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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 3 1 Browse Search
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n. Surgeons Kelton of the Forty-fifth; Young, of the Eleventh; Assistant-Surgeons Kent, of the Eleventh; Luce of the Fourth cavalry, and Young, of the Forty-eighth Illinois, also rendered valuable assistance. I also wish to return thanks to Surgeon Edgar, of the Thirty-second Illinois, for attentions to the wounded of my command. Chaplains Pearsons, of the Eleventh, and Button, of the Twentieth, were indefatigable in their attentions to the wounded, and in collecting and burying the dead. shell. Privates Augustus Morti, slight wound on the hand; Stephen Joy, slight wound in the knee; Watson Long, slight wound in side. Company F.--Killed, none. Wounded, Sergeant Eli Coddington, left arm badly shattered and amputated; Privates Edward Edgar, hand, slight; James Coughnour. Company G.--Killed, Private Thomas Snelling. Wounded, Privates Jas. Fox, shoulder, slight; Charles Ford, spent ball in stomach, slight; First Lieut. George Pemberton, spent ball in breast, slight.