Thy Will Be Done Chapter 29 Endnotes by Jim Surkamp

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Chapterette 1: 1850s – The “Days That Never End” – But That Did
The Day of the Horses – The Ring Tournament in Leeland Field.

1. The Shepherdstown Register, August 8, 1857.

2. Crayon, Porte (Strother, D. H.). “The Mountains – X.” Harper’s New Monthly Magazine. Volume 51. Issue: 304 (September, 1875). pp. 475-486. Print.

3. The Shepherdstown Register, August 8, 1857.

4. Crayon, Porte (Strother, D. H.). “The Mountains – X.” Harper’s New Monthly Magazine. Volume 51. Issue: 304 (September, 1875). pp. 475-486. Print.

5. The Baltimore Sun, September 1, 1849.

6. The Shepherdstown Register, August 8, 1857.

7. The Baltimore Herald, August 2, 1848, (Thornton Perry collection, Virginia State Library).

Chapterette 2: Working Jefferson County’s Peaceful, Fertile Lands

1. Serena K. Dandridge undated letter, Dandridge Collection, Duke University.

2. Adam Stephen Dandridge Account Books, Jefferson County Museum.

3. A. R. H. Ranson. “Reminiscences of a Civil War Staff Officer By A Confederate Staff Officer, First Paper: Plantation Life in Virginia Before the War.” The Sewanee Review. Vol. 21, No. (4 Oct. 1913), pp. 428-447.

4. Helen Boteler Pendleton, “A Nineteenth Century Romantic” The Shepherdstown Register, December 21, 1933.

5. Magazine of the Jefferson County Historical Society. Volume LXXV December 2011. “Jefferson County to Liberia: Emigrants, Emancipators, and Facilitators.” by Jane Ailes and Marie Tyler-McGraw pp. 43-76.

6. A. R. H. Ranson. “Reminiscences of a Civil War Staff Officer By A Confederate Staff Officer, First Paper: Plantation Life in Virginia Before the War.” The Sewanee Review. Vol. 21, No. (4 Oct. 1913), pp. 428-447.

Chapterette 3: Henry Bedinger and Alec Boteler – The Creative Congressmen

1. Mary Bedinger Mitchell, “Memories,” edited by Nina Mitchell. Shepherdstown, WV: Printed privately.

2. Helen Boteler Pendleton, “A Nineteenth Century Romantic” The Shepherdstown Register, December 21, 1933.

3. Boteler Collection, Duke University.

4. Mary Bedinger Mitchell, “Memories,” edited by Nina Mitchell. Shepherdstown, WV: Printed privately.

5. Serena K. Dandridge undated letter, Dandridge Collection, Duke University.

Chapterette 4: The War Storm Gathers Over Jefferson County.

1. wikipedia.org – Great_Seal_of_the_Confederate_States_of_America

Chapterette 5: April, 1861 – Drumbeats

1. James Walkenshaw Allen – VMI Historic Rosters Database.

2. Strother, Harpers New Monthly, June, 1866. pp. 1-26.

3. National Park Service, Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System.

4. Report of Inspection made at Harper’s Ferry, Va. by Lieut. Col. George Deas, Inspector General C.S.Army. May 23, 1861.

5. Moore, Edward Alexander, pp. 36-38.

6. Ann C. Reeves Collection.

7. Levin, p. 24.

8. Levin, p. 26.

9. Douglas, p. 3, pp. 6-7.

10. Ibid.

11. Driver, p. 76.

12. Serena K. Dandridge undated letter, Dandridge Collection, Duke University.

Chapterette 6: A Wartime Tragedy – Rezin Davis & Lizzie Shepherd & Their Soon-To-Be Three Children

1. Elizabeth Stockton Pendleton, “A Wartime Tragedy,” The Shepherdstown Register, September 25, 1924.

Chapterette 7: The Battle of Manassas/Bull Run Is Over; William Lee Is Dying: William Morgan Writes “My dear Anna” About Events.

1. The Ann C. Reeves Collection.

2. Western Historical Manuscript Collection, Columbia, Mo.

3. Casler, John O. (1906). “Four years in the Stonewall Brigade, containing the daily experiences of four year’s service in the ranks from a diary kept at the time.”

4. Cummings, Col. Arthur. (1906) “Colonel Cumming’s Account.” Southern Historical Society papers. R. A. Brock (ed). Volume 34. Richmond, VA.: Southern Historical Society. pp. 367-371

5. The Bedinger/Dandridge Collection, Duke University.

6. The C. W. Andrews Collection, Duke University.

7. The Boteler Collection – Courtesy Ms. Leslie Keller.

8. Provided by A.M.S. Morgan to Raymond and Natalie Parks and included in their compilation “Bits & Pieces” in the Perry Room, Charles Town Library.

