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The Daily Dispatch: June 9, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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thigh; J S Alkin, thigh and head; J B Creamer, flesh wound, thigh; J B Copeland, wrist; Flem Brown, flesh wound, thigh; J S Lipsey, finger shot off; W J Brook, high broken; J W Boyd, two fingers off; W J Foster, shoulder; W H Means, shoulder; T J Howard, thigh, slightly; E J Fowler, bruised hip by bomb: Serg J C Adamans, hand and face, slightly; E H Thurkill, slightly, in breast; J M Maxey, do; J M Lee, slightly, leg; A J Brooks, slightly, groin. Missing: Milas Hagans, known to be wounded; W J r, severe flesh wound, in thigh; Corporal Jas A Dozier, thigh, shattered; Privates G H Mathews, slightly, in arm; Freeman Mathews, severely, in thigh; J B Wilson, arm broken, and severe flesh wound in thigh; J B Pye, very slightly, on breast; Andrew Howard, severely, in shoulder. Recapitulation. Killed 16 Wounded120 Missing9 Aggregate154 James Gardner, Adjutant 27th Georgia regiment. Casualties in the 11th Alabama regiment. Col Sydenham Moore, severely, wou