44th Tennessee

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'77 facilities he the far as! to ot received do of by we is is an Soldiers meeting. At a preliminary meeting of members of the 44th Tennessee Regiment at the court-house in FayetteviUe on Saturday, 28th July, lb,., the following proceedings proceedings were had: Col. C. A. McDaniel was called to the chair and Capt. Styles made Vice; Jno. Y. Gill and R. G. Cross, Secretaries. It was moved, seconded and carried that a committee be appointed appointed to correspond with officers officers and members of the 25th and 5oth Tennessee Regiments to effect permanent orgaization. Jno Y. Gill, Jas. W. Goodwin, KM. Kelso and R. G. Cross were thereupon appointed to act as such committee. It was moved, seconded and carried that the re-union of the 44th, 2.5th and 55th Regiments take place at Fayettevillc, and that members from companies present be appointed to solicit contributions of provisions for the occasion Co. A Capt. T. Tarpley, Scr- ana ouim a. Uryan. Co. B Capt. J. E. Spencer, i.u. jveifo, xnos. Dmnn ana 1'rice bnoddy. Co. E Capt. J. E. Dodson, Lieut. Randolph, Maj. Moore, Lu JU. Uole, J. A. Davis, J. C. Lively. Co. FJ. F. Cathey, Ily. Cunningham, W. D. Bryant, Jas. b Uyers. Co. I John R. Marshall, McDanieJ. It was moved, seconded and carried that a committee be ap- t ,. puimeu on memories "oi our dead," to-wit, Jno. Y. Gill, Dr. -Nobletr, Col. J. M. Hughes, R. G. Cross, on Field and Staff Company A: W. W. Parker; Co. B: Capt. J. E. Spencer; Co. C: Dr. Gannaway; Co's. D and E:Jno. Y. Gill; Co. F: Lieut. Goodwin; Co. G: ; Co. H: Co. I: Jno. R. Marshall, ' j D. Perkins and Capt. Hunter: Co. K: Capt. Oliver, and the following persons act in the collection collection of incidents and history of the Regiments Col. McDaniel, McDaniel, Col. J. M. Hughes, Col. R. B. Snowden, Capt. Styles, Capt. Thos. Tarpley, Drs. Gannaway Gannaway and Xoblett, Maj.W. M. Moore, Dr. Templeton, D. P. Perkins. F. M. Hicks and C. W. Gill. It was moved, seconded and carried that a Committee be appointed appointed to correspond with Judge Marks to deliver an oration oration on the occasion and to invite invite the presence of Gen. B. R. Johnson and Staff, Col. R. B. Snowden, Capt. Smith, Maj. Gailor and others, to act as such committee J. "W. Goodwin, Goodwin, Jno. Y. Gill, Dr. Xoblctt, and R. G. Cross. It was also moved, seconded and carried that said Committee Committee with the officers and soldiers soldiers of Johnson's Tennessee Brigade and the officers and soldiers of other commands in the county of Lincoln be in attendance. attendance. It was moved, seconded and carried that the citizens of Lincoln Lincoln county and especially the ladies be requested to co-oner- eratc in furnishincr the necess.-i- ry supplies to make an agreeable agreeable entertainment. It was moved, seconded aud carried that, u Chief Field Marshal Marshal be selected for the day and four assistants, whereupon the following were appointed- Col. J. M. Hughes, Chief Mar shal, Col. McDaniel, Maj. Moore, Capt. Crawford and F. M. Kelso, assistants. It was moved, seconded and carried that a Committee of arrangements be appointed Mayor Jno. Y. Gill, Dr. Nob- lett, T. J. Gray, Thos. Boaz, J. T. Stevenson, F. M. Kelso and Lieut. Goodwin were elected for the purpose. Moved, seconded and carried that the Favetteville papers Winchester Home Journal,heb-anon, Journal,heb-anon, Franklin and Nashville papers be requested to publish- Iish these proceedings. After a vote of thanks had been passed to tho officers of the meeting, it adjourned to meet at the call of the presid ing officer and Secretaries. C A. McDaniel, Chm'n. Jxo. l. Gill, Secretaries. li. Or. Ceoss , on 31 all

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  1. Fayetteville Observer,
  2. 02 Aug 1877, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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