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Col. John M. Harrell, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 10.2, Arkansas (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 2 0 Browse Search
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. M. McKenzie (killed), J. S. T. Hemphill (wounded); Privates G. W. Sallee, J. C. Bogy, W. W. Chaney, Hardee J. Bullion, A. P. Green (killed), James Beeson,. John H. Curd, O. C. Choat. In Second Arkansas: Capt. Charles P. Moore (killed), Lieuts. H. C. Collier and B. L. Clegg (wounded), Lieut.-Col. R. F. Harvey, Capt. J. K. Phillips; Lieuts. C. S. Everson, M. D. Brown and R. E. Smith. In Fifth Arkansas: Lieutenant-Colonel Murray, Capt. A. B. Washington; Privates John Atkinson (wounded), B. W. Maret and C. Mattix (carried flag, though wounded, after three color-bearers shot down), J. K. Leslie (wounded). In Sixth and Seventh Arkansas: Lieut.-Col. F. J. Cameron (wounded), Capts. J. W. Martin, S. C. Brown, J. G. Fletcher, W. E. Wilkerson, M. M. Duffie (wounded); Lieuts. J. A. Reeves, Sergeant-Major Eddins, Sergeant Bratton, Private Halse (Capt. J. T. Armstrong and Lieuts. J. E. Nicholson and Henry Fisher were killed). In Helena artillery: Lieut. Robert Fitzpatrick. In Eighth Arkansas: