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The battle of Kernstown.the Killed and Wounded. The Abingdon Virginia furnishes the following list of casualties in the 37th (Va.) Regiment, Col Fulkerson, in the battle of Kernstown, 23d March, 1862: Co A, commanded by Lt. C W Taylor--37 men in action: Killed — None. Wounded — J McC Eakin, in hip, slightly. Missing — S Salisbury and A J Amabel. Co. B, commanded by Lt J N Humes--26 men in action: Killed — None. Wounded — Jas L Robinson, hand; S McVey, leg, and missing Missing — W Shetton and W Fern. Co C, commanded by Lt Jas L White--36 men in action: Killed — None Wounded — J J Counts, arm; L F Dickenson, body Missing — F J Coman, W Davenport, A Ferrill, Jas Wampler Co D, commanded by Capt H C. Wood--39 men in action Killed — Ira Nelson. Wounded — Lieut G A Neal, thigh, and left on the held; Sergt D H Lawson hand; Serg't A. P Henderson, arm, left on the field; Slorp Wm F Francisco, leg; J H