In the letter Moore informs Mrs. Cadenhead of her husband's death on July 22. He died during a charge on the enemy's breastworks, and his body was left on the battlefield. Moore also mentions serious conversations he had with Cadenhead before his...
In the letter Dicken describes the death of his brother-in-law, I. B. Cadenhead, on July 22: "...from what I can learn he was shot through the chest with a miney ball, I saw him lying on the field, but we was retreating and there was no time for me...
The order appoints Major Henry Semple as commander of the "Inner and Outer Lines of Redoubts" while his senior officer is temporarily absent. During the Civil War, Semple served as a captain of an artillery battery organized in Montgomery (known as...
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