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e hopes to return to his command in a few days. Colonel Allen, of the Second Virginia, killed. Major Jones, of the same regiment, desperately wounded. Wood McDonald killed. But what touches me most nearly is the death of my young friend, Clarence Warwick, of this city. Dearly have I loved that warm-hearted, high-minded, brave boy, since his early childhood. To-night I have been indulging sad memories of his earnest manner and affectionate tones, from his boyhood up; and now what must be the shock to his father and brothers, and to those tender sisters, when to-morrow the telegraph shall tell them of their loss! His cousin, Lieutenant-Colonel Warwick, is desperately wounded. Oh, I pray that his life may be spared to his poor father and mother! He is so brave and skilful an officer that we cannot spare him, and how can they? The booming of cannon still heard distinctly, but the sound is more distant. June June 30, 1862. McClellan certainly retreating. We begin to breathe
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.8 (search)
The battle of Cold Harbor. [from the Richmond, Va., Dispatch, December 1, 1895.] Touching reference to the death of Clarence Warwick. In a former communication to the Dispatch I gave a short account of the part borne by our regiment in the Seven Days battles before Richmond, but I inadverdently failed to mention that we were at the battle of Cold Harbor. I regret this omission and wish to revert to that battle for the purpose of paying a tribute of sorrow and regard to a fallen comrade, the youngest member of our company, Clarence Warwick, a boy indeed, not twenty years old, full of enthusiasm for the cause, bold, active, and enterprising, and had he lived, would, I think, have won distinction in the service. He was the youngest of three brothers, all members of our company—brave soldiers—always ready to do their duty cheerfully, whether in camp or in battle, sons of one of the wealthiest and most respected families of this city, for one of whom especially, Major W. B.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Roll of Company B, Ninth Virginia cavalry. (search)
wers, killed in battle, Willie Powers, died in prison, O. D. Pitts, J. L. Penny, J. G. Parrish, Sample Pave, H. C. Rowe, Carleton Rowe, killed in battle, James W. Rowe, J. R. Richardson, W. A. Richardson, killed at Gettysburg, George G. Richardson, P. L. Robb, P. T. Samuel, F. W. Scott, F. K. Sutton, Archibald Sutton, Page T. Sutton, J. A. Slaughter, J. J. Sale, Benjamin Satterwhite, W. R. Taylor, Temple Taylor, R. J. Taylor, wounded, M. D. Temple, W. S. Temple, Charles Temple, L. Temple, A. B. Terrell, John M. Terrell, lost a leg, J. W. Thomas, W. W. Thomas, T. C. Thornton, George T. Todd, died in hospital, R. H. Upshur, R. S. Wright, Wesley Wright, W. B. Wright, W. S. Wright, B. B. Wright, J. C. Wright, B. M. Wright, J. F. Wright, W. W. Woolfolk, Charles Willis, wounded, C. Warwick, Columbus White, killed at Brandy Station, J. S. Wiglesworth, killed in battle, Charles Waite. Summary. Whole number of officers and men, 175; killed in battle, 18; wounded, 15; died in hospital, 9.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Joseph Jones, M. D., Ll.D. (search)
cited, 82. Stonewall Brigade, 56; Battles of the, 56. Strange, Colonel, John Bowie, 298. Stuart, General J. E. B., Tribute to, 202; at Gettysburg, 212, 216; defence of, 238, 348. Suffolk, Va., Occupation of, 66. Swift Creek, Va., Engagement at, 66. Times-Democrat, cited, 38. Times, Richmond, cited, 238, 294, 357, 359. Twiggs, General D. E., anecdote of, 206. Tyler, General R. C., 38. Virginia, her constant battle for right, her statesmen and soldiers, 12; her honorable bearing in 1861, 367; Reminiscences of the Convention of 1861, 296. Warwick, Clarence, killed, 80. Weitzel, General, Godfrey, 177. Weldon Railroad, action of, 52, 74. West Point, Ga., 38. Wise, General, Peyton, 337. West, Colonel, Douglass, 84. West, Colonel Theodore I., 86. Wilderness battle of the, 49 Winchester, battle of, 131. Winder, General W. S., killed, 141. Women, Heroism of Confederate, 328; their devotion and sacrifices, 362, 370. Woods, Robert H., 282.