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The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], Sudden death on
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nded in legs; James D. Johnson, severe wound through thigh; Peter Caryle, slight wound in head from shell. The following is the list of companies in the 11th Virginia engaged in the fight, with the places where enlisted: Company A, Rifle Grays, from Lynchburg. Company B, Southern Guard, from Campbell county. Company C, Clifton Grays, from Campbell county Company D, Fincastle Rifles, from Fincastle. Company E, Lynchburg Rifles, from Lynchburg. Company F, PrestonClifton Grays, from Campbell county Company D, Fincastle Rifles, from Fincastle. Company E, Lynchburg Rifles, from Lynchburg. Company F, Preston Guards, from Montgomery county. Company G, Home Guard, from Lynchburg. Company H. Jeff. Davis Guard, from Lynchburg. Company I, Rough and Ready Rifles, from Fauquier county. Company K, Valley Regulators, from Rockbridge. Tenth Alabama. Col. John Forney, seriously wounded in right arm. Lieut Col. J. B. Martin, probably killed. Ashville Guards, Co. A. Capt. Caldwell--Private Geo. S. Dannelly, killed. Coosa Valley Blues, Co F, Capt. Truss--Serg't. S. L C