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The Daily Dispatch: June 9, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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lightly, leg; Privates J L Banks, arm, slightly; W R M Jones, shoulder; Russell Ross, flesh wound, leg: T J Wadsword, back of neck; J R Jordan, flesh wound, thigh; J S Alkin, thigh and head; J B Creamer, flesh wound, thigh; J B Copeland, wrist; Flem Brown, flesh wound, thigh; J S Lipsey, finger shot off; W J Brook, high broken; J W Boyd, two fingers off; W J Foster, shoulder; W H Means, shoulder; T J Howard, thigh, slightly; E J Fowler, bruised hip by bomb: Serg J C Adamans, hand and face, sligh Company E.--Killed: Corp'l W E Winstanley. Company F.--Killed: 1st Sergt M J Carson. Privates J W Davis. Wounded: Privates B Kornegay, since dead; G L Mayberry. D A Griffin, Henry Davis, John Moses, F James, R Hogan, John Henry, W W H Brown, N Smitherman, Wm Green, Geo Woodruff, L Taylor, J N Suttle, slight; Wm Childers Company G.--Wounded: Privates Geo W Brewer, leg amputated; David C Cox. Company H.--Missing: Private John Lano, reported to be wounded; Private J A Allen.
Andrew Johnson, of Tennessee. --The telegraph brings a report of the killing of this or at Nashville. We sincerely hope it may prove true. The George Brown, named in the telegram, is probably a son of ex-Governor N Brown, who was recently arrested and thrown into prison by Jackson's order.