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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1: prelminary narrative 1 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
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380 Johnson, W. H., 55th Mass. Inf., 380 Johnson, Walter, 380 Johnson, William, 2d Mass. H. A., 527 Johnson, William, 34th Mass. Inf., 527 Johnston, Duncan, 463 Johnston, J. A., 380 Johnston, J. C., 527 Johnston, J. E., 90, 143, 160, 198, 226, 250, 262 Johnston, R. A., 527 Johnston, S. T., 380 Johnston, T. B., 65, 66 Johnston, Thomas, 380 Johnston, W. A., 380 Johnston, W. S., 150 Jollimore, William, 380 Jones, Alonzo M., 463 Jones, Augustus M., 492 Jones, C. B., 463 Jones, C. C., Jr., 89 Jones, C. E., 380 Jones, C. G., 527 Jones, C. H., 380 Jones, C. K., 527 Jones, Charles, 380 Jones, E. F., 11th Mass. Inf., 380 Jones, E. F., 26th Mass. Inf., 13, 14, 18, 20, 27, 56, 206, 207, 244. Jones, E. J., 115, 150, 190 Jones, E. P., 380 Jones, Edward, 463 Jones, F. A., 380 Jones, F. N. P., 527 Jones, Gardner, 463 Jones, George, 527 Jones, Henry, 380 Jones, Iredell, 87 Jones, Irwin, 527 Jones, J. E., 44 Jones, J. R., 49 Jones, J. S., 527 Jones, J. W., 10
Brigadier-General Ellison Capers, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 5, South Carolina (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Additional Sketches Illustrating the services of officers and Privates and patriotic citizens of South Carolina. (search)
was a member of a firm that became the owners of the town sites of Seneca and Westminster, S. C., and Toccoa, Ga., at the time the Airline road was built. He located at Toccoa in 1874, but in 1884 removed to Seneca, where he resided until his death. He served three terms in the State legislature and was a member of the constiutional convention of 1895. He was married, May 26, 1859, to Mary E. Ramsey. She died January 4, 1891, leaving four children: Oliver Ramsey, Mary Virginia, now Mrs. C. C. Jones, of Greenville; William R. and Edgar Clay, the last two of whom are practicing physicians of Seneca. Dr. Doyle was the local surgeon of the Southern railway at the time of his death, October 6, 1897. Dr. William R. Doyle, second son of Dr. O. M. Doyle, was born in Oconee county, S. C., March 19, 1870. He studied medicine with his father and in 1895 graduated from the Atlanta medical college, since which time he has been practicing in Seneca. He is now local surgeon of the Southern ra
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Beauregard's report of the battle of Drury's Bluff. (search)
n behind a line of fortifications extending from the railroad to the Chattahoochee river. Sketch of Dr. G. W. Derenne. ByCOLONEL C. C. Jones, Jr. [We have alluded in previous numbers to the splendid gift by Dr. DeRenne, of the bronze statue of a Confederate soldier to the Memorial Association of Savannah, and to the presentation to our Society of his beautiful Wormsloe Quartos, by Mrs. DeRenne. We are sure our readers will thank us for allowing them to see the following tribute of Colonel Jones, contained in his anniversary address before the Georgia Historical Society, delivered on the 14th of February, 1881:] And here, my friends, permit me to pause in this narrative to place a memorial wreath upon the new-made grave of one who, since our last annual meeting, has left our companionship and fallen on sleep. He was at one time our President, and always the firm friend and generous patron of this Society His interest in the genuine welfare of this Institution will probably n
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 11. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Sketch of Dr. G. W. Derenne. (search)
