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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.24 (search)
tery, Nov. 30, ‘63, Martin's Battalion Artillery, Federal Prison Jan. 1, ‘64. Dec. 31, ‘63, Martin's Artillery Battalion, Jan. 31, ‘64, Fergusson's S. C. Battery, April 30, ‘64, Martin's Battalion. Burton, J. R., Surgeon, April 30, ‘63, 47th Alabama Regiment. Bush, W. N., Assistant Surgeon, Richmond, Feb. 1, ‘64, ordered to report to Medical-Director. Burton, Charles Horace, Assistant Surgeon, Sept. 30, ‘63. 2d Kentucky Battalion Cavalry, headquarters A. T., Dec. 5, ‘63. Burroughs, W. M., Assistant Surgeon, Aug. 31, ‘64. 27th Mississippi Regiment, Richmond, July 26, ‘64, ordered to report to A. J. Foard. Bunch, W. H., Assistant Surgeon. June 30, ‘64, 53d Tennessee Regiment, Headquarters, A. T. In the field, Sept. 9, ‘64. Ordered to report to Lieutenant-General Stewart, Dec. ‘64, Columbia, Tenn. Burton, H. L., Assistant Surgeon, June 30, ‘64. 9th Arkansas Regiment. Captured Jan. 26, ‘64. Aug. 23,‘64, headquarters A. T. Transferred t
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Appendix. (search)
, Jr. Sec. Lieut., H. C. Chalmers. Sec. Lieut., James O. Thurman. First Sergt., Joseph A. Kennedy. Second Sergt., Elcano Fisher. Third Sergt., Henry D. Hall. Fourth Sergt., Peter B. Akers. First Corp., Geo. T. Wightman. Second Corp., Samuel R. Miller. Third Corp., Lucas Harvey. Fourth Corp., J. O. Thurman, Jr. Privates. Allman, William H. Bailey, James H. Benson, Henry G. Beckwith, Henry C. Akers, William L. Bailey, James W. Brown, Leslie C. Burroughs, Henry A. Ballard, James F. Cheatham, Thomas F. Cooney, Thomas. Crumpton, James A. Clinkenbeard, William E. Connolly, Jerry M. Diuguid, Edward S. Delano, Joseph S. Evans, William H. Elam, H. F. Fulks, James W. Furry, William H. Henry, Charles W. Harvey, Charles C. Hollins, James E. Hersman, William B. Johnson, Shelbry. Jones, Charles J. Kidd, George W. Linkenhoker, Samuel. Mitchell, T. Holcomb. Mitchell, William H. McCra
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), History of Crenshaw Battery, (search)
9, 1863, and Jericho Ford, May 23, 1864. Adkisson, J. C., Corporal, March 14, 1862; served until surrender, April 9, 1865; died in Norfolk, Va., about 1880 or 81. Arvin, George A., private, March 14, 1862; served until surrender. Almarode, S., private, November 14, 1863; served until surrender. Allen, R. E., private, March 14, 1862; discharged June 25, 1862. Arrvil, H. D., private, November 16, 1863. Burgess, William R., bugler, March 14, 1862; served until surrender. Burroughs, T. H., private, March 14, 1862; badly wounded at Chancellorsville, May 3, 1863. Burgess, B. F., private, March 14, 1862; wounded at Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862. Britton, Samuel, private, March 14, 1862. Ballowe, R. T., private, March 14, 1862; transferred to Company A, 25th Virginia Battalion, November 25, 1863. Barbary, Perry, private, March 31, 1863. Barbary, James, private, March 31, 1863; dead. Blevens, Samuel, private, April 1, 1863. Coleman, James A., priva
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Roster of the Battalion of the Georgia Military Institute Cadets (search)
Adams,——. Adams,——. Akers,——. *Alexander, A. H., Forsyth, Ga. Killed by cannon ball at Atlanta, 1864. Arnold, F., Coweta county, Ga. Arnold, Park, Coweta county, Ga. Atkinson, B., Brunswick. Now doctor at Tarboro, Ga. *Bellingrath, Herman, Atlanta, Ga. *Blanton, Benjamin P., Atlanta, Ga Died Sept. 1904. Bozeman,——. Bridges, ——. Brooks, B. E., Hattiesburg, Miss. Brumby, E., Marietta, Ga. Brumby, J., Marietta, Ga. Burke, W. H., LaGrange, Ga. Burroughs, J. Cabaniss, E., Forysth, Ga. Cabaniss, H. H., Forysth, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. *Campbell, Jos. F., Mobile, Ala., died in Galveston, Texas, in 1904. Carlton, ——, *Cashin, Ed., Augusta, Ga. Anderson, S. C.. Died Oct. 11, 1897. Clarke,——. Cockerell, ——. Crutchfield, Wm. Ambrose, Macon, Ga. Dabney, ——. *D'Antignac, Frank, Augusta, Ga., died since the war. Dorsey, J., West Point, Ga., Opelika, Ala. Dozier,——. *Edwards, J. Polk, Op
cabinet maker, h. Mt. Pleasant. Brackett, John, cellar stone layer, h. Garden court. Brackett, George, ox teamster, h. Garden court. Brastow, George O., dealer in real estate, h. Central. Brown, Jonathan, Jr., cashier Market Bank, h. Broadway. Brown, Edward, laborer, h. Medford. Brigham. Joseph B., b. merchant, h. Beach. Bruce, Joseph A., b. trader, h. Cherry. Burke, Edward, h. on lane from Porter's to Broadway. Burbank, Lorenzo, teamster, h. Cambridge street. Burroughs, William, teamster, h. Medford turnpike. Burns, Peter, charcoal dealer, h. Joy. Buttrick, Mrs. M. E., widow, h. Mt. Pleasant. Buckingham, Joseph H., U. S. commissioner, h. Beacon. Bucknam, Caleb, mason, h. Milk. Buddrow, Joseph, Somerville Omnibus Agent, Franklin. Cades, W. H., b. apothecary, h. Franklin. Casey, Michael, mason, h. Garden court. Calahan, John, yeoman, h. Milk. Carlin, John, laborer, h. Cambridge. Casey, Michael, bleachery, h. Garden court. C
