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d; H. A. Paxton, fore-finger of left hand shot off; C. F. Neel, severely bruised in the side. C. W. Bell died just as he was put on the cars — the other four were buried together, and their graves marked with head-boards. Rockbridge Greys, 4th Regt. Va. Volunteers. Killed.--Lieut. J. L. Moffett, Privates J. T. McCorkie, S. P. Wilson, John Goolsby, and J. McManamy. Wounded.--Lieut. C. C. Burks, Privates J. D. Cox, L. A. Marstella, T. Anderson, W. Berry, David Edmonson, John Fitzgerald, B. Hite, J. Miller, W. Selby, Alexander Wallace, J. B. Wilson, J. Withers, and B. Maxley. Rockbridge Rifles, 4th Va. Infantry. Killed.--Frederick Davidson and Ashbury C. McCluer. Wounded Severely.--D. G. Bowyer, P. A. Davidson, Adam Miller, John E. Moody, E. Y. Northern and Joel Neff. Slightly.--Chas. A. Rollins, J. W. Ruff, W. H. Kahle, Wm. Spears, J. Parks, Daniel Riley, and J. J. Hileman. Wounded in Rockbridge Artillery.--Lieut. Brockenbrough and Private Jordan.