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The Daily Dispatch: June 27, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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eft leg amputated; L J Cotton, co K, 14th; John Kyle, co B, 14th; James B Guy, co H, 14th, slight wound in left arm; P H Reese and F J Roeves, 13th, Gordon's Brigade; W H Hardy, co K, 13th; J T C Attoway, co B, 81st; J D Brantly, co F, 36th; James Carrington, co I, 13th; John Gruss, 44th; Jackson Campbell, co B, 44th; Notly Larrharr, co I, 45th, slight wound; Charlie A Taylor, co I, 4th, wounded left arm and shoulder; Thomas A Waranack, co A, 25th. North Carolina troops. W G Connell, corks, co B, 31st; D Rosenbaum, co H, 37th; J W Racer, Fry's battery, left leg amputated, died May 27th; 1st Lieut John Latany, co I, 9th cav, wounded in breast; Virgil Carrol, Montgomery battery, Page's battalion, wounded in left leg; Jno N Aid, Carrington's battery, wounded and died May 23d; Jno W Douglass, White's battalion, Rosser's cav, died May 16th; Lieut N S Moseley, wounded in both thighs, and in the hands of the enemy; Wm J Morris, co I, 23d, wounded in the left shoulder; T J Shelton, of