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Leonardtown, Md., July, 1892. First Lieutenant, William Hoxton. Wounded badly at Trevillian Station, Va. First Lieutenant, Francis H. Wigfall. Promoted to Major and Aide-de-Camp, Staff of General Joseph E. Johnston. First.Lieutenant, M. W. Henry. Killed at Sharpsburg, Md., Antietum, September 17, 1862. Second Lieutenant, J. William Cosgrove. Died near Mt. Ephraim, Montgomery county, Md., December 6, 1902, aged 69 years. Second Lieutenant, Edgar Hill. Second Lieutenant, M. A. Febry. Acted as Quartermaster and Commissary of the Battery. Died at Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers' Home, Pikesville, Md. Dr. William H. Murray, Assistant-Surgeon. Rev. George H. Zimmerman, Chaplain. Non-commissioned officers. Sergeant-Major of Battalion Stuart Horse Artillery, Elijah T. Russell. Promoted from Private in Breathed's Battery. Killed in Luray Valley, Va. Sergeant-Major, Battalion Stuart Horse Artillery, Town Dodson. Promoted from Private in Breathed's Battery.
June 18th, 1861 AD (search for this): chapter 1.37
Captain P. Preston Johnston succeeded Captain Breathed as battery commander. Captain Johnston was promoted to major, Stuart Horse Artillery Battalion, in the fall of 1864, serving until the end of the war. Now living, and the only surviving officer of the battery. Captain Daniel Shanks succeeded Captain Johnston as battery commander in the fall of 1864, serving until the end of the war. Shanks had served as corporal, Company H, and as color-corporal in the First Maryland Infantry, June 18, 1861, until June 18, 1862. He was then honorably discharged, and thereupon enlisted in Captain Pelham's Battery. Captain Shanks died in Leonardtown, Md., July, 1892. First Lieutenant, William Hoxton. Wounded badly at Trevillian Station, Va. First Lieutenant, Francis H. Wigfall. Promoted to Major and Aide-de-Camp, Staff of General Joseph E. Johnston. First.Lieutenant, M. W. Henry. Killed at Sharpsburg, Md., Antietum, September 17, 1862. Second Lieutenant, J. William Cosgrove. D
November, 1861 AD (search for this): chapter 1.37
sed by Colonel Winfield Peters, of Maryland Line, member of Historical Committee, etc., United Confederate Veterans, Baltimore, Md., February, 1903. This renowned battery grew out of the Newtown, Va., Battery; when, at Centreville, Va., in November, 1861, it was changed to a horse battery (every man mounted), under the command of Captain John Pelham, and was attached to the cavalry at the instance of Brigadier-General J. E. B. Stuart, and the battery was known as the Stuart Horse Artillery. omoted to major, Stuart Horse Artillery Battalion, in the spring of 1864, serving until the end of the war. By order of General Stuart, Private James Breathed, Company B, Twelfth Virginia Cavalry, was transferred to Pelham's Horse Battery, November, 1861. Major Breathed died at Hancock, Md., February 14, 1870. Captain P. Preston Johnston succeeded Captain Breathed as battery commander. Captain Johnston was promoted to major, Stuart Horse Artillery Battalion, in the fall of 1864, servin
June 18th, 1862 AD (search for this): chapter 1.37
hnston succeeded Captain Breathed as battery commander. Captain Johnston was promoted to major, Stuart Horse Artillery Battalion, in the fall of 1864, serving until the end of the war. Now living, and the only surviving officer of the battery. Captain Daniel Shanks succeeded Captain Johnston as battery commander in the fall of 1864, serving until the end of the war. Shanks had served as corporal, Company H, and as color-corporal in the First Maryland Infantry, June 18, 1861, until June 18, 1862. He was then honorably discharged, and thereupon enlisted in Captain Pelham's Battery. Captain Shanks died in Leonardtown, Md., July, 1892. First Lieutenant, William Hoxton. Wounded badly at Trevillian Station, Va. First Lieutenant, Francis H. Wigfall. Promoted to Major and Aide-de-Camp, Staff of General Joseph E. Johnston. First.Lieutenant, M. W. Henry. Killed at Sharpsburg, Md., Antietum, September 17, 1862. Second Lieutenant, J. William Cosgrove. Died near Mt. Ephraim,
August, 1862 AD (search for this): chapter 1.37
tion, Va. Smith (Richmond, Va.) Smith (Washington, D. C.) Killed at Tom's Brook, Va., October 9, 1864. Smith (Dutch). Stanley, Pat. Swancoat, Thomas. Taliaferro, John. Terryberry, William. Terry, George. Wounded six times. Thomas, George. Thomas, Paulus. Thomas (Lynchburg, Va.) Thornton, Frank. Tongue, Richard. Triplett, George. Lost a leg near Bull Run, Va. Trust, George. Turner, Thomas. Turner, Wilson. Killed at Second Manassas, Va., August, 1862. Vaughn (Alabama). Killed near Brandy Station, Va., October, 1863. Ward, Frank. Wagner, Harry. Wounded at Beverly Ford, Va., June 9, 1863. Weeks, Henry. Wile, Daniel L. Wilson, Charles. Yates, T. Frank. Shot on the nose at Carlisle, Pa., July 1, 1863. Young (Georgia). Wounded June 9, 1863. Zimmerman, William. Recapitulation. Commissioned officers. Captains,4 Lieutenants,6 Assistant Surgeon,1 Chaplain,1 —12 Non-commisioned officers and privat<
September 17th, 1862 AD (search for this): chapter 1.37
s color-corporal in the First Maryland Infantry, June 18, 1861, until June 18, 1862. He was then honorably discharged, and thereupon enlisted in Captain Pelham's Battery. Captain Shanks died in Leonardtown, Md., July, 1892. First Lieutenant, William Hoxton. Wounded badly at Trevillian Station, Va. First Lieutenant, Francis H. Wigfall. Promoted to Major and Aide-de-Camp, Staff of General Joseph E. Johnston. First.Lieutenant, M. W. Henry. Killed at Sharpsburg, Md., Antietum, September 17, 1862. Second Lieutenant, J. William Cosgrove. Died near Mt. Ephraim, Montgomery county, Md., December 6, 1902, aged 69 years. Second Lieutenant, Edgar Hill. Second Lieutenant, M. A. Febry. Acted as Quartermaster and Commissary of the Battery. Died at Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers' Home, Pikesville, Md. Dr. William H. Murray, Assistant-Surgeon. Rev. George H. Zimmerman, Chaplain. Non-commissioned officers. Sergeant-Major of Battalion Stuart Horse Artillery, Elijah T.
