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lison, D H Carroll, W F Dye, W K Hackot, Robt McCaw, H R Neal, Jas Wood, R R Robinson. O P Barron, W A Fewet, W W East, G T Hall, John Kersey, severely; Sergt J M Adams, Corp G L McElwee, privates J J Coward, D M Hope, F Jeffreys, C C Roberts, W E Rose, T C Williams, J S K Sims, slightly. Missing: H Surratt. Company H, CaptaSmith. Company G; Capt Grillin--Wounded: M H Riley, Thos Saxon. Company H, Captain Plane--Killed: J W Grace. Wounded: Sergt S Sutton, G W Williford, J M Adams, J T Adams, J J McMullen, W L Spurlin. Company I, Capt Barclay--No casualties. Company K, Capt Lotten--Wounded: M Kenan, Asa Dansford, In action 23 Adams, J J McMullen, W L Spurlin. Company I, Capt Barclay--No casualties. Company K, Capt Lotten--Wounded: M Kenan, Asa Dansford, In action 23 officers, 484 privates, Sum of casualties: Killed, 22; Wounded, 69, missing, 7 Total, 98. The foregoing is a correct list of casualties. A. W. Rowland, Act'g Adj't. Casualties in 13th Alabama regiment. Company A, Capt J D Clarke, commanding. Killed: None. Wounded: Privates A Gullett, slightly, W L Haye, slightly.
Kennedy, J A McCanlly, A C Nickolls, J Silk, Jas Harper, M P Stewmank, Jes F Free, H W Story B Y Franklin, J H Wright, W W Allen, J J Wimpush, W R Gwin, H L Britt, J W Streete, E M Thompson, C B Deshear, M McCall, T G Prather. Company C. Sixth North Caroline (Capt ) --Serg't Barringer, Privates A Blackwinder, Wm. . Wounded — William Cauble W Miller,-- Eastleman, W Smith, J A Holt, Wm Carriter, Pink Thomason, G A Starrett. Missing and supposed to be killed — Serg Wm R Owens, Private Wm S Sain. Maryland Estates. This company was attached to Gen. Pettigrew's brigade. The casualties are as follows: Killed — Timothy Mally, Alex Craig. Wounded — Lewis Slanghter, George Goddard, Stephen Halbig, slightly. Wounded at Mr. G. Z. Miles, on Canal Sybert, between First and second streets. J P Adams, Company H, Sixth Georgia regiment. J S Renfrow, Company G, Twelfth Alabama regiment. G D Carter, Company E, Twenty-seventh Georgia regi