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The Daily Dispatch: May 11, 1863., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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12th corps; Ed L Yord 1st Lt, A D C to Gen Ward; Tho G Leigh, 1st Lt, A D C do; H W Farrar, 1st Lt, A D C to Gen Sedgwick; Jno W Bokels, 1st Lt and A D C to Gen Hays; Capts L Chaffic, D, 28th N Y; M Esembeaux, K, 58th N Y; Ed Wenver, C 63d Pa; H C P 40th N Y; Benj Shanin. A, 153d Pa; C E Winegar, M 1st Art'g; M Waterberry, B, 17th Conn; N G Grigdetti K 21st N J; 21 Lieuts Jno W Craw, A, 17th Conn; W C Warford, C. 28th Pa; D Bates, I 121st N Y; A P Munson, A, 27th Conn S G Byatt, D 5th Conn; Mahardt, C, 21st N Y; A M Moreland, F 102d Pa; A M Heath, 12th Bow Hampshire; L J Stewart, B, 62d N Y; J H Smith N, 46d N Y; Jno N Webster, A, 31st N Y; H S Ehrhardt, E, 135th Pa; J H Conn, A, 1st Va Abolition cavalry. A Talk with the prisoners. nded: Geo Schools, Dennis Heffron, James Crowder, R H Pettaway,--Hight, Peter Eanes. Missing: Miles Botts, --Hardy,--Scott, Jno E Hawkins. The total number of killed being five, wounded thirty-six, and missing fifty-five-- total ninety-six.