Sketch of Dr. G. W. Derenne. ByCOLONEL C. C. Jones, Jr. [We have alluded in previous numbers to the splendid gift by Dr. DeRenne, of the bronze statue of a Confederate soldier to the Memorial Association of Savannah, and to the presentation to our Society of his beautiful Wormsloe Quartos, by Mrs. DeRenne. We are sure our readers will thank us for allowing them to see the following tribute of Colonel Jones, contained in his anniversary address before the Georgia Historical Society, delivered on the 14th of February, 1881:] And here, my friends, permit me to pause in this narrative to place a memorial wreath upon the new-made grave of one who, since our last annual meeting, has left our companionship and fallen on sleep. He was at one time our President, and always the firm friend and generous patron of this Society His interest in the genuine welfare of this Institution will probably never be comprehended in all its scope and various manifestations,β€”an interest which induced
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), General Sherman's march from Atlanta to the coast-address before the survivors' Association of Augusta, Ga., April 20th, 1884. (search)
General Sherman's march from Atlanta to the coast-address before the survivors' Association of Augusta, Ga., April 20th, 1884. By Colonel C. C. Jones, Jr. Friends and Comrades: When, a twelvemonth since, we assembled to celebrate the fifth anniversary of our Association and to testify our loyal appreciation of the holy memories which appertain to this Memorial Day, the shadows of the great griefs caused by the recent deaths of Governor Alexander H. Stephens, Vice-President of the Confederacy, and of Senator Benjamin H. Hill, who during the Southern struggle for independence had been a close friend and trusted adviser of President Davis, were abroad in the land. And now, as we come together to revive the recollections of the past and to confirm the ties which unite us in the present, we find ourselves encompassed by kindred sorrows. Since our last annual convocation General Josiah Gorgas, Chief of Ordnance of the Confederate States, whose special mission it was to arm for the
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 13. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The battle of Honey Hill. (search)
The battle of Honey Hill. By Colonel C. C. Jones, Jr. Address before the survivors' Association of Augusta, Georgia, April 27th, 1885. Friends and Comrades: Since our last annual convocation two members of the Confederate Cabinet have died. On the 7th of May, 1884, within the quiet walls of his apartments in the Avenue Jena, in Paris; the Hon. Judah P. Benjamin, full of years and of honors, entered upon his final rest. With a lucidity of intellect, a capacity for labor, and an ability quite remarkable, he had, during the existence of the Confederate Government, occupied in turn the offices of Attorney-General, Secretary of War, and Secretary of State. The struggle ended, he repaired to England, where, claiming the privileges of a natural born British subject, he was admitted to the bar and rose rapidly to the highest eminence capable of attainment by a practitioner in the most august courts of that realm. His success was most phenomenal. When he laid aside his gown
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
