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The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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has been in Cleveland since he was compelled by the state of his health to leave the fleet, leaves the city very shortly for his Eastern home. His health is still very feeble, while the condition of his wounded limb renders it impossible for him to bear the slightest weight upon it.--He has, however, so far recovered that he is ready to bear the excitement and fatigue of traveling. His lady has been with him ever since his arrival at the house of his brother, Hon. John A. Foote. Commondore Foote was greatly affected, on Saturday, at the reception of the news of the terrible disaster to the Steamer Mound City, on the White river. The officers whose names were given as killed or wounded were men whom he had selected and appointed in the responsible posts they occupied, and as he read the names of one after another in the fatal list, he would tenderly speak of their good qualities and of the circumstances under which they were appointed. Again and again, in the course of a half-
The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of casualties in the recent battles before Richmond. (search)
Missing: A M Franklin, L P Hawkins, T P Gill, W H Lavender. Company H.--Killed: Herod Scott. Wounded: Serg't T. McGinnis, Corp'l P Roberts, Privates G. G. Hite, Jno Watts, P G Cox, B Cox, B T, Joiner, J Landrum, H. Stinnett, John Davidson, C W Brown, B Sottle, E Cutter. D Jennings, Lieut Richardson. Company K.--Wounded: Captain J. G. Woodson, Lieut A J Robertson, Serg't J. H. Rea, Private M. L. Abel. A list of Killed and wounded of Company I, 1st North Carolina regiment, Capt. Foote. Killed: Orderly Sergt J. W. Hartsfield, Privates Oscar L Mitchell, Isham W Mitchell, John Smith. Wounded: Elijah Belvin, mortally; Sergt M F Searborough, severely; Atlas H Jones, seriously; James W Powell, James H. Grady, W. H. Pace, Jas Belvin, John Pully, Baldy Pierce, Calvin Pierce, Wesley Young, Wesley Jones, Joseph Rowland, Wm Buffalow, Wm A Jones, Andison Williams, Perry Loyd, Wm T Massingale, Jackson Ellis, Augustus Hicks, H. C Hodge, Henry Perry, Lewis Browning, Green Sander