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History of Co. E, 20th N.C. Regiment, 1861-'65 : Confederate Greys

Books/Monographs/Book on Fiche
English
Bethesda, Maryland : University Publications of America, c1990
1 microfiche
Civil War unit histories. Part 1, The Confederate States of America and border states; NC 110

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Microfiche of original published: Goldsboro, N.C. : Nash Brothers, Book and Commercial Printers, 1905. 23 p.

Written mainly by B.B. Carr, one of a committee requested to prepare this sketch.

Includes a roster on p. 7-18.

Includes a description of activities of the 20th North Carolina Infantry Regiment (Confederate) Company E in the following battles or localities: Mechanicsville, Va.; Gaines Mill, Va.; Malvern Hill, Va.; South Mountain, Md.; Slharpsburg, Md.; Fredericksburg, Va.; Chancellorsville, Va.; Gettysburg, Pa.; Wilderness, Va.; Spotsylvania, Va.; Cold Harbor, Va.; Monocacy, Md.; 3rd Winchester, Va.; Cedar Creek, Va.; Hatcher's Run, Va.; Fort Stedman, Va.

"Among the first troops that offered their services to the Governor of the State of North Carolina, was a company composed largely of the students of Franklin Military Institute, situated six miles east of Faison, of which institute C. B. Denson was the principal. This company was organized at Faison on the 16th day of April, 1861, and elected C.B. Denson, Captain; R.P. James, 1st Lieutenant; L.T. Hicks, 2nd Lieutenant; and L.W. Hodges, 3rd Lieutenant, and was called the 'Confederate Greys'"--Page 3.

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