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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.9 (search)
f the war. It connects our regiment and brigade with a most important move in the Battle of the Wilderness, and shows how, when this move seemed about to prove a great success, it was arrested by an unfortunate accident. I did not witness the incident of the flag. Ben. May's refusal to let the colors go from his hands was highly characteristic of the man. A splendid fellow he was, as brave as a lion and as gentle as a woman, resembling in this particular his distinguished uncle, Captain Robert B. Pegram, of naval fame. The general appearance of the woods, with its scrubby oaks and other trees, in which we encountered the enemy, the marshy flat and gentle slope on either side at the point we first struck them, the enemy at the top of the slope on the north side, an occasional blue coat and a Federal flag indistinctly visible for an instant through the foliage of the thick undergrowth, say, less than a hundred and fifty yards ahead of us, our men in line of battle just at the foot
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
h Carolina, troops furnished the C. S. Army by, with casualties of, 64 university of, 214. Oepidus, The plea of the daughter of, 375. Olmstead, Col. C. H., 169. Owen, Col., W. Miller, 33. Page, Hon. R. M., 46. Palmer, Col., Win. H., 184, 202, 356. Palmer, George S., 211. Parish councils proposed, 343. Parker, C. S. Navy, Capt. W. H., 10. Patterson, Captain John R., 76, 93. Patton, Col. L. W. T., 308. Pegram Battalion Association, 184; gallant deeds of, 185,362. Pegram, Capt. R. B., 75. Penn, Gen. D. B., 309. Perry, Col. H. H., 56. Perry, Capt. Leslie J., 108. Petersburg, Defence of, 382. Pillow, Capture of Fort, 330. Porter, U. S. Navy, Constructor J. L., 2. Private Infantryman, The, the typical hero of the South, 311. Private soldier, Valor of the, 374. Pryor, Gen. Roger A., 61. Pucci, W. F., Death of, 76. Putnam, Col. H. S., 179. Ramsey, Major mortally wounded, 182. Randolph, The freed slaves of John, persecuted in Ohio, 276.