Richard Harris, Kelly's Ford, March 17, 1863.
B. J. Nuckols, Spotsylvania Courthouse, May 9, 1864.
John W. Nash, Raccoon Ford, October 1, 1863.
J. Benton Vaughan, , May 1——, 1864.
T. Cary Nelson, Nance's Shop, June 24, 1864.
W. T. Priddy, Wayneshoro, October, 1864.
R. W. Talley,——, 1864.
Andy J. Nuckols, Tom's Brook, October 9, 1864.
Twenty-Fourth Virginia cavalry.
Chapman Tyler, Enon Church.
William Timberlake, Enon Church.
Arthur Timberlake, Enon Church.
Wirt M. Binford, Harmony Church.
Lieutenant-Colonel Lewis Minor Coleman, Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862.
Sergeant C. S. Stone, Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862.
Corporal Thomas L. Jones, Second Manassas, 1862.
Samuel Baker, Richmond, 1862.
N. A. Cross, Richmond, 1862.
W. T. Ford, Richmond, 1862.
Martin Baker, Richmond, 1862.
William J. Chapman, Fort Delaware, 1864.
M. C. Lowry, Fort Delaware, 1864.
William E. Luc
[from the Charlotte, N. C, observer, September, 1899.]
The last volley on that memorable field.
Statement of General Grimes.
It was fired by Cox's gallant North Carolinians—a stirring Reminiscence—Lest we forget a letter from Mosby.
In the Confederate Veteran for August, Captain William Kaigler, of Dawson, Ga., insists that the last volley at Appomattox was fired by the sharpshooters of Evans's division under his command, and not by North Carolinians.
The closing incident of the greatest of modern wars is of such historic importance, and is so creditable to those participating therein, that it is not surprising that they should be proud of it and claim as much of its glory as truth permits.
In the Veteran for November, 1898, Captain Kaigler first claimed this honor for his command, and in the Veteran for February, 1899, he is answered and contradicted by Captain James I. Metts, of Wilmington, who quotes statements (sustaining him), made by sever
, Commodore M. F., 335.
Maury, Mrs., Nannie Mason, 338.
Maury, Colonel R. L., 335.
Mayo, Mayor, Joseph, 20.
Mechanicsville, Battle of, 160.
Merritt, General, Wesley, 273, 315.
Metts, Captain James I., 92.
Minor, B. B., Ll.D., Address on Judge Wm. Brockenbrough, 350.
Minor, Dr C. L. C., 170,335.
Mobile, Defence of, 343
Moore, J. Blythe, 219.
Moore, J. Scott, 191.
Morgan, General, Daniel, 68.
Morgan, Captain wm H., F Co., killed, 149.
Morris Island, vartyrs of, 43.
Mosby, Colonel John S., 250; roster of one of his companies, 312; monument at Front Royal to his murdered men unveiled, with addresses on the occasion, 250; deeds of, 256; retaliation by, 314.
Mt. Jackson, Skirmish at, 9.
Munford, B. B., Address of, vindicating the South, 60.
Niagara, U. S. gunboat, 228.
Newton, Virginius, 220.
Newton, Wm B., 304.
Ordnance report of Grimes' division, April 10, 1865, 177.
Orr's S. C. Rifles, Sketch of, 157.
Page, Captain, Thomas Jefferson, Sketc