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The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of casualties in the recent battles before Richmond. (search)
nson; W D Raymer, L A Ranels, E Barkley, e May, J N Brotherton, J C. Turner, H T Johnson. Company D.--Killed: Private William Boyett.--Wounded: Privates H W Thompson, J B Lane, W J Roberts, R. W. Hugings. Company F.--Wounded: Lieut Simmis; Sgt Fitzgerald. Company G.--Killed: W H. Owen. Wounded. Sgt S L Sharke; Privates Jacob Wagner, p S Rose, Henry Turner, J H Whitlock. Company H.--Killed: Gorp'l J P Maiden, privates G W Burton, j M Mize. Wounded: Corp'l J O Smith; privates Dn Ball, B C Diion, M F Walker, J G powell, A N Steel, J York, L Lamberts. Company K.--Killed: Privates paul Barger, Geo Cauble, James Solemon. Wounded: Privates Alfred C Carter. Wm Morris, J F Thompson. The regiment went into the battle with 130 effective men. Killed 8, wounded 16--Total 51. Casualties in Company a; 5th battalion Alabama Volunteers, on the 28th and 29th June, 1862. Killed: Lt D W. Hustid, Orderly Sergt J H Boyle Sergt. J. W. Wrenn; Sergt. E. L Houston, Cor