Chattanooga Daily Rebel
January 4, 1863
P. M. WATKINS was in his 31 / 32 year, just verging into mature life. During a revival in the winter of 1858 / 59, in Chattanooga, he professed faith in Christ, and attached himself to the Presbyterian Church, (N.S.)…. Mr. Watkins was a mercantile man of steady business habits. Upright and just in all his dealings, no man can impeach his memory with wrong…
February 1, 1863
Headquarters 27th Tennessee, Regiment, Chattanooga, Jan. 19, 1863
List of casualties which occurred to the 37th Tennessee (both 27 and 37 are used in article) in an engagement before Murfreesboro on the 31st:
Maj. J. T. MCREYNOLDS killed.
Col. MOSES WHITE wounded severely.
Lt. Col. R. DUDLEY FRAYSER wounded severely.
Col A: Killed, Sgt. T. J. WEST; wounded severely, privates R. S. BLACKWELL, M. S. ERVIN, C. R. BAUOM, T. D. ANDERTON, R. F. GOWSER, F. H. ALLEN.
Co. B: Killed, HUGH N. LEDGER.
Co. C: Killed JESSE RICE, S. G. WORTHINGTON, MIDDLETON MULLINS; wounded, Lt. J. TALLEY, privates S. H. WATKINS, O. R. WATKINS, H. O. TAYLOR, JOHN TAYLOR, W. SIRK, S. A. RODGERS.
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