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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, Index of names of persons. (search)
57 Allen, A. G., 236 Allen, Abraham, 2 Allen, B. G., 2 Allen, Bowen, 2 Allen, C. F., 204, 502 Allen, C. G., 377 Allen, C. J. F., 397 Allen, D. S., 377 Allen, Daniel, 580 Allen, David, Jr., 204 Allen, E. A., 204 Allen, E. C., 397 Allen, E. D., 571 Allen, E. D., 236 Allen, F. B., 2 Allen, G. D., 236 Allen, G. E., 4 Allen, G. F., 573 Allen, G. O., 4 Allen, G. W., 4 Allen, H. C., 580 Allen, J. A., 236 Allen, J. A. P., 204 Allen, L. P., 457 Allen, N. B., 236 Allen, N. P., Allen, E. D., 236 Allen, F. B., 2 Allen, G. D., 236 Allen, G. E., 4 Allen, G. F., 573 Allen, G. O., 4 Allen, G. W., 4 Allen, H. C., 580 Allen, J. A., 236 Allen, J. A. P., 204 Allen, L. P., 457 Allen, N. B., 236 Allen, N. P., 4 Allen, P. D., 236 Allen, R. W., 4 Allen, S. P., 605 Allen, Sarah, 601 Allen, Sherman, 4 Allen, T. O., 204 Allen, W. B., 236 Allen, W. B., 236 Allen, W. C., 236 Allen, W. C., 580 Allen, W. D., 4 Allen, W. E., 580 Allen, W. H., 236 Allen, W. I., 204, 236, 502 Allen, William, 397, 502 Alley, F. C., 4 Alley, J. B., 610 Alley, J. H., 397 Alley, L. F., 236 Alley, W. A., 236 Allls, J. W. C., 580 Allyn, W. B., 236 Almey, G. B., 4 Almy, Allen, 236, 397 Almy, J. W., 4 Almy, Jac
urn, was 5,221. After Van Cleve's rout, according to Rosecrans, the onset of the Confederates was met by two brigades of Negley's division and the Pioneer brigade; which, by the return published at that time, were 5,520 strong. Breckinridge made the assault with a force of 4,500, of all arms, and lost 1,700 killed, wounded and missing. Among the dead Tennesseeans were the gallant Col. P. D. Cunningham, Thirty-second regiment; Capt. John Dick and Lieut. Samuel M. Smith, Eighteenth; Capt. Edward Allen, Twenty-sixth; Lieuts. J. L. Proffitt and J. M. Saylors, Twenty-eighth; Capt. J. W. Watkins and Lieut. F. B. Crosthwait, Twentieth. Seven of the ten captains of the Eighteenth; Lieut.-Col. J. L. Bottles and Maj. R. M. Saffell, Twenty-sixth; Adjt. John M. Douglass and Sergt.-Maj. Fletcher R. Burns, Eighteenth, were wounded. Colonel Palmer stated that after five color-bearers of the Eighteenth had been shot down, Logan H. Nelson, a private soldier of Company C, gallantly sprang forward,
of a very destructive character in point of property burnt up, but was attended with great human suffering.--We have already heard of some ten or twelve who were severely hurt, and it is feared that there are still others buried beneath the ruins. Those enumerated below were mostly inured by the falling of the East wall of the building adjoining Lumpkin's store, which was occupied by Mrs. Miller. Their names are: Herman Paul, fireman, badly bruised; A. B. Parks, fireman, severely; Edward Allen, fireman, severely; S. S. Carter, fireman, severely; and Andrew L Tensor, fireman, slightly.--Four other firemen, whose names we could not learn, were slightly injured. Messrs. G. W. and W. J. Lumpkin were also injured — the former having his left arm severely mashed, and the latter receiving a severe sprain in the back. A soldier, named George Myers. belonging to Hampton's Legion, had his leg broken, besides receiving a severe contusion over his left temple. Another soldier w
The injured at the late fire. --Edward Allen, one of the firemen, who was injured at the fire which took place on Franklin street Thursday morning, died from the effects of his injuries yesterday. M. Kinseila, company H. 6th Ala, who was injured at the same time, in the opinion of his physicians, cannot possibly recover.--Yesterday he was vomiting blood and matter during the day, and there was every indication of speedy dissolution. As far as we could learn, the rest of the injured men were doing well.