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Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., chapter 48 (search)
John Hayes, Coxswain; James Devine, Landsman; Geo. H. Russell, Armorer; Patrick McKeever, Nathan Ives and Dennis McCarty, Landsmen; John Boyle and John C. Woodberry, Ordinary Seamen; Geo. E. Reed, Seaman; James Morey, Ordinary Seaman; Benedict Drury and William Giles, Seamen; Timothy Hurley, Ship's Cook; Michael Conroy, Ordinary Seaman; Levi W. Nye and James H. Lee, Seamen; John E. Brady, Ordinary Seaman; Andrew J. Rowley, Quarter-Gunner; James Bradley, Seaman; Wm. Ellis, Captain-of-Hold; Henry Cook, Captain-of-Afterguard; Charles A. Reed and William S. Morgan, Seamen; Joshua E. Carey, Sailmaker's-Mate; James Magee, Ordinary Seaman; Benj. S. Davis, Officer's Cook; John F. Bickford, Coxswain; Wm. Gurney, Seaman; Wm. Smith, Quartermaster; Lawrence T. Crowley, Ordinary Seaman; Hugh McPherson, Gunner's-Mate; Taran Phillips, Ordinary Seaman; Joachim Pease, Seaman; Benj. H. Blaisdell and Joel B. Blaisdell, First-Class Firemen; Charles Fisher, Officer's-Cook; James Henson, Wm. M. Smith, Win.
Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War., Petty officers and crew. (search)
John Hayes, Coxswain; James Devine, Landsman; Geo. H. Russell, Armorer; Patrick McKeever, Nathan Ives and Dennis McCarty, Landsmen; John Boyle and John C. Woodberry, Ordinary Seamen; Geo. E. Reed, Seaman; James Morey, Ordinary Seaman; Benedict Drury and William Giles, Seamen; Timothy Hurley, Ship's Cook; Michael Conroy, Ordinary Seaman; Levi W. Nye and James H. Lee, Seamen; John E. Brady, Ordinary Seaman; Andrew J. Rowley, Quarter-Gunner; James Bradley, Seaman; Wm. Ellis, Captain-of-Hold; Henry Cook, Captain-of-Afterguard; Charles A. Reed and William S. Morgan, Seamen; Joshua E. Carey, Sailmaker's-Mate; James Magee, Ordinary Seaman; Benj. S. Davis, Officer's Cook; John F. Bickford, Coxswain; Wm. Gurney, Seaman; Wm. Smith, Quartermaster; Lawrence T. Crowley, Ordinary Seaman; Hugh McPherson, Gunner's-Mate; Taran Phillips, Ordinary Seaman; Joachim Pease, Seaman; Benj. H. Blaisdell and Joel B. Blaisdell, First-Class Firemen; Charles Fisher, Officer's-Cook; James Henson, Wm. M. Smith, Win.
F Brogdon, W M Cardwall, R M Dyess, W, F Grimes, R W T Horn, A D Matheny, Thos Reades, W F Winslow. Wounded, mortally. Captain E Tucker, private James Matheny. Wounded, slightly: Sergt M J Horn, Corp'l E L Horn, T H Bryan, Henry Fowler; privates Henry Cook, G W Circy G W Dyess, W Dyess, A D Lowery, W J McNeal, W T Pi E L Rhodes W H Shields, John Strowd, lst Lieut J T Davis. Company E.--Wounded: Serg'ts D' Cunningham, slightly; M Murphy, severely; Corp I F M Edwards, slightly; Privates Lyies, Privates Samuel Stevenson. J B Warfield. Wounded severely: E P Alten, W R Counts, J H Glenn, W P Gray, A T Holley, W W Hunt, W H Kerr, Serg R W Brice. Wounded slightly: Serg J T Rynum, Privates W Boyce Simonton, J A Brics, T S Brice, R M Cook, J H Crosby, J L Dys J Garrick J D Grissom, A Grubbs, J F Joyner, H McCormick, W B Norris, T R Sterling, W M Young, J B Blackledge. Company I, Capt Crosbey.--Killed: None. Wounded severely: First Lieut W McAlliby, Serg H. S. Hardin, Corp'l W
Disloyal Intentions. --Henry Cook and George Keller, attached to the Nineteenth regiment Virginia militia, were yesterday arrested below the city while attempting to reach the enemy's lines, and committed to Castle Thunder to await trial by court-martial.