Pines, with only about two hundred and twenty-five men, according to the statement of Captain A. T. Cole, who commanded Company D after the reorganization.
General Johnston having been badly woundedt loss sustained by the 23rd in the seven days of fighting was at Malvern Hill.
According to Captain Cole, of Co. D, the number of killed in this battle was about thirty; the Roster records the loss not so large, the number of wounded, by Captain Cole, was estimated at about seventy-five.
The number of the regiment engaged in this closing fight was between 150 and 175, officers and privates.
Sergeant-Major W. F. Gill, of Granville, was killed at Malvern Hill; Captain Cole, of Co. D, and Lieutenant Munday, of K, were wounded.
Adjutant Turner, of Granville, was wounded in the fight at Gainesty privates and two commissioned officers killed and from 125 to 150 wounded, as estimated by Captain Cole, formerly of Co. D, although the roster's report does not exceed fifty killed and seventy wou