9. The Bedinger/Dandridge Collection, Duke University.

Chapterette 8: August-September, 1861 – Returning to Home and Family Does Not Exceed The Reach of Armies.

1. Elizabeth Stockton Pendleton, “A Wartime Incident,” The Shepherdstown Register. March 8, 1934

2. Helen Boteler Pendleton, The Shepherdstown Register, January 25, 1934.

3. Elizabeth Stockton Pendleton, “A Wartime Tragedy,” The Shepherdstown Register, September 25, 1924.

4. Driver, p. 61.

Chapterette 9: October-December, 1861 – Fountain Rock’s Nighttime Search Takes Away Rezin Davis Shepherd Junior To Prison.

1. Elizabeth Stockton Pendleton, “A Wartime Tragedy,” The Shepherdstown Register, September 25, 1924.

Chapterette 10: A Love-Prospecting Henry Kyd Douglas Writes Tippie Boteler from a 2nd Virginia Infantry Encampment Amid the Worst Winter Weather Conditions in West Virginia, Yet Perhaps Unable to Warm Her Heart.

1. Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori.

2. Henry Kyd Douglas Papers, Duke University.

3. Small portion of a letter by Julia Allen February 11, 1862 – Virginia Military Institute Archives. Collection note: The original letter is privately owned. The owner provided the VMI Archives with a copy of the original and granted us permission to publish the letter on our website, so that its content could be made available to researchers.

Chapterette 11: March, 1862 – Freedom Comes Hard To Rezin Davis Shepherd and Almost Too Late; But Freedom Offered by Hugh Pendleton at Westwood to His Many Enslaved is the Long-Awaited Day.

1. Elizabeth Stockton Pendleton, “A Wartime Tragedy,” The Shepherdstown Register, September 25, 1924.

2. The Richmond Enquirer correspondent in Winchester reporting the number of enslaved driven from Harper’s Ferry after its capture by Confederates. – September 23, 1862.

3. Strother Diaries, p. 10.

4. Dandridge Account Books – Jefferson County Museum, Charles Town, WV.

5. James, Anne Hooff Farm Journals, Wednesday, March 12, 1862. Perry Collection, Charles Town Library.

6. Charles Aglionby, The Day Book.

7. Ibid.

8. 1860 Slave Schedules, Jefferson County, Virginia, United States Census.

9. A Young Northern Soldier’s Journey thru Jeff. in March 1862 – The Boteler Collection – Courtesy Ms. Leslie Keller.

10. Ibid.

11. Ailes, Tyler-McGraw, p. 52.

12. Jefferson County Death Records show the death December 6, 1858 of enslaved person, Mary Frances Thornton and reported by her owner, Hugh N. Pendleton.

13. A Young Northern Soldier’s Journey thru Jeff. in March 1862 – The Boteler Collection – Courtesy Ms. Leslie Keller.

14. History of the Corn Exchange Regiment, 118th Pennsylvania Volunteers, p. 642.

15. A Young Northern Soldier’s Journey thru Jeff. in March 1862 – The Boteler Collection – Courtesy Ms. Leslie Keller.

Chapterette 11a: Steve Dandridge Finally Gets a Uniform, James W. Allen Falls

1. A Young Northern Soldier’s Journey thru Jeff. in March 1862 – The Boteler Collection – Courtesy Ms. Leslie Keller.

2. Serena K. Dandridge undated letter, Dandridge Collection, Duke University.

3. Moore, p. 62.

4. Ibid., pp. 36-38.

5. Gaines’ Mill Battle.

Chapterette 12: The Battle of Antietam/Sharpsburg Repurposes the War and Fills Shepherdstown’s Structures with 5,000 Wounded . . . and the Echoes of Indelible Memories.

