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Re: Hubbard Brown and 21st Va Inf.
Posted by: Jane Curci (ID *****5058) Date: February 26, 2014 at 16:58:44
In Reply to: Re: Hubbard Brown and 21st Va Inf. by R. Browne of 29688

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http://www.newrivernotes.com/patrick_history_military_1861-1865_civil_war_muster.htm
We certify that the foregoing roll is as near correct as we can make it. R. J. Woolwine, Captain Company D, 51st Regiment Infantry, Wharton's Brigade, Breckenridge's Division, Early's Corps, S. T. Shelor, Lieutenant Company D, 51st Virginia Regiment approved W. T. Akers, Major, 51st Virginia Regiment.
A Sketch of Captain John E. Penn's Company of Patrick County, Virginia
Captain John E. Penn's Company Patrick-Henry Volunteers left Penn's Store July 1, 1861 for Lynchburg to go into camp for military instruction. They marched from Lynchburg July 3rd and were mustered into service July 5th and were assigned to the 42nd Virginia Regiment as Company H Lowrings Brigade, General R. E. Lee's Division, they left Lynchburg July 20th being ordered to Beverly from that place and this command was known as the Army of Northern Virginia.
The enemy were found so strongly fortified on he Alleghany Mountains that our General deemed it impossible to dislodge them. The command was then ordered to Sewell Mountain to reinforce General Gloyd and Wise who were falling back in the face of a large force of the enemy. The enemy then fell back on Gauley River and the roads were in such bad condition that our Army could not pursue them. This command was then ordered to Greenbrier Ridge (Bridge) to go into winter quarters. Sometime in December it was ordered to the Valley of Virginia to form General Stonewall Jackson's Division. History will tell the balance of the movements of this command. A list of the names of Company H, 42nd Virginia Regiment

John E. Penn Captain
J. A. Tatum First Lieutenant
Joseph G. Penn Second Lieutenant
R. G. Penn Third Lieutenant
E. L. Penn Orderly
Thomas G. Penn First Sergeant
J. J. Adams Second Sergeant
>>>Hubbard Brown Third Sergeant
Green Penn Fourth Sergeant
J. T. Cobb First Corporal
John S. Penn Second Corporal
J. P. Anglin Third Corporal
Edd Agee Fourth Corporal

>>>>Hubbard Brown Third Sergeant


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