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fferent times by Capts. S. D. Stewart, A. N. Porter, C. M. Hooper and Wade Ritter. Major Van de Graaf was wounded before Richmond, and at Fredericksburg. Capt. S. D. Stewart was wounded before Richmond and killed at Chancellorsville; Capt. A. N. Porter was wounded at Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville; Capt. Wade Ritter was wounded, and Capt. T. B. Bush was killed, at Second Manassas; Captain Burton was killed at Cold Harbor. Extracts from official war Records. Vol. V—(529, 530) March 21, 1862, Mentioned by Gen. W. H. C. Whiting. (1030) January 14th, Wigfall's brigade, Gen. G. T. Beauregard's forces, near Dumfries. Vol. XI, Part 2—(276, 296, 309) Mentioned in reports of Seven Days battles, by Union officers. (487) June to July, 1862, in Archer's brigade, Jackson's corps, engagements around Richmond. (504) June 26th to July 1st, 19 killed, 79 wounded, in fights before Richmond. (897, 898) Gen. J. J. Archer, in his report of Mechanicsville and Gaines' Mill, says: The gall
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 14. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Annual reunion of Pegram Battalion Association in the Hall of House of Delegates, Richmond, Va., May 21st, 1886. (search)
d until the surrender. Second Captain, Thomas Ellett First Sergeant Thomas Ellett transferred from F Company, Twenty-First Regiment Virginia Infantry, as First Sergeant of the Battery on its organization; elected Junior Second Lieutenant March 21st, 1862; promoted Captain November, 1863; commission dated April 15th, 1863; commanded Battery at the time of surrender. Letcher—First Captain, Greenlee Davidson; Captain Greenlee Davidson organized Battery February 17th, 1862; commanded it uMajor of Artillery January, 1865, and attached to Poague's Battalion, with which he surrendered. Lieutenant-Commanding, James E. Tyler. Second Sergeant James E. Tyler, transferred from F Company, Twenty-First Regiment Virginia Volunteers, March 21, 1862; promoted to First Sergeant; promoted to Second Lieutenant; was in command of Battery at the time of surrender. Fredericksburg-First Captain, Carter M. Braxton; Captain Carter M. Braxton-Battery organized April, 1861; made Captain May
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 21. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The muster roll [from the Staunton, Va., Vindicator, March 3, 1893.] (search)
ountain, August 9, 1862. Clayton, John, March 21, 1862, died summer of 1862. Clayton, Thomas A., March 21, 1862, died since the war. Clayton, William, March 21, 1862, died since the war. Cing at Moffett's Creek. Furr, James H., March 21, 1862, living at Staunton. Huppman, Lewis V.,62, living at Parnassus. Hite, John N., March 21, 1862, living at Moffett's Creek. Hite, Samueing at Middlebrook. McCutchan, William, March 21, 1862, died in hospital, 1862. McClung, Willi2, living at Parnassus. Pence, Emanuel, March 21, 1862, living in Rockingham county, Virginia. 62, died since the war. Rosen, John M., March 21, 1862, died since the war. Rosen, John, March862, living at Staunton. Runkle, Jacob, March 21, 1862, living at Moffett's Creek. Rippetoe, C, died since the war. Waskey, Rufus L., March 21, 1862, living at Sandyville, W. Va. Weaver, Jied in spring, 1862. Wiseman, Henry L., March 21, 1862, died since the war, June, 1875. Wisema[40 more...]
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Company a, Fifteenth Virginia Infantry, Confederate States Army. (search)
s prisoner. J. H. Trueheart; 18. Assigned from Camp Lee, June 4, 1864; not accounted for. Reuben O. Burch; 17. Enlisted March 31, 1862. J. W. Birchett; 18. Enlisted March 14, 1862. Not accounted for. A. C. Ellington; 17. Enlisted March 21, 1862. Appointed corporal. John T. Schwalmeyer; 17. Enlisted March 14, 1862. Wounded at Sharpsburg. Eugene H. Willis; 20. Enlisted April 16, 1862. Transferred to Sixth Virginia Cavalry, September 7, 1863. Patrick H. Wright; 16. Enlisted March 21, 1862. Captured at Five Forks; died at Point Lookout. Thomas B. Jackson; 17. Enlisted March 14, 1862. Killed at Drewry's Bluff. Edward B. Willis; 21. Enlisted March 14, 1862. Discharged May 3, 1863. Benjamin F. Richardson; 20. Enlisted March 14, 1862. Died in Petersburg April 29, 1863. James S. Willis; 22. Enlisted April 6, 1862. Sergeant. Alonzo M. Simons; 20. Enlisted 1862. Discharged. James L. Bradley. Enlisted 1862. Transferred to city battery. James A.