November 2nd, 1862 AD (search for this): chapter 1.37
use, Va., on Pamunkey river. Killed at Aldie, Va., June 18, 1863 Corporal, C. D. Costigan. Killed at Union, Va., November 2, 1862. Corporal, Fay. Corporal, Fayette Gibson. Corporal, Hal. H. Hopkins. Wounded at Union, Va. Corporal, Josep U. S. Regular Army. Bennett, L. Orrick. Bennett, William V. Bollman, J. M., No. 7. Wounded at Union, Va., November 2, 1862, by the explosion of a caisson. Boyd, Hamilton. Died near Orange C. H., Va. Branch, Charles. Brown, James ham. Covington, William. Mortally wounded near Winchester, Va. Culbreth, John, No. 8. Wounded at Union, Va., November 2, 1862, by the explosion of a caisson. Dillon, Anthony. Wounded. Dodson, Town. Promoted to Sergeant-Major Battalionlley of Virginia. Parker, Joseph. Killed at Aldie, Va., June 18, 1863. Phillips, John. Killed at Union, Va., November 2, 1862. Porter. Riley, Thomas. Died at Fredericksburg, Va. Robinson. Roe, David. Russell, Elijah T. Promote
and was attached to the cavalry at the instance of Brigadier-General J. E. B. Stuart, and the battery was known as the Stuart Horse Artillery. Other horse batteries, uniting with Pelham's, formed the battalion, Stuart Horse Artillery, and Pelham was promoted to major. Major John Pelham was killed in the cavalry battle at Kelly's Ford, Va., March 17, 1863. Major R. F. Beckham (formerly Captain of the Newtown Battery) succeeded Major Pelham, April 8, 1863, and was relieved in the fall of 1863. Major R. Preston Chew succeeded Major Beckham in the spring of 1864, and, on the recommendation of General Hampton, Major Chew was promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel, August 10, 1864. Captain James Breathed succeeded Captain Pelham as battery commander. Captain Breathed was promoted to major, Stuart Horse Artillery Battalion, in the spring of 1864, serving until the end of the war. By order of General Stuart, Private James Breathed, Company B, Twelfth Virginia Cavalry, was transferred to
March 17th, 1863 AD (search for this): chapter 1.37
ry; when, at Centreville, Va., in November, 1861, it was changed to a horse battery (every man mounted), under the command of Captain John Pelham, and was attached to the cavalry at the instance of Brigadier-General J. E. B. Stuart, and the battery was known as the Stuart Horse Artillery. Other horse batteries, uniting with Pelham's, formed the battalion, Stuart Horse Artillery, and Pelham was promoted to major. Major John Pelham was killed in the cavalry battle at Kelly's Ford, Va., March 17, 1863. Major R. F. Beckham (formerly Captain of the Newtown Battery) succeeded Major Pelham, April 8, 1863, and was relieved in the fall of 1863. Major R. Preston Chew succeeded Major Beckham in the spring of 1864, and, on the recommendation of General Hampton, Major Chew was promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel, August 10, 1864. Captain James Breathed succeeded Captain Pelham as battery commander. Captain Breathed was promoted to major, Stuart Horse Artillery Battalion, in the spring of 1864
April 8th, 1863 AD (search for this): chapter 1.37
under the command of Captain John Pelham, and was attached to the cavalry at the instance of Brigadier-General J. E. B. Stuart, and the battery was known as the Stuart Horse Artillery. Other horse batteries, uniting with Pelham's, formed the battalion, Stuart Horse Artillery, and Pelham was promoted to major. Major John Pelham was killed in the cavalry battle at Kelly's Ford, Va., March 17, 1863. Major R. F. Beckham (formerly Captain of the Newtown Battery) succeeded Major Pelham, April 8, 1863, and was relieved in the fall of 1863. Major R. Preston Chew succeeded Major Beckham in the spring of 1864, and, on the recommendation of General Hampton, Major Chew was promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel, August 10, 1864. Captain James Breathed succeeded Captain Pelham as battery commander. Captain Breathed was promoted to major, Stuart Horse Artillery Battalion, in the spring of 1864, serving until the end of the war. By order of General Stuart, Private James Breathed, Company B, Tw
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