Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Wm. H. Johnston” in chapter 1.16, page 169 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:

...Gettysburg. It must have been a small command at that battle, although it exhibited the nerve and endurance of a host. Its Adjutant, Junius French, was killed there, and among the killed also was Wm. H. Johnston , Captain of Co. K, while the roster places the killed of privates and non-commissioned officers at about fifty-five, and eighty-nine wounded, and fifty-three among the captured and missing. Among t...
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