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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
Private Wm. Johns, M. Leddy, Jas. McCaucle, Thos. McEachen, Wm. McElrath, J. Newsome, J. Riely, C. M. Russell. Co. H. 1st Sergeant R. W. Powell, Sergeant W. L. Hall. R. H. Hart. J. L. Pitman. Corporal J. Fussel. J. H. Hand. J. W. McCloud. R. J. Browning. Private J. M. Bryant, R. Browning, J. W. Coffee, D. J. Conner, F. M. Aligood. Private D. J. Dyal, J. B. Furguson, H. Fussel, R. S. Livingston, G. McKea, W. McKea. W. W. Pitman, J. C. Parker, A. D. Powell, J. A. Powell, J. Walker, J. Ladson, Co. I. 1st Sergeant R. C. Yarbrough. Private J. J. Denson, D. Garrett, D. Grant, H. Riely, Private E. Riely, Wm. Sewell, J. A. Day, J. A. Williams, N. Bozeman. Co. K. 1st Sergeant F. Hazzard, Sergeant R. C. Johnson, M. C. Thomson, Private L. W. Davis, Musician J. Ryan, S. Dyal, J. Odom, A. G. Carswell, M. Granberry, P. Garvy, Private E. M. Gorham, H. Harbers, M. Lemons, Musician D. C. Gozy, C. Shirling, G. Odom, W. Beall, A. Fre
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Twelfth Alabama Infantry, Confederate States Army. (search)
. Shelton, G. A. Nelson, slightly; Privates James Burns,—Feltach, R. Overstreet, L. O. Thomas, W. Thomas, F. Trice, H. N. Waters, slightly; William Williams, A. Wooten, both badly. Total, 12. Company K—Killed—Private J. M. C. Payne. Wounded—Lieutenant Townsend, Lieutenant Fitzgerald, Sergeants Jones, Taylor, Ethridge, all mortally; Corporal Scott, Privates Abercrombie, W. S. Ford, N. H. Goslin, C. H. Herring, H. H. Rowell, W. Stallmarks, slightly; S. M. Adams, D. T. Jenkins, J. A. Powell, all mortally. Total, 14. H. A. Whiting, A. A. A. General, 3rd Brigade, 3rd Division. Summary. *** killed.wounded. Staff Officers.Enlisted Men.Officers.Enlisted Men. 12th Miss. Regt.5352138 6th Ala. Regt.119118264 5th Ala. Regt.1269159 12th Ala. Regt.5556133 4th Va. Batallion317267 King Wm. Artil'y11122 ———— Total2622538783 Aggregate loss in killed and wounded, 1,083. The brigade went into action with about 2,400 men and officers. H. A. Whiting, A
ded: M. A. Inmon, side, severely; J. F. Gregory, left leg; L. Payne; shoulder; J. H. Walker, leg; H. Powell, thigh broken; Sergt Jas. Booker, thigh severely; Sergt. Jno. Booker, through breast, severely. Company E--Capt. Tyree commanding. Killed; H. S. Ashby; W. Hawkins. Wounded; Sergt. J. T. Shackleford, leg and arm; R. H. Gaines, neck; S. H. Hardy, finger off; R. M. Shelton, hip; M. T. Orrender, arm; B. B. Hall. thumb, slightly; J. H. Hardy, hand and hip; W. Hughes, leg, severely; J. A. Powell, two fingers off; J. J. Owen, finger off; L. D. Watkins, through body, dangerously. Co F — Lt Adkins, commanding.--Killed: W Saunders. Wounded: W P Roark, breast slightly; S M Carr, head slightly; S J Jones, leg; W Guthrie, through head severely; J B Moon, hand. Co G — Lt W J Carter, commanding.--Wounded: J A Moore, leg amputated below knee; H G Burton, face severely: R G Miles, hand slightly; J J Snead, thigh slightly. Co H — Lt Segar, commanding.--Killed: W Madison, wounded<
Mayor's Court, yesterday. --Edward, slave of J. A. Powell, was charged with stealing a box of candles, five dozen eggs, and a large quantity of butter, from the store-room of Robert Wiley, residing in the neighborhood of the Central depot. Mr. Wiley's house was broken into on Wednesday night between 12 and 1 o'clock, and the next day a large lot of butter, answering in shape (it having been put up in a barrel) to that which was stolen, was found in a store near by kept by the accused. --Upon questioning Edward as to where he obtained the butter, he told two or three different statements about it, whereupon a warrant was obtained for his arrest as the guilty party. The Mayor, after patiently listening to a protracted examination, remanded the prisoner for examination before the Hustings Court. In connection with the above case, a negro fellow, named Thomas, slave J. J. Sands, was also remanded for examination on the charge of receiving from Edward a lot of the butter in que