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The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of casualties in the recent battles before Richmond. (search)
Thomas L Smith, Private Wm J Downs, Private Juriah Menger, supposed to be mortally. Company G.--Killed: Private H Bobo and James McLure. Wounded severely: Capt George H Fulkerson, private John Teriot. Wounded slightly: Privates Wm Murray, Abe Hunter, and Sergt Dennis Collins. Company H.--Severely wounded: Serg't Baxter Summer, privates D O Summer, and Zach M Russell. Company I.--Killed: Private Martin Murray.--Wounded severely: Privates Martin Welsh, H Dallon, F Gillion, Thomas Drury. Wounded slightly: Capt J. W. Lambert, Serg't Edward Pirault, Wm. Baker. Company K.--Severely wounded: Serg't Solomon Dury, privates Darling Babers, J. T. Haynes. --Wounded slightly: Geo. Pliant, P. M. Stocket, and George Thomton. Killed, 15; wounded, 49. J. J. Shannon, Lt. Col. Comd'ing 16th Miss. Regiment List of Killed and wounded in 21st Mississippi regiment on the 30th. Company A. Capt. Atwood.--Wounded: F. Home and A. B. Redding. Company C. Capt. B