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The Daily Dispatch: June 4, 1862., [Electronic resource] 10 0 Browse Search
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Company C.--Private Tim Purcell, killed, and buried on the field. Company B.--Captain T H Davis, wounded in left arm; Lieutenant F M Mann, seriously in three places; Corporal Straum, killed, ag; W H Foy, in hand; Keller, in chin; Livingston, in foot; Lincoln, in cheek; McClellan, in leg; Davis, do. Company B., Gult City Guards.--Killed: Lt H J Ellis, privates Jerome Deas, R P Jeffrieaction with sixty-nine men. List of casualties in the 16th N. C. Troops. Col. Champ T N Davis, killed and left on the field. Company A--Killed: Priv James Brooks. Wounded and left on tames R Love and A W Boyan, Corp'l D M Raby and A J Patterson, Priv N Childers, F M Brown, John L Davis, W E Parris, and N H H Burns. Company B--Wounded: Priv Thos Gregory, arm broke; Wilson Webbey Baley, extent of wounds not known. Missing and supposed to be killed: Priv Burton Downey, Elber Davis, and P L Mintz. Company E.--Killed: Serg't W W Gibbs. Wounded: Privates Geo Wistnant, s