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The Daily Dispatch: June 13, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: February 26, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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er of men and officers carried into action, 486 Killed12 Wounded54 Missing8 Total74 R. A. Holt, 1st Lieut. and Act'g Adj't 14th Ga. Reg't. List of killed of the 4th Reg't N. C. State Troops, in the battle of "seven piece," on the 31st May, 1862. Company A.--Capt A R Simonton; Privates Joseph L Brown, Thomas C Deaton, Henry C Hart, McKannie W Hooper, Solomon H Kilgrove, and John Loftin. Company B.--Sg'ts Montford S McKenzie and Calvin G Hix; Corp'ls Wm H Burkhead and Thos Jordan; privates Franklin Niblock, Nehemiah J J Sloop, Wm A Webb, Alexander Felzer, and Thos Pinkston. Company C.--1st Lt Jos C White; privates Gilbert N Gills, Henry L Bustle, Reuben S Lolla, John T Tays, Thos B Summers, and John Scroggs. Company D.--Sg't Jno W Harrison; privates Henry Bartlett, Jas P Powell, and Geo L Whitley. Company E.--Corp'l Thos R Marray; privates Seth Brinn, Jacob O Merry, Bryan Campbell, and Lewis H Leggett. Company F.--Capt Jesse S Barnes; Corp'l Wm
Repulse of the enemy at white-march Island, near Savannah. From the following dispatch received by Gen. Beauregard, it will be observed that the enemy have attempted a landing at Whitemarsh Island, near Savannah, where they received a signal repulse: Savanna H, Feb, 22, 1864. To Brig. General Thos Jordan: The enemy landed on Whitemarsh to day in considerable force, but were repulsed by our troops and left the Island precipitately. (Signed) H W Mercer, Brigadier General.