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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 2 Browse Search
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t speak in too high terms of the conduct of officers and men under my command: all behaved well, exhibiting coolness and courage. I would mention the following officers as having especially attracted my attention by their good conduct, viz.: Major Del. Kemper, who had his right arm shattered by a minie ball; Lieutenant and Adjutant W. H. Kemper; Captains J. S. Taylor, Jordan, Parker, and Eubank; Lieutenant Elliot, commanding Rhett's battery; Lieutenants Taylor, Gilbert, Brown, Ficklin, and Oakum, the latter of Grimes's battery, with two Parrotts attached. The casualties are as follows: Major Del. Kemper, wounded in right arm, severely. Parker's battery — Wounded: Sergeant James Jones, in arm and side, slight; Private David E. Richardson, in thigh, slight. Rhett's battery — Wounded: Privates M. P. Costello, in leg, slight, and G. T. Jones, in leg, slight; Sergeant Marshall, in leg, slight. Total wounded, six. Respectfully submitted. S. D. Lee, Colonel Artillery,