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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 11 1 Browse Search
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through the entire campaign, has rendered me valuable assistance. The wound he received on Saturday, December seventeenth, having resulted in the loss of his left leg, will probably prove fatal to life. I also inclose the following report of casualties: Killed: Charles Baker, company E, corporal, December seventeenth, 1864; Thomas Ridgeway, company G, private, December seventeenth; total, two. Wounded: Sykes Beaumont, company E, captain, left leg amputated, December seventeenth; Evan Owens, company B, private, right leg amputated, December seventeenth; George Free, company B, private, shoulder, slight, December seventeenth; Nicholas Cavenaugh, company B, private, hip, severe, December sixteenth; James Earley, company F, private, leg, severe, December fourteenth; George E. Russell, company C, private, head, severe, December seventeenth; William Grouse, company H, private, foot, slight, November twenty-eighth; total, seven. Respectfully, your obedient servant, Samuel M. Zu
Twentieth Indiana regiment. In this contest also, as well as that of Friday, we lost many valuable officers and men. Captains Owens, Harper, and Stuckie were wounded — the first two, I fear, very seriously. Lieutenant Davis died gallantly on the fiompany F, who, in addition to his other laborious duties as commanding officer of his company, after his gallant Captain, Owens, had fallen, discharged, also, at my request, the duties of Adjutant of the regiment. I take pleasure in commending him tal, two hundred and ninety-one. Some of those reported as wounded have since died. I have heard of the deaths of Captain Owens, Sergeant Franks, and Albert Boyce, and I greatly fear that others have and that many will still die. The honored eir companies without leave: Lieutenant McCoy, and Second Lieutenant Sammons, company I, alleged sickness. Lieutenant Owens, company K, behaved badly, and has not yet returned. Lieutenant Smith, company F, went to camp, on Tuesday, witho
ttalion, were assigned and served as follows: The fourth company, consisting of two six-pound bronze guns, and two twelve-pound howitzers, under Captain D. F. Eshleman, Lieutenants Norcom, Battles, and Apps, with Pickett's brigade; the second company, with two six-pound bronze guns, and two twelve-pound howitzers, under Captain Richardson, Lieutenants Hawes, De Russey, and Britton, with Toombs's brigade; the first company, with three three-inch rifle guns, under Captain C. W. Squiers, Lieutenants E. Owens, Gilbraith, and Brown, and the third company, with four light twelve-pound guns, (Napoleon,) under Captain M. B. Miller, Lieutenants McElroy, and Hero, in reserve. About noon, on the twenty-ninth, the two batteries in reserve, having halted near the village of Gainesville, on the Warrenton and Centreville turnpike, were ordered forward by General Longstreet, to engage the enemy then in our front, and near the village of Groveton. Captains Miller and Squiers at once proceeded to the