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The Daily Dispatch: June 18, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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st S C, Co. B, Gordonsville; George Longtby, Chews's Va battery, Richmond; Miles Dorman, 2d Va, Co. C. Richmond; Wm Davis, 4th Va. Co. K, Richmond; James Ponton, 2d Va, Co. C. Richmond; Geo Denton, 2d Va, Co. C; Richmond; Henry Salmon. White's batt, Co. B Richmond; W Hubbard, White's batt, Co. B, Richmond; Chat Wilson, 7th Va, Co. G, Richmond; P Nath, 9th Va, Co. G Gordonsville; Wm Price, 6th Va, Co. R. Richmond; John Lamar, 6th Va, Co. E Richmond; Jas Keatts, 6th Va, Co. G, Richmond; Chas Carter, 2d Va, Co. D, Richmond; James Ashell 2d N C, Richmond; John Williams, 1st S C, Co. G, Gordonsville; John Crawford, 1st S C, Co. A, Richmond; Samuel Hampton, 63d N C, Co. K Richmond, Henry Wagoner, Brathed's battal, Gordonsville; lease Currell, 9th Va, Co. D, Richmond; Mitton Youns. Breathed's batt, Gordonsville; John Thompson, 6th Va, Co. I, Gordonsville; Robert Hogan, 11th Va, Co. D, Richmond; Henry Keister, 11th Va, Co. F. Richmond; sergt Robert Gament 2d N C, Co. F, Gordonsville; Ri
L. DeW Ogden. Wounded--Privates Wm. P. Smith, leg amputated;--McNamee, leg amputated Geo Booker, seriously in leg, Henry L. Terrill, painfully in both legs and arm; Somerville Gray, Jno. W. Pleasants, Chas. Poindexter, Henry Kepler, and Thos. J. Mason, all slightly. The wounded are all doing well. The company was in the fights of the 2d and 3d insts. Purcell Battery of Richmond. Killed--Private Weaver, of Page co. Wounded — Serg't Hammond, arm broken, privates Tyree Fuqua, arm broken, Jas Mahoney, leg; Chas Carter, thigh, Valentine Brown, head and shoulder. This list is up to 5 o'clock P. M. of Friday's fight. Woolfolk's Battery, of Hanover — Killed Privates Chas Hawkins, Wm. A Bolton; Jos. Terrill. Wounded: Capt Woolfolk, severely in the arm; Corporal Keiningham, seriously, privates Southard, mortally; Wm. Gob, J. O. Mason, Samuel Mills, C. Bristow, Richard Harper, J Suead, Rufus Hancock, A J South, Jos. Haskins,--Jackson, missing. Thomas Howarth, supposed killed