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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.27 (search)
acobs, dead, Walter S. Jones, John S. Knote, dead, Miles C. King, James B. Kent, William P. Kemp, dead, A. E. Kinsela, Charles P. Layton, John B. Lacy, killed, John P. Lacy, James I. Littlepage, dead, John C. Littlepage, H. H. Littlepage, killed, Joseph Lee, William J. Leigh, dead, Richard Leftwich, Cornelius Lukhard, S. H. Lukhard, William A. Logan, Cornelius Martin, dead, Samuel J. Martin, dead, John Mann, Alex. Martin, dead, Ernest S. Martin, William B. Martin, Lee B. Martin, killed, Hamilton Martin, dead, Robert Mitchell, A. T. Mooklar, A. Miles, Robert Morris, dead, Cyrus Mellow, Charles Mills, Hasalom Nuthall, J. I. Newman, dead, James Noel, John Noel, dead, Edward Paw, dead, John Paw, dead, R. C. Pemberton, E. S. Pollard, E. L. Powell, dead, Matt. Reynolds, James A. Robins, L. M. Robinson, Robert S. Ryland, Josiah Ryland, Jr., Caleb Ross, dead, William T. Robins, William H. Robb, dead, Charles P. Rust, Robert D. Saunders, Richard H. Shelly, John Saunders, Thomas P. Satterwhite,
ay night, and lasted from 8 o'clock till midnight. Each army is busily engaged strengthening their lines on Hatcher's run. We regret to learn that in the battle of last Monday the Twelfth Virginia regiment suffered considerably. The following is a list of the casualties in this regiment: Killed — W. D. Wilson, S. D. Vaughan, R. H. Pettaway, G. A. Spence. Wounded.--D. C. Taylor, J. C. Bishop, Ro. S. Eckles, Lieutenant B. W. Grasswitt, Corporal D. M. Dunlop, James E. Orr, Hamilton Martin, W. H. Scott, G. S. Bernard, Sergeant J. Chappell, Corporal J. W. Seward, Lieutenant J. P. Sale, Sergeant L. Walker, R. J. House, R. M. Manning, Sergeant G. R. Crump, W. A. Lucy, J. B. Harris, W. Smith. From South Carolina--Sherman's movements. The Edisto river rises in the southwestern portion of South Carolina, and flowing southwestwardly, empties into the Atlantic forty miles southwest of Charleston. Branchville is on the Augusta branch of the South Carolina railroad, a mi