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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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oats. The property found was wretchedly poor, the coats being made almost entirely of cotton. Acting Adj.-Gen. Clapp writes to the same paper from Prestonburg, January 11th, giving the following list of wounded. The two Union soldiers killed belonged to the Fourteenth Kentucky. David Hall, Co. A, Forty-second Regiment, severely in shoulder. Sherman Leach, Co. A, Forty-second Regiment, slightly in the leg. Wm. Gardner, Co. G, Forty-second Regiment, dangerously in the neck. Jacob James, Co. G, Forty-second Regiment, dangerously in abdomen. Fred. Coffin, Co. F, Forty-second Regiment, dangerously in the thigh. Charles Carlton, Co. F, Forty-second Regiment, very dangerously, leg amputated. Jacob Griffith, Co. H, Forty-second Regiment, slightly in the elbow. Henry Forney, Co. C, Forty-second Regiment, very slightly. Frank Miller, Co. A, Fortieth Regiment, in the foot, slightly. Second Lieut. Thos. Lilley, Co. A, Fortieth Regiment, severely in the arm. J