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Granville,G Private James McLaughlin,G Private Solomon Hall,G Sergeant William Wildman,H Sergeant John Kelly,H Sergeant George E. Long,H Corporal William S. Caldwell,H Corporal Randall F. Hunnewell,H Corporal William P. Pethie,H Corporal Charles Miller,H Corporal William R. Davis,H Private Edwin T. Ehrlacher,H Private Gros Granadino,H Private Eli Hawkins,H Private Patrick J. Monks,H Private John Veliscross,H Private George Wilson,H 13th Massachusetts Battery. Private Cesahe glorious flag and defiantly bore it through the remainder of the day. Color-Corporal Barr of Company C, who carried the State colors, was also shot, and his post of honor and danger quickly taken by Color-Corporal Wheeler of Company I. Color-Corporal Miller was also wounded. Of the 28th Mass. Infantry (Col. Richard Byrnes), which had, after the 20th, the largest list of killed and mortally wounded at Fredericksburg (thirty-six), General Meagher, its brigade commander, says in his report: