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The Daily Dispatch: June 19, 1862., [Electronic resource], The twenty-seventh Virginia regiment. (search)
Field officers.--Wounded: Major Shriver. Company B.--Killed: Lieut Lenard, Privates Chilton and Joseph Sweet. Wounded: Alex Smith, Logan, Gowers, J P Chilton, and Nooderspard. Company C.--Wounded: Welcher, Porter, Purseley, and Baker. Company D.--Wounded: Captain F. C. Wilson, Privates R. W. Sands, F. H. Brown, and — Lotts. Company E.--Killed: Squire Johnson. Wounded: Lieut, Edgar, Privates Novinger, Harper, Holly, and H. Sanford. Company F.--Killed: Dick McClury, Andrew Martin, and — Carter, Wounded: Lieut. Showber, Privates Ackerley and Rowlison. Company G.--Killed:--Walton. Wounded: None. Company H.--Wounded: Privates Thomas, Hilbaner, Drumheller, Smith, Camden, and Mitchell, Killed 8, wounded 28. Total 36. The gentleman who furnishes the foregoing says: "When it is recollected that the 27th went into the fight with but 140 men, it will be seen at once that it suffered severely, the ratio being fully 30 per cent. All who witnessed the conduc
The First Maryland regiment. The following is pretty nearly a correct list of the casualties in the First Maryland regiment, during the late operations of Jackson in the Valley: Wounded--Lieut. Col. E. R. Dorsey, through shoulder. Company A.--Wounded: Capt Wm W Goldsborough, in the side; Color Corporal John B Taylor, severely; Privates Cyrus Butler, severely; Martin L Rider, in breast; James Lawson, left arm; Polk Mayberry, through ankle. Company D.--Killed: Lieut Nicholas Snowden; Privates Edward Beatly. --Berry. Wounded: Sergeant H. Wells, dangerously; Corporal McIntyre, severely; --Simpson, severely; John Key, severely;--Ackler. Company E.--Wounded; Color--Sergeant Doyle, severely; Sergeant Wallace, dangerously; Color-Corporal Cole, severely; Privates Quinn, seriously; Wm Bannon, severely, Edward Lawn, severely. Company F.--Wounded: Sergeants Kennedy and Vogt; Private George Eisenburger. Company G.--Killed: Private Murphy. Wounded: Privates Ryan and Wagner