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tly, by musket-ball.
Company H.--Killed, none.
Wounded, Sergeant J. S. Montgomery, left cheek, slightly; Sergeant R. N. Graham, thigh, slightly; Privates William Vanatta, head, very slightly; John A. Vanatta, heel, slightly; Theophilus Ferree, hip, slightly; Joseph Carr, back, slightly.
Company I.--Killed, none.
Wounded, First Sergeant F. A. Irwin, severely, musket-ball.
Company K.--Killed, none.
Wounded, Privates A. N. Stafford, thigh, slightly; Joseph Storts, slightly; F. Dutton, slightly.
Recapitulation--Killed, two privates.
Wounded, Two lieutenants, five sergeants, two corporals, and twenty-eight privates.
List of killed and wounded in the Fourteenth regiment Iowa infantry, at the battle of Fort Donelson, February 13th, 14th, and 15th, 1862.
Killed, Sergt.-Major S. H. Smith, shot through the head.
Company D.--Killed, none.
Wounded, Second Lieut. Wm. Gordon, slight wound on the hip from piece of shell.
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