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The Daily Dispatch: July 1, 1862., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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ener, badly; Sergt Wm Moon, slightly; Corpl Richd Marshal, badly; Privates Joseph Steele, very badly; Wm Hann, slightly. Company F, Capt. Alexander Grayson--Killed: Lieut R O Grayson; Private Wm T Dickey. --Wounded: Lieut H W Chamblin, badly. Company G, Capt. J O Berry — Killed: Private Asa Peck. Wounded: Privates Geo L Williams, slight; Armistead Thompson, slight; Thos Holden, badly; J W Butler, badly; Geo Ghee, badly; J W Kidwell badly; Robt Wells, badly; Company H, Capt. Fistus Griffith--Wounded: Corpt Chas A Cox, badly; Private John Manett, slightly. Company I, Capt. Wm F Garrett — Killed: Orderly Jas. A Garrett; Sergt B W Skilman. Wounded: Private Saml Cole, badly. Company K, Capt. J J Smith — Killed: Lieut E L Fant. Wounded: Sergts E M Herrington, slightly; John N Garrison, badly; Corpl L M Lawrence, slightly; Privates C W Farr, badly; Wm Legg. badly. Rev. Geo. W Harris volunteers to the regiment, was badly wounded in side while bearing off a wo<
The Lamented Griffith. This gallant officer and distinguished son of Mississippi, who was wounded in the fight of Sunday, died during the ensuing night. His remains were yesterday brought to the residence of Mr. James Purcell, where they were visited by President Davis, between whom and the departed hero the most intimate friendly relations subsisted. During the Mexican war, where the President commanded the celebrated Mississippi Regiment, Gen. G. was an officer in the regiment, and was ever regarded with the laghest esteem by his chief.