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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 5. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
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contest. I cordially unite in all they have said, and were it in my power would do personal honor in this report to every hero. To my personal staff I am under the deepest obligations. Captain R. M. Sawyer, A. A.G.; Capt. D. P. Allen, A. C.S.; Lieuts. E. F. Pierce and W. F. Wheeler, Aids-de-Camp, bore my orders through the thickest of the battle; intelligent, capable, and brave, their gallant conduct is worthy of, and will receive, the honor rightly their due. My Division Surgeon, J. E. Lynch, was unceasing in his efforts in his own department, and to his energy and skill the greatest credit is due for the prompt and efficient care of the wounded. Captain Allen, in conveying orders along the line, came upon one of the enemy's regiments, but by his coolness and courage escaped from a murderous fire, though with a terrible wound. Lieutenant Wheeler received a slight but honorable wound while bearing orders in the face of the enemy. Captain Borcherdt, commanding my persona
contest. I cordially unite in all they have said, and were it in my power would do personal honor in this report to every hero. To my personal staff I am under the deepest obligations. Captain R. M. Sawyer, A. A.G.; Capt. D. P. Allen, A. C.S.; Lieuts. E. F. Pierce and W. F. Wheeler, Aids-de-Camp, bore my orders through the thickest of the battle; intelligent, capable, and brave, their gallant conduct is worthy of, and will receive, the honor rightly their due. My Division Surgeon, J. E. Lynch, was unceasing in his efforts in his own department, and to his energy and skill the greatest credit is due for the prompt and efficient care of the wounded. Captain Allen, in conveying orders along the line, came upon one of the enemy's regiments, but by his coolness and courage escaped from a murderous fire, though with a terrible wound. Lieutenant Wheeler received a slight but honorable wound while bearing orders in the face of the enemy. Captain Borcherdt, commanding my persona
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
, Jackson Milton, J. W. Warwick. Co. G. Sergeant W. K. Parnell, Private W. S. Atkinson, J. H. Cox, M. R. Hill, P. O. Eaddy, J. F. M. Gill, Private W. T. Redick, J. D. Stokes, W. H. Truett, T. P. Langston, J. W. Wright. Co. H. Sergeant A. B. Barron, Corporal A. J. Morris, T. G. Robinson, J. W. Barrow, Private S. H. D. Evans, W. L. Green, J. F. Green. Co. I. Sergeant W. H. Thighen, Corporal R. S. McElven, Private W. H. Caraway, S. C. Godwin, J. W. Lynch, J. E. Lynch, Private D. Mathews, Jeff. Mathews, R. Mathews, J. W. Mathews, W. A. Young. Co. K. Private H. Rogers, M. Gowald, Private J. L. Stevens. [113] Moody's Brigade. Y. M. Moody, Brig.-General. E. B. Cherry, Lt. and A. D. C. Wm. H. Miller, Maj. and Q. M. A. M. Macmurphy, Lt. and Ord. Off. A. Kinney, Capt. and A. C. S. J. A. Fitzpatrick, Capt. and A. Q. M. Wm. F. Beard, Surgeon 41st Regiment Ala. Vols. H. H. Sartain, Capt. Co. A, 41st Ala. Regiment. Wm. R. Hug