gallant soldier, while in all relations of his life he had borne a high and honorable name.
Captain Ambrose Scarborough, of Company C, though written as among the killed in the battle, fell on the afternoon preceding while leading a reconnoitering party.
A native also of Montgomery county, his career had been alike honorable in peace and war. The officers wounded in the battle were, Lieutenant-Colonel R. D. Johnston, Captain William Johnston, Captain I. J. Young, Lieutenant McDonald. Lieutenants Luria and Knott, both of Granville, were killed.
The killed of privates and non-commissioned officers numbered thirty-five, while seventy-eight was the number of the same ranks wounded.
These figures are taken from Moore's Roster, and we believe, are about the actual casualties.
Lieutenant-Colonel Johnston, was wounded in the arm, face and neck, had his horse killed under him, and was shot down within fifty feet of where the breastworks and artillery were.
From divers causes, sickness ma