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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 6 0 Browse Search
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ompany D. Corporals W. T. Johnson (killed) and R. Clemens; privates Pollard, Ashby, Ellet, and Kelly, at Malvern Hill. Company E. Privates William Bowers and G. J. Green, killed in the skirmish of the eighteenth; Sergeant Barker, wounded at Malvern Hill; Corporal William A. Pollard, the third man who carried the colors the firstk it, I was obliged to make my men lie down whilst loading; and even then I had several men killed and wounded by my friends in the rear. Among the latter was Captain Green, a most gallant and efficient officer. We remained upon the ground until our ammunition was expended, and then retired to the edge of the woods, about eighty larly private George A. Finch. Company B. Company commander absent. Regimental commander reports all as having fought bravely. Sergeant W. T. Atkins, and privates Green, Jones, John Arthur, James Dunn, and George J. Shelton, as worthy of especial mention. Company C. Lieutenant Anderson reports all as having behaved well--S