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The Daily Dispatch: October 17, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ay night, and this is only the beginning of the end. Below, we give the following official list of killed, wounded, and missing of the different companies, as far as received: Clen h Rifles.--Killed, F. J. Cook, J. H. Adams; wounded, W. H. Smith, Newton Rice — both slightly. Sealey Guards.--None killed, wounded, or missing. Georgia Grays.--Killed, one; wounded, two slightly. Irish Volunteers.--Company C.--Killed, John Stanton; wounded, Edmund Flyn missing, Thomas O'Conner. Dauson Volunteers.--Killed, none; wounded, R. J. Hayes, badly; Thomas Caldwell received a shot in the left arm, making amputation necessary. Company A, 7th Alabama Regiment.--Killed, 2; wounded, 6; missing, 1. Two members of the Madison Rifles attached to this company were killed. Capt. Peake's Company, 10th Mississippi Reg't. --Killed, none; wounded, J. W. Kincaid, badly. Company G, 10th Mississippi Reg't. --5th Sergeant J. P. Barksdale, wounded — supposed mortall