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The Daily Dispatch: June 5, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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e was that of Saturday, on theNine-mile road: Major T S Evans. Company A--Killed: Silas Turner. Wounded: Capt. Lowry, 1st Lt Marso, 1st Sergt McLemore, Sergt Bickham, Corp'l Heslip; privates Bridges, J R Estis, B F Griffin, H Handy, Wm Hicks, McKenny Nesbit, L D Ward, W L Young, James Hale. Total killed 1; wounded 14. Company B--Killed: None. Wounded: 2d Lt T F Nealy, 3d Lt G W Moton, 1st Sergt J R Garner, 1st Corp'l B A Sims; privates Thomas Curry, R Cravens, Hickoby, Clark Johnson, H C Mon- A P Matthews, A McHenry, H McMullin, J T Sykes, W T Wells, G W Hirst, Missing: J N Legg, B F Porter. Total killed 0; wounded 15; missing 2. Company C--Killed: None. Wounded: 1st Serg Peale, Corp'l Hudiburg; privates J R Davenport, Ponder, Roston, S S Thornton, Geo Kidd, Bond, Spray, Sinclair. Missing: Private Laprade, J H Robinson. Total killed 0; wounded 10; missing 2. Company D--Killed: Sergt J G Perry, Thos Robinson, John Ernest, William McDonald. Wounded: 2d Lt J