Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mt. Sterling” in chapter 1.57, section c.1.57.64, page 267 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...Eastern Kentucky, rejoined the regiment.
They had suffered much loss on the raid.
Captain Robt. B. Terrill and Lieutenant Seth Maupin, of Company E, were both severely wounded in the hot fight at Mt. Sterling (March 21, 1863), and had to be left there.
Captain Terrill, who was shot through both legs, did not recover from his wounds until several years after the war was over.
April 19, 1862, Colonel ...
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