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Waitt, Ernest Linden, History of the Nineteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry , 1861-1865, Chapter 14: from Malvern Hill to Harrison's Landing. (search)
Welch. Corporal Lyman Blackington. Private Lewis Westacott. Private Harrison E. Case. Co. G.Private Andrew G. Jacobs. Private Henry Eacott. Private James O'Connell. Private George R. White. Private George Lucy. Co. H.Private John Smith. Private Thomas H. Smith. Co. K. Corporal Augustus P. Tolman. Private John Carroll. wounded: Colonel Edward W. Hinks, thigh. Captain Charles U. Devereux, Co. H., chest and arm. Captain Ansel D. Wass, Co. K., chest and foot. Co. A.Corporal Patrick Dunn, head. Private Edward Murphy, right hip. Private Warren K. Bailey, left leg. Private James Porter, scalp. Private James Booth, head. Private John G. Coffin, thigh. Private Thomas S. Bradley, left hand. Co. B.Sergeant Frederick Crofts, hand. Corporal Thomas A. S. Mitchell, hand. Private Aaron Carson, hand. Co. C.Sergeant William Stone, left leg. Private D. W. Bryant, head. Co. E.Sergeant Bernard Conway, ankle. Acting Color Sergeant Peter O'Rourke, groin. Private Dennis G
n had an opportunity to look over the roll. Capt. Weymouth, commanding the regiment, had lost a leg; Capt. Mahoney had been wounded in the arm and in the side; Capt. Dunn had been wounded in the leg; Lieut. Newcomb, wounded mortally; Lieut. Dodge, wounded in the abdomen; Lieut. Palmer, in the leg; Lieut. Chubbuck, slightly, while, stunned and sore, the heroic division reeled back to the town to count its dead and bind up its wounds. In the Nineteenth Massachusetts, Weymouth, Mahoney and Dunn had gone down; Newcomb had fallen on the slope, with the colors clasped to his breast; Adams and Hume, both were shot; Chubbuck's blood stained the white standard Officers, 21 Enlisted Men. wounded in action: Co. A.First Lieut. William L. Palmer, leg, severely. Sergeant William Atkinson, arm, severely. Corporal Patrick Dunn, head, severely. Corporal Stephen Noyes, leg, slight. Private Edward S. Bartlett, head, severely. Private George Y. Bradley, leg, slight. Private Thoma
..................... 291 Driscoll, John P., ................................................. 329 Driver, Samuel., ................................................... 146, 323 Driver, William R., .............45, 104, 111, 119, 147, 152, 192, 299, 334, 344 Dudley, Ezra S.,.................................................... 186 Duncan, John, M.,.................................................... 292 Dunn, James, ................................................ 291, 323, 328 Dunn, Patrick,................................... ............... 106, 187 Dunn, Philip, ....................... .............................. 145, 286 Dunn, Moncena, 4, 7, 51, 64, 181, 182, 187, 192, 200, 210, 257, 261, 294, 295, 299, 300, 318, 324, 327, 332, 334, 356, 359 Dunham, Hallowell R.,........................................... 144, 153 Dunker Church, Md.,......................... ...............133, 134,135 Dumfries, Va.,....................................................... 213 Dur
Disturbance in the market. --John Cummings and Patrick Dunn, charged with exhibiting bellicose propensities, and using profane language in the First Market, were each fined $2.50, and held to bail to keep the peace, by the Mayor.
. G. Wall, Jady, 4 children and 2 servants, X. August, R. H. Pearson, E. A. Stone, W. H. O' Donnell, G. Putnam, F. N. Eassle, W. Magersull, wife and 2 children, J. C. Hœflick, wife and child. O. Miller, H. Mayrhez, D. Brombery, wife and child. F. Stouth, E. Flandin, lady, 2 children and nurse, E. Crager, J. Dilworth, O. Frœvittel, Francis J. Bribalt. Mrs. Sarah Foster, Alois Simon, Charles Cabrick, Levy Cohen, Isaac Cohen, J. M. Parkhurst, Patrick Dunn, George Snyder, Amos Sumner and wife. Andrew Sanford, Lucy C. Sanford, Robert Winfield, Catharine Kernan, Miss Petherbridge, R. C. Bunker, E. J. De Santa Marina, Benjamin Carr. Charles Carr, J. J. Yelland, J. W. Packard, Ira Sanford and wife, Wm. Fowler, James Jones, J. L. Collier, wife, sister and 2 children, S. Heller, E. J. Allen, Wm. B. Robinson, J. Dixon, Garrett Brown, H. Banta, B. Roane, J. Roane, J. Allison Eyster, David B. T
Prison Items. -- Castle Thunder has but little to exhibit. On yesterday Patrick Dunn and Edward Murdock were captured by the city watch while indulging in bacchanalian orgies, and, after sobering, were discharged by Capt. Alexander. Lewis Schmit, co I 3d Ga.; James McKithan co. H, 35th Georgia; Thos. Conner, co. F. 6th La, and Lawrence Spane, of the King William Artillery, were incarcerated for desertion.