Confederate Congress.First session. Senate. Friday, March 21, 1862. The Senate met at 12 o'clock, M. Prayer by Rev. Dr. J. Mansing Burrow of the First Baptist Church. Compensation of members. Mr. Burnett, of Ky., from the Committee of Conference, on the disagreement between the two Houses in regard to the compensation of the members thereof, presented a report recommending that the House recede from its amendment the bill, (striking out $3,000 per annum, and inserting $2,530,) and that the blank be filled with $2,760. The report was concurred in. The committee on the part of the Senate were Messrs. Burnett, of Ky., Wigfall, of Texas, and Barnwell, of S. C. Bills referred. Several bills communicated from the House of Representatives, were referred to the appropriate committees. Mr. Orr, of S. C. presented three designs for a flag from "T. H. H.," of S. C. Referred to the Committee on Flag and seal. Petition presented. Mr. Clay presented the
House of Representatives. Friday, March 21, 1862. The House met at its usual hour, and was opened with prayer by Rev. Mr. Doggety.--Journal of yesterday read. The States were called alphabetically for memorials, resolutions, &c. Mr. Hanley, of Ark, introduced a bill to be entitled an act to define and punish forgery and counterfeiting in certain cases. Referred to the Judiciary Committee. Mr. Reyston, of Ark., presented a memorial with reference to the increase of the pay of volunteers; which was referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Mr. Wright, of Ga., called up the following resolution; which was offered by him several days ago: Resolved, That there shall be added to the rules of the House an additional rule, as follows: "No member having made a speech shall, at the conclusion thereof, call the question or previous question, nor shall any member offering a resolution, or motion, or amendment, call the question thereon when as offering it
General Assembly of Virginia. Senate. Friday, March 21, 1862. The Senate was called to order at 11 o'clock A. M., the President in the chair. A joint resolution of the House of Delegates exempting the Printer of the Court of Appeals, at Lewisburg, from military duty, was taken up, and advocated by Mr. Alderson, and the question being upon the adoption of the same, it was rejected. Bills reported. House bill, without amendment, to amend the 2d section of an act incorporating the Thorn Cemetery, at Staunton. House bill, without amendment appropriating money for the construction of a road from Marlin's Botton, in Pocahontas county, to the Salt Works, in Braxton county. House bill, without amendment, releasing a lion to the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Company. Senate bill authorizing the Paymaster General to pay militia officers for certain services rendered. Special reports. Mr. Brange, from a joint committee of both Houses appointed to visit t
House of Delegates. Friday, March 21, 1862. Bills passed. A communication was sent from the Senate announcing the passage of House bills entitled an act to authorize the County Court of Powhatan county to correct the assessment of the lands of A. S. Woodridge's estate; also, a kill to authorize the trustees of Oak Grove Church, in the county of Pocahontas, to sell and convey property; also, an act to pay to George Cooper a certain sum of money for services as clerk of the 115th Regiment Virginia militia. Bills rejected. The Senate announced the rejection of House bill for the relief of John Avis, late Jailor of Jefferson county. Mr. Custis, from the Joint Committee appointed to visit the Eastern Lunatic Asylum, presented a report, which was laid on the table. Mr. Harboun, of the Finance Committee, submitted a bill "authorizing the issue of Treasury notes by the Commonwealth;" also, an adverse report to the Senate bill, entitled "an act for the relief of
General Assembly of Virginia. Senate. Saturday March 22, 1862. The Senate was called to order at 11 o'clock A. M., the President in the chair. The President laid before the Senate a communication from the Executive, dated March 21st, 1862, enclosing a report from the Adjutant-General, supplementary to a previous report from the same officer, receive on Monday last, showing what had been done to carry out the act of the Legislature of February 8th, 1862. (The Draft Bill.) On motion of Mr. Wilby, the communication and accompanying document were referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Resolution. By Mr. Robertson: That the Committee for Courts of Justice, inquire and report to the Senate, as soon as practicable, whether any legislation be rendered necessary or proper before the adjournment of the General Assembly in the event of the adoption of the new Constitution. Special report Mr. Conrad, from a special committee, reported a bill for the re
A Lesson for the Faint-Hearted. Wylliesburg, Va., March 21st, 1862. To the Editors of the Dispatch: We are, to some extent, wrapped in the mantle of gloom and uncertainty. The serious reverses of fortune which we have recently sustained, has been the Pandora to the hopes of many of our people, and become a breaker of gigantic proportions in the great high way of their once firm and enthusiastic confidence in the ultimate triumphant and glorious success of our efforts. There are those among us, "living and having their existence in our midst," whose timid, despondent and irresolutenesses have led them to believe our cause a hopeless one; who can already paint in vivid and striking colors the mode of our complete subjugation, the deprivation of our freedom, the plunder of our property, and our doom to unconditional servitude and bondage.--They read already with fear and trembling the unsparing mandate of Lincoln, in his imperial authority measuring out death to the leade
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