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The Daily Dispatch: may 2, 1862., [Electronic resource] 12 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 7 1 Browse Search
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Benson J. Lossing, Pictorial Field Book of the Civil War. Volume 2., Chapter 10: General Mitchel's invasion of Alabama.--the battles of Shiloh. (search)
st, commanded by Colonel Ammon, consisted of the Sixth and Twenty-fourth Ohio, and Thirty-sixth Indiana; the second, Colonel Bruce, consisted of the First, Second, and Twentieth Kentucky; the third, Colonel Hazen, was composed of the Forty-first Ohio, Sixth Kentucky, and Ninth Indiana. General Crittenden's division consisted of three brigades: the first, commanded by General Boyle, was composed of the Nineteenth and Fifty-ninth Ohio, and Ninth and Thirteenth Kentucky; the second, Colonel William L. Smith, consisted of the Thirteenth Ohio, and Eleventh and Twenty-sixth Kentucky, with Menden-hall's regular and Bartlett's Ohio batteries. General McCook's division was composed of three brigades: the first, General Rousseau, consisted of the First Ohio, Sixth Indiana, Third Kentucky (Louisville Legion), and battalions of the Fifteenth, Sixteenth, and Nineteenth regulars; the second brigade, General Johnson, consisted of the Thirty-second and Thirty-ninth Indiana, and Forty-ninth Ohio;
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
0th Va. Vols. J. M. Hudgin, Capt. Co. F, 30th Va. Infantry. G. Allensworth, Capt. Co. G, 30th Va. Infantry. W. B. Kidd, Capt. Co. H, 30th Va. Vols. J. W. Scott, Capt. Co. E, 30th Va. Infantry. C. H. Clarke, Maj. Commanding 15th Va. Regiment. H. C. Ghent, Surg. 15th Va. Regiment Infantry. Wm. Movorkept, Surgeon, 15th Va. Regiment Infantry. A. M. Lyon, Capt. Co. B, 15th Va. Infantry. J. M. Gunn, Capt. Co. G, 15th Va. Infantry. G. A. Charters, Capt. Co. H, 15th Va. Infantry. Wm. L. Smith, 1st Lt. Co. A, 15th Va. Infantry. B. B. Bumpass, 2d Lt. Co. E, 15th Va. Infantry. P. H. Hall, 2d Lt. Co. A. 15th Va. Infantry. A. L. Lumsden, 2d Lt. Co. B, 15th Va. Regiment. S. W. Armistead, Capt. Commanding 32d Va. Infantry. Wm. H. Shield, Surgeon 32d Regiment Va. Infantry. J. H. Barlow, Jr., 1st Lt. Commanding Co. C, 32d Va. Infantry. Robt. P. Taylor, 2d Lt. Co. C, 32d Va. Regiment. H. T. Jones, Jr. 2d Lt. Co. C, 32d Va. Infantry. J. W. Leftwich, Surg 17th Va. R
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Semmes' Georgia Brigade. (search)
James McDaniel, Co. D, 53d N. C. James M. Marsh, Co. B, 12th Ga. John M. Martin, Co. C, 24th Ga. James McAlpin, Co. F, 20th N. C. Simon Moore, Co. B, 2d N. C. May M. Massey, Co. D, 30th N. C. John H. Neal, Co. E, 12th N. C. John A. Pitman, Co. H, 12th N. C. Richard G. Proctor, Co. K, 23d N. C. John C. Phillips, Co. G, 21st Ga. John L. Passman, Co. C, 6th Ala. Benjamin D. Porter, Co. I, 6th Ala. Wiley B. Rowland, Co. B, 4th Ga. Theodrick Redford, Co. K, 13th N. C. William L. Smith, Co. H, 23d N. C. Marcus Setzer, Co. A, 12th N. C. John D. H. Saunders, Co. D, 12th Ga. Charles B. Sims, Co. D, 44th Ga. John W. Steele, Co. K, 5th Ala. Lafayette Shepherd, Co. A, 53d N. C. James Stallings, Co. G, 43d N. C. Alfred Stewart, Co. H, 53d N. C. Alexander C. Teel, Co. C, 14th N. C. William Vines, Co. C, 30th N. C. John M. Vails, Co. E, 5th Ala. William Whitaker, Co. F, 5th N. C. Private Jacob Williams, Co. H, 2d N. C. John T. Warren, Co. E, 2d N. C.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
