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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 4 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Company a, Fifteenth Virginia Infantry, Confederate States Army. (search)
John V. Willis; 17. Patrick H. Woodward; 19. Not accounted for. Charles B. Watkins; 18. Transferred to artillery. William H. Wise; 19. Detached as teamster. William Withey; 20. Not accounted for; supposed to have joined cavalry. John R. Wyatt; 22. Detached as scout. John W. Waters; 24. Zzznames Omitted by Inspector-General, but reported April 23, 1861. William D. Brown; 18. Wounded at Sharpsburg. John H. Hagan; 19. Sergeant. Captured at Sharpsburg, and exchanged. Not nce the war. Thomas Hardin, Died since the war. P. H. Hall, J. W. Herbert, John Kane, G. W. Manning, W. H. H. Mason, A. L. Morris, A. H. Mountcastle, W. H. Manning, G. W. Richardson, H. Schwalmeyer, H. T. Scherer, J. F. Seigle, T. E. Valentine, Died since the war. J. V. Willis, W. H. Wise, John R. Wyatt, John W. Waters, W. D. Brown, John E. Parrish, R. O. Burch, A. C. Ellington, J. T. Schwalmeyer, P. H. Wright, J. S. Willis, W. R. Smith, A. J. Dugar, D. H. Alley, James Burley, Alvin Jude.
The Daily Dispatch: August 28, 1861., [Electronic resource], One hundred and Fifty Dollars reward. (search)
recruited from Petersburg, Va.; is about 5 feet 10 inches high, freckled face and spare frame. He is believed to be in the neighborhood of Portsmouth, having, since his desertion, connected himself with one of the Petersburg companies stationed there. William Withy, aged 20 years, recruited from Church Hill, Richmond; is about 6 feet 9 inches high, of dark, swarthy complexion, and is also thought to be in the neighborhood of Norfolk or Portsmouth. William M. Miller, aged 22 years, recruited in Richmond; thin frame, sallow complexion, with a small sear upon the left corner of his mouth. Richard W. Spraggins, aged 21 years; of dark, sallow complexion, very much resembling an Indian. John R. Wyatt, aged 22 years; full 6 feet high, thin and spare in person, with very freckled face. Miller, Spraggins and Watt deserted on the 16th August, instant, and are supposed to be lurking about Richmond. Address, Col. T. P. August, au 26--6t* 15th Reg't Va. Vols.
Local Guards. --Company "A," Richmond Local Guards, was organized yesterday by the election of the following officers. Thos. P. Wilkinson, Captain; James Wilkinson, 1st Lieutenant; Alexander Montgomery, 2d Lieutenant; Michael J. C. Quinn, Junior 2d Lieutenant; B. T. Smith, 1st Sergeant; James Merriman, 2d Sergeant; John R. Wyatt, 3d Sergeant; John Hagan, 4th Sergeant; Henry J. Nunnally, 5th Sergeant; --Outland, 1st Corporal; Wm. Stanfield, 2nd Corporal; Wm. S. Cheatham, 3d Corporal; E. J. Henry, 4th Corporal It was ordered that the company, with all those desirous of joining, attend at the rendezvous every morning at 10 o'clock, for the present.