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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Sick and wounded Confederate soldiers at Hagerstown and Williamsport. (search)
th Virginia regiment; wounded July 3d. Private W. F. Latta, 53d Georgia regiment; wounded July 11th. Lieutenant A. A. King, 3d South Carolina regiment; wounded July 2d. Private J. C. Lupton, 57th Virginia regiment; wounded July 13th. Private W. R. Reeves, 15th Mississippi regiment; wounded July 4th, died July 19th. Private W. Martin, 53d Georgia regiment; wounded July 3d; died July 16th. Private Gay, 57th North Carolina, regiment; wounded July 3d; died July 17th. Private Reuben Gardner, 2d Virginia battalion, wound July 14th. Private H. T Vestal, 26th North Carolina regiment. Private J. V. Vannoy, 1st Louisiana regiment. Private J. Cain, 62d Virginia regiment. Corporal E. J. Jewell, Washington artillery; wounded July 6th; died July 19th. Private S. Stebbins, 32d North Carolina regiment; died July 17th. Private Albert Smith, 50th Virginia regiment. Private A. F. Haddon, 1st South Carolina regiment; wounded July 14th Private C. McClure, 11th North