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The Daily Dispatch: June 9, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Wounded: 1st Lieut W J Raines, severely, in leg; Jr 2d Lieut W J Jones, severely, in thigh; 4th Sergt S B Marshall, very slightly, in face; Corporal C E Dezier, severe flesh wound, in thigh; Corporal Jas A Dozier, thigh, shattered; Privates G H Mathews, slightly, in arm; Freeman Mathews, severely, in thigh; J B Wilson, arm broken, and severe flesh wound in thigh; J B Pye, very slightly, on breast; Andrew Howard, severely, in shoulder. Recapitulation. Killed 16 Wounded120 MissinFreeman Mathews, severely, in thigh; J B Wilson, arm broken, and severe flesh wound in thigh; J B Pye, very slightly, on breast; Andrew Howard, severely, in shoulder. Recapitulation. Killed 16 Wounded120 Missing9 Aggregate154 James Gardner, Adjutant 27th Georgia regiment. Casualties in the 11th Alabama regiment. Col Sydenham Moore, severely, wounded. Company A.--Killed: Privates E B Adams and Benj Nored. Wounded: Capt T H Holcomb, in the hand; 2d Lieut John H Adams, slightly; Serg't J J Carter, slight; privates A S Crawford, mortally; J S Parker, mortally; Wm R Fortles, J T McDonald, A J Morgan, Henry Beard, severely; Geo Post. Missing: J H E Adams, T W Tucker, supposed t