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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 9 1 Browse Search
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ntly during the day. Below you have a list of casualties in my regiment: Co. A, Captain Morton Commanding. Badly wounded — John Harl, James McDonald, Samuel Graham. Slightly wounded — Henry Hunter, Lawson Matthews, Moreus D. Matthews, Rumsey Smith. Co. B, Captain Smith Commanding. Killed — Austin Stinson, Ralph Morris, Bby a shell; Eli Sweet and J. B. Graham, slightly, by musket-ball. Company H.--Killed, none. Wounded, Sergeant J. S. Montgomery, left cheek, slightly; Sergeant R. N. Graham, thigh, slightly; Privates William Vanatta, head, very slightly; John A. Vanatta, heel, slightly; Theophilus Ferree, hip, slightly; Joseph Carr, back, sligdition to this force a large number of field-batteries, and three companies that worked the water-batteries, commanded respectively by Captains Ross, Beaumont and Graham. The troops were mainly in citizens' clothes, their only military insignia being black stripes on their pants. Many of the officers had the regular gray unifo<
port steamer Ocean Wave. I then proceeded to land my command at the point designated by you, the whole force having to wade middle deep in water in order to reach the shore from the surfboats. I landed with the first detachment, company A, Capt. Graham, whom I ordered forward to take possession of a house about one eighth of a mile from the point of landing, and also to throw forward a picket on the road toward Camden, which order he promptly executed. I then formed the remaining companies e this opportunity to call your very favorable attention to Major Jardine, (slightly wounded,) who on this occasion (as well as on all others when required) displayed a care for the regiment and gallantry on the battle-field seldom equalled. Capts. Graham and Hammill, Lieuts. Bartholomew, Klingsochr, Powell, and McKechnie, wounded, (the latter being in command, the captain of the company having been left in command of this camp;) Capts. Le Baire, Parisen, and Leahy, also Capt. Whiting, Lieuts.