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The Daily Dispatch: June 7, 1862., [Electronic resource] 12 0 Browse Search
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illed: Privates Jas. Desont, Thos Peden. Timothy Hulliers, Henry C Keeter, Bernard Johnson. Wounded: Sergeant Aloysius Schenerman, Corp Albert Hensler, privates Mateast, mortally; W F Wood, in leg; J J Wood, in leg; J W Hightower, in leg; S W Johnson in foot; Jesse Brantly, in the knee, slight; J G Joiner, in thigh. Companborough, right arm, seriously; D R Green in the shoulder and thigh, slightly R Johnson in the arm; J M Johnson in the head, slightly; S W L Sumner, in thigh and headJohnson in the head, slightly; S W L Sumner, in thigh and head; W L Pierce in the thigh; J E Good win through the neck, seriously; C Pervis, in throat, slightly; C B Pritchard in the shoulder; A D Proctor, left leg broken. any G--Killed: Private Gray; Wounded: Privates Conley, Wilder, Tomblin, Speer, Johnson. Company H--Wounded: Privates John Yarboro, J Allen, and Turner. ComPrivates B T Kelly, Wm Thomas, J W Redgill. J C Wilson, Ell M Riechbourg, R R Johnson, G W Williams, A L Jacobs, Samuel Humfreys Septimus Harvier, Thos N Davis, A D