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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Beauregard's report of the battle of Drury's Bluff. (search)
., James L. Taylor, Charles H. Olmstead, Geo. W. Alley, C. H. Morel, W. S. Bogart, G. M. Ryals, A. H. Lane, Rufus E. Lester, W. S. Basinger, J. B. Read, M. D., Joel Kennard, A. McC. Duncan, E. P. Alexander, John F. Wheaton, LaFayette McLaws, Henry C. Wayne, George A. Mercer, John Schwarz, W. W. Gordon, Fred. M. Hull, A. A. Winn, H. M. Comer, T. B. Chisholm, W. G. Waller, John Talliaferro, J. D. Johnston, T. S. Wayne, C. L. Chestnut, John Flannery, Daniel Lahey, D. G. Purse, Wm. Duncan, C. W. Anremnant seeking refuge beyond the Mississippi. General Johnston was married on January 20, 1829, to Miss Henrietta Preston, the daughter and eldest child of Major William Preston, a member of the Virginia family of that name, and an officer of Wayne's army, who had resigned and settled in Louisville, Ky. General Johnston remained at Jefferson Barracks until the breaking out of the Black Hawk war, and at its close he returned to Louisville, and thence to New Orleans for the benefit of his
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Editorial paragraph. (search)
pointed: Henry R. Jackson, A. R. Lawton, Robert H. Anderson, John Screven, G. M. Sorrel, T. F. Screven, H. M. Branch, Peter Reilly, B. H. Richardson, David Waldhauer, George P. Walker, C. C. Hardwicke, J. F. Brooks, J. H. Estill, R. P. Myers, M. D., James L. Taylor, Charles H. Olmstead, Geo. W. Alley, C. H. Morel, W. S. Bogart, G. M. Ryals, A. H. Lane, Rufus E. Lester, W. S. Basinger, J. B. Read, M. D., Joel Kennard, A. McC. Duncan, E. P. Alexander, John F. Wheaton, LaFayette McLaws, Henry C. Wayne, George A. Mercer, John Schwarz, W. W. Gordon, Fred. M. Hull, A. A. Winn, H. M. Comer, T. B. Chisholm, W. G. Waller, John Talliaferro, J. D. Johnston, T. S. Wayne, C. L. Chestnut, John Flannery, Daniel Lahey, D. G. Purse, Wm. Duncan, C. W. Anderson, R. G. Gaillard, J. F. Gilmer, Cormack Hopkins, J. G. Thomas, M. D., C. C. Schley, M. D., Julian Myers, E. M. Anderson. The committee had arranged a brilliant reception of General Lee at the depot—an open barouche drawn by four beautiful gr
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Laying the corner Stone of the monument tomb of the Army of Tennessee Association, New Orleans. (search)
eries of skirmishes and engagements, the Black Hawk war was terminated by a decisive engagement at the battle of Beras, so called from a stream near by, by which the power of the British band, under Black Hawk, was broken and the band dispersed, the remnant seeking refuge beyond the Mississippi. General Johnston was married on January 20, 1829, to Miss Henrietta Preston, the daughter and eldest child of Major William Preston, a member of the Virginia family of that name, and an officer of Wayne's army, who had resigned and settled in Louisville, Ky. General Johnston remained at Jefferson Barracks until the breaking out of the Black Hawk war, and at its close he returned to Louisville, and thence to New Orleans for the benefit of his wife's health. While in New Orleans he took with great reluctance the step which he thought duty demanded (and he was ever governed by duty) to the loved companion of his life; and on the 24th of April, 1834, sent in his resignation of his commissio
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Graduates of the United States Military Academy at West Point, N. Y., [from the Richmond, Va., Dispatch, March 30, April 6, 27, and May 12, 1902.] (search)
864, where he served under Lee at Petersburg. James H. Trapier. 943. Born South Carolina. Appointed South Carolina. 3. Brigadier-General, October 21, 1861. Commanding district, first at Georgetown, S. C., then at Sullivan's Island, S. C., 1863. William B. Blair. 951. Born Virginia. Appointed Virginia. 11. Colonel (Virginia army) and Commissary-General of Virginia, April and May, 1861; Major, P. A. C. S., and Chief Commissary Trans-Mississippi Department, 1864. Henry C. Wayne. 954. Born Georgia. Appointed Georgia. 14. Brigadier-General, December 18, 1861. Declined appointment, and became Adjutant-General of State of Georgia. Milton A. Haynes. 958. Born Tennessee. Appointed Tennessee. 18. Lieutenant-Colonel. Commanding First Tennessee Light Artillery. William J. Hardee. 966. Born Georgia. Appointed Georgia. 26. Lieutenant-General, October 11, 1862. Commanding Corps, Army of Tennessee, and for a time (December, 1863) commanded Ar
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index (search)
51; .D.55; W. P., 71. Stansbury, S., 48. Steele, W., 48. Steuart, G. H., 58. Stevens, W. H., 57. Stevenson, C. L., 46. Stewart, A. P., 50. Stith, D. C., 62. Stockton, P., 64. Street, N. H., 42. Stuart, J. E. B., 67. Thomas, B. M., 73; F. J., 53; R. B., 64. Tilghman, L., 38. Tompkins, C. Q., 38. Trapier, J. H., 45. Trimble, I. R., 41. Villipigue, J. B., 68. Vonneau, R. V., 65. Washington, T. A., 59. Watts. G .O., 76. Walker, H. H., 65; L. M., 61; W. H. T., 40. Wayne, H. C., 46. Welcher, W. T., 62. Wills, J. M., 37. White, E. R., 42; J. L., 65. Whiting, W. H. C., 53. Wickliffe, C., 47. Williams, J. S., 45; S. 73; T. G., 59. Winder. C. T., 61; J. H., 41. Withers, J., 58; J. M., 38. Wright, M. H., 74. Wheeler, General, Joseph, 176. Wickham, General W. C., 144. Wilcox, Mrs., G. Grifflng. 135. Winchester, Disparity of contending forces at, 109; Capture of stores at, 230. Winder. General C. F. 148. Wood, Colonel, J. Taylor, 206, 224. W
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Roster of the Battalion of the Georgia Military Institute Cadets (search)
l was Adjutant of the Battalion. At Oconee River Bridge he was selected and appointed as Ordnance Officer, by Major General Henry C. Wayne. After the evacuation of Savannah, he was appointed Assistant Inspector General on the staff of General R. W.e said that he believed that if he had a full division of such boys he could repulse the whole Yankee army. Major-General Henry C. Wayne was in command of the forces with which the cadets served, as they confronted Sherman's army, on the Marching through Georgia. General Wayne, in his official report of February 6, 1865, gives account of the distinguished conduct of Georgia cadets in the campaign through Georgia. His report is fully set forth in the official war records, series 1, volume 53, supplement, on pages 32 to 37 inclusive, in serial No. 111. On page 36, General Wayne says: I would conspicuously mention Majors Hartridge and Capers, and Captains Talbot, Pruden, Austin and Warthen. The gallantry of these gentlemen cannot be
Election. --Major Henry C. Wayne, of the U. S. A my, son of Judge Wayne, of the U. S Supreme Court, has been elected to the office of Adjutant General of Georgia, by the Senate of that State. Election. --Major Henry C. Wayne, of the U. S. A my, son of Judge Wayne, of the U. S Supreme Court, has been elected to the office of Adjutant General of Georgia, by the Senate of that State.
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