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The Daily Dispatch: June 27, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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John Gruss, 44th; Jackson Campbell, co B, 44th; Notly Larrharr, co I, 45th, slight wound; Charlie A Taylor, co I, 4th, wounded left arm and shoulder; Thomas A Waranack, co A, 25th. North Carolina troops. W G Connell, co G, 30th; J L Burton, co F, 4th; Strongermon M Morsons, co I, 7th; Samuel, co F, 37th; John Simmons, co A, 37th; Amos A Morris, Joseph Blackwood, co H, 37th; Frost Snow, co A, 28th; Samuel J Walker, co I, 12th, died May the 20th, in the hospital at Fredericksburg; Beverly Perdue, 33d, wounded and since dead; Henry Carson, co H, 23d; Nathaniel Boon, co A, 5th, since dead; J J Hood, co E, 7th; James Horsenes, co D, 5th, wounded in left lung; Joseph Crouch, co G, 37th, 1st Lieut K W Arrington, 30th, wounded in left thigh; Caswell Lenard, co A, 23d; Capt P F Smith, 32d, left thigh; Thos J W Hackney, co K, 7th; Wm M Turr, Stanly county, uninjured; Asa Hamrick, co H, 28th, left leg amputated above the knee; A A Morris, co H, 37th, wounded and doing well; 1st Lieut Edw