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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.20 (search)
ttle July 1, 1863, with eighty-eight rank and file and three commissioned officers—the captain and two lieutenants —ninety-one in all. Every man was either killed or wounded, viz: Killed on the field. Lieutenant John B. Holloway. Pivates. Robert M. Braswell. I. H. Coffey. T. J. Cozart. James Deal. Jackson Gragg. John C. Lewis. Joseph Phillips, and J. P. Shook., W. L. Thompson. Robert H. Carswell. Cleveland Coffey, a twin. Thomas Crump. William Fleming. Abram Hudson. J. B. Littlejohn. W. E. Phillips, twins. John A. Taylor. M. L. Townsell, a twin.—19. Mortally wounded—privates. J. M. Clouts. Thomas M. Coffey. Rufus Ervine. G. W. Holloway. Joseph Setser. Hosea Stallings. J. G. Coffey, a twin. W. S. Coffey. H. H. Hays. George Morgan. W. E. Setser. William Underdown. Wounded—wounds described. Captain R. M. Tuttle, badly, right leg. Lieutenant C. M. Sudderth, badly in hand. Sergeant J. T. C. Hood, badly in