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The Daily Dispatch: July 13, 1863., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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ded, company C, Capt. Halliman and Lieut. Dooley, both wounded and missing; company D, Capt. Norton, Lieuts. Reeve, Keiningham, and Blair, all wounded; company H, Capt. Watkins, Lieuts. Cuball and Martin, all wounded; company I, Lieuts. Ballon and Caho, the latter wounded. Wm. Mitchell, son of John Mitchell, in command of the color guard of the regiment, is wounded and missing. Lieut. Blair, of company D, commanded the skirmishers. We have been unable to get a list of the privates killed and Private Gentry, in leg. Company H.--Capt. H. A. Walkins, severely wounded in thigh; Lieut. E. W. Martin, in the head; Lieut. Cabell, in the head; Private Daniels, severely wounded and missing Theodore Martin, severely in thigh. Company I.--Lt. Caho, severely wounded and missing. Lt. Ballon, of this company, was the only officer in the regiment who escaped uninjured. In nearly if not all of the above companies there were casualties among the privates — some killed, some wounded, and o