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The Daily Dispatch: June 7, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ett.--Wounded: Capt Ward, S D Robertson, J N Adam, J T Botum. H. D Bishop, Ro Elliott, Chas Hatm, J H McGebee, R W Terry, J F Williams, J W Davis, J A Albritton, S R Slann, L C Balch, J L Casey, A Hay, J N Lowe, V A Simmons, Robt Young, A J Turrentine, D M Murray. Company G, "Natchez Fencibles," Capt T A Wilson, commanding — Killed: 3d Lieut A L Butts; Privates T J Carter, J L Collier, D Mulvehill, G Mullen. Wounded: Thos Bradley, S House, M Higgins, C Marsh, T S Redd, Geo Underwood, Wm Conner, M Haley, T J V Lieaud, Thos Powell, W H Hite, 1st Lieut T Q Munce, Corp'l W H H Wilson, Corpl Ed Scadamore. Missing: George Mariner. Company H, "Charile Clarke Rifles," Capt R R Applewhite — Killed: Lieut D F McComick; Privates A J Davis, B F Headwick, Paron Glover. Wounded: E Douglas, W W Newsom; John Turner, Dennis Brown, Samuel King, R B Thidford Corpl Applewhite, B Robertson, L Q Fairman, F Krauss, H Eweing, Frank McQueen. Company I, "Durant Rifles," Capt Vawter. Killed: