Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Lieutenant Edward G. Rawlings” in chapter 1.18, section c.1.18.69 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32.:
...rmy numbered over 70,000; his loss was over 20,000 and thirty pieces of artillery.
Lee's numbered about 50,000; his loss was 8,000.
The loss in our brigade was small.
Amongst the killed was Lieutenant Edward G. Rawlings , commanding F. Company.
He was as good a soldier as the war produced, a magnificent specimen of manhood, tall and erect, over six feet in his stockings, weighing about two hundred pounds, with endu...
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