Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Captain A. J. Bruner” in chapter 1.57 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...miles, not, however, without the loss of one of my most gallant and efficient officers, Captain Joseph Chenault, of Company B, who was shot through the body and died almost without breathing again.
Captain A. J. Bruner , of Company C, was shot through the foot about the same time.
This was all my loss on this part of the field.
That portion of my command sent to your assistance sustained some loss.
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