, Lt. J. A., 413. Smith, Lt. J. B., 450. Smith, Lt. J. C., 212. Smith, Capt., J. Donnell, 13; Battery, 49, 51. Smith, Lt., J. Porter, 304. Smith, Lt M. T., 124. Smith, Lt., Owen, 359. Smith, Lt. R. B., 231. Smith, Lt. R. S., 123. Smith, Chaplain S. H., 213. Smith, Ass't Surg. S. H., 171. Smith, Lt. T. H., 449. Smith, Capt. T. H., 413. Smith, Lt., Thos. W., 348. Smith, C. S. Navy, Wm., 450. Smith, Capt. W. B., 71, 124. Smith, Lt. W. H., 16. Smith, Lt. W. J., 393. Smith, Lt. W. L., 73. Snead, Courier C., 18. Snead, Col., Claiborne, 333. Snead, Capt. F. T., 246. Snead, Capt. J. L.. 72. Snellings, Lt W. N., 296. Snipes, Lt. M. L. 197. Snodgrass, Maj. C. ., 3. Snowden, Maj. C. A., 457. Snowden, Ass't Surg. D. W., 286. Sommers, Capt. S. M., 2. Sorrel, Capt. A. C., 121. Sorrel's Brigade, 333. Sosnowski, Ord. Sgt. J. C., 473. Southall, Surg. J. H, 440. Southall, Lt. S. V., 13, 21-26. S. C. Cav., Hampton's Legion, 476. S. C. Cav., 5th regt.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Capture and Reoccupation of the Howlett House in 1864. (search)
ng been executed, my skirmishers were halted in the trenches of the Howlett line, and I was awaiting further instructions when Colonel Morrison rode up to me from the direction of the left of my line, and I becoming aware of his presence with his regiment, my command of it ceased, but not till then. (Ah! Jimmie, here I think your recollection is at fault. I could scarcely get through that swamp on foot. Would never have done so on horseback, and I came from the right.) First Lieutenant William L. Smith, of the Fifteenth Virginia Infantry, says: Haw's mistake was quite a natural one; he being at one point of the line, could not possibly tell what took place at all times at other points. The facts in the case are these: While we were in skirmish line under the brow of the hill and protected by a slight thicket of trees, you came up and passed in rear of Company A, going to the right. A few moments later we advanced to the attack. I do not know whether you saw Captain Waid as
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Confederate dead in Stonewall Cemetery, Winchester, Va. Memorial services, June 6, 1894. (search)
nd second rows, Mrs. John Lewis, Misses Olie Striker, Brookie Ford, Mamie Fuller, Kate Lewis; third row, Misses Lucy and Minnie Jones; fourth row, Misses Gettie and Laura McGuire; fifth row, Mrs. John McCoy and daughters; sixth row, Misses Nannie Krebs, Mary and Louisa Clark and Carrie Brent; seventh and eighth rows, Misses Nannie and Lilly Boyd, Mrs. Worthington, Miss L. D. Williams; ninth row, Misses Mary Tidball and Annie Conrad. Georgia, Mrs. Peter Kurtz, Mrs. V. W. Striker, Misses Vie Smith, Katie Trier, Mary and Lizzie Striker; Unknown Monument, Miss Belle Hollis and sisters, the Misses Simms; Texas, Mrs. Wm. Byrd and daughters; Arkansas, the Misses Mesmer and Mrs. Thomas Mesmer; Kentucky, Miss Mary and Miss Julia Kurtz, and little Mary Faulkner; Maryland, Misses Nellie, Kate and Mary Cover; Louisiana, Mrs. Geo. Grim and daughters, Mrs. Geo. Taylor and daughters, Misses Evie Haymaker, Lula Haymaker, Emma Wigginton and May Legg. The arch in Louisiana lot was beautiful and extr
