Correspondence – CSA Private

P. W. A., Co. B, 8th Georgia Infantry, On the Battle

2nd Corp. James Asbury Adair, Co. F, 8th Georgia Infantry, On the Battle

Edward Porter Alexander On the Battle’s Aftermath

An Eye Witness, Co. B, Hampton’s Legion, On the Battle

An Eye Witness, 6th North Carolina Infantry, On the Battle

“An Eye-Witness,” 17th Virginia Infantry, On Blackburn’s Ford

[B. H. B. ?], 6th Alabama, On the Battle

Sgt. Yerby Barneycastle (Cassel), Co. K, 11th North Carolina Infantry, On the Battle

Sgt. Major Randolph Barton, Staff, 33rd Virginia Infantry, On the Battle

Maj. William Smith Hanger Baylor, 5th Virginia Infantry, On the Death of Pvt. Joab Horace Seely. Co. L, 5th Virginia Infantry

Capt. Alfred Horatio Belo, Co. D, 11th North Carolina Infantry, On the Battle

Lt. William Willis Blackford, AAG, 1st Virginia Cavalry, On the Battle

Lt. Charles Minor Blackford, Wise Troop, On Blackburn’s Ford

Capt. Elbert Brand, Co. H, 7th South Carolina Infantry, On the Campaign

“C,” 4th Alabama Infantry, On the Battle and Casualties

A. C., Co. H, 11th North Carolina Infantry, On the Campaign

J. H. C., Co. D, 5th Alabama Infantry, Before the Battle

S. S. C., 4th South Carolina, On the Battle

Pvt. Nathaniel Mann Calder, Sr., Co. D, 7th Georgia Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. John O. Casler, Co. A, 33rd Virginia Infantry, On the Battle

Chaplain, W. L. I., Hampton’s Legion, On the Battle and Aftermath

“Chew,” Stanard’s Battery/Thomas Artillery, On the Battle and Casualties

Pvt. Thomas W. Colley, Co. L (Washington Mounted Rifles), 1st Virginia Cavalry, on the Battle (1)

Pvt. Thomas W. Colley, Co. L (Washington Mounted Rifles), 1st Virginia Cavalry, on the Battle (2)

Capt. James Conner, Hampton’s Legion, On the Battle (1)

Capt. James Conner, Hamtpon’s Legion, On the Battle (2)

Chaplain Joseph Cross, 2nd Tennessee Infantry, After the Battle

Col. Arthur C. Cummings, 33rd Virginia Infantry, On the Battle (1)

Col. Arthur C. Cummings, 33rd Virginia Infantry, On the Battle (2)

L. D., Co. B, 7th Louisiana Infantry, On the Battle

“E.,” 5th South Carolina Infantry, On the Battle

“Ensis,” Co. C, 18th Mississippi Infantry, On the Battle and Aftermath

Brig. Gen. Richard S. Ewell, On the Retreat from Fairfax and the Battle

Brig. Gen. Richard S. Ewell, On the Battle

Pvt. William C. File, Co. G, 18th Mississippi Infantry, On the Campaign

Pvt. Clement D. Fishburne’s Account of the Campaign

Pvt. Robert LaFayette Francisco, Co. E, 4th Virginia Infantry, On the Battle

Capt. William Johnson Freeland, Co. C, 6th North Carolina Infantry, On the Battle and Company Casualties

Lieut. Douglas French Forrest, Co. H,* 17th Virginia Infantry, On the Battle

“G”, 33rd Virginia Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Drury P. Gibson, Company D, 1st Special Battalion Louisiana Infantry Before and After the Battle

Pvt. Robert A. Glasgow, CO. H, 4th Virginia Infantry, On the Battle

5th Sgt. William M. Glenn, Co. K., 7th Georgia Infantry, On the Battle

Capt. T. J. Goree on the Eve of the Battle

Capt. T. J. Goree’s Account of the Battle

Pvt. James B. Grant, Co. B, 8th Georgia Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. John F. “Fred” Gruber, Co. A, 7th Louisiana Infantry, On Blackburn’s Ford and the Battle

