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ms, severely; L A Masston, F Mountcastle, Pat Carroll, Chas Walker. Missing: None. Co E — Killed: None. Wounded: Corp Fester Missing; None. Co F — Killed: None. Wounded: Lt B W Lacy, Lt Chump, Sergt Apperson; W G Christian, H C Grump, W McKenzie. Missing: None. Co G — Killed: Private J C Fowler. Wounded: Sergt Jeffrey, Corp Page, Corp McLaurin, privates J W Bryant, S F Goodman, G H Grigg, W W Jonas Missing: None. Co H — Killed: None. Wounded: Lt Carner, privates Jas Green, E Cage Geo Green, Thos Walker. Missing. None. Co I — Killed: None. Wounded: Corp A A Dance. Missing: Sergt R E Boleseaux, private Tweatte. Co K — Killed: None. Wounded: Privates H M Edmonds, J R Cunningham, L Scott, E A Bondurant, W D Booker, J D Fowlkes, W W Booker. Missing: None. Recapitulation — Killed: 4. Wounded: 37 Missing: 3. Total: 44. Fourth Regiment Va Cavalry — Lieut P Fontaine Adjutant, wounded severely in the neck. Co A — Killed: None. Wounded: L C Primrose. Missing:
The Daily Dispatch: May 20, 1863., [Electronic resource], Casualties in the late battle near Fredericksburg. (search)
H Bell.--Several slightly wounded. Company C.--Killed: Lieut A C Smith, Serg't J Waithalt Wounded: Capt E F Lockett, leg amputated; Lieuts Gales and Dunnivant, slightly; Corp is Webster, Thos Claiborne, severely; Aurelius Lockett, shoulder; J W Rodgers, C B Walthall, R M French Serg't Grinstead J Stratton, slightly. Company D.--Killed: Horace Loving Wounded: J Johns, arm off;--Shepherd severely; Lt Groom, slightly; Wm Hetis, do, Paul V Hughson, dangerously. Company E.--Killed: Geo Green and G W Oaks. Wounded: Castain S C Williams slightly; Lieut Barksdale slightly; Serg't W A Hightowar, leg amputated; Sergeant Rodin W Vaughan, H B Warren J S Carier, W M Tinder, R B Turner, all slightly; N Fitz do; F Daniel, arm amputated.--Missing; W F Hudson and Gen Turner. Company F.--Killed: Lieut J H Dupuy Wounded: Lieut T Paxton, Capt W A Webber, J A Paxton. S Carter slightly. Company G.--Killed: Ensign Wady. Wounded: slightly. Company H (Richmond Sharpshooters.)--Wou
d N C; B M Clarke, 29th Ga; A C Digh, 55th N C; A P Dunham, 51stm Ga; John Dunbar, 9th Ark; W H Dunham, 51st, Ga; C Delafield, 12th Ark; W P Emhart, 14th N C; J C Maton, 5th N C; L Eilison, 6th N C; C F Floyd, 12th N C; J C Fields, 26th N C ; J e Green, 9th Ga; G Goodson, 32d N C; C P Griffin, 43d N C; E Harwell, 50th Ga; George F Hodge, 55th Va; J M Hoiting, 26th N C; Wm Hipps, 61st Ga; L C Hendricks, 55th N C; John M House, 27th Va; James King, 2d N C; L Luckery, 12th G; F J susbin, 4th Ala; John Done, 47th N C; D Dukes, 61st Va; A Earpe, 55th N C; W Eizell, 5th do, Evans, 55th do; M Filun, 1st S C rifles; JeM Ferrell, 12th N C; Jas File, citizen, Miss; S Shaw, 44th N C; J D Fortner, 37th N C; J Freeman, 48th do; T B Gay, 8th Ala; Geo Green, 44th N C; J S Hooper, 1st Ark; W Halley, 55th N C; A Hall, 21st Ark; J Huckstepp, 22d Va battalion; T C Jones, 14th Va Battalion; B B Jones, 13th Ga; W Lake, 8th Va; D Leonard, 50th Tenn; W L Mealer, 3d Va; G B McDade, Hudson's Miss battalion;