ds and breaking them and throwing the pieces down the well, and vowing they made all they could, in nails from the rods furnished. The authorities then offered a gill of rum to those making a certain number of nails from their supply of rods. Burroughs cautioned his fellow prisoners of the trap, but the offer of rum was too tempting, and all were participants except Burroughs of the extra bounty. The next day no rum was served and the convicts afterward were forced to fashion the increased Burroughs of the extra bounty. The next day no rum was served and the convicts afterward were forced to fashion the increased number of nails daily. The convicts remained on the island until about three weeks before it was turned over to the United States in 1798. 2 April, 1640, the inhabitants of Charlestown voted that Philip Drinker shall keep a ferry to Malden at the neck of land with a sufficient boat. For his services he had two pence for a single person and a penny each where there were more. This was the penny ferry of the first century and a half of the colony's existence. The route by land from Charl
ebruary,1841. Published by authority of Act of Congress in the paper having the largest circulation in the District where printed. Persons calling for letters in the List will please say they are Advertised. Ladies' list. Anderson mrs M Alderslade mrs J M Allen mrs M A Adams mrs N F Alkins miss N W Anderson miss Cecilia Allen miss Nannie Allen miss C B Anderson miss B B Fall mrs Aug. Balley mrs Sempy Binford mrs Lucy A Bullock mrs Lucy Burroughs mrs G W Buchanan mrs Sarah E Ballard miss Fannie Barnes miss A M Barrett miss M A E Barber miss C A Brandon miss Lizzie Burch miss Marietta Brown mrs Sophia Brady mrs Brennan miss Burck miss Eliza Bates miss Pattie A Brooks miss Nancy Bowser miss Frances Crenshaw mrs F E Curry mrs Lucy L Crenshaw mrs Sarah B Campbell mrs E N G Carter mrs Mary E Caulfield mrs J A Caldwell mrs Caligan miss Maria Cullen miss Ellen Connoll
Peace policy. --The Diocesan Convention of the State of New Hampshire, Bishop Chase (uncle of the Secretary of the United States Treasury) presiding, refused by an all but unanimous vote (only two clergymen in the affirmative) to pass war resolutions, proposed by the Rev. Dr. Burroughs. The Rev. Mr. Elmes spoke eloquently and well against action on the subject, and his views were evidently those of the body of the clergy. The New Hampshire Patriot has the following in relation to this subject: In the Episcopal Convention for Rhode Island, where the "war fever" rages most fiercely, no proposition was made for any action upon the war question. We learn that the same is true of the Vermont Convention.--Yet we hear not a word of complaint from the papers of those States because no action was taken. Why, then, is the Convention of this State so ruthlessly assaulted for a course which is not deemed censurable elsewhere?--It is simply because political and religious bigotry and
ollowing account of an affair at Cape Henry Beach, which we have already noticed: Southern fish are good — indeed, superb.--Southerners think so. So, it seems, does the Abolition enemy; for, on Tuesday, that inveterate prowler, the Quaker City, sent a boat towards the shore at Mrs. Joyce's farm, on the Bay side, near the old Pleasure House, where the fishermen are wonts to haul up the most delicious try. As the boat neared the shore, a detachment of the Kempsville (P. A) Cavalry, Captain Burroughs, neared the boat as slyly as Indians, but were seen from the ship, which fired one of those same patent conical shells (which we have before spoken of) directly between two of the horsemen, but hurting nobody. The Cavalry then made a dash to the Beach, and fired some seventy shots at the retreating boat, which was then some seventy yards off. The boat's crew returned a single volley, and all except the oarsmen squatted--leaving the steamer to answer the catechism. She fired six times
From Norfolk. [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, September 3, 1861. Various reports are in circulation here this morning about formidable iron batteries at Fort Monroe, officers killed at Hatteras, &c.; but these flying rumors are probably without the least foundation. A beautiful Southern flag will be presented to-morrow morning by the ladies of Princess Anne and Norfolk counties, to the Chesapeake Light Cavalry, Captain Burroughs. The ceremonies will take place at Camp Lee, on the Pleasure-House beach, near the village of Kampsville, about 12 miles from this city.--The flag will be presented in behalf of the company, by Miss Emily Garrison, a beautiful and accomplished daughter of James S. Garrison, Esq., formerly representative of Princess Anne in the House of Delegates. The Cavalry company mentioned above has done hard and effective service along the coast. The men are first-rate horsemen, are well acquainted with the country, the roads, swamp
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