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The Daily Dispatch: November 19, 1861., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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Colonel Charles E. Hooker, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 12.2, Mississippi (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 1 1 Browse Search
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fles, Tishomingo county, Capt. W. H. Kirkpatrick. Company D, Jeff Davis Rifles, Marshall county, Capt. Samuel Benton. Company E, Horn Lake Volunteers, De Soto county, Capt. John W. Foster. Company F, Quitman Rifle Guard, Marshall county, Capt. Robert McGowan. Company G, De Soto Guards, De Soto county, Capt. S. O. B. Crockett. Company H, LaFayette Guards, LaFayette county, Capt. Wm. Delay. Company I, Invincibles, Senatobia, Capt. Robert R. Bowdrie. Company K, Panola Guards, Panola county, Capt. B. Moore. Tenth regiment, S. M. Phillips, colonel; Jos. R. Davis, lieutenant-colonel; E. H. Gregory, major; H. Powell, adjutant. Company A, Mississippi Rifles, Capt. Robert A. Smith. Company B, Ben Bullard Rifles, Itawamba county, Capt. Jas. H. Bullard. Company C, Madison Rifles, Madison county, Capt. Jos. R. Davis. Company D, Lowndes Southrons, Lowndes county, Capt. W. T. Wade. Company E, Bahalah Rifles, Copiah county, Capt. Octavius Gibbs. Company F, Southern Avengers, Columbus, Capt. Georg
Death of a brave Officer. --The death, at Pensacola, of Capt. B. Moore, belonging to Col. J. R. Chalmer's Mississippi regiment, is an occurrence of regret with his comrades. He died on the 2d inst., of fever. The officers of the regiment hold a meeting, at which Col. C. presided, and passed forcible resolutions of respect to the memory of the deceased, and condolence with his relatives. The company immediately commanded by Captain Moore also had similar proceedings. Death of a brave Officer. --The death, at Pensacola, of Capt. B. Moore, belonging to Col. J. R. Chalmer's Mississippi regiment, is an occurrence of regret with his comrades. He died on the 2d inst., of fever. The officers of the regiment hold a meeting, at which Col. C. presided, and passed forcible resolutions of respect to the memory of the deceased, and condolence with his relatives. The company immediately commanded by Captain Moore also had similar proceedings.
in Virginia. Mr. Wallace, as we are informed, a citizen of Atascosa, with treaty-eight men, is after the savages, and at last accounts he was but eight hours behind them. Thirteen of Mr. Childress's horses were recovered on the trail. Upon being informed of the facts, Col. McCulloch sent Capt. Ragsdale's company in pursuit. This company is composed principally of frontiersmen, and if it overtakes the redskins it will do good execution. Since writing the above, Mrs. Noel, from Atascosa, has given us the following information: A party of twelve men from the neighborhood started after the Indians and succeeded in recapturing a portion of the horses. The horses of six of the company gave out, and the riders returned. The other six overtook the savages, who turned upon them, proving too numerous for the small party. The Indians retook the horses, killed James Winters, wounded N. Kennard, Speed, and L. Ward. Mr. Moore was killed in his buggy a day or two previous.
ting in Tennessee and Kentucky. The Chattanooga Rebel gives a list of the Abolition officers sent to Macon, and the cause of their detention. Gen. Bragg, it appears demanded of Rosecrans the release of citizens of Tennessee, held as prisoners for their loyally to the Confederate States. Rosecrans refused the demand, and Gen. Bragg then replied that he should hold all captured officers of the Federal army in close confinement as hostages for the safety of citizens so imprisoned. The following is the list: Col A B. Moore, Lieut-Col D. Hopmad, 104th, Illinois Infantry; Lieut-Col R. R. Stewart, 2d Ind Day; Maj L H Widmer, 104th Illinois infantry, Capt J. W. Kriedar, 108th Ohio, on B; Capt Cris Beck, 1st Lieut J W. Hudson, 1st Lieut Knoch Burnett, 1st Lieut Alex Hoss, 1st Lieut D Parsley, 1st Lieut Deward, 2d Lieut W G. Brush, 2d Lieut J E. Williams, 2d Lieut G W Daily, 2d Lieut Jas Kern, 2d Indiana Cavalry. All of whom were captured by Morgan at Hartsville, on the 7th inst.