iel Hartsell, W R Bosswell, Patrick McEvoy, L Berhitz, Thos Buckingham, Patrick Stout, C C Brooks, C C Whitford, John Elliott, O P Sallsgiver, Alexander Joyce, Thomas Moren, Mike Dorsey, L a Garin, a G Gibson, L B Jones, Jno Hardin, Wm Daniels, Wm Carter, Thomas Phillips, James Campbell, D W Statin, Jas M Hugh, W H Rutherford, L B Thomason, E F Lyle, John Wyatt, E M Balley, W V Ray, S R miles, B Sharp, H Carter, W J Mille, C C Jones, S G Carey, Jas Moseling, G W Cottell, Fred Walter, O T WilkinCarter, W J Mille, C C Jones, S G Carey, Jas Moseling, G W Cottell, Fred Walter, O T Wilkinson, John C Hickey, John long, R Gainer, T M Merritt, J T Marshall, T J Dougherty, G H Carrin, Jas Green, Alfred Renfrew.
the following is a list of the Confederate killed and wounded, taken from the same source:
Killed--Privates Douglas, McCabe, Lee, Callahan, Boswell, and Pinkston.
Wounded--Corporals Renfrew, McEvoy, Selkirk, Centre, and five others — all being members of regiment or companies enlisted in Tennessee.
It is believed that others were killed at the time the Essex woke