Statistics for occurrence #1 of “private P. B. Boughner” in chapter 93, page 296 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 5.:
...d, wounded or captured.
Captain Pepper's company of Bracken Home Guards lost three killed, and two wounded very severely.
The killed: Second Lieut. Henry Myer, Fourth Sergeant George Walker, and private P. B. Boughner .
Wounded: C. Ledrer and William Hill.
We suffered severely from shots by the citizens from their windows.
Capt. Pepper was calm during the action, encouraging his men by word and example.
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