lled; privates Elbert Gramor, B. Logan, and J. L. Thompson, wounded.
In Company F, A. P. Fowler, W. P. Ratliff, J. Leach, J. W. Wallace, and D. P. Howell, wounded.
In Company G, Lieutenant P. V. Daniel, privates N. M. Beauchamp, Thomas Stith, Miche Meardin, Allen Dereby, Frank Keath, Green Woorley, and M. S. Newman, wounded.
In company K, Sergeant John H. Hughes, Corporal Moses Lafeiter, privates Alexander Barry, Charles Freeburg, and Thomas Lively, killed; Sergeant T. H. Atwell, privates Edmond Elliott, Peter Frilty, James Hunt, G. Polfers, L. Hotsenburg, A. J. Williams, and W. McFatridge, wounded.
I cannot close this report without stating that the officers and men under my command discharged their duties in the action at Baton Rouge in a manner creditable alike to themselves, and the cause for which they are battling.
Very respectfully, J. C. Wickliffe, Major, commanding Fifth Kentucky Regiment.
Report of Captain J. H. Millett.
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