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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Wee Nee volunteers of Williamsburg District, South Carolina, in the First (Hagood's) regiment. (search)
es J. L. Honor, severely in side and arms; P. H. Seabrook, slightly in leg; J. B. McNamee, stunned. Company B. Killed: Second Lieutenant J. E. Bomar; private R. Blakely. Wounded: First Lieutenant S. J. Burger, leg fractured (afterwards amputated); Second Lieutenant R. M. Taft, mortally (died on 18th); privates J. S. Caldwell, slightly in hand; J. J. Boyce, slightly in head; J. F. Grady, slightly in breast. Company C. Wounded: Captain Thomas J. China, mortally (died on 18th); privates Isaac Montgomery, severely in head; D. M. Smith, mortally (died on 19th); J. Wilson, severely in side; H. Tyler, severely in leg; S. A. McClary, slightly in leg; D. S. McClary, severely in thigh; E. S. Ellis, slightly in head; J. H. Young, slightly in head. Company D. Killed: Private R. Freman. Wounded: First Lieutenant P. B. Bethea, slightly in leg; Second Lieutenant M. L. Smith, severely in leg; Corporal G. Turbiville, severely in leg; privates G. Moore, slightly in arm; P. Turbeville, severe