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The Daily Dispatch: March 14, 1862., [Electronic resource] 10 0 Browse Search
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Capt Cunningham--Killed: Private F S McKinney. Wounded: Private G W Osborne, in arm, Missing: Private A P Bland. Company I, Capt Leavel.--Wounded: Private W J Sim us, mortally. Company K, Capt Latham.--Killed: Private T Garey. Wounded: Sergt W L Reman, severely in breast; Privates A W Allen, in side; G T Hamilton, thigh; T G Taylor, in leg, J H Horton, hand; Wm Atkins, slight; Wm Sutton, both hips. Company L. Capt Story.--Wounded: Private John A McAlister, shoulder; Sergt E Jordan, slightly in face and nose. Missing: J P Dial. Colonel Stone had his horse killed, but was not injured himself. Killed5 Wounded32 Missing4 Total41 Samuel S Owen, Adjutant 2d Mississippi Volunteers. Casualties of the 26th Georgia Regiment. Two companies of the regiment (companies Hand 1) were on detached service for the purpose of supporting a section of Hardaway's battery, which was not brought into action. Company A--Killed: Lieut J A J Peacock, Co