“H*****,” Co. K, 18th Virginia Infantry, On the Battle

“L. V. H.”, Co. I, 4th Virginia Infantry, On the Battle

Capt. Josephus Marion Hall, Co. A, 5th Alabama, On the Battle

Pvt. John Marshall Hamlet, Co. H, 18th Virginia Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Doctor Z. Hardin, Co. A, 6th North Carolina Infantry, On the Battle

Capt. Asher Waterman Harman, Co. G, 5th Virginia Infantry, On the Victory

Capt. John Wilson Harrington, Co. G, 8th South Carolina Infantry, On the Capture of Congressman Alfred Ely

William C. Heriot, Co. A, Hampton’s Legion, On the Battle

Capt. George Hillyer, Co. C, 9th Georgia Infantry, On the March to Manassas

“Howitzer,” 1st Co. Richmond Howitzers, On the Battle

Pvt. William J. Hubbard, Co. H, 18th Virginia Infantry, Before, During, and After the Battle (3 Letters)

Pvt. Thomas Hudson, Co. D, 4th Alabama Infantry, On His Capture and Imprisonment

Pvt. (Dr.) William C. Humphreys, Co. F, 8th Georgia Infantry, On His Captivity (1)

Pvt. (Dr.) William C. Humphreys, Co. F, 8th Georgia Infantry, On His Captivity (2)

Charles Woodward Hutson, Hampton’s Legion, On the Battle

Brig. Gen. Thomas J. Jackson On the March to Manassas, the Battle, and the Aftermath

Pvt. John A. Jennings, Co. B, 2nd South Carolina Infantry, Incidents of the Pursuit

“Justice,” 4th Alabama Infantry, On the Battle

“Justice,” Newtown Artillery, On the Battle

“Justice,” 6th North Carolina Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. William Callis Kean, Co. H, 28th Virginia Infantry, On the Battle (1)

Pvt. William Callis Kean, Co. H, 28th Virginia Infantry, On the Battle (2)

Pvt. William Callis Kean, Co. H, 28th Virginia Infantry, On the Battle (3)

Captain William King, Camp Pickens Battery, on Blackburn’s Ford

Captain William King, Camp Pickens Battery, On the Battle

Pvt. M. V. B. Kite, Co. H, 33rd VA, on the Death of His Brother, 10th VA

Pvt. E. Starke Law, Co. B, (Oglethorpe Light Infantry), 8th Georgia Infantry, On the Battle

Lt. Col. James Madison Leach, 11th North Carolina Infantry, On His Conduct In the Battle

Gen. R. E. Lee Congratulates Gen. J. E. Johnston on His Victory

Lieut. Clarke Leftwich and His Crew’s Account of the Battle

“Legion,” Hampton’s Legion, On the Death of Col. James Cameron, 79th New York Infantry

A Louisianan, 7th Louisiana Infantry, On the Regiment’s and the State’s) Role at Blackburn’s Ford and the Battle

“M”, 2nd South Carolina Infantry, On the Retreat from Fairfax Court House, Blackburn’s Ford and the Battle

3rd Sgt. Charles K. Maddox, Co. K, 7th Georgia Infantry, On the Capture of Capt. James B. Ricketts

Pvt. (Dr.) Asbury Smith Mayson, Co. E, 7th Georgia Infantry, On the Battle

Capt. Robert C. McFarland, Co. H, 4th Alabama Infantry, On the March and Battle

1st Sgt. Angus Campbell McPherson, Co. K, 7th Georgia Infantry, On his Wound and Recovery and Casualties

Lieut. J. A. McPherson, Co. E, 6th NC, Account of the Battle

Sgt. William Alexander McQueen, Co. D, 2nd South Carolina Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. William Z. Mead, Co. C, 1st VA Cavalry, On the Battle

Asst. Surg. Thomas Alexander Means, 11th Georgia Infantry, After the Battle (1)

Asst. Surg. Thomas Alexander Means, 11th Georgia Infantry, After the Battle (2)

