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The one hundred twelve volunteers had been treated to a feast at Hagerty Hall, courtesy of Mr. The Guards had already been deployed once, with Colonel Lomax’ Second Regiment at Pensacola, investing Fort Pickens.
Mc Kinney Thomas, who provided “meats and cake enough . They had come home at the end of February well-drilled, disciplined and fit.
In August 1864, he was included in the group of officers that became known as the “Immortal 600,” the group used by the Federals as human shields in the bombardment of Charleston. Lomax and Battle had been approved for colonel and lieutenant colonel (respectively) by nearly unanimous vote. Absent the obvious frontrunners, the regimental vote was split among second-tier officers.The skirmishers forded the river above the aqueduct “just where the Monocracy River empties into the Potomac” (the spot at the 43 mile marker (i.e. To Captain Simpson, of the Co B, went the credit ‘first man to cross the Potomac’. Their uniforms had been delayed from Columbus, GA, and they would not be uniformed until they reached Norfolk, VA. Next morning, by the bridge, the citizens of the county gathered to be warmed up by the Reverend Mr. The ladies of Wetumpka now presented the company with a new national flag, (the ‘Stars and Bars’) which Lieutenant Storrs, accepting on the Guards’ behalf, said embraced “in its various colors of the red, white, and blue” emblems “of courage, purity, and truth, and having upon it a circle of stars, each of which represents a free and sovereign State.” “Under this flag,”, he said, “we go forth to battle for our rights.” Lieutenant Henry Storrs was the pride of the community, and would have made his father, the late Judge, very proud this day.A few of the men may have been feeling the effects of the night before. Just twenty-two, Henry was a graduate of the University of Virginia, and had just returned home from Cambridge, attaining a law degree from Harvard.Approaching the area now known as Reynold’s Woods, the sharpshooters were advancing on the enemy with the main body of Ramseur’s and Daniel’s brigades firing through them at the Yankees. Ellison never did receive his officer’s commission. He was probably in Mobile for the end of the war (he was not a Petersburg for the evacuation or at Appomattox). After the war, he married a girl he had met at Norfolk, early in the war, moved to Texas, lived to a rip old age. Every regiment had line officers and field officers.As related by another sharpshooter, Dick Stinson, a mounted Federal officer making his escape nearly ran down Ellison from behind. Captains and lieutenants were “officers of the line,” in command of the various companies; divided between two battalions: First and Second.