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The Daily Dispatch: June 5, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: September 29, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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wounded. Total--6 killed, 25 wounded. Company B--1st Lieut S H Adams, killed; 3d Lieut A L Finley, supposed killed; Corp'l W L Bird, Privates G W Stokes, Martin -fford, killed; Sergt J P Tate, Privates W A Holyfield, W A Buckhannon, W F Gibbs, Jno Martin, John Gwin, J G Poget, Martin Cartis, P F Sigley, Thos Odear. Alfred Clayton, wounded; Hamton Comer, J J.--, missing. Total--5 killed, 11 wounded, 2 missing. Company E--Lieut J A Hooper, wounded; Private J P Maxwell, killed; Privates Henry Long, J A May, W C May, V G Oliver, J P Start, L W Ward, wounded. Company F--Privates E Anderson, A J Caudill, L A Stomper, A T Holiway, killed; Privates John Baldwin, N Reynolds, James Crance, H D Mains, John Mains, Calvin Conier, S B Dennis, R Huchinson, D A Fox, C M Crouse, Alexander Toliver, H G Stomper, wounded; Sergts David Edwards, M S Alexander, and Privates H R Wagoner, M W Yates, E J Ham, Levi Collins, missing. Total--4 killed 12 wounded, 6 missing. Company G--Sergt C H S
g to our list of casualties in the Valley: Captain J. Livingston Massie, of the Fluvanna artillery, killed; Sergeant-Major William M. Abell, of Charlottesville, acting adjutant of the Fifth Virginia cavalry, killed; Major J. M. Wilson, Seventh Louisiana regiment, wounded; Edward C. Minor, of Charlottesville, a member of the New Kent cavalry, arm shot off; Lieutenant Colonel Pendleton, assistant adjutant-general to General Early, mortally wounded; Captain Duncan, of Louisiana, killed; Lieutenant Henry Long, of the same State, wounded; Captain Lasley, company K, Second Virginia cavalry, and Hugh Garth, of Albemarle, same company, killed; Edward Wills, of Lynchburg, a member of Massie's battery, killed; Major Seaton Gales, of North Carolina, captured. General Wharton is reported wounded. From Petersburg. Since our last report no movements of importance have transpired on the lines in front of Petersburg. Save the occasional discharge of a musket, and, at long intervals, the boo