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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
llery 1st Corps, Army Northern Va. Brig.-General E. P. Alexander, Artillery 1st A. Corps, 3 horses present. Captain J. C. Haskell, A. A. General, 2 horses present. 2d Lieutenant Thos. Pinckney, A. and I. General, 2 horses present. 1st Lieutenant W. T. Mason, Aid-de-Camp, 2 horses present. Major J. I. Middleton, Chief Quartermaster, 2 horses present. Major J. H. Franklin, Chief Commissary, 1 horse present. Surgeon W. M. Post, Medical Department, 1 horse present. Captain W. T. Meade, A. Q. M. Ordnance Train, 2 horses present. Major Louis Webb, Quartermaster, 2 horses present. Capt. Leonidas Pointer, Artillery Ordnance Officer, 2 horses present. [10] Enlisted men on duty at Headquarters Artillery 1st Corps, A. N. Va. Private Robert W. Bidgood, Clerk. Jno. H. Sharp, Courier, 1 horse present. Wiley Williams, Courier, 1 horse present. Benj. J. Pitt, Courier, 1 horse present. [4] Respectfully submitted, [Signed] E. P. Alexander, Brig.-Ge
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
. E., 431. Mason, Capt. John, 13. Mason, Lt. W. T., 4. Massey, Lt. M. V., 313. Massey, Lt. S. H. B., 94. Massey, Chaplain W. E., 313. Massie, Lt. F. T., 16,47. Matthews, Capt. J. B., 212. Matthews, J. T., 212. Matthews, Capt. J. W., 333. Matthis, Lt. James T., 304. Maupin, Lt. C., 467. Maury, Col. Richard L., 457. Mayes, Lt. J. N., 95. Mayo, Capt. P. H., 70. Mayo, Capt. W. S. P., 70. Mays, Lt. M. N., 190. Meade, Capt., David, 70. Meade, U. S. A., Gen., x. Meade, Capt. W. T., 41. Mears, Lt. E. J., 284. Mebane, Lt. W. A., 196. Mebane, Lt. W. N., 275. Meadows, Capt. T. C., 314. Medical Department, 456. Med. Purveyor's Dept., 464. Meel, Lt. J. C., 61. Melton, Capt. B. F. K., 238. Mercer, Maj. G. P., 185, 186. Mercer, Lt., Thos. H., 13, 51. Merritt, U. S. A., Gen., XXVI. Merritt, Asst. Surg. G. A., 161. Merritt, Asst. Surg. T. F., 177. Merritt, Ensign W. J., 231. Metts, Capt. J. J., 253. Metz, Com. Seg't J. G., 177. Mizell, Capt. A.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.35 (search)
nes, infantry and artillery, were revealed in battle's magnificently stern array. In anticipation of the coming fray, Lee joined Jackson to witness the opening. Meade's division led Franklin's advance with nearly 5,000 men, forcing back Jackson's skirmishers. Stuart, watching Meade's forward movement, gave the onward marching hMeade's forward movement, gave the onward marching host a raking enfilade with shot and shell from the gallant Pelham's guns. Recovering from this, however, Meade again charged, only to have his line shattered by Jackson's batteries, under Lindsay Walker, and his entire advance driven back before the Confederate infantry could fire a gun. Attacked Marye's Heights. Sumner, aboMeade again charged, only to have his line shattered by Jackson's batteries, under Lindsay Walker, and his entire advance driven back before the Confederate infantry could fire a gun. Attacked Marye's Heights. Sumner, about the same time, had begun his attack with 400 big guns upon the Confederate batteries on Marye's Hill. Simultaneously, Burnside had hastened Hooker with two divisions down the river for the purpose of making an assault on Jackson at 1 o'clock. At the same time, also, he was ordering Sumner's troops to advance from the cover of t
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Judge William Brockenbrough. (search)
G. Davis, and settled in Florida, of which he was appointed Territorial Governor, and where he became distinguished as a lawyer and a judge. He also represented Florida in Congress. Thus Virginia has produced three judges Brockenbrough; and Dr. Austin Brockenbrough was a valuable member of the county court of Essex, over which he frequently presided. A daughter of the Proctor married Senator Maxwell, Confederate States Senator from Florida, and their daughter, Lucy, married Rev. Everard Meade, for eleven years beloved rector of St. John's church, Richmond. It may be gratifying to the people of Essex to know that their section of the State was further ably represented in that memorable conclave at Rockfish Gap by Judge Spencer Roane, and that Judge Hugh Holmes, who assisted Judge William Brockenbrough in the preparation of the first volume of the Virginia Cases, was also a member of it. The Commissioners who signed the report to the legislature were: Th: Jefferson, Creed Taylor
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.55 (search)
e Laird, Abe Lavelle, Robert Sharp Leake, A. C. Lam, Alfred Leyburn, Jacob Lincoln, Philander Mackey. A. J. Martin, W. P. Martin, W. H. Marks, Samuel R. Moore, Harry E. Moore, Richard L. Moore, Thomas Montgomery, John Montgomery, A. S. Montgomery, J. G. Montgomery, Henry H. Myers, John D. Myers, R. Culton Morrison, Robert H. Morrison, Henry Ruffner Morrison, George Martin, J. McD. McClung, W. H. McFaddin, H. C. McFaddin, Dennis Mc-Gravy, Thomas McGovern, James M. McNutt, W. P. McCorkle, W. T. Meade, Jacqueline S. Morgan, Benjamin Miller, R. McD. McCown, John H. McClintic, Hezekiah Nicely, John McK. Parry, John A. Patton, James E. Poague, James W. Poague, Oliver B. Powers, Charles Pulse, Jacob Pulse, Levi Pulse, Zebulon Rader, Jacob N. Rhodes, John W. Robertson, Iverson S. Root, James W. Ruff, John A. Ruff, Andrew Robinson, William H. Sale, Jacob A. Supinger, Samuel J. Shafer, Robert Supinger, Charles Schindel, William C. St. Clair, T. Lackey Scott, Peachy R. Taliaferro, James Turpi