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The Daily Dispatch: June 9, 1862., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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htly; J T Sparks, dangerously; D R Silvers, J H Smallwood, H W Houston. Jos. Boon, slightly; Jas Stevenson, severely. Company F--Killed: Private Jos B Thompson. Wounded: Pohn Trollinger, D M Keck, since dead; H Herring, Thos Fowler, John W Gibson, J J Bradshaw, Jacob Shepherd, Wm Pender, John W Bason, Wm Sikes, slightly. Company G--Killed: Serg Barringer, Privates A W Blackwilder, Wm Porter. Wounded: Corp'l Wesley W Miller severely; Privates Wm Cobble, James A Holt, W H smith, W Cor enemy to be actively engaged, but was held back as reserve. It was exposed to the fire of a battery for several hours on both days. The wounds were all from shalls and their missiles. Company A.--Corp'l R D Berry, shoulder, slight; Privates Joel Gibson, ley, A S Johnson, regal side, slight. Company B.--Privates O Masters, right thigh, right arm, and right leg, thigh and arm both amputated; D F Ellis, leg, slight; A Selegman, back. Company D.--Privates T K Forniss head, mortally