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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Semmes' Georgia Brigade. (search)
M. Walker. Co. E. 1st Sergeant J. R. Tison, 3d Sergeant J. D. Hay, 4th Corporal H. Y. Grayson, Private N. Arthur, J. D. Belcher, J. M. Cheshire, R. H. Cheshire, Private W. B. Fountain, H. H. Hall, J. T. James, J. G. Mullins, J. A. Mullins, C. C. Paul. Co. F. 1st Sergeant H. S. McLane, Private A. W. Bishop, N. Loyd, J. P. Laster, J. M. Sherlin, E. C. Stephen, B. M. Stonicker, Private E. S. Sweat, B. W. Sweat, A. J. Turpin, A. J. Turner, J. O. A. Turner, S. Turner, P. Turner. Co. G. Corporal E. Aman, Private J. M. Clarke, B. Chaney, D. W. McCormick, R. F. McDonald, W. Reynolds, Private M. M. Smith, J. Sims, L. W. Thompson, N. Barefield, J. R. Parramore. Co. H. Private J. F. Murry, J. F. Echols, Private J. M. Palmer. Co. I. Sergeant J. F. Davis, L. E. Key, Corporal J. S. Dunn, J. H. Rendall, Private A. J. Champion, J. B. Champion, F. D. Champion, J. J. Elder, Private Wm. Freeman, John H. Griffin, J. C. Head, J. H.
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 8., Medford Amicable Singing Society. (search)
vitation to Join the society by the unanimous vote of the said society, who have accepted the invitation as we the subscribers understand. Namely Benjamin Pratt, Jr. John Kimball Nathl Fessenden James W. Brooks John Phipps Mr. Fisk Galen James Thos. Floyd Levi Frost George Brown Noah Kimball Ladies. Miss Perkins Emaline Wyman Sally Baldwin Sally Gleason Esther W. Merrill Tryphena Tufts Nancy Clark Mariah Butterfield Esther Tufts Eliza Withington Almyra Turner S. Turner making in all forty nine 12Tenor 22Bass 15Trible — 49 To the selectmen of the Town of Medford Gentlemen— We the subscribers, a committee chosen from the within named M. A. S. society for the purpose of making a statement, of the intentions and situation of said society as well as a statement of the assistance they think they must have to enable them to carry their intentions into execution; beg leave to state to you gentlemen, that the society think that, in case they carr
Execution. --A man named Cotton alias King, known to have been the person who stole several horses from the environs of Memphis last winter, stole two valuable horses belonging respectively to Mr. S. Turner and K. Underwood, of the Helena Shield. This last theft was committed during the sunshine of last Friday, at Helena, Ark., and in it Cotton was aided by one Cain, now in jail for the offence. Cotton or King was tried by a committee and hung on Saturday.-- Memphis (Tenn.) Argus, July 1.