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The Daily Dispatch: June 30, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
. Keziah. Co. G. Mus'n D. F. Batson, J. A. Taylor, Mus'n B. K. Bedingfield, J. M. Shepherd. Co. H. Private J. R. Benfield, R. B. Cochran, J. M. Hunter, S. E. Morris, J. H. Hook, M. H. Jordan, J. C. Kirk, J. J. Mason, W. A. Biggers, M. A. Wilson, Private J. M. McEmmon, D. W. Morris, R. S. McRae, D. S. Mewell, T. E. Pucket, William Petre, W. J. Taylor. D. H. McCall, S. E. Howie. Co. I. Sergeant S. F. Worrell, T. R. Talton, Private John Colton, Private Daniel Lancaster, Thomas Ward. Co. K. Sergeant Wm. A. Wilson, Private L. D. Abernathy, B. F. Arney, J. P. Arney, J. Britton, H. H. Childers, W. P. Deitz, Private W. A. Langbridge, Joe Murrell, J. A. Penson, John Stafford, J. P. Whitner, J. R. Webb, W. C. Fount, Private J. A. Denton, J. A. Hawk, W. P. Ikard, Private A. A. Toder, H. Zimmerman. [111] Fifty-sixth North Carolina Regiment. Field and Staff. Com. Sergeant S. P. Mullen, Q.-M. Sergeant W. W. Graves,
desperate bravery exhibited by the command in the bloody strife.--We learn that Mr. Dawson, a young English man, who came over in the Nashville, volunteered for the engagement, and received a wound while acting most gallantly. The Crenshaw Battery, of this city, (attached to Gregg's brigade,) acted with distinguished gallantry in Friday's battle. The casualties are: Serg't S. Strother and Private Robt Hines, killed; Corporal Wm. B. Allen, Marion Knowles, Geo. Young, Benton Graves, Daniel Lancaster, Thos. Mallory, and Thomas Ryder, wounded. The company lost fully one third of their horses, and had three of their guns disabled. All the pieces were brought off the field, however, though, owing to a lack of horses, some had to be dragged away by hand Casualties in Co. E., 44th Ga. Regiment, engaged before Ellyson's Mills, Thursday evening: Killed--Privates A. Bagwell, J. Lee, E. Davis, R. M. Dawson, J. H. Digby. Missing — W. J Reeves. M. P. Swinney. Wounded--Capt. J. W. Adam
obtain a perfectly accurate list seems almost impossible: Seabrook's Hospital. Corp'l Jas M Tynes, 19th Miss, Bugler Thos. H Brown, 14th La; Philip Dunnavant, 7th N C; W R Jester, 44th Ga; Serg't R Irby, 17th Tenn; Lieut G O Crawford, 19th Ga; Serg't R R Revols, 34th N C; J W Shields, do do; J H. Roberts, 12th Miss; B F Hastings, 19th Miss; Wm. Mulaskin, do do; G N Clark, do do; D T Wyatt, do do; W T Scott, do do; John Nultry, 5th Ala; John Dance, do do; J T Lancaster, 12th Miss; J W Smith, 20th Ga; Henry Moss, 34th N C; Andrew Kane, 4th La; Alphonso Emrique, 7th Tenn; Lieut Jas E Reese, 5th Ala; Corp'l Jos H Meeks, 44th Ga; S Nowels, do do; N M Shaw do do; 8 Baily, do do; Lieut S H Johnston, do do; John B Raffenss, 2d Miss. Serg't Wm McField, do do; M Harsehan, St Paul's bat; J F Forentan, 40th Ga; L A Ford, 23d N C; John Mullen, 2d Miss; Serg't R W Robins, 22d N C, Hendley Duke, 12th N C, S S Davenport, 35th Ga; Jno R Chessier, 2d Fla, C W Jordan, 45th Ga; C C Davis,