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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.11 (search)
nnessee Heavy Artillery; four companies, Seventh Regiment, Alabama Cavalry, and a portion of the First Alabama Confederate Regiment. Elisha Franklin Paxton, major, adjutant-general's department, August 15, 1862, staff of General T. J. Jackson; brigadiergeneral, November 1, 1862; killed at Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863. Commands—Brigade composed of Second, Fourth, Fifth. Twenty-seventh and Thirty-third Regiments, Virginia Infantry, Trimble's Division, Jackson's Corps, A. N. Va. William H. Payne, captain Black Horse Troop, —--, 1861; major Fourth Virginia Cavalry, September 12, 1861; lieutenant-colonel Fourth Virginia Cavalry, June 9, 1862; colonel Fourth Virginia Cavalry, September 3, 1863; brigadier-general, November 1, 1864; died in Washington city, March 29, 1904. Commands—Brigade composed of Fifth, Sixth, Eighth and Fifteenth Regiments of Virginia Cavalry and Thirty-sixth Battalion Virginia Cavalry, Fitzhugh Lee's Division, A. N. Va. John Pegram, captain corps of cav<
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.39 (search)
the hearts of the country's founders. William H. Payne, in young manhood, foresaw the fate of Vibsided and it was safe to release him. William H. Payne was a citizen with genius that fascinatedter they met at Virginia's University, whither Payne went to study the virtue and the truth of law n they came together to win a parallel renown; Payne at the head of horse: Carter in the blaze of hull view of the battle she would inherit, William H. Payne gave her his promise true. The Blackroop or of his brigade in Fitz Lee's division, Payne was in the place carved out for him by nature.blished reminiscences, gives this account: General Payne, of Virginia, one of the ablest and most ks no doubt the case. Rosser, however, gave to Payne the control of the advance and attack. The la town and 828 prisoners had been captured. In Payne's last battle at Five Forks, in command of whaorks and captured afterwards, as we have seen, Payne's life was spared for the moral battle to whic[12 more...]
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Constitution and the Constitution. (search)
s and passion. Endure it, despising the shame. Payne again a leader. Out of the injury of wounds whoseshed as armorial bearings; out of wounds and prison, Payne returned to stand with worn strength and torn heart eld out her hand. There could be but one course for Payne. The word tergiversation was not in his lexicon. Ay nearly the whole duty of man. To influence others, Payne had what in his day had not ceased to be the winningfortune by being broken? I hold up the constancy of Payne as that of one who in this battle firm did stand; alage. This moral force was the strength and charm of Payne. One felt that the physical man had been cast in a the whole. It is hard to be popular and pure; yet Payne was popular and he was pure. The fact survives for ow in their worship is to break the sword of Lee. Payne as a lawyer. When the stress of Reconstruction had subsided, Payne gave his mind to law with a fair share of the concentration which had pervaded him in war. In
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 36. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
ttalion, 1814-15 Roster of officers and soldiers of, 133 Nicholas, Geo., sketch of, 55 Nullification Ordinance, 64 Oakwood Cemetary Monument to 16,000 Confederate soldiers at, 89 Oakwood Memorial Association, 84 Olds, Fred A., 247 Payne, Gen. Wm H., Glowing Eulogy of, 285 Pendleton, Edmund Sketch of, 41 Petersburg to Appomattox C. H., From, 261 Petersburg, Evacuation of, 262 Petersburg Grays, Co,. A, 12th Va. Infantry, List of officers and members of, 360 Poagaes R. D., 111 Lomax. Lunsford L. 111 Long, Armistead L. 112 Magruder, John B., 112 Mahone, Wm., 112 Maury, Dabney H. 112 McCausland, John, 113 Moore, Patrick T., 113 Munford, Thos. T., 113 Page, Richard L., 113 Paxton, E. F., 113 Payne W H., 114,285 Pegram John 114 Pemberton John C., 114 Pickett, Geo. E., 115 Pendleton Wm. N. 114 Pryor Roger A., 115 Randolph, Geo. W, 115 Reynolds, Alex W., 115 Robertson, Heverley H., 115 Rosser, Thos. L., 116 Ruggles, Daniel