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The Daily Dispatch: July 29, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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ert S. McMullen, in foot; Charles McFarly, in the leg; Joseph C. Simmons, in two places. Co. E, Berkeley County--Capt. R. T. Colston. Killed--Lieut. D. H. Manor. Wounded-Privates C. Manor, in the face; G. Miller mortally. Missing — E. Tobin, J. Frizer, J. Turner, N. Keesecker. Co. F. Winchester--Capt. Wm. L. Clark, Jr. --Killed — Serg't E. O. Burgess, Serg't I. N. Glaize, Privates Lloyd Powell, William Young, Charles Mitchell. Wounded--Capt. W. L. Clark, Jr., in the thigh; Privates R. Meade, lost an arm; S. Barton, in the leg, McCarty, head; Kidd, back; Beatty, leg; Hobson, leg; Coontz, ankle; J. Sherrard. slightly wounded; James Rines lost a leg. Missing--Ten men, supposed to be at the Junction. Co. G. Jefferson County--Capt. E. L. Moore Wounded--Lieut Robert M. English, wounded in the arm, leg and breast; Sergeant Middlecough, in forehead; Privates Aisquith, in neck; F. G. Butler, in chest, since dead; Foster, in both legs; W. Manning, in breast and face; L. Page,