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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Introduction. (search)
pril, Gordon and Fitz. Lee attacked Sheridan's splendid cavalry, outnumbering them more than four to one, and flushed with the full confidence of victory and the assurance that, if they needed support, the Army of the James was close at hand. Yet, despite these odds and the exhaustion of these famishing men, they went into that fight with the heroic courage which ever characterized that old corps, and proved themselves not unworthy of Stonewall Jackson, Ewell, Early, Gordon, Rodes, Ramseur, Pegram, J. A. Walker, C. A. Evans and other noble leaders, whom they had been wont to follow to victory. Utterly unable to withstand the onset, Sheridan hastened in person to hurry up the Army of the James, while Gordon drove his invincible troopers more than a mile, and captured and brought off two pieces of artillery and a large number of prisoners. Had only Sheridan barred the way the surrender had not occurred at Appomattox Courthouse; but Gordon only drove back the cavalry to find himself co
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
Regiment of Va. Infantry. S. W. Lee, Co. D, 20th Batt. Va. Artillery. Samuel Blevens, Co. A, Pegram's Batt Va. Artillery. J. E. Doss, Co. H, 2d Va. Regiment of Cav, J. N. Doss, Co. C, 20th Bion. Alex'r Bryant, Cooper's Battery, Braxton's Battalion. J. M. Carter, Crenshaw Battery, Pegram's Battalion. [22] A. L. Long, Brig.-General Commanding. H. P. Jones, Col. Commanding Arnt, wagon-master, detailed from infantry, not before reported. E. W. Cole, Letcher's company, Pegram's regiment, teamster, detailed from Artillery, not before reported. Green Evans, Penick's coment, teamster, detailed from Artillery, not before reported. Mich'l Basil, Letcher's company, Pegram's regiment, teamster, detailed from Artillery, not before reported. Jos. Walters, Dickenson's, artificer, detailed from Artillery. not before reported. James Hackett, Letcher's company, Pegram's regiment, guard, detailed from Artillery, not before reported. Wm. W. Collins, Grandy's com
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Semmes' Georgia Brigade. (search)
. K, 5th Ala. Lafayette Shepherd, Co. A, 53d N. C. James Stallings, Co. G, 43d N. C. Alfred Stewart, Co. H, 53d N. C. Alexander C. Teel, Co. C, 14th N. C. William Vines, Co. C, 30th N. C. John M. Vails, Co. E, 5th Ala. William Whitaker, Co. F, 5th N. C. Private Jacob Williams, Co. H, 2d N. C. John T. Warren, Co. E, 2d N. C. Bryant W. Yelvington, Co. C, 3d Ala. Leary Young, Co. I, 14th N. C. Hos. Stew'd Chauncey S. Pomeroy. Private Jas. S. Baker, Co. D, 4th Ga. R. B. Pegram, Co. D, 30th N. C. C. H. Wilson, Co. I, 54th N. C. [85] I certify, upon honor, that this is a correct roll of the command present. Samuel D. Haslett, Capt. and Provo. Marshal, 2d Corps, A. N. V. Early's Division. J. A. Walker, Brig.-General Commanding Early's Div'n. Wm. M. Payne, Maj. and Q. M. Early's Div. Wm. W. Thornton, Major and C. S. Early's Division. Wm. S: Grymes, Chief Surg'n Early's Div. L. F. Lucado, Capt. and A. C. S. Early's Division. V. E. Turner, Ca
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
l Thos. W. Shearin, Private E. S. Acock, W. E. Brown, J. M. Harris, Joshua North, Private C. D. Riggan, C. L. Riggan, J. A. Saintsing, C. H. Walker, R. B. Pegram, D. M. Brow. Co. C. Sergeant B. L. Butler, Corporal A. Robinson, Private E. Coleman, A. Danford, Ithamer Lamb, Private R. L. Larkins, David Oakley1 private horse. R. C. M. Wingfield, private Grandy's Battalion, Richardson Bat. Jas. A. Blair, private Stribling's Battalion Artillery. W. T. Flint, private Pegram's Battalion Artillery, 1 private horse. R. Y. Field, Co. B, 6th Va. Cavalry, courier, 1 private horse. W. C. Wingfield, Citizen Clerk, courier. H. W. Baltimore Light Artillery. E. P. Manson, corporal Co. L, 14th Tenn. Regiment. C. B. Rule, private Co. A, 19th Va. Bat. Artillery. F. Carbe, private Co. E, Pegram's Artillery Battalion. T. A. Carter, sergeant Co. E, 14th S. C. Infantry. C. F. Terry, corporal Co. I, 18th Va. Thomas Smith, private Co. A, 5th Ala. Bat.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
212 Peagler, Lt. G. H., 313. Pearson, Surg. J. F., 204. Peatross, Lt. R W., 467. Peck, Lt. J. A., 170. Peck, Maj. W. D., 70. Pedin, Capt. J. T., 276. Peebles, Capt. R E., 433. Peet, Ass't Surg. Geo. H., 179. Pegnis, Lt. J. B., 413. Pegram's Batt. Art., 6, 455. Pegram, General, IX. Pender, Lt. S. M., 274. Pendleton, Capt. D. D., 12. Pendleton, Col. E., 230. Pendleton, General W. N., 12; detailed men with, 27; cited VI. Penick, Capt., Nathan, 15,66; Battery of, 45, 66. Pegram, General, IX. Pender, Lt. S. M., 274. Pendleton, Capt. D. D., 12. Pendleton, Col. E., 230. Pendleton, General W. N., 12; detailed men with, 27; cited VI. Penick, Capt., Nathan, 15,66; Battery of, 45, 66. Penn, Jr., Ass't Surg. W. B., 394. Penney, Ass't Surg Geo A., 204. Perry, Capt. A. H., 333, 394. Perry, Capt. E. C., 213, 219. Perry, Capt. L. C., 394. Perry, Gen. W. F., 144; Staff and Brigade of, 144. Perdue, Lt., Hiram, 393 Perkins. Lt. James M., 348. Perrill, Lt. D. C., 275. Perrin, Major W. K., 431. Peterkin, Lt. George W., 413. Pettit, Capt. H. L., 146. Petty, Lt., Charles, 368. Petty, Major C. Q., 424 Peyton, Major, Green, 237, 238. Phelps, Capt. C. W., 45.