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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 14. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Extracts from the diary of Lieutenant-Colonel John G. Pressley, of the Twenty-Fifth South Carolina Volunteers. (search)
ieut., B. P. Brockinton. Marion Light infantry (co. D). Captain, W. J. McKerrall. First Lieutenant, Jas. G. Haselden. Second Lieutenant, D. J. McKay. Second Lieutenant, Pickett P. Bethea. Beauregard Light infantry (co. E). Captain, N. B. Mazyck. First Lieutenant, A. J. Mims. Second Lieutenant, V. Duc. Second Lieutenant, F. E. Durbec. St. Matthews Rifles (co. F). Captain, Martin A. Sellers. First Lieutenant, L. A. Harper. Second Lieutenant, J. G. Evans. Second Lieutenant, F. E. Shuler. Edisto Rifles (co. G). Captain, James F. Izlar. First Lieutenant, Samuel N. Kennerly. Second Lieutenant, Samuel Dibble. Second Lieutenant, George H. Elliott. Yeadon Light infantry (co. H). Captain, S. LeRoy Hammond. First Lieut., Whitemarsh B. Seabrook. Second Lieutenant, F. G. Hammond. Second Lieutenant, F. C Jacobs. Clarendon Guards (co. I). Captain, Y. N. Butler. First Lieutenant, Joseph C. Burgess. Second Lieutenant, John J. Logan. Second Lieute
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Wee Nee volunteers of Williamsburg District, South Carolina, in the First (Hagood's) regiment. (search)
ted minister of the Christian church (a Mr. Wellon), in a spring wagon, looking for wounded men came up, and, with the assistance of Sergeant Izler, took me to the South Carolina hospital in Petersburg. As we were leaving the field we met Lieutenant Shuler, of Company F, in charge of some men who had gotten off the cars when we were on the way to Wilmington and remained temporarily behind to bid their friends adieu. The last order which I ever gave to any part of the regiment was that these Sergeant John McLeish, severely in ankle; privates M. Broderick, slightly in leg; H. Hodson, slightly in foot; John Martin, slightly in hand; L. Vocelle, severely in hand and hip. Company F. Killed: Private L. Shurlmite. Wounded: Second Lieutenant F. E. Shuler, mortally (died on the 19th); private O. S. Davis, mortally (died on the 17th); B. A. McIver, mortally in hip; J. E. Heaner, J. W. Wannamaker, severely in nose; E. Speigner, slightly in hand; R. Smith, slightly; C. Felder, slightly in
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
tle of, 20, 24, 257; notes on, 373. Shedd, Capt., John, 15. Shelby, Gen., Isaac. 12. Shepherdstown, Battle of, 20. Sheridan, Gen., Phil. H., 231, 451; his famous ride 444; raid, 452. Sherman Gen. W. T., his march, 4, 30; retaliatory order, 31. 32; army 18, 125 Shewmake, J. T., 187. Shiloh. Battle of, refutation of so-called Lost Opportunity on the evening of April 6, 1862, by Gen T: Jordan 297; losses at, 341. Shiloh Chapel, or Pittsburg Landing, 97. Shirer, W. D., 226. Shuler. Lt F. M., killed, 193. Shulz. F. C., 395. Signal Corps of the C. S. A., 93; officers of, 9; secret cipher of, 101, 163, 171. Simkins' Battery, 159. Simkins. Col., 159 Simmons. Col. 265. Simons, Capt T. Y., 145. Simonton, Col. C. H., 129, 133, 134, 142, 150, 178, 398. Sims, Col., 391. Sims, Dr. J Marion. 13, 428. Singletary, 129. Skinner, Hon. James H., 296. Slaughter, Gen., 97. Slave Law, Fugitive, disregarded, 320, 322. Slave population of the South, Value of,