They fell like men worthy of the cause in which they were engaged, and the sacrifice of such noble souls can never have any other effect than to alienate our affections towards the invader, and sow deep in the bosoms of their friends an undying hatred.
Lt. J A. Richardson.
Co. C, 19th Reg. Georgia Vols.
Casualties in the 5th South Carolina Regiment, Col. J. R. E. Giles.
Number of men (including officers) led into action, 410.
Col J R R Giles, killed.
Lieut. Col Andrew Jackson, wounded.
Major W W Foster, wounded.
Company A, Capt J D Wylie.--Killed: Privates J L Allen and R H Adderson.--Wounded: Sergeant J W Flylor; privates J Moore, P Moore, J Sullivan, T L Wright, Jas Weaness, J D Cauthen, M A McCaskle.
Company B, Capt Thos C Beckham.--Killed; None Wounded: Capt S C Beckham, O S W H Ragadale; privates J W McCully, W D Watsor, T M Lemone, F M Lemone, T J Stevenson, J S Ross.
Company C. Lieut W T Norris commanding.--Killed: Sergt W Wilbu