Capt. Hugh R. Miller, Co. G, 2nd Mississippi Infantry, On the Battle

Capt. Obed P. Miller, Co. E (Old Dominion Guards), 1st Special Louisiana Battalion, On the Battle

Capt. William H. Mitchell, Co. A, 11th Georgia Infantry, On Movements from Atlanta to Manassas, the Battlefield, Prisoners, and Camp

Pvt. William Rhadamanthus Montgomery, Co. I, 2nd South Carolina Infantry, On the Campaign

Lt. Samuel Johnson Cramer Moore, Co. I, 2nd Virginia Infantry, On the Battle

Sgt. William Sidney Mullins, Adjutant, 8th South Carolina Infantry, On the Battle

Lt. William Brockenbrough Newton, Hanover Light Dragoons, 30th Virginia Cavalry, On the Campaign

“Our Corporal,” 5th South Carolina Infantry, On the Battle

W. P. P., 2nd South Carolina Infantry, On the Battle

Corp. Henry Ruffner Paine, Rockbridge Artillery, On Casualties

“Palmetto,” Bonham’s Brigade, On the Battle

John Pelham’s Account of the Battle

John E. Poyas, Co. A, Hampton’s Legion, On the Battle (1)

John E. Poyas, Co. A, Hampton’s Legion, On the Battle (2)

Lt. Col. J. P. Prior, Aid to Brig. Gen. Edmund Kirby Smith, On the Battle and His Captivity

R, Co. C, 1st Battalion Maryland Infantry, On the Battle

Pvt. Matthew S. Ramsey, Co. D, 5th Alabama Infantry, Before the Battle

Pvt. Matthew S. Ramsey, Co. D, 5th Alabama Infantry, On the Retreat to Bull Run and the Battle

Pvt. Thomas G. Read, Co. I, 33rd Virginia Infantry, On the Victory

Lt. Col. John J. Reese, 3rd Tennessee Infantry, On the Battle

Captain Samuel Reeves, Jr., Co. E, 5th North Carolina Infantry, On the Battle

Capt. James B. Ricketts’s Capture by the 7th GA

Pvt. Milton Robinson, Co. B, 8th Virginia Infantry, On the Battlenfantry, On the Battle

S. D. S., Co. K, 18th Virginia Infantry, On the Battle

“W. P. S.,” On Brig. Gen. Barnard Bee and the Campaign

Pvt. Green Berry Samuels, Co. F, 10th Virginia Infantry, On the Battle

Capt. William L. Scott, Co. M, 11th North Carolina Infantry, On the Pursuit

Cpl. Philip B. Simms, Co. K, 7th Georgia Infantry, On the Morning of the Battle

Pvt. Richard W. Simpson, Co. A, 3rd South Carolina Volunteers, On the Withdrawal from Fairfax and the Fight at Blackburn’s Ford

Pvt. Richard W. Simpson, Co. A, 3rd South Carolina Volunteers, On the Battle and Aftermath

Cpl. Taliaferro N. Simpson, Co. A, 3rd South Carolina Volunteers, On the Battle

Lieut. Benjamin Rush Smith, Co. G, 6th North Carolina Infantry, On the Battle

“Staunton,” 5th Virginia Infantry, On the Battle

“Tau”, 6th North Carolina Infantry, On the Battle, the Death of Col. Fisher, and the Aftermath

1st Lt Clarke Henry Thompson, Co. G, 7th Virginia Infantry, On the Campaign

1st Sgt. John Tobin, Co. E, 6th Louisiana, On the Retreat from Fairfax Station, Blackburn’s Ford, and the Battle

“Truth,” Co. E, 7th South Carolina Infantry, On the Battle

W. C. Tunstall, Co. D., 5th AL on the Aftermath of the Battle

Unknown Confederate, On Searching for the Dead and Wounded

Unknown, 4th Alabama Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown, 8th Georgia Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown, Brig. Gen. David R. Jones’s Brigade, On Miscarried Orders on the Right

Unknown, Latham’s Battery/Lynchburg Artillery, On the Battle

Unknown (1), Co. B (Tiger Rifles), 1st Special Battalion Louisiana Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown (2), Co. B (Tiger Rifles), 1st Special Battalion Louisiana Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown, Co. E, 7th Louisiana Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown, 1st Battalion Maryland Infantry, On Battle Casualties

