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The Daily Dispatch: July 2, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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monds. Company E.--Killed: R Maskell, R Coats, W H H Scrimger. Wounded: Serg't John Lambkin, Sergt J W Efford, T Willard, Wm Mealey, A Efford, R Dunnaway, V R Clark, J B Warwick, James J King, R Loving, H Purcell. Company F. Killed: Privates N T Cockrill, Wm Jones. Wounded: Corpl Wm Flint, Corpl L W Moore; Invates W H Covnson, seriously; F E Safety, J R Conts, Wm Griffith, Wm Worthington. Total wounded, 10. Company B.--Killed Jar F Allen, H T Cimlfield, Henry H Lamb. Wounded: Lt Clark, slightly in arm; Sgt M C North, slightly in leg; Corp'l James D Kumbrough, thigh Privates Patton, severely in lungs; J P Clark, both arms; R A Humlet, hand; B FClark, both arms; R A Humlet, hand; B F Gordon, legs Wia Rocback, spent ball in side; Thos Avery, head; Elisha Weeds, severely in head; J S Merrill, slightly in head; Calvin Edmeston, head; Cicero Kirksey, slightly in shoulder. Total killed, 3; wounded, 12 Company C.--Killed: R N Archibald, J. D Baines. F L Eatman, J B Maxwell, (color bearer.) T B Richardson, J Coll