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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The First North Carolina Volunteers and the battle of Bethel. (search)
aptain Norment), Duplin Rifles (Captain Kenan), Charlotte Greys (Captain Ross), Thomasville Rifles (Captain Miller), Granville Greys (Captain B—Hornets' Nest Rifles—Captain Williams. C—Charlotte Grays—Captain Ross. D—Orange Light Infantry—Captain Ashe. E—Buncombe Riflemenges of water and the mode of camp life. The Boy company under Captain Ross, is praised by all. I understand there is not a soldier in it tws being sick and absent) behaved with great bravery; as did also Captain Ross' company, the Charlotte Greys; these two companies being nearestrdered him to re-occupy the nearest advanced work, and I ordered Captain Ross, Company C, First Regiment North Carolina Volunteers, to the supost gallant manner. As Lieutenant-Colonel Stuart had withdrawn, Captain Ross was detained at the church, near Randolph's battery. Captain Brain Bridgers, Compang A; Lieutenant Owens, commanding Company B; Captain Ross, Company C; Captain Ashe, Company D; Captain McDowell, Co