Unknown, Co. H, 1st Battalion Maryland Infantry, On the Valley, March, and Battle

Unknown, 5th North Carolina Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown, 11th North Carolina Infantry, On the Campaign

Unknown (1), 2nd South Carolina Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown (2), 2nd South Carolina Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown (1), Co. I, 2nd South Carolina Infantry, On the Retreat from Fairfax C. H., the Fight at Blackburn’s Ford, and the Battle

Unknown (2), Co. I, 2nd South Carolina Infantry, On the Retreat from Fairfax C. H., the Fight at Blackburn’s Ford, and the Battle

Unknown (3), Co. I, 2nd South Carolina Infantry, In the Battle

Unknown (4), Co. I, 2nd South Carolina Infantry, On the Campaign

Unknown (5), Co. I, 2nd South Carolina Infantry, On the Campaign

Unknown (1), 5th South Carolina Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown (2), 5th South Carolina Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown, 5th Virginia, On the Battle

Unknown, 30th Virginia (Cavalry), On the Battle

Unknown, 30th Virginia (Cavalry), On the Pursuit

Unknown, Albemarle Light Horse (Co. K, 30th Virginia Volunteers), On the Pursuit

Unknown, Hampton’s Legion, On the Battle (1)

Unknown, Hampton’s Legion, On the Battle (2)

Unknown, Hampton’s Legion [?], On the Battle (3)

Unknown (1), Co. A, Hampton’s Legion, On the Battle

Unknown (2), Co. A, Hampton’s Legion, On the Battle

Unknown (3), Co. A, Hampton’s Legion, On the Battle

Unknown (4), Co. A, Hampton’s Legion, On Preparations to Move to Manassas

Unknown Captain, 4th Alabama Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown Officer, Bonham’s Brigade, On the Battle and the Death of Bee

Unknown Officer, First Battalion Maryland Infantry, On the March to Manassas and the Battle

Unknown Officer, 11th North Carolina Infantry, On the Campaign

Unknown Officer, 3rd Tennessee Infantry, On the Battle

Unknown Private, Co. I, 6th North Carolina Infantry, On the Battle

Vivandiere, 7th Louisiana Infantry, On Blackburn’s Ford and the Battle (1)

Vivandiere, 7th Louisiana Infantry, On Blackburn’s Ford and the Battle (2)

“W,” 4th Alabama Infantry, On the Battle and Casualties

“W.”, Co. E, 1st Special Louisiana Battalion, On the Battle

Pvt. Edward Wallace, Co. C, 2nd South Carolina Infantry, ADC to Col. Joseph Kershaw, on the Death of Pvt. William Henry Hardy, Co. C, 2nd South Carolina Infantry , ADC to Col Joseph Kershaw

Capt. James Hurley Waters, Co. L, 5th Virginia Infantry, On the Death of Pvt. Joab Horace Seely. Co. L, 5th Virginia Infantry

James D. Webb, Acting Quartermaster, Co. D, 5th Alabama Infantry, On the Retreat to Bull Run and the Battle

Pvt. Jesse W. Wells, Co. G,, 4th Alabama, On the Battle

Corp. Warren D. Wilkes, Co. J, 4th South Carolina Infantry, On the Capture of “Sherman’s Battery”

Capt. James William Wilson, Co. F, 6th North Carolina Infantry, On His Company In the Battle

Captain Richard Watt York* (1), Co. I, 6th North Carolina Infantry, On the Soldier’s Haven and the March to Winchester

Captain Richard Watt York* (2), Co. I, 6th North Carolina Infantry, On the March to Manassas and the Battle

Captain Richard Watt York (3), Co. I, 6th North Carolina Infantry, On the Capture of “Sherman’s Battery”*

Captain Richard Watt York* (4), Co. I, 6th North Carolina Infantry, On the Battle

Civilians

A. R., CSA Citizen, On the Battle

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15 09 2011
Bull Run Micro-History « Bull Runnings

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