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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.26 (search)
ridan following. On the 17th, Anderson, with Kershaw's Division and Cutshaw's artillery, approached Fitz Lee's Cavalry. On the 3d of September Kershaw's Division starts back to Richmond under ordend Pegram's Divisions. Early in person, with Kershaw and Wharton and all the artillery, was to mov At 3:30 o'clock in the morning Early, with Kershaw's Division, came in sight of the enemy's fire4:30 o'clock, the word forward was given, and Kershaw crossed the creek at Bowman's Hill, and at exturing the panic-stricken enemy, for they and Kershaw had been alike victorious. The Nineteenth anordon's Division was reforming in the rear of Kershaw, and that it was too scattered to attack. Th direction. Early had now gotten Ramseur and Kershaw in line with Pegram's Division, and Gordon cos Brigade on our extreme left and the rest of Kershaw's line having been penetrated, the troops thehis rolls 15,949 present and absent, counting Kershaw's Division which was not at Winchester; but w[3 more...]
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.27 (search)
veterans in the ranks were Captain W. E. Stoney, Comptroller-General of South Carolina during the Hampton regime; the Rev. Dr. Thompson, who served with distinguished gallantry in the flying artillery of General Marmaduke, and S. T. Pinckney, of Kershaw's Brigade. Zzza secession Cockade. Ingraham Hasell wore the same secession palmetto cockade which decorated his hat during the first year of the war, and which was on his person during every battle in which Kershaw's Division, Army of NortKershaw's Division, Army of Northern Virginia, took part. The colors carried by the veterans was the battle-flag of the Fifth South Carolina Regiment, of Butler's Brigade. Many bullet-holes testify that its supporters always asked a place in the picture near the flashing of the guns. The South Carolinians carried branches of palmetto, and wore cockades in hats and button-holes. They had travelled farther than any other delegation, and the enthusiasm which greeted the sight of the palmetto from many a balcony and pavem