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Col. O. M. Roberts, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 12.1, Alabama (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 7 1 Browse Search
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and men killed and wounded, including Lieut.-Col. James J. Willingham, Maj. S. Perry Nesmith, and Capts. Thomas Bell, Matthew Fox, W. C. Hunt, Augustus S. Flournoy and John B. McCarty. The Sixth served in nearly all the battles of the army of No at Farmville. Capt. W. C. Hunt, wounded at Seven Pines, was killed while gallantly leading his men at Cedar Creek. Capts. Matt. Fox, Thos. H. Bell and Augustus S. Flournoy were killed at Seven Pines, and Capt. Thomas Lightfoot at Winchester. Amonge living whose gallantry and coolness entitle them to distinction, I beg to mention Col. J. B. Gordon. Also speaks of Captains Fox and Bell of the Sixth as distinguished. The Sixth Alabama lost nearly 60 per cent. of its aggregate force. The right wounded, out of a total of 50. (979, 980) Report of Col. James B. Gordon, commanding brigade, battle of Seven Pines: Captain Fox, no less brave than accomplished, was killed. Colonel Gordon praises his regiment in the most unqualified terms for t