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The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of casualties in the recent battles before Richmond. (search)
. Company I, Capt Megness.--Killed D. D. Hamrick. Wounded J. Childers, (since dead,) R. D. Hughs, E Macswain, Lt Bean, Corp'l D W Powell, Corp'l T. B. Hean, P. Green, W C. Hannack. M. Haines, G C Kilchen, C B Powell, J. C. Williams, A G Wickins, Color-Serg't Jno Waters. Company K, Capt McLaughlin.--No report of names. Kfrow.--Killed: Private J Shellon. Wounded: Lt. Foster, badly; privates R. Bottoms, J. Dausby, J. Noland, A. Miller, C. K. Martin and M. Tucker. Company L. Capt. Green.--Killed: Private D. McHue. Wounded: Thos. Fostray. R. G. Sims. 1st Lieut. and Adj't 21st Miss. Reg't. List of the wounded in the Lynchburg Beauregard Artillery. W. S Roid, G. A Boyd.--Johns, J. Stratton, A Stratton — Mayo, J D Stephens, --Green,--Folkes. List of Killed and wounded in the 1st regiment of Rifles, South Carolina Volunteers, commanded by Col. J. Foster Marshall, at Galace's Mitt, 27th June. Field and Staff.--Killed: Serg't Major All McGee. Wounded: M