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The Daily Dispatch: July 1, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ounded: 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 wounded soldier. Total Killed8 Total Wounded52 60 This regiment went into action with 185 muskets, and was gallantly led by its brave Col. Eppa Hunton, whan, Jas McGordan, J Q English, J H Mounger, Wm Rounceavall, 2d Miss; Fr Stringfellow, J H Dailey, Reuben Chason, Jno Cenny, 8th Ala; J L Files, Jas Morrissey. W D Rothell 9th Ala; F C Grogg, The Sullivan, J H Lanford, 9th Ala; James W Wright, Enock Harris, J T Willoughby, A J Walker, B Steadham, E C Walker, J R McManus, 14th Ala; Mike Winters, 9th Ala; A C Cunningham, 10th Ala; Tho Mayfield, F Hetherington, T S McDonald, 5th S C; B C Johnson, 4th S C; G C Anderson, R A Gordon, 1st S C rifles; J