1. Elizabeth Stockton Pendleton, “A Wartime Tragedy,” The Shepherdstown Register, September 25, 1924.

2. Civil War Scholars, Decisions Sorely Missed.

3. Mitchell, p. 686.

4. Frye, “Harpers Ferry Under Fire – A Border Town in the American Civil War.”

5. Mitchell, p. 687.

6. Frye, “Harpers Ferry Under Fire – A Border Town in the American Civil War.”

7. Mitchell, p. 687.

8. Ibid. p. 690.

9. Dawes, p. 87.

10. Gordon, p. 82.

11. Mitchell, pp. 690-691.

12. Ted Hughes from “Crow’s Account of the Battle.”

13. Field Artillery in the American Civil War.

14. Williams, p. 127.

15. Neese, p. 125.

16. Gordon, p. 83.

17. Sears pp. 271-273.

18. Longstreet, pp. 251-252.

19. Sears, p. 396 fn. 22.

20. Alexander, p. 146.

21. Ted Hughes, “Crow’s Account of the Battle.”

22. Douglas, p. 175.

23. Mitchell, p. 691.

24. Ibid.

25. Netta Lee, pp. 15-16.

26. Mitchell, pp. 691-692.

27. Ibid.

28. Serena K. Dandridge undated letter, Dandridge Collection, Duke University.

29. “The Coral Island” (book).

30. Mitchell, p. 692.

31. J. F. J. Caldwell, p. 53.

32. Mitchell, p. 693.

33. Moore, pp. 156-157.

34. Serena K. Dandridge undated letter, Dandridge Collection, Duke University.

35. Mitchell, p. 695.

36. Letterman, p. 855 (p. 98 in Appendix). Reference to cared for Confederates just prior to “Table X.”

37. Hard, pp. 190-194.

38. Henrietta Lee to daughter Ida, October 3, 1862, Shepherd University Library.

39. Netta Lee, pp. 16-17.

40. Henrietta Lee to daughter Ida, October 3, 1862, Shepherd University Library.

Chapterette 13: September-October, 1862 – The Bower – “If these walls could talk”

1. “Serena Catherine Dandridge Memoir.” p. 73 – Dandridge Collection – Jefferson County Museum, Charles Town, WV.

2. Hotchkiss, p. 85.

3. Von Borcke pp. 183-186.

4. Von Borcke p. 190.

5. Charles Aglionby’s Farm Journal, p. 34.

6. Netta Lee, p. 12.

7. Ibid.

8. Peggy Vogtsberger. “This Fine Music.”

9. Blackford, pp. 161-162.

10. Blackford, pp. 158-159.

11. Von Borcke, pp. 202-203.

12. Von Borcke, p. 204.

13. Von Borcke, pp. 221-222.

14. Elizabeth Stockton Pendleton, “A Wartime Tragedy,” The Shepherdstown Register, September 25, 1924.

Chapterette 14: November 14, 1862 – Henry Kyd Douglas Writes Tippie Boteler . . Longingly.

1. Henry Kyd Douglas Papers, Duke University.

Chapterette 15: Thursday, December 11 – Monday, December 15, 1862 – Dudley Digges Pendleton, Tippie’s Future Husband, Vividly “Paints” the Battle of Fredericksburg, Va. including His Own Heroic Act.

1. The Boteler Collection – courtesy Ms. Leslie Keller.

Chapterette 16: December, 1862-April, 1863 in Jefferson County – The Calm Between Storms.

1. “The Day Book Kept By Charles Aglionby at Mount Pleasant, Charles Town, Jefferson County, Virginia.” 6 March, 1861 to 1 January, 1866.” – Jefferson County Museum, Charles Town, Wv.

2. Levin, p. 2.

3. Henrietta Bedinger Lee, Goldsborough Collection, Shepherd University Library.

Chapterette 17: George Bedinger on a Gettysburg Hill; Henry Kyd Douglas Falls.

1. Moore, p. 136.

2. The Dandridge and Boteler collections – Duke University.

3. The University Memorial: Biographical Sketches of Alumni of the University of Virginia who Fell in the Confederate War. pp. 477-478.

4. Casler, pp. 180-181.

5. Golladay, p. 530.

6. Obituary in The Lynchburg Virginian, July 21, 1863; Levin, p. 66.

7. Douglas, p. 250.

8. Levin, p. 67.

Chapterette 18: Tippie Boteler Recalls The Fight Near Fountain Rock in July, 1863; Kyd Douglas’ Letters to Tippie Don’t Take Hold.

1. Shepherdstown Register February 1, 1934.

2. Henry Kyd Douglas Papers, Duke University.

Chapterette 19: December 17, 1863 – Imprisoned Henry Kyd Douglas writes Tippie Boteler from his Deep-Frozen Island Prison on Johnson’s Island in Lake Erie.

1. Henry Kyd Douglas Papers, Duke University.

Chapterette 20: The United States Colored Troops’ Company G of the 19th Regiment Knocks on Henrietta Bedinger Lee’s Door at Bedford.

