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The Daily Dispatch: may 27, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: July 31, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Atlanta Grays. --This admirable corps of Georgia soldiers, whose arrival was noticed on Saturday, are comfortably domiciled here, awaiting the coming of the other companies of the Regiment to which they belong. There are 100 men, rank and file, officered as follows: Thomas L. Cooper, Captain; James T. Lewis, 1st Lieut.; Seymore B. Love, 2d Lieut.; Bartley M. Smith, 3d Lieut.; Jennings M. C. Hulsey, 1st Sergt.; James W. Smith, 2d Sergt.; John T. Bowman, 3d Sergt.; Wm. A. Powell, 4th Sergt.; Benj. N. Williford, 5th Sergt.; Wm. A. Thomas, 1st Corporal; James A. Adair, 2d Corporal; Theo. A. Hammond, 3d Corporal; Mace E. Heggie, 4th Corporal
gallant men bore in the action: Col. Bartow and Lt. Branch (Adjutant) were killed, and Lt. Col. Gardner was severely wounded. The Rome Light Guards entered battle 64 strong; had 5 killed, 10 wounded and 4 missing. Oglethorpe Light Infantry, 81 strong--5 killed, 27 wounded and 3 missing. Macon Guards, 75 strong--4 killed, 15 wounded and 1 missing. Echols' Guard, 44 strong--2 killed, 8 wounded and 1 missing. Miller Rifles, 35 strong--2 killed, 15 wounded. Atlanta Grays, 76 strong--3 killed, 18 wounded and 10 missing. Pulaski Volunteers, 56 strong--4 killed, 12 wounded. Floyd Infantry, 43 strong--5 killed, 11 wounded. Stephens Light Guards, 71 strong--6 killed, 13 wounded and 2 missing. Oglethorpe Rifles, 41 strong — none killed, 16 wounded. The Fourth Alabama Regiment. The following is a list of the killed and wounded in the Conecuh Guards (Captain Bowles) of the Fourth Alabama Regiment: Killed--Orderly-Sergeant L. C.