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The Daily Dispatch: May 20, 1863., [Electronic resource], Casualties in the late battle near Fredericksburg. (search)
azer.--killed: Private G W Harper Hugh Irvine, and Wm Robertson. Wounded: 1st Serg Wm Frazer Sergt Thomas West, Privates Jas Whits, John Bibo, John Ackerly, Geo Goodbar, John P more, Geo Noel, and P Carroll. Company F. Lieut Moore.--killed: Robert Daniel, wounded: Lieut R M Moore, Greg Hauger Corp'l H W Haws, Privates J J Meys, a J Ballard, and Thomas Holt. Company G, Copt. McEldowney.--killed: none. Wounded: 1st Serg M W Sneakey, Corp'l J Benson, Privates Wm Allman, P F Huffman, Jas Graham, Jas Frazer, Jas Rees, Jas T Pexton, and Arch Smiley. Company H, Copt. Bonde.--wounded: Capt J C Bonde, color-serg J H Hutcheson, Privates Wm Craig, W. Erkiew, Jos Higgins, Dick Jordan, Wyes marks. S J N McCampbell, S W Norgrove, E McAleer. C strong, and J W Wallace. Missing: Private J J east. Strength of the regiment85 Killed9 Wounded63 Missing1 Total73 Wm. W. Lewis, Adjutant 27th Va Infantry. Report of the killed and wounded of the 1st Va. Artillery in
the entrenchments at Gum Swamp. Here the 56th regiment, Col. Faison, was stationed.--This regiment was supported by five or six companies of the 25th, Col. Rutledge. Six or eight companies of the 56th have been cut off, and are supposed to be in the hands of the enemy. Col. Rutledge got the most of his men off; few if any of them were captured. We lost but four killed, but have several wounded. I notices some few of the poor fellows with their limbs amputated. Lieut. Ray, of Capt. Graham's battery, was killed. One section of Starr's battery, and six horses Lieut. Whitmore and twelve men in charge of the gun, were captured. Gen. Ransonm was fired upon by the Yankees in his rear before it was known that the enemy were flanking our works. Gen. Ransom made his escape good, but it was with great difficulty he succeeded in doing so. We lost one ordnance wagon, one medical wagon, and several ambulances, with all their teams and contents. In short, this was an unfort
The Daily Dispatch: May 28, 1863., [Electronic resource], Casualties in the Stonewall brigade. (search)
Frazier and Wes privates James White John John J P Moore, George Rewell Co F — Killed: Robt Daniel Wounded: Lt Moore Sgt Hanger, Cpt. Merit A J ard Hoit. Co G — Wounded: Sgt. M W Col Benson, privates Wm. Aliman, P T Hoofman, Jas Graham, Jas Frazier, Jas Reese, Jas Paxton, and Arch Smiley. Co H — Wounded: Capt J C Boudes, Col or Sgt Hutchinson, privates Wm Craig W James Dies Jordan, W Six S E W N grows since R Scallear, C Strong, J W Wallace . Thirty third Virgrivates W H Esdes head, slightly; W D Howell, hand, slightly, F A Marsh, hand and arm slightly. Battery Capt Brown.--Killed: Corporal R Hopkins. Wounded: Private R E Langley, shoulder severely; Coral F A Carberry, leg, severely; Serg't A Crowley, face slightly private J R Sparks hip slightly. Battery Capt Graham--Killed: Private G W Stewart Wounded: Privates H severely; Wm shoulder; severely J L Moore, shoulder slightly, Jas Paine, side slightly; Alfred Gold, face, slight