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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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losses. Strength, rank and file, two hundred and twenty-four. Respectfully submitted. J. W. Allen, Colonel Second Regiment. Casualties of Second regiment in the actions of June eighth and ninth, 1862: Company A--Lieutenant Simpson, James N. Gallaher, William H. Moore, wounded. Company B--William Magauhy, wounded. Company C--O. S. Nelson, Nat. Grubbs, wounded. Company D--James M. Albin, J. Hultz, C. G. Stover, wounded. Company I--Peter Stickels, C. D. Castleman, George Kelley, wounded. Company E--Corporal Hull, privates Weddell, Shank, Prince, Lowdwick. Company F--Sergeant McCarty, privates Loher, Charles Dinkle, wounded. Company G--Lieutenant R. M. English, killed; Pat Ryans, Mowny E. Fry, wounded. Company K--Barton, wounded. Killed, one; wounded, twenty-four. Total, twenty-five. J. W. Allen, Colonel Second Regiment. Report of Colonel Munford. headquarters Second Virginia cavalry, February 26, 1862. Major Charles J. Faulkner, A. A.G