ch was not heard by all of the regiment.
Over one-half of the regiment was killed and wounded in a few minutes.
The open field and woodland was strewed with dead and dying and wounded, not able to get off the field.
Companies G and K suffered the greatest.
Company G had twenty-one killed on the field and mortally wounded as follows: Lieutenant B. M. Latimer, Sergeant-Major A. H. McGee, L. A. Callaham, W. J. Calvert, Dr. Frank Clinkscales, R. F. Cunningham, J. A. Davis, Samuel Fields, M. Freeman, R. A. Gordon, John B. Gordon, I. L. Grier, E. J. Humphreys, A. P. Lindsay, A. H. McGhee, Jr., J. G. Martin, J. Morrison, E. W. Pruitt, George B. Richey, S. O. Reid (26th), W. H. Simpson, over 33 per cent.
killed and mortally wounded, 80 per cent.
killed and wounded.
The regiment carried into action 537 men, of this number 81 were killed and 234 wounded. Very few commands suffered in any one engagement so heavily.
The writer was severely wounded about the time the order was given t