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The Daily Dispatch: June 4, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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. Wounded and left on the field: Priv Sylvanus Brooks and Robt T Conely. Wounded slightly: Lieuts James R Love and A W Boyan, Corp'l D M Raby and A J Patterson, Priv N Childers, F M Brown, John L Davis, W E Parris, and N H H Burns. Company B--Wounded: Priv Thos Gregory, arm broke; Wilson Webb, slightly, in shoulder. Missing: E H Keith. Company C--Wounded: Lieut R B Johnston, slightly; Priv W J Edney, slightly; Jacob Robinson, seriously, in the side; S T Wilson, hand shot off; Henry Allen, seriously, in thigh; J M Hall, Logan Thomason, and Mc McCurry, slightly. Missing: Wilson Hawkins. Company D--Killed: Priv Jos T Womack. Wounded: Orderly Serg't Geo Keon, both thighs, broken, and left on the field; Privates J L Floyd, arm broke; J P Burges, slightly, in breast; W M Wall, seriously, in the side; Pink Martin, seriously, in the head; J C Webb, slightly, in the shoulder; K C Blanton, slightly, in shoulder; W H Cooper, slightly, hip; Riley Baley, extent of wounds not kn
ere not strong enough to hold it. General Hatton was in advance of his brigade, and had his horse shot under him. He then went in on foot, but in a short time was shot through the heart by a piece of shell, which killed him instantly. Col. Gardner, of the 7th Tenn; Lt. Col Shackelford, of the 1st Tenn, and Major McGaughlin, of the 1st, had their horses shot under them in this charge. Adjutant G. A. Howard, of the 7th Tenn., was wounded in the shoulder. Of the same regiment, Capts. Dowell, Allen, Fry, Walsh, Franklin, Shepherd, and Curd, were wounded; also, Lts. Timberlick, Jennings, Doak, Allison, Durett, and Baird, were wounded; Lt. Ingraham was killed. The 7th Tennessee lost 17½ men in killed, wounded and missing; the 1st, 89, and the 14th, 125. The Tennessee brigade, with the other forces, remained on the field that night. Gen. Hatton's body will be carried to Tennessee today. The 9th Virginia. From an officer in this regiment, we learn that it was in advance in Satu