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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Black Eagle Company. (search)
wounded at Gaines' Mill, Va., 1862. Wood, J. H., sergeant; wounded five times, losing at one time a pound and a half of flesh from his thigh and hip from a canon shot; is now living near Eaton, Weld county, Colorado, and an active business person. Recruits. Anderson, Nat., Carrington, Robert, wounded at Gettysburg, Pa., 1863; Clopton, Mortimer, Covington, Creasy, Creasy, Crenshaw, Dodson, Dyson, Goodman, William; Gordon, Haley, Hewitt, Hurt, Moore, Padgett, William; Poole, Quarles, Ransom, Henry, transferred from Company H., 1863; Smith, Varner, Wakeham, John E., killed near Petersburg, Va., April, 1865; Webb, Winfree, William, was on detail service during the war. In giving the roster of the Black Eagle Company, of Cumberland county, Va, I venture to say that the morale of that company could be taken as a fair representation of the Virginia troops. In its rank and file were soldiers who had been educated at the University of Virginia, the Virginia Military Institute, Pri
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 37. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Fighting that was close by us. (search)
the engagement, and on page 205 appears the list of causualties in Ransom's, Hokes', and Colquitt's Divisions. Ransom's Division, commanded Ransom's Division, commanded by Major General Robert Ransom, was composed of Barton's Brigade, under Col. D. B. Fry; Graves' Brigade, under Brigadier-General Gracie; KempeMajor General Robert Ransom, was composed of Barton's Brigade, under Col. D. B. Fry; Graves' Brigade, under Brigadier-General Gracie; Kemper's Brigade, under Col. William R. Terry, of the Twenty-fourth Virginia Infantry; Hoke's old Brigade under Lieutenant-Colonel (afterwards Briference of opinion on this point. General Beauregard says of General Ransom and his division in the battle of the 16th May: Ransom movedRansom moved at 4:45 A. M., being somewhat delayed by a dense fog which lasted several hours after dawn, and occasioned some embarassment. * * * He was sos flank. (See War Records, Vol. 36, Part 2, p. 201). Major-General Robert Ransom says in his report: The conduct of the troops through864, do not state what particular part was taken by the brigades of Ransom's Division, other than a few references of the major-general comman
t last forced out commanding officer to issue a "tariff" for the regulation of prices in future; and lienceforth he who comes liere will have to be governed by the established prices, which I think are ample indeed. Having neglected to state, in the proper places, the sirength and commandants of this regiment, I here give them, with such additional particulars as I think may prove interesting: First Regiment North Carolina Covalry, at Camp Btaur gerd, Warren county, N. C. --Colonel, Robert Ransom, commanding; Lieut Colonel, L. S. Baker; 1st Major, Jas. B. Gordon; Adjutant, J. L. Henry; Quartermaster, Robert Shaw; Commissary, M. D. L McLeod; Sergeant Major, --. Capt. W. H. Cheeli, Warren co.; Capt. Thos. Ruffin, Wa J. H. Whittaker, Northamp Capt. W. J. Homton, Bupith Capt. Thomas N. pler, Athe co., Capt. Miller, Meccklonburg en.; Capt. Rufus Barringer, Cabarrie co.; Capt. T. J. Siler, Macon-co.; Capt. John W. Woodfin, Buncombe co.; Capt. George N. Folk, Watauga co To
. Craton, 35th regiment N. C. Troops, a Court of Inquiry will assemble on Monday, 31st, March, 1862, at the camp of Brig. Gen. Ransom, to examine into the circumstances countered with the conduct of the above officers in the late battle below Newbor report upon the meriss of the same. The court will at without regard to hours. Details for the Court. Brig. Gen. Robert Ransom; Col. Clingman, 25th Reg. N. C. Troops; Lt. Col. Robert H. Cowan, 3d Reg.-N. C. Troops; Lt. J. S McKilier, 1st Rthe occasion) that, under the present emergencies of the service, no farther proceeding is now necessary in the case. R. Ransom, Brig.-General, President. Jno S. R. Miller 1st Lieut and Adjutant N. C. T., Judge Advocate. The same courthey should not surrender him, and left. The court is, therefore, of the opinion that no farther proceeding are necessary in the case. R. Ransom. Brig. General, President. John R. S. Miller. 1st Lieut. and Adj't 1st N. C. T. Judge Advocate.
The Department of Henrico. It is reported, though not yet officially announced, that Maj. Gen. Robert Ransom, of North Carolina, has been appointed to take command of the Department of Henrico, Gen. Elzy, who has for some time past filled that important position, having, at his own request, been sent to the field.
The Daily Dispatch: June 14, 1864., [Electronic resource], A change in the command of the Richmond Department. (search)
A change in the command of the Richmond Department. Major Gen. Robert Ransom was yesterday relieved from the command of the department of Richmond, and assigned to the command of all the cavalry forces in the Valley. The people of Richmond, to whom Gen. Ransom's appointment, gave unbounded satisfaction, will regret this changes though in the new field to which he has been assigned he will have a better opportunity for the display of his brilliant qualities as a commanding officer. A change in the command of the Richmond Department. Major Gen. Robert Ransom was yesterday relieved from the command of the department of Richmond, and assigned to the command of all the cavalry forces in the Valley. The people of Richmond, to whom Gen. Ransom's appointment, gave unbounded satisfaction, will regret this changes though in the new field to which he has been assigned he will have a better opportunity for the display of his brilliant qualities as a commanding officer.
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