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The Daily Dispatch: July 2, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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tes L M Sebrec, Samuel Bell, N C Barton, W Greenwood, G Moon. Wounded: Capt T E Betts, Lieut C E Redman, privates Ellughes, J Hayes, W T Hall, A W Garner, J S Winstead, J B Jett, Wm Swain, W March, Benj Turner, G Rice, R Reynolds. Company D.--Killed: None. Wounded: William France, O Sergt J H Yeatman, C H Scott, V Anthony, G Bowen, W H Balderson, C H Carter, G Hinson, G W Quesenberry, R Hardwick, E Edmonds. Company E.--Killed: R Maskell, R Coats, W H H Scrimger. Wounded: Serg't John Lambkin, Sergt J W Efford, T Willard, Wm Mealey, A Efford, R Dunnaway, V R Clark, J B Warwick, James J King, R Loving, H Purcell. Company F. Killed: Privates N T Cockrill, Wm Jones. Wounded: Corpl Wm Flint, Corpl L W Moore; Invates W H Covington, T W Eskridge, L W Haynie, Jos Hall, L Jones, Jas Jones, T Morrison, C R Rock, W C Rice, N Haynie. Company G. Killed: Privates W S Jones, Jos Patrick. Wounded: Ord Sgt W P Hudgins, Sgt S B Huge left; Privates Jno Davis, R Davis, N Wilson. Co