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The Daily Dispatch: June 30, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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D Hendricks, 2d Lieut Mark O' Rorke, 1st Sergt Phillip H Raymond, Sergt J T Kelly, Samuel Kells, Samuel Brown, W C Lee, Wm Heneig, David H DeSilva. Total killed 2, wounded 9. Company H. (Shreveport Grays,) Lt Lamkin in command.--Wounded: Robt Johnson, A B Spell, J E Youngblood, L Loeb, R T Mansfield. Total wounded 5. Company I, Lt Trott in command.--Killed: Lt Geo L Trott and Jno Bain. Wounded: Capt Chas E Cormler, 1st Lt Jos Taylor, Jacob Euredorf, Geo Almindinger, Avery Breed, Nat Bumber of officers and men engaged, 358 Casualties: Killed 20, wounded 120, missing 5. Total 145. Capt. M. Nolan, Com'g 1st La. F. L. Fortier, Lt. and Act'g Adjt. Miscellaneous. Col Starke, 60 Virginia, left hand shattered. Col Johnson, 13th Georgia, mortally wounded. Maj Burke, Capt Brooks, Capt Street, Capt Jett, wounded; Lieut C T Goolrick, wounded in leg, 55th Virginia, all at Mechanicsville Thursday night. Adj't Brockenbrough, wounded in neck; Lieut Brockenbroug