Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Colonel Hoke” in chapter 1.27, section c.1.27.108, page 250 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...rolina, was wounded, and had to leave the field.
The Adjutant of the 38th was also wounded, but nobly maintained his post until after dark.
Lieutenant-Colonel Armfield took command as soon as Colonel Hoke was wounded, which was soon after getting under fire.
Adjutant Miles M. Cowles received a wound from which he soon died, the regiment losing one of its bravest officers.
Lieutenant Covington, Com...
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