rgeant Wm. W. Johnson, 4th Sergeant D. D. Burkhalter, Private J. W. Day, H. J. Day, F. L. Gregory, Private R. S. Jones, J. A. Norton, W. H. Quattleburn, W. J. Robertson, J. A. Seegars, H. J. Williamson. Co. E. 3d Sergeant James M. Williams, 4th Sergeant T. S. Mills, 3d Corporal B. J. Martin, Private S. Ammons, S. J. Andrens, N. Currenton, J. D. Dean, W. T. Dillard, T. G. Dillard, James Dillard, Y. M. Edwards, G: F. Hogg, Samuel Hogg, J. G. Jones, Private C. C. Jones, Elvin Jones, W. H. Jolly, C. A. Lee, James Lamon, W. C. Mizell, S. Q. Mullins, W. W. Mobley, D. McSwain, J. W. Price, A. Powell, A. L. Peek, A. B. Tommey. Co. F. 3d Sergeant J. N. Bray, 5th Sergeant Isaiah Elliott, 1st Corporal P. J. Hough, 3d Corporal J. W. Gibson, Private A. N. Agerton, G. F. Brazil, H. V. Glenn, B. H. Galloway, J. B. Hough, T. H. Halloway, Jno. Jackson, J. E. Lewe, F. M. Logan, Private P. L. Minshem, J. T. Prior, J. A.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
F. Lisks. Co. I. 1st Sergeant F. J. Wood, 2d Sergeant W. R. Alred, 1st Corporal N. E. Lamb, Private John Harlict, A. L. McLorin, Private J. W. Heath, R. R. Thompson, A. J. Winningham, M. Burns. Co. K. 3d Sergeant W. Blackburn, Private J. H. Justice, W. G. Bailey, R. T. Vaughan, Private R. Warren, H. Joice, C. D. Rhoderick, β€”β€” Bailey. Co. L. 1st Sergeant C. M. Vestal, 1st Corporal Allen Scott, Private J. Creaseman, Private W. M. Pike, J. M. Thomas, C. C. Jones. Co. M. Private L. D. Sloat, A. J. Parker, David Wright, J. Foast, Private Joseph York, J. L. York, W. Allridge. [97] Thirty-fourth North Carolina Regiment. Field and Staff. Sergeant-Maj. Charles B. Todd, Hosp'l Stew'd Birchet T. Twitty, Q. M. Sergeant Willis W. Hargroves, Musician Champion Allen. Ord. Sergeant Harrison H. Rickert, Co. A. Sergeant James C. Miller, Corporal Soloman Pless, Private John Roop, John Koons, Private Joseph Humby, George W
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
., 95. Jarrard, Capt. J A., 170. Jarratt, Capt. B. F., 348. Jarvis, Lt. Geo W., 432. Jarvis, Lt., Thos., 49. Jefford, Lt. J. D., 403. Jeffries, Maj. J. M., 421. Jelks, Surg. E. A., 213. Jenkins, Lt., Henry, 383. Jenkins, Lt., James, 109. Jenkins, Capt. J. F., 109. Jenkins, Capt. J. J., 84, 89. Jenkins, Capt. N. H., 122. Jenkins, Lt., Thos. G., 276.. Jenkins, Capt. M. T., 253. Jett, Capt. J., 348. Jones, A., 18. Jones, Capt. A. C., 161, 163. Jones, Lt. B. F., 334. Jones, Surg. C. C., 160. Jones, Adj't C. M., 449. Jones, Lt. C W., 108. Jones, Capt. G. S., 333. Jones, Maj. G. T., 71. Jones, Lt. G. W., 275. Jones, Col. H. P., 18. Jones, Lt. H. S., 23. Jones, Maj. H. W., 70. Jones, Capt. J., 252. Jones, Surg. J., 314. Jones, Adj't . A., 95, 101. Jones, Col. J. A., 145, 155. Jones, Lt. J. B., 84. Jones, Capt J. M., 70. Jones, Capt. J. N., 185. Jones, Lt. J. W., 296, 394 Jones, Ass't Surg J. W., 333. Jones, D. D., Rev J. W., v. Jones, Capt. J.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
The Last Words of, lines by H., 59; the death of, 56. Wheat, Captain, John Thomas, 57. Wheat, Leo, 47. Wheeler, General, Joseph, 77. White, Dr. Isaiah H., Surgeon C. S. A., on the Treatment of Prisoners, 383. White, D. D., Rev. J. J., 353 William and Mary College, Students of, at the Dedication of the Lee Monument, 286. Williams General, 73. Williamsburg, Account of the battle of, May 5, 1862, by Salem Dutcher, 409. Wilmot Proviso, The, 436. Willis, General, Edward, Notice of, 160; reports of battles of Chancellorsville, 177; of Gettysburg, 184; characteristic letter of-The Prisoner's Guard Reversed, 172; letter to, from General R. E. Lee, 186. Willis, Dr. Francis T., 160. Wilson, Hon. W. L., 353. Winder Cavalry. Its historical flag, 247. Withers, General Jones M. Death of, 62. Wolseley's, Lord, Tribute to General R. E. Lee, 318. Wooldridge, General, Wm. Beverley, Notice of, 376. Wright, General A. R., 73, 75. Young, General P. M. B., 77.
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