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Company a, Fifteenth Virginia Infantry, Confederate States Army. (search)
14, 1864; prisoner April 1, 1865. James Fox, first corporal; 22. Wounded at Sharpsburg; second sergeant. James H. Burch, second corporal; 38. Discharged in 1862. William Booker Robinson, third corporal; 22. Discharged in 1862. William L. Smith, fourth corporal; 21. Elected second lieutenant in 1862; promoted first lieutenant, May 16, 1864. Zzzprivates. Charles W. Alvis; 22. Shot accidentally, May, 1861; never reported afterwards. Henry C. Atkins; 18. Discharged. A. M. Ate, but never reported. ——Armstrong. Not accounted for. ——Nance. Died a few days after assignment. Zzzserved to the close. Those accounted for as having served to the close of the war are as follows: G. W. Morris, James Fox, William L. Smith, A. M. Atkinson, Died since the war. William R. Atkinson, William J. Baker, William A. Brown, James R. Bush, John W. Bush, C. C. Brooke, W. A. Blankinship, A. P. Chalk, Died since the war. S. J. Childrey, G. T. Catlett, Died since
at their conduct as officers. The election for field and company officers resulted as follows: Field Officers.--Thomas P August, Colonel; Thomas G. Peyton, Lieut-Colonel; John Stuart Walker, Major. The staff officers remain as heretofore. G. R. O. Todd, Surgeon; O. W. P. Brock, Ass't surgeon; J. H. F. Mayo, Commissary; Lieut Parsley, Acting Quartermaster. Confederate Guard, Company A.--Edward J Willis, Captain; M. W. Hazelwood, 1st Lt; John R. Bradley, 2d Lieut; Wm. L. Smith, 2d Lieut. Virginia Life Guard, Company B.--John S. Walker, Captain; Norman S. Walker, 1st Lt.; A. M. Lyon, 2 Lieut; J Mel Willis, Junior 2d. Patrick Henry Rifles, Company C.--B. M. Morrison, Captain; Geo. B. Swiff, 1st Lieut; B. B. Bumpass, 2d Lieut; Thomas G. Bumpass, Junior 2d. Henrico Grays, Company D.--Abuer Va. England, Captain; Douglas B. Benson, 1st Lieut; J. T. Vannerson, 2d Lieut; E. M. Dunndvant, Junior 2d. Ashland Grays, Company E.--St. George Tucker, Capta
cinity of the headquarters of General McDowell, who occupied the residence of Mr. Lacy, Aid to Gen. Smith, of the of the rebel army. The flotilla succeeded in clearing the Rappahannock of obstructe North, with which our intercourse is free and unrestrained: 1861 June 7, schr. Parker, Smith, Fernandina, naval stores. June 18, schr. W. H. Northrop, Silliman, Wilmington, lumber. Oct. 15, schr. J. W. Anderson, Black, Savannah, naval stores. Oct. 15, schr. Adeline, Smith, Savannah, naval stores. Nov. 4, schr. Lucy R. Waring, Smith, Savannah, naval stores. Smith, Savannah, naval stores. Nov. 6, schr. John R. Wilder, Gardener, Savannah, rice. Nov. 7, schr. H. F. Willing, Gill, Savannah, rice. Nov. 7, schr. Gen. Ripley, Phillipe, Charleston, rice. Nov. 8, sloop Mary, Bn, cotton. Feb. 12, steamship Nelly, Moore, Charleston, cotton. Feb. 13, schooner Sue, Smith, Charleston, naval stores. Feb. 16, steamship Kate, Lockwood, Charleston, cotton. Feb.