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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 5. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 5. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 8.-battle of Somerville Heights, Va. Fought May 7, 1862. (search)
iment, all of whom have been reported to you. Enclosed you will please find a list of the killed, wounded, and missing. I am respectfully your obedient servant, R. S. Foster, Colonel Commanding Thirteenth Indiana. List of casualties. The following is a list of the killed, wounded, and prisoners of the Thirteenth regiment, in the affair of the seventh, at Somerville Heights. Company A, Capt. A. Newland.--Prisoners--Sergeant Theodore Longsdorff, privates Andrew Hilton, Garrett Cullen, Wm. Quigley, Matthew Quigley, Henry Mayer, Henry Gilmore. Company B, Capt. John M. Wilson.--Prisoners--Corporals Wm. Starr, B. A. Farnham, A. W. Greggs; privates Eli Chichester, Zack Corell. Killed — Michael Ellsworth. Missing — Joseph Carthall, Hugh P. McCarthy, George Osgood, Nathaniel Rabe, J. Van Dorn, Corporal Wm. Wampler, wounded and missing. Killed — Michael Ream. Wounded — Michael Genser, in hip; Jack Powell, in hand; John Yohn, in leg. Company E, Captain Kirkpatrick.
y afternoon added to our population twenty-four additional residents, composed of the following, who were captured by the 7th Louisiana, on Shenandoah river, at the foot of the Blue Ridge, on the 7th of May: M. Quigley, Nicholas Robe, Wm. Quigley, Wm Fromann, H. P. McCarthy, H. H. Mompler, Mike Edward, Henry Messener, Andrew Hotten, Eli Chichester, J. N. Vandorn, Jos. Korthoff, Henry Meyer, J. N. Vance, Jos. Korthoff, Henry Meyer, Zach. Correll, Wm. M. Starr, A. N. Grigg, H. C. Gilmore, Garrett Cullen, privates, Sergeant Major Wm. Vance, Sergeant Thos. Longsuanff, Corporals George Oe good and A. B. Farnham, of the 13th In diana regiment, Gen. Shields's brigade. At the same time were captured privates Simon Peter Kinney, and A. L. Bruce, of company F. 1st Michigan Cavalry. The prisoners were brought here by Capt. Turner and a detachment of the N. C. Rifles. From a conversation with one of the prisoners, who was in the Kernstown fight, we learn that the enemy had in that engagement e