Statistics for occurrence #1 of “A. T. Cole” in chapter 1.16 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:

... artillery were. From divers causes, sickness mainly, the regiment was able to go into action at Seven Pines, with only about two hundred and twenty-five men, according to the statement of Captain A. T. Cole , who commanded Company D after the reorganization. General Johnston having been badly wounded at Seven Pines, General Robert E. Lee was now in command. After Seven Pines, the boys went into camp ...
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