Cosby, C. V.
Cross, J. H. (K.)
Dowdy, T. N.
Franklin, James, Jr.
Ford, William A.
Guggenheimer, M., Jr.
Goggin, John P.
Jennings, J. H.
Kinnear, James F.
Kent, J. R.
Lavinder, G. T.
Leckie, M. M.
Lucado, L. F.
Lydick, James H.
Mayer, Max L.
Miller, A. H.
Moorman, S. L.
Nelson, W. S.
Cabell, P. H.
Creed, J. J.
Eubank, E. N.
Franklin, P. H.
Gregory, W. S.
Guy, D. C.
Harris, H. V.
Hawkins, S. M.
Ivey, J. W.
Jennings, T. D., Jr.
Kean, R. G. H.
Kinnear, James O.
Lee, John A.
Langhorne, C. D.
Lewis, John H.
Lyman, G. R.
Moseley, C. A.
Mosby L. C.
Nowlin A. W.
Page, C. H.
Hudson, Charles H., attorney at law, boards with S. Hudson.
Hunnewell, John, clerk, h. Medford.
Huston, John, h. Bond from Derby.
Ireland, Mrs. Grace, widow, h. Milk.
Ireland, John, h. Milk.
Ireland, Miss Sally, boards at Orr N. Town's.
Jaques, Samuel, h. Ten Hills farm.
Jaques, Samuel, Jr., h. Ten Hills farm.
Jaques, George, b. accountant, h. Ten Hills.
James, William, b. horse collar maker, h. Beacon.
James, William, shipbuilder, h. Mount Vernon.
Jennings, Josiah, b. barber, h. Linwood.
Johnson, Simon, b. dyer, h. Milk.
Johnson, Philip, b. trader, Central, boards at C. Adams'.
Johnson, David, carpenter, h. Snow hill.
Jordan, Charles, b. dry goods, h. Joy.
Kelley, John, laborer, h. Medford.
Kelley, Jeremiah, b. accountant, h. Tufts.
Kennison, Albert, brickmaker, h. Broadway.
Kendall, George S., painter, h. Cambridge.
Kendrick, Elbridge G., brickmaker, h. Franklin.
Kidder, Andrew B., b. printer, h. Cambridge.
I., 29, 34.
Jeffers, W. N.,
VI., 153, 165.
I., 17; VII., 61.
II., 328; IV., 147.
Jefferson Davis,, C. S. S.
horse of U. S. Grant, IV., 291.
U. S. general hospital at, VII., 211, 215.
Jenkins, A. G.,
III., 320; X., 317.
Jenkins, C. T.,
Jenkins, D. C.,
III., 46, 48, 49; X., 155.
Jenkins Ferry, Ark.,
Jennings, Bob, I., 179.
Jericho Ford, Va.,
III., 71, 322.
Jericho Mills, Va.,
pontoon bridge at, approaches to, V., 220.
Jerome, signal officer receiving signals at Elk Mountain, Md.
, VIII., 320, 321.
Jesup, T. S.,
scouts ride to, III., 309; V., 268.
Jewett, J. H.,
IX., 330, 331.
John brown's body,
IX., 17, 154.
John Burns of Gettysburg,
Francis Bret Harte, IX., 35, 206.
ooker's movements, this task was assigned to Early.
Lee had not been able to add more than one regiment to his division, comprising a few hundred sabres, and his infantry, long inured to forced marches, had to make up for the absence of cavalry by their own activity.
They left Greenwood on the 26th of June in two columns, and reaching Gettysburg in the evening dislodged from it, after a slight skirmish, about a thousand Pennsylvania militia,
The Twenty-sixth militia regiment, under Colonel Jennings.—Ed. brought there in haste, who could not offer any serious resistance.
The division, after having bivouacked at Gettysburg and Mummasburg, reached the neighborhood of Berlin on the 27th and York on the 28th.
Gordon's brigade, following the railroad, had marched with greater speed than the others, and arrived at York at an early hour.
Early immediately directed it to proceed to Wrightsville, where the great bridge of the Susquehanna crossed that stream.
Lee had ordered Early to bur