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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.1 (search)
, 57, 48 (Major), 18, 13, 17, 4, 33, 23, 18, 26, II, 45, 55, 6, 5, 43, 23]: Regiment.battle.KilledWoundedMissingTotalRank in Number Lost 33d N. CNewbern32281442041 26th N. C.Newbern51072872 21st N. C. Front Royal259801 4th N. C.Fair Oaks, May 31-June 1, 627728663691 23d N. C.Fair Oaks, May 31-June 1, 621814561692 48th N. C.Oak Grove, June 25187088 1st N. C..Mechanicsville3610511422 20th N. C.Gaines' Mill70202272 15th N. C.Malvern Hill21110131 25th N. C.Malvern Hill221065133 35th NMay 31-June 1, 621814561692 48th N. C.Oak Grove, June 25187088 1st N. C..Mechanicsville3610511422 20th N. C.Gaines' Mill70202272 15th N. C.Malvern Hill21110131 25th N. C.Malvern Hill221065133 35th N. C.Malvern Hill89118127 49th N. C.Malvern Hill147516105 7th N. C.Seven Days352182531 18th N. C.Seven Days451792242 12th N. C. Seven Days5116012123 28th N. C.Seven Days19130149 37th N. C.Seven Days27111138 15th N. C.Crampton's Gap, Md1148124183 3d N. C.Sharpsburg462072531 48th N. C.Sharpsburg311862173 27th N. C.Sharpsburg311681994 13th N. C.Sharpsburg411491905 1st N. C.Sharpsburg18142160 15th N. C.Sharpsburg16143159 6th N. C.Sharpsburg10115125 49th N. C..Sharpsburg166177 57th N.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.59 (search)
relieved Johnson's front. Its loss in these two engagements was five officers and 121 men. On the afternoon of the 21st it moved to the right of the Courthouse, and made a reconnoissance, in which Lieutenant E. S. Edwards was killed and two men wounded. At Jericho Ford, on the 23d of May, the 28th advanced as far as any of the troops engaged, held its ground until relieved that night, and removed all its dead and wounded. Its loss was two officers and twenty-eight men. On the 31st of May, at Storr's farm, on Tottapottamoi creek, near Pole Green Church, it was engaged all day in heavy skirmishing and was under a terrible artillery fire. At the Second Cold Harbor it behaved as gallantly as it did at the first. It also behaved with its accustomed bravery at Riddle's Shop, June 13th; action three miles southeast of Petersburg, June 22d; action in front of Petersburg, June 23d; Gravel Hill, July 28th; Fussell's Mills, August 16th and 18th; and Ream's Station, August 25th.