hide Sorting

You can sort these results in two ways:

By entity
Chronological order for dates, alphabetical order for places and people.
By position (current method)
As the entities appear in the document.

You are currently sorting in ascending order. Sort in descending order.

hide Most Frequent Entities

The entities that appear most frequently in this document are shown below.

Entity Max. Freq Min. Freq
Winder 376 0 Browse Search
Mary Harris 21 1 Browse Search
Jackson 20 0 Browse Search
Hall 18 0 Browse Search
Brown 16 0 Browse Search
Corpl 16 0 Browse Search
White 13 11 Browse Search
Hicks 12 0 Browse Search
Grant 12 0 Browse Search
Reynolds 8 0 Browse Search
View all entities in this document...

Browsing named entities in a specific section of The Daily Dispatch: July 4, 1864., [Electronic resource]. Search the whole document.

Found 26 total hits in 19 results.

1 2
Crump (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): article 5
liss bore a conspicuous part in this engagement, particularly the 9th and 10th Va cavalry, and received for their gallant services the thanks and congratulations of the general commanding for their conduct. The following is a correct list of the casualties, kindly furnished me by our Adjutant in the 10th Virginia cavalry. J S H. Headqr's 10th Va cavalry,June 28th, 1864. Report of the casualties in the late engagement (June 24th) at Samaria Church: Company A.--Killed: Trooper J L Davis, Jr Wounded: Troopers J Ketes, D N Morris, G N Crump. Company B.--Killed: Trooper J L Wagner. Wounded: Troopers J H Henbee, P Koonts, J Clodfelter. Company F.--Wounded: Capt J H Dettor, Trooper J R Herndon. Company H.--Wounded: 1st Lt S K Newham, Corp J R Foltz. Killed: Trooper P Calhoun. Company H.--Wounded: Trooper H Blackmare, Company I.--Killed: Trooper J N Gary. Recapitulation: Killed4 Wounded11 M J Dimmock, Adj't 10th Virginia cavalry.
Charles City (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 5
eat became a perfect rout. We felt sorry when we saw wounded horses lying on the field — for the horse is a noble animal — but the cries of Sheridan's thieves and house burners was music to our ears, and we saw with satisfaction that many of these plunderers had met their just dues for their many outrages. More than two hundred prisoners and a portion of their wagon train, I am informed, were captured, and they were closely pursued till 9 o'clock that night, and will in two miles of Charles City C H. The brigade of Gen J R Chambliss bore a conspicuous part in this engagement, particularly the 9th and 10th Va cavalry, and received for their gallant services the thanks and congratulations of the general commanding for their conduct. The following is a correct list of the casualties, kindly furnished me by our Adjutant in the 10th Virginia cavalry. J S H. Headqr's 10th Va cavalry,June 28th, 1864. Report of the casualties in the late engagement (June 24th) at Sam
Westover (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 5
The fight at Samaria Church. [Correspondence of the Dispatch.] June 25, 1864. Our cavalry, under command of our skillful and gallant General Wade Hampton, were engaged yesterday with Sheridan's marauders and house burners, on the Westover and Nance's Shop road, at or near Samaria Church. The enemy advanced in large force and attacked us, seemingly sanguine of riding "right through." The animated cracking of the carbines of our sharpshooters and that of the enemy made it apparent to all that it was no small skirmish we were about to engage in. The enemy had a large force dismounted, and made three lines of breastworks of rails and logs, which were quickly thrown up by them. Their lines were charged by our cavalry, and they were driven from one line of their fortifications back on another, and pursued so closely that they saw the only means of escape was by immediate flight.--The fields and road were strewn with their dead and wounded, and their retreat became a perfect r
liss bore a conspicuous part in this engagement, particularly the 9th and 10th Va cavalry, and received for their gallant services the thanks and congratulations of the general commanding for their conduct. The following is a correct list of the casualties, kindly furnished me by our Adjutant in the 10th Virginia cavalry. J S H. Headqr's 10th Va cavalry,June 28th, 1864. Report of the casualties in the late engagement (June 24th) at Samaria Church: Company A.--Killed: Trooper J L Davis, Jr Wounded: Troopers J Ketes, D N Morris, G N Crump. Company B.--Killed: Trooper J L Wagner. Wounded: Troopers J H Henbee, P Koonts, J Clodfelter. Company F.--Wounded: Capt J H Dettor, Trooper J R Herndon. Company H.--Wounded: 1st Lt S K Newham, Corp J R Foltz. Killed: Trooper P Calhoun. Company H.--Wounded: Trooper H Blackmare, Company I.--Killed: Trooper J N Gary. Recapitulation: Killed4 Wounded11 M J Dimmock, Adj't 10th Virginia cavalry.
