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Company I.--Killed, First Sergeant W. L. Journey; Private Edward Banks. Wounded, Color--Corporal Henry Cluncher, severely; Privates Thomas Paine, severely; Jas. H. Danner, severely; D. McKean, severely; R. Parsons, severely; F. Ruport, severely; Jerome Foley, severely; Corporal William Ganger, slightly; Privates H. A. Smiley, slightly; W. T. Harrison, slightly; Gottliff Shendel, slightly, George Cook, slightly. Company K.--Killed, Capt. C. C. Cloutman; Corporal James Berkley; Privates James Blake, William Kirkpatrick, John Hampton, W. H. H. Whitney; brass band, S. H. Phillips. Wounded, Privates E. G. Vaugn, severely; David Cook, severely; James West, arm broken; Corporal S. S. Sheever, leg broke; Sergeant B. H. Hammitt, severely; Privates A. S. Thompson, severely; Thomas Gallagher, slightly; W. H. Goodall, slightly; T. D. Holmes, slightly; David Sergent, slightly; Sergeant T. M. Cook, slightly. Recapitulation.--Killed, forty-one; wounded, one hundred and fifty-seven--tot
ize and bear them on with the regiment. Acting-Quartermaster Goodrich, ever faithful to his trust, a brave soldier, was shot by my side, through the head. To the gallant Adjutant Phillips, of the Seventieth Ohio, and his forty brave men, I am under obligations for their support to our decimated lines. I need only say their noble bearing, while under my command, is deserving of the highest praise. Their regiment and State may well feel proud of them. I also desire to mention Sergeant-Major Blake, and the color-guard, for their brave and meritorious conduct. I cannot close, Sir, without offering my congratulations to the Colonel commanding the brigade, for the glorious victory achieved by our forces here, and the distinguished part borne by himself. I append herewith a list of casualties in my command on the sixth and seventh instant. Respectfully submitted. I have the honor to remain, Your obedient servant, T. E. G. Ransom, Colonel Commanding Eleventh Illinoi
was wid. of Thomas, prob. a bro. of John (1), and dau. of Richard Cutter—see Outer Book, 35; Wyman, 346. 3. Edward, prob. s. of John (1), had here Thomas, b. 8, bap. 11 June, 1749; Sarah, b. 29 Oct., bap. 12 Nov. 1752; Elizabeth, b. 5, bap. 19 Jan. 1755; Ruth, b. 25 Oct., bap. 6 Nov. 1757. Susanna, w. of Edward, d. 23 June, 1772. Edward m. Wid. Elizabeth Stearns, 7 Dec. 1775. and d. 16 June, 1793, a. 83. See Wyman's Charlestown, 347, Nos. 11 and 17. Susanna, perhaps his dau., m. James Blake, of Boston, 29 Nov. 1773. Abigail, d. 26 May, 1768, a. 5. 4. Richard, a gr.—s. of Rebecca (2), o. c. here 24 Nov. 1751. His w. Mehitable was adm. to Pct. ch. 24 Sept. 1758. Had James, b. 24 Nov., bap. 1 Dec. 1751; Samuel, b. 28 Nov., bap. 3 Dec. 1753; dau., stillborn, 3 June, 1756; Richard, bap. 14 May, 1758,d. 25 Feb. 1759, a. 10 mos.; Mehitable (twin with Richard), bap. 14 May, 1758, d. soon; Mehitable, or (Mehittabel, bap. 1 Feb. 1761. Richard the father d. at Kittery, in the ar
Presentments by the Grand Jury. --The following true bills for felony were found by the Grand Jury yesterday: Chas. Amey, Richard L. Bohannon, Francis P. Blair, Jr., Jas. Blake. Leno Eacho, Jno. A. Faris, Geo. W. Farrell, Margaret Folin, Robert S. Ford, M. Fitzgerald, Michael Harrington, Chas. J. Mitchell, Jno. Smith, Chas. Pedrick. John G. Scott, John Downey, Susan Smith, Carter Tadlock, Wm. Elliott, John Postower, Wm. J. Walker, George Weill, Richard F. Williams. Mary Taylor, sent to the Grand Jury on the charge of larceny, was discharged, the jury not finding sufficient evidence, to send her before the Court. The Grand Jury then adjourned to meet again on Monday next.