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The Daily Dispatch: July 29, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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dmonds, in the hip; Triplett, thumb shot off; G. N. Myers, shot through the leg. Company B, Jefferson County.--Capt. V. N. Butler--Wounded--Private A. R. Botles wounded slightly on the knee by a piece of spent shell. Company C., Clarks County.--Capt. W. N. Nelson. --Killed--Privates George S. Whitter, Benjamin E. Grubbs, Scott Dishmar Wounded--Captain W. N. Nelson, severely wounded in the left breast; Corporal T. H. Randolph, wounded in left breast; Corporal Hibbard, thigh; Privates Basil Burnett, in the right shoulder; Alex Parkins, left arm Bush Fuller, in shoulder Samuel Ritter in neck, breast and arm; Adam Thompson, in the back; C. F. Whiting; left arm and stomach; J. E. Ware, left arm; John Welsh left breast; Noland, in the neck. Company D, Berkeley County--Captain J. Q. A. Nadenbousch--Killed.--Lieutenant Peyton R. Harrison. Sergeant Holmes A. Conrad, Privates H. Tucker Conrad and John Fryatt. Wounded.--Sergeant J. A. Dugan, in the thigh; Privates William Light, f