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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Harper's Ferry and first Manassas. (search)
Barton's a few days, and on Wednesday, July 17th, enlisted in Pendleton's Rev. William N. Pendleton, D. D., a West-Pointer, Rector of the Episcopal church in Lexington, Va.; soon appointed Colonel and Chief of Artillery of General Johnston's army, and later Brigadier-General and Chief of Artillery of General Lee's Army of Northern Virginia. battery, in which I then had several friends, amongst others, Dave Barton, David R. Barton, Jr., of Winchester, Va., later appointed Lieutenant in Cutshaw's Battery, and killed, as above stated, at Fredericksburg, December 13th, 1862. Holmes Boyd, Holmes Boyd, of Winchester, Va., later, September, 1863, appointed Lieutenant and Ordnance Officer of Brigadier-General J. M. Jones's Brigade; now (1900) attorney-at-law in Winchester, Va. Bob McKim, Robert B. McKim, of Baltimore, Md., killed in the battle of Winchester, May 25th, 1862. LIV. Massie, J. Livingston Massie, of Augusta county, Va., later Captain of Massie's Battery, and killed
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.18 (search)
in fragments. Two brothers of these second and third captains were also desperately wounded—Lieutenant Ben Carpenter, shot through the lungs, but who is now living in Covington, Va., and Private Tobe Carpenter, who was killed at Wade's Depot, in the Valley of Virginia. From beginning to end our loss was forty-three killed outright, and a proportionate number in wounded, which means hundreds, since it must be remembered that recruiting was continually going on in our ranks. At one time Cutshaw's Battery, which, like our own, had been greatly reduced by the casualties of war, through a faithful and fearless discharge of its duty, was consolidated with Carpenter's Battery, and the union made a fine and splendid company. Our commissioned officers from first to last were Captains Thompson McAllister, Joseph Carpenter and John Carpenter; Lieutenants George McKendree, H. H. Dunot, W. T. Lambie, Ben Carpenter, Charles O. Jordan, and —— Barton. Our sergeants and gunners were largely<