifth Florida Regiment; L. G. Moore, F. M. Fry, Henry Ferguson, (dead,) Seventh Alabama Regiment; John Burgess, Fifth Alabama Regiment; Mobile Continentals, Captain Homer; J. R. Cox, H. C. Jones J. M. L. Jones, Georgia and Mississippi Regiments, Capt. Rhodes; John Mahony, Largin Nichols, Benjamin F. Parker, Captain H. H. Baker, S. Yerger Finley T. Bond R. L. Hale, C. F. Hollyman, John Jarvis, Joshua J. H. Patterson, First Florida Regiment, Capt. Cropp; Wm. Mauldin, H. Deshinger, McKeever, Tenth Mississippi Regiment, Capt. Peake; Daniel Jones, Frank Peasant, Louisiana Infantry; G. W. Clark, severely wounded. --Everett, (dead since,) Georgia and Mississippi Regiment; John Godley, Florida Regimen