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The Daily Dispatch: June 4, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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y; private W T Anderson, badly; S B Brooks, do; Martin H Breruan, slightly; O C Cuthbert, badly; J J Hudson, do and missing; Lewis Langdon, badly; S J M Russell, do; E W Couch, slightly; S S Goddard, do; A P Hall, do; W L Knight, do, Geo H Rea, do; W F Somerville, do; Ed Toumer, do; W T Weaver, do; James B Hollingsworth, do; Wm Tarlton, do; John C Catlin, do. Went into action with 72 men. Company C, Tuekegee Light Infantry--Killed: Capt R L Mays, Private W F Costar, Henry J Gilmer, Martin Mansfield. Severely wounded: Chas Droughty, Wm T Pride, T J Varner, H D Hodnett, B R McGerity, T J Roberts. Slightly wounded: R S McFarland, J W Campbell, J S Drakeford, John McBride, Wm H Mitchell, R A Peterson, J S Robinson, C W Tats F M Franum. Missing: B H Keisar, A S Keisar, W H Henifee, S H Pon. Company D, Southern Rifles--Killed: Thos Stinson, E F McGowas. Wounded: Sergeant Beaumont, Serg't Vann, Private A C Bagby, A C Bond, J M Cameton, W T Clark, Dawson, Day McBride, Manning, Ra