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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore), chapter 102 (search)
Doc. 94.-battle of Parker's cross-roads, Tenn. Colonel Dunham's official report. headquarters Third brigade, Parker's Cross-Roads, near Lexington, Tenn., December 31, 1862. Brig.-Gen. J. C. Sullivan, Commanding Division: sir: In pursuance of your written order of yesterday, the thirtieth instant, I on that day, at ab
htly; private Joseph Smith, Co. H, in hand, slightly; private Nathan Russell, Co. H, in breast, slightly; private James Estes, Co. H, in hand, slightly; private Clifford B. Parker, Co. H, in abdomen, slightly; Sergeant Wm. L. Keaggy, Co. I, in leg, slightly; private James C. Evans, Co. K, in head, slightly.
missing and suppose the Dresden road, at Hico, arcoss the Trenton road, a little to the eastward of McLemoresville, and reaching the Lexington road a few miles south of Clarksville — Parker's Cross-Roads-intending thence to strike the road through Lexington for Clifton, their proposed crossing-place of the Tennessee River.
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