liss bore a conspicuous part in this engagement, particularly the 9th and 10th Va cavalry, and received for their gallant services the thanks and congratulations of the general commanding for their conduct. The following is a correct list of the casualties, kindly furnished me by our Adjutant in the 10th Virginia cavalry. J S H. Headqr's 10th Va cavalry,June 28th, 1864. Report of the casualties in the late engagement (June 24th) at Samaria Church: Company A.--Killed: Trooper J L Davis, Jr Wounded: Troopers J Ketes, D N Morris, G N Crump. Company B.--Killed: Trooper J L Wagner. Wounded: Troopers J H Henbee, P Koonts, J Clodfelter. Company F.--Wounded: Capt J H Dettor, Trooper J R Herndon. Company H.--Wounded: 1st Lt S K Newham, Corp J R Foltz. Killed: Trooper P Calhoun. Company H.--Wounded: Trooper H Blackmare, Company I.--Killed: Trooper J N Gary. Recapitulation: Killed4 Wounded11 M J Dimmock, Adj't 10th Virginia cavalry.
bliss bore a conspicuous part in this engagement, particularly the 9th and 10th Va cavalry, and received for their gallant services the thanks and congratulations of the general commanding for their conduct. The following is a correct list of the casualties, kindly furnished me by our Adjutant in the 10th Virginia cavalry. J S H. Headqr's 10th Va cavalry,June 28th, 1864. Report of the casualties in the late engagement (June 24th) at Samaria Church: Company A.--Killed: Trooper J L Davis, Jr Wounded: Troopers J Ketes, D N Morris, G N Crump. Company B.--Killed: Trooper J L Wagner. Wounded: Troopers J H Henbee, P Koonts, J Clodfelter. Company F.--Wounded: Capt J H Dettor, Trooper J R Herndon. Company H.--Wounded: 1st Lt S K Newham, Corp J R Foltz. Killed: Trooper P Calhoun. Company H.--Wounded: Trooper H Blackmare, Company I.--Killed: Trooper J N Gary. Recapitulation: Killed4 Wounded11 M J Dimmock, Adj't 10th Virginia cavalry.
bliss bore a conspicuous part in this engagement, particularly the 9th and 10th Va cavalry, and received for their gallant services the thanks and congratulations of the general commanding for their conduct. The following is a correct list of the casualties, kindly furnished me by our Adjutant in the 10th Virginia cavalry. J S H. Headqr's 10th Va cavalry,June 28th, 1864. Report of the casualties in the late engagement (June 24th) at Samaria Church: Company A.--Killed: Trooper J L Davis, Jr Wounded: Troopers J Ketes, D N Morris, G N Crump. Company B.--Killed: Trooper J L Wagner. Wounded: Troopers J H Henbee, P Koonts, J Clodfelter. Company F.--Wounded: Capt J H Dettor, Trooper J R Herndon. Company H.--Wounded: 1st Lt S K Newham, Corp J R Foltz. Killed: Trooper P Calhoun. Company H.--Wounded: Trooper H Blackmare, Company I.--Killed: Trooper J N Gary. Recapitulation: Killed4 Wounded11 M J Dimmock, Adj't 10th Virginia cavalry.
Clodfelter (search for this): article 5
bliss bore a conspicuous part in this engagement, particularly the 9th and 10th Va cavalry, and received for their gallant services the thanks and congratulations of the general commanding for their conduct. The following is a correct list of the casualties, kindly furnished me by our Adjutant in the 10th Virginia cavalry. J S H. Headqr's 10th Va cavalry,June 28th, 1864. Report of the casualties in the late engagement (June 24th) at Samaria Church: Company A.--Killed: Trooper J L Davis, Jr Wounded: Troopers J Ketes, D N Morris, G N Crump. Company B.--Killed: Trooper J L Wagner. Wounded: Troopers J H Henbee, P Koonts, J Clodfelter. Company F.--Wounded: Capt J H Dettor, Trooper J R Herndon. Company H.--Wounded: 1st Lt S K Newham, Corp J R Foltz. Killed: Trooper P Calhoun. Company H.--Wounded: Trooper H Blackmare, Company I.--Killed: Trooper J N Gary. Recapitulation: Killed4 Wounded11 M J Dimmock, Adj't 10th Virginia cavalry.
The fight at Samaria Church. [Correspondence of the Dispatch.] June 25, 1864. Our cavalry, under command of our skillful and gallant General Wade Hampton, were engaged yesterday with Sheridan's marauders and house burners, on the Westover and Nance's Shop road, at or near Samaria Church. The enemy advanced in large force and attacked us, seemingly sanguine of riding "right through." The animated cracking of the carbines of our sharpshooters and that of the enemy made it apparent tape was by immediate flight.--The fields and road were strewn with their dead and wounded, and their retreat became a perfect rout. We felt sorry when we saw wounded horses lying on the field — for the horse is a noble animal — but the cries of Sheridan's thieves and house burners was music to our ears, and we saw with satisfaction that many of these plunderers had met their just dues for their many outrages. More than two hundred prisoners and a portion of their wagon train, I am informed
liss bore a conspicuous part in this engagement, particularly the 9th and 10th Va cavalry, and received for their gallant services the thanks and congratulations of the general commanding for their conduct. The following is a correct list of the casualties, kindly furnished me by our Adjutant in the 10th Virginia cavalry. J S H. Headqr's 10th Va cavalry,June 28th, 1864. Report of the casualties in the late engagement (June 24th) at Samaria Church: Company A.--Killed: Trooper J L Davis, Jr Wounded: Troopers J Ketes, D N Morris, G N Crump. Company B.--Killed: Trooper J L Wagner. Wounded: Troopers J H Henbee, P Koonts, J Clodfelter. Company F.--Wounded: Capt J H Dettor, Trooper J R Herndon. Company H.--Wounded: 1st Lt S K Newham, Corp J R Foltz. Killed: Trooper P Calhoun. Company H.--Wounded: Trooper H Blackmare, Company I.--Killed: Trooper J N Gary. Recapitulation: Killed4 Wounded11 M J Dimmock, Adj't 10th Virginia cavalry.
1 2