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several daring charges. The Sixteenth North Carolina, Colonel McElroy, and Twenty-second, Lieutenant-Colonel Gray, at one tiHoke, J. H. Lane, Cowan; Lieutenant-Colonels Folsom, Gray, McElroy, Simpson, H. H. Walker; Majors C. C. Cole, Vandegraff; Lieand Lieutenant-Colonel Fisher, Lieutenant-Colonel Luse, Major McElroy, and Captain Brooks, on whom the regimental commands des was the Sixteenth North Carolina, commanded by Lieutenant-Colonel McElroy. Upon reaching Mechanicsville, I was ordered bye going farther, I must particularize a little. Lieutenant-Colonel McElroy, commanding Fifteenth, Lieutenant-Colonel Gray ants, leading it promptly and well to the front. Lieutenant-Colonels McElroy and Ray, the latter assisted by Major Cole, disp. The command in the Thirteenth regiment devolved upon Major McElroy; in the Seventeenth, on Lieutenant-Colonel Fizer; in th, Captain Company I, commanding Regiment. Report of Major McElroy. headquarters Thirteenth Mississippi regiment, Jul
he field, while nobly leading his regiment in the fight. Lieutenant-Colonel McElroy, of the Thirteenth regiment, although wounded, remained it twelve-pound guns, (Napoleon,) under Captain M. B. Miller, Lieutenants McElroy, and Hero, in reserve. About noon, on the twenty-ninth, t front of the town; the third company, Captain M. B. Miller, Lieutenants McElroy and Hero, with four twelve-pounder Napoleons, to the right ogain into position. Lieutenant Hero having been wounded, and Lieutenant McElroy having been left to watch the movements of the enemy on the re of the guns that had been ordered to this position, leaving Lieutenant McElroy to command his section; and he continued the fight until its n defence of the centre for several hours; to Lieutenants Hero and McElroy, Sergeants Ellis, Bier, (chief artificer,) and Dempsey, (artificerng in my duty, however, were I not to mention Lieutenants Hero and McElroy, and my non-commisioned officers, Sergeants McNeil, Handy, Collins