1. Jefferson County Historical Society Magazine, Volume LXII. December 1996.
Fragments of a Diary of Shepherdstown – Events During the War 1861-5.

2. Netta Lee Diary, pp. 8-11.

3. Service Records, United States Colored Troops. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).

4. Robert Summers – Curator/Webmaster for http://19usct.com

5. Ibid.

6. Service Records of the United States Colored Troops.

Chapterette 21: Spring, 1864 – Netta Lee Remembers Tom Beall and Kiziah and Kizzie’s “Secret Society.”

1. Netta Lee, pp. 25-29.

Chapterette 22: About April, 1864 Netta Lee Remembers Clever Horse Snatching by Her Brother.

1. Alexandra Lee Levin’s book “This Awful Drama” implies without specifying that this incident occurred in the spring of 1863. It has been placed in the spring of 1864 here, because Edmund Lee’s service record indicates that in April-May, 1864 Lee was on “horse detail.” The mentioned soldiers, Clemmons and Jones who were with him, also have service records showing their presence in April-May, 1864 in Shepherdstown was easily possible.

2. Netta Lee, pp. 23-24.

Chapterette 23: July 17-19, 1864 – The Three Burnings; David Hunter Torches Hunter Hill, Fountain Rock and Bedford While Their Families Watch and Become Homeless, Another Is Saved by Clever Dealings; Gen. David Hunter Planned Widespread Burnings; But Lincoln Took Operational Powers From Him.

1. Hunter to Halpine, Official Record Vol. 37, Part II. p. 367.

2. The Diaries of David Hunter Strother, p. 280, edited by Cecil Eby.

3. Rutherford, pp. 38-39.

4. Evans, p. 263.

5. Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln. Volume 7. p. 446.

6. The war of the rebellion: a compilation of the official records of the Union and Confederate armies. ; Series 1 – Volume 37 (Part II). pp. 374-375.

7. Ibid. p. 394.
Title: The war of the rebellion: a compilation of the official records of the Union and Confederate armies. ; Series 1 – Volume 37 (Part II).

8. The Diaries of David Hunter Strother, p. 280, edited by Cecil Eby.

9. Elizabeth Stockton Pendleton, “The Burning of Fountain Rock” The Shepherdstown Register, February 8, 1934.

10. Then eight-years-old. Augustine Morgan as retold by Anna Getzendanner, pp. 6-7.

11. Levin, pp. 11-12.

12. Letter, Tippie Boteler to her sisters – The Boteler Collection – courtesy Ms. Leslie Keller.

13. Henrietta Bedinger Lee, Goldsborough Collection, Shepherd University.

14. Danske Dandridge. pp. 27-29.

15. Letter, Henrietta Bedinger Lee, Goldsborough Collection, Shepherd University.

16. Netta Lee, pp. 29-34.

17. Augustine Morgan, as recorded by Anna Getzendanner, pp. 6-7

18. Copy, in Henrietta B. Lee’s handwriting, Goldsborough Collection, Shepherd University.

19. Letter, Tippie Boteler to her sisters – The Boteler Collection – courtesy Ms. Leslie Keller.

20. Ibid.

21. The Dandridge and Boteler Collections, Duke University.

22. The Boteler Collection – courtesy Ms. Leslie Keller.

Chapterette 24: The Journey of a Refugee by Netta Lee – The Lees Go To Clarke County.

1. Netta Lee, pp. 36-37.

2. Ibid. pp. 42-45.

Chapterette 24a Continued (slightly out of time sequence)

1. Netta Lee, pp. 45-47.

2. Ibid., pp. 48-53

3. Ibid. pp. 54-55.

4. Franklin G. Martindale, 1st New York Cavalry. Service and Veterans Records from the Civil War, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).

5. Netta Lee, pp. 55-56.

6. Ibid., pp. 61-63.

Chapterette 25: July 30, 1864 – The Burning of Chambersburg

1. Early’s interview with The Richmond State, June 22nd, 1887; The Wilmington Morning Star, North Carolina, Sunday, June 26, 1887. p. 478.
Lieutenant General Jubal Anderson Early C.S.A.
Autobiographical Sketch and Narrative of the War Between the States. Appendix.

2. Letter to The Philadelphia Inquirer, August 1, 1864.

3. (Subscription to service required:)Rocky Mountain News August 3, 1864.

4. (Subscription to service required:) Evening Post (New York, NY) August 2, 1864.

