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.:
... engagement, twenty-seven were either killed or wounded.
About 420 men belonging to the regiment were engaged in the fight, the others being on picket.
The loss was 152 in killed and wounded.
Colonel Hoke in his report speaks in highest terms of the conduct of Captain B. H. Sumner, A. C. S., Sergeant-Major D. M. McIntyre, John Young, an attache to the regiment, and Edward Goldsmith, a drill master.
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