ng the number of men actually engaged in the fight, under my command, to one hundred and eighty-four men.
The following is a list of the casualties which occurred in my regiment: In Company A, none.
In Company B, L. P. Smith, mortally wounded, and since dead; H. Osborne, slightly.
In Company C, Lieutenant H. H. Harris, wounded; private R. S. Brooks, killed; privates J. S. Jackson, J. T. Taylor, D. Tinsley, and J. B. Young, wounded.
In Company D, Lieutenant Oscar Kennard, wounded; private Wm. Hicks, killed ; privates John Essill and John Henry, wounded.
In company E, Sergeant R. M. Hague, wounded; privates James Bowers, and Isaac Rutledge, killed; privates Elbert Gramor, B. Logan, and J. L. Thompson, wounded.
In Company F, A. P. Fowler, W. P. Ratliff, J. Leach, J. W. Wallace, and D. P. Howell, wounded.
In Company G, Lieutenant P. V. Daniel, privates N. M. Beauchamp, Thomas Stith, Miche Meardin, Allen Dereby, Frank Keath, Green Woorley, and M. S. Newman, wounded.
In company K,