Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Colonel Thomas H. Owen” in chapter 78, section c.78.233, page 349 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12.:
The guns were firing over the heads of his company, and a piece of wood from the shrapnel struck him on the scalp, killing him instantly.
Lieutenant-Colonel Morgan, of the First Virginia, and Colonel Thomas H. Owen , of the Third, and Major Graves, of the Second, behaved with fine spirit.
These four regiments and the battery worked together always with great harmony and good feeling.
Captain Peter Fountain, ...
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