Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lieutenant Charles Minnigerode, Jr.” in chapter 83 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12.:

...any fields, his cool courage causing him often to be employed in duties not immediately pertaining to his office. I deeply regret being obliged to mention the dangerous wounding of my aide-de-camp, Lieutenant Charles Minnigerode, Jr. One of the last minie-balls that whistled on its cruel errand over the field of Appomattox passed entirely through the upper part of his body. He fell at my side, where for three long years he had ...
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