5. History of Franklin County, p. 386.

6. Evening Post (New York, NY) Aug. 2, 1864.

7. Public Opinion, July 30, 1886; History of Franklin County, p. 386.

Chapterette 26: GEN. PHIL SHERIDAN ADDS UP THE MAD CALCULUS OF WAR AND GETS “TOTAL WAR.”

1. David Hunter.

2. General Grant to Gen. Halleck – order stating “a crow would have to carry its own provender” on July 14, 1864: OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol. 40, Part 3 (Richmond, Petersburg); Chapter LII. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC. – UNION. p. 223.

3. Grant to Sheridan August 26, 1864 City Point, Va. The war of the rebellion: a compilation of the official records of the Union and Confederate armies. ; Series 1 – Volume 43 (Part I), p. 917.

4. Jed Morrison, “Sheridan’s Ride” The New York Times Opinionator, October 21, 2014.

5. Sheridan, pp. 487-488.

6. The war of the rebellion: a compilation of the official records of the Union and Confederate armies. ; Series 1 – Volume 43 (Part II), p. 308.

7. Rutherford, p. 39.

Chapterette 27-28: April, 1865 – THE WAR ENDS. Dudley Pendleton Returns Home with a Servant; George Slow Finds a New Life in Philadelphia.

1. Third Battle of Petersburg.

2. The Boteler Collection – courtesy Ms. Leslie Keller.

3. Ibid.

Chapterette 28: After The War and Tender Sprouts Appear, New Lives Unfold; Memories Blow Like a Breeze – Always.

continued from Chapterette 27:

4. Bushong, p. 188.

5. Kenamond, p. 122.

6. Arnold, Thomas Jackson. (1922). “The Lost Dispatch – A War Mystery.” Confederate Veteran, Volume 30, p. 317. (NOTE: Arnold was incorrect on one point. Douglas lived until 1903 and was serving as a courier during the Maryland Campaign for Gen. Jackson, and smoked cigars. Arnold says he was at the address by Rosser and wrote down his information on the following day).

7. Samuel Phillips Lee. wikipedia.org.

8. Pendleton-Boteler. Jefferson County Clerk Records, West Virginia. Marriage Records.

9. Year end letter The Goldsborough Collection.

10. Levin, pp. 190-193.

11. Julia Pendleton Allen GET ADD

12. Cooke, pp. 101-102.

13. Hamstead, Elsie. (2000). “One Small Village: Kearneysville 1842-1942.” Hagerstown, MD: Hagerstown Printing. Print.

15. The Boteler Collection

16. Ibid.

17, Ibid.

18. 1870 Census.

19. The Boteler Collection.

20. Shepherdstown Register, February 21, 1934.

21. Shepherdstown Register, December 21, 1933.

22. Shepherdstown Register, February 21, 1934.

23. Aglionby Farm Diary Vol. 1 p. 6.

24. U.S., Federal Census Mortality Schedules Index, 1850-1880.

25. The Goldsborough Collection, The Lee Society.

26. Ibid.

27. The Boteler Collection.

28. Shepherdstown Register, September, 1885.

29. Shepherdstown Register, August 26, 1886.

30. Thursday, November 22, 1888; Sun (Baltimore, MD) Volume: CIV Issue: 5 Page: 4. Local Matters
Date: Thursday, November 22, 1888. Paper: Sun (Baltimore, MD) Volume: CIV Issue: 5 Page: 4
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31. Bower Burns VFP ADD

32. Mary B. “Pink” Boteler Mason.

33. Shepherdstown Register, February 21, 1934.

34. July 14, 1896 – Fifty-year-old Edmund J. Lee findagrave ADD

35. Military Service Records National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).

36. Shepherdstown Register, October 13, 1898.

37. The Baltimore Sun, February 16, 1899.

The Late Colonel Morgan. a Popular Citizen of Jefferson County and a Gallant Soldier
Date: Thursday, February 16, 1899. Paper: Sun (Baltimore, MD) Volume: CXXIV Issue: 79 Page: 3.
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38. The Boteler Collection.

39. The Shepherdstown Register, May 8, 1903.

40. Levin, The Shepherdstown Good Newspaper, fall, 1985, p. 7.

41. Shepherdstown Register, October 22, 1914.

42. Helen Macomb Boteler Pendleton
Birth: May 4, 1840
Death: Oct. 20, 1914

43. Dandridge, p. 85.

44. The Cohongaroota, Shepherd College. 1915. pp. 97-98.

45. Netta Lee Goldsborough Burial.