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The Daily Dispatch: March 6, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ounded — Privates F G Brewer, Hugh Hash, E S Hash, and John Young. Company E.--Killed — Private E Crigger.--Wounded--Privates James Suit, mortally; J Kinser, mortally; Sergeant T Price, Corporal N Perkins, R Puckett, M Mahony, W Patterson and J Slagle. Company F.--Killed — None. Wounded — Private R Burroughs. Company G.--Killed — None. Wounded — Privates T Paris and R L Old. Company H.--Killed — None. Wounded — Lieutenant W Painter and privates E Keesling, mortally; Gus Johnston, D Smart, J Indman, Wash Anderson, and D J Ward. Company I.--Killed — Privates R B Bickley and H H Dale, Wounded — Captain A F Wolfe, slightly, Lieutenant Henderson, and privates G Akers, W D Stidham, and H R Edwards. Company K--Killed--Privates A. Crabtree and John Bogle. Wounded — Privates S H Newberry and A F Harman. Total--Killed 9; wounded 44. The above regiment numbered only 250 men. It was in the brigade so gallantly commanded by Col. G C Wharton