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The Daily Dispatch: August 1, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Sixth North Carolina Regiment. The following is an official statement of the killed and wounded in Col. Fisher's regiment at the battle of Manassas: Company A, Capt. Kirkland, commanding, Privates Wm. D. Hannah and Barney Bleany, killed; 2d Lieut. Thomas A. Price, 3d Serg. Wm. W. Tarpley and Daniel Burnes, slightly wounded; 1st Serg't James Parsons and Barney Brennan, severely wounded, and Chas. W. Burrows, missing. Company B, Lieut. Parish, commanding.--Private Van Buren Oakley, killed; 2d Lieut. Wilie P. Mangum, mortally wounded; Serg. David C. Roberts and Corp'l Arthur S. Carrington, severely wounded; Allen Tilly, William Ray and Gilford Laws, slightly wounded. Company C, Capt. Freeland, commanding.--Privates John A. Hutchins and Robert Falkner, killed; Private Wm. P. Haley, mortally wounded; Serg't Albert W. Pickett, Privates James Roman, Hiram W. Vickers, James Copley, Spencer B. Freeman, Silas Hutchins, Wm. Shamblee, John E. Davis, Allison S. Glenn, and H