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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Wee Nee volunteers of Williamsburg District, South Carolina, in the First (Hagood's) regiment. (search)
L. Austin; private G. W. B. Fairy. Wounded: Sergeant B. P. Izler, severely in leg; Sergeant J. H. Hook, severely in arm; Corporal F. Kohn, severely in arm; private J. Ash, severely in leg (amputated); B. H. Sanders, severely in thigh; E. H. Irick, severely in the shoulder and arm; F. S. Inabinet, mortally; J. H. Avant, slightly in shoulder; H. Brown, slightly in leg; M. Robinson, slightly in head, and H. Baily, slightly in neck. Company H. Killed: Private H. W. Matthews. Wounded: Corporal F. W. King, slightly in leg, and Private S. E. Son, slightly in arm. Company I. Killed: Privates W. M. Rodgers and J. M. Bell. In the engagement at Drewry's Bluff (16th May) the regiment again covered itself with glory. In one charge it captured many of the men, all of the guns, horses, and entire outfit of a battery of field artillery. It paid for its fame with some of its noblest officers and men. If Major Glover were writing this, he would, no doubt, make special mention of many who d