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The Daily Dispatch: October 29, 1861., [Electronic resource], Vice President Stephens and the hospitals. (search)
, Private Reeder. Wounded — Wm. Januey, seriously; Zed F. Milburn, do; Flavins Haynes, leg shot off; John Shaffer, seriously. Company B. None killed. Wounded — Albert F. Triplet slightly wounded in arm. Company C. Killed — Edward Maher, Christopher Lambert. Wounded — Lunden Carter, seriously; Warren Loper, do.; Charles Simonds, do. Company D. Killed — none. Wounded — Hudley Hutchinson, mortally, (since died.) Company E. Killed — none. Wounded--Capt. Maudley Hampton, Lieut. Joseph A. Taverner, slightly; Jacob Pierce, do.; Samuel Winbrook, slightly, in arm; Benjamin Taverner, slightly; Charles Jones, do.; John T. Hawes, do.; Hugh Kirkpatrick, do. Company F, Capt. Grayson. Killed — Serg't Clinton Hatcher, Corporal Donohue, Private Costello,(head shot off by bomb,) Private Furr. Wounded — C. Furr, (since died,) Lieut. Pettit, shot in the thigh, badly; Lieut. Gray, slightly, in hip. Company G, Capt. Jas. Thrift. Killed