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The Daily Dispatch: December 13, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: September 18, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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in, J. W. Tabb; 1st Lieutenant, Benj. F. Howard; 2d Lieutenant, John A. Tyree; Jr. 2d. Lieutenant, Wm. W. McKaig. Company K.--Captain, Florence Miller; 1st Lieutenant, F. W. E. Loman; 2d Lieutenant, Fred. W. Hagemeyer; Jr. 2d Lieutenant, Herman Paul. The following is a statement of the changes that have taken place among the commissioned officers: Company B--Randolph Harrison, elected Captain, vice James K Lee, died August 2d, from a wound received July 18th. Wm. W. Harrison, prpromoted, vice Capt Taylor, resigned. Lieut. Jno. A. Tyree, promoted, vice J. T. Rodgers, resigned. Lieut. B. F. Howard, promoted, vice Jno. A. Tyree, promoted, Lieut. W. W. McKaig, promoted, vice B. F. Howard, promoted. Company K.--Lieut. Paul, promoted, vice Lieut. Linkenhauser, deserted. I also add a statement of the killed and wounded in the battles of the 18th and 21st July: Company C.--Lieut. (now Captain) Engglish, wounded in the leg. Serg't. Patrick Rankin, wounded
ding did not sustain any material damage. This fire was not only of a very destructive character in point of property burnt up, but was attended with great human suffering.--We have already heard of some ten or twelve who were severely hurt, and it is feared that there are still others buried beneath the ruins. Those enumerated below were mostly inured by the falling of the East wall of the building adjoining Lumpkin's store, which was occupied by Mrs. Miller. Their names are: Herman Paul, fireman, badly bruised; A. B. Parks, fireman, severely; Edward Allen, fireman, severely; S. S. Carter, fireman, severely; and Andrew L Tensor, fireman, slightly.--Four other firemen, whose names we could not learn, were slightly injured. Messrs. G. W. and W. J. Lumpkin were also injured — the former having his left arm severely mashed, and the latter receiving a severe sprain in the back. A soldier, named George Myers. belonging to Hampton's Legion, had his leg broken, besides