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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Battle of Ocean Pond, Florida. (search)
ng Sixty-Fourth Georgia vol. unteers, and Colonel Duncan L. Clinch, commanding Fourth Georgia cavalry, were wounded while bravely performing their duty. Lieutenant-Colonel Barron, Sixty-fourth Georgia volunteers, and Captain Camron, commanding, and Lieutenant Dancy, of the First Georgia regulars; also Lieutenant Holland, commandin nobly; Colonel Evans, commanding Sixty-fourth Georgia, and Captain Crawford, commanding the Twenty-eighth Georgia, both gallant officers, were wounded. Lieutenant-Colonel Barron, of Sixty-fourth Georgia, a brave and gallant officer received a fatal shot while gallantly attempting to rally his men. Captain Wheaton and the officersd in arm, slightly. Sixty-fourth Georgia Volunteers--Captain C. S. Jenkins Commanding. Colonel J. W. Evans, wounded in right thigh, severely. Lieutenant-Colonel James Barron, killed. Major W. H. Weems, wounded in left leg, severely. Captain B. W. Craven, Company A, wounded in head, slightly. Lieutenant J. S. Thras