A Confederate Chronicle: The Life of a Civil War Survivor

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Index
Adams, John Quincy: town of Quincy named after, 196
Alexander, J. W.: officer of CSS Atlanta, 104; and Fort Warren treatment of POWs, 107; dog Fanny and, 110; escape attempt of, 112–13; describes exchange, 122; on grounding of CSS Atlanta, 243n18
Alston family, 144, 249n10
Alston, Ann (wife of Major Floyd and General King). See King, Ann
Alston, Augustus H., 141–42
Alston, Robert A., 141
Alston, Robert West (1781–1859), 136–37, 141, 145, 196, 247–48n7
Alston, Willis, 141–42
Amory, C. W.: Federal POW, 120
Amory, W.: father of C. W. Amory, 120
Anderson, Edward C.: expected in Savannah, 50, 241n17; Fingal and, 88
Anderson, John W.: trustee of Chatham Academy, 16; plans to attend wedding, 181
Anderson, John W. Jr. See Wragg, Jesse Choisy
Anna. See Domini, Anna
Archer. See Read, Charles
Army of the Potomac, 50
Army of the Shenandoah, 34
Arnold, R. I.: as Fort Warren visitor, 115, 117, 120
Atlanta CSS: Thomas Wragg assigned to, 62, 88–105 passim; described, 89;
officers and, 91, 92, 95–96, 104–5, 106, 113, 116, 123, 125–26, 129–30, 245n17; Webb's report on, 91–92; crew of, 91–105 passim; origins of crew, 92–93, 243n19; grounding of, 92, 95, 97–98, 100–102, 243n18; crew's threat, 97, 98; deserters and mutiny, 98, 99, 243n19; size of crew, 105; renamed Triumph, 105
Aunt Philo. See Walker, Philoclea Edgeworth Alston "Aunt Philo"
Barrett: only person killed on CSS Atlanta, 95
Bartow, Francis S.: and Chatham Academy, 16; as captain of Oglethorpe Light Infantry, 16, 18; as secessionist, 16, 17–18; education of, 17; honor and, 18, 141; troops and, 19; made colonel, commander Eighth Georgia, 20, 22; written passes and, 28; Second Brigade and, 30, 34, 41; sends some troops home, 31; ordered to road from Charles Town, 33; dies with flag in hand, 36; Laurel Grove and, 58; mentioned, 35, 36, 38, 39, 54. See also Eighth Georgia Infantry; Oglethorpe Light Infantry
Battery Brooke, 125
Battery Semmes: Thomas Wragg assigned to, 122, 123; location of, 125
Battle at Bull Run. See Manassas, First Battle of

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