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on the twenty-ninth of September at Fort Gilmer. Field and Staff.--Killed — None. Wounded — None. Company A, Captain J. H. Greanor commanding.--Killed--Lieutenant R. E. Mills. Wounded--Privates Cornelius Graham, severely in hand — in hands of enemy; Dennis H. White, slightly in head. Company B. Sergeant John D. Hansom commanding.--Killed — None. Wounded--Privates J. F. Johnson, in hand; H. L. Poole, in thing; J. J. Gains, in hand; David Thomas, in hand. Company C, Lieutenant C. D. Anderson commanding.--Killed — None. Wounded — None. Company D, Lieutenant McIntosh commanding, Killed — None. Wounded--Private Morris, slightly in thigh. Company E, Lieutenant James L. Bray commanding.--Killed — none. Wounded--Privates J. W. Bradberry, severely in head; W. H. Hubbard, in hand; B. W. Palmer, slightly in arm. Company F, Lieutenant Thomas H. Harris commanding.--Killed — None. Wounded--Private H. M. Lee, slightly in arm. "Company G, Lieutenan
The Daily Dispatch: October 1, 1864., [Electronic resource], Letter from the Commander of Fort Gaines. (search)
Letter from the Commander of Fort Gaines. The Mobile Advertiser publishes some extracts from a letter from Colonel C. D. Anderson, who surrendered Fort Gaines, and is now in prison at New Orleans. The letter is to his wife, and is given to the public in defence of Colonel Anderson's fame He says: I was compelled to suColonel Anderson's fame He says: I was compelled to surrender Fort Gaines through feelings of mercy for my officers and men, who earnestly appealed to me. The position was utterly untenable, the fleet having passed and an overwhelming force besieging by land, the only three guns with which I could have responded to the fleet disabled, my picked line driven back to the last notch, the The Yankees will not allow us to do so, because they say they cannot control the ladies. Verily, a more loyal people to the South cannot be found. I will write you in my next of my condition here which is anything but pleasant. I am quite well at present. My love to all. Affectionately, your husband. C. D. Anderson.