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The Daily Dispatch: August 18, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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slight; F S Russell, arm, slight. Company I, Lieut Morehead--Wounded: Sergt V M Poling, slight; Samuel Moler, heel; Fisher, slight. Company K--Wounded: F W Sheetz, breast; Walter Largent, side, slight. Total — Killed, 2; Wounded, 31. This regiment opened the fight about half-past 2 o'clock P. M. and was in the thickest of it until after night. The wounded are doing very well. Thirty-third regiment. Wounded:--Major F W M Holliday, arm shattered, and since amputated; Adjutant D H Walton, slightly wounded. Company A--Private Elias Oates, slightly. Company C--Corp'l E Hausenflack and Privates Jas Harman, seriously. Company E--Private Wm Leasey, slightly. Company F--Capt A Spangler, slightly; Lieut Henry Burcamp, Privates Samuel Dougherty and D. Glenn, slightly. Company H--Color-Serg't B F Miller, seriously, and Private Jas F Prince, slightly Company I--Lieut D W Huffman, painfully; Private E Grandle, seriously. Company K--Lieut John S Saix, painfully.