Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Colonel Young” in chapter 1.15, section c.1.15.81, page 148 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:

... a company front at the run. The Dougherty Hussars of Albany (who were cut to pieces), leading the Fulton Dragoons, of Atlanta, next, then the Richmond Hussars, his favorites always, and as we passed Colonel Young , he was lying, surrounded by dead and wounded men and horses, in front of a little country church, his dead horse pinning him to the ground. As we came by at full speed, his clarion voice rang out ...
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