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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
leford. Co. H. Corporal Minor Gilchrist, Private R. B. Long, Private D. E. Smith. Co. I. Private W. T. Gilliam, E. Kobb, W. M. Pickens, R. W. Roper, Private E. J. Sexton, G. W. Sexton, H. C. Tillery, H. C. Wight. Co. K. Sergeant J. H. Nolan, Corporal J. Upchurch, Private S. S. Abney, J. T. Crawford, J. H. Echols, J. M. Gibson, W. McDaniel, J. M. Prather, J. Reid, Private L. Robertson, J. W. Standard, E. Truitt, W. H. Truitt, J. T. Truitt, C. H. Williams, B. F. Wood, A. P. Hunt. [143] Twenty-third Alabama Battalion Sharpshooters. Non-Commissioned Staff. Q. M. Sergeant Jno. B. Cooper, Sergeant-Major Alex. F. Dix. Co. E. Corporal Wm. H. Bludworth, Jas. L. Jenkins, Private Jeff. D. Bludworth, W. J. Carter, Private Jno. G. Martin, Wm. H. Phillips, Cyrus W. Strother, Jno. Wilkerson. Co. F. Corporal Jno. W. Page, Private C. T. Brantley, William Brown, Private T. A. E. Hobbs, Wiley T. Joiner, Smith G. Johnson, Private Jn
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Gettysburg. (search)
Stanford, C. Allegood, M. Dudley. Company D—Lieutenant J. A. Shaw, Privates G. F. Devane, A. D. Dutton, J. R. Robertson, J. M. Hindley, J. N. Morgan. Company E—Privates W. Carson, J. W. Johnson, Isaiah Jones, B. W. Moseley, E. Hudson, D. E. Wethington, P. Bowers. Company F—Privates R. W. Hillhouse, A. Rawles, E. W. Dempsey, J. G. Ash. Company G—Captain Wm. Bailey, Privates L. Long, Geo. Dice, G. w. Cole, S. M. Johnson, James Milton, J. P. Strickland, K. Ward. Company H—Private B. F. Wood. Company I—Private M. B. Swearinger. Company K—Captain R. M. Gardner, Privates L. W. Shine, W. H. Arnell, M. W. Baggett, A. F. Berry, W. B. Barney, J. C. Folkel, J. M. Grambling, T. J. Isler, J. W. Nash, A. H. Wheeler. Company L—Privates R. Faircloth, R. W. Ashmore, J. F. Herring, J. Jenkins, S. C. Revell. The following of the 5th Florida were reported wounded and left on the field: S. M. Sutton, J. M. Merritt, A. J. White, J. D. Russell,—— Wentworth, Lieutenan
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 12., Wood's dam and the mill beyond the Mystic. (search)
led. But there were those who thought that Mr. Wood had no right to maintain his dam, and claimedore be a committee to investigate the matter of Wood's dam and report on the same. A week later thefrom Charles R. Train, attorney, in relation to Wood's dam. As this letter is not in evidence, it isr that somebody had removed the dam, and that Mr. Wood, who appears to have had good staying qualiti the upward flowing tide, and When the works of Wood are seen, there was a mighty shout to be made, tism by his efforts in the water. Ere long Mr. Wood had the dam rebuilt, though in a less substan, that Mr. Richardson make inquiry in regard to Wood's dam and report at meeting on Monday evening nhe summer passed away. It is probable that Mr. Wood continued to use the water-power, but on Febr had been rendered by the court, adversely to Mr. Wood, and it was then voted, that a committee appepresented, entered and conversed a while with Mr. Wood, who told him something of the troubles he ha[11 more...]