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The Daily Dispatch: June 10, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Reports of casualties. We add some further lists of casualties in the battle of the Seven Pinier, near Richmond, officially reported since our last publication: 14th Virginia infantry, (Major R. L. Maury) Field and staff — Killed: None. Wounded: Major R L Maury. Missing: None. Company A.--Killer: Privates R. W. Mills and Jeff Perkins. Wounded: 1st Sergt W. T Dahart, Corpl F. O. Darbans, Privates S. L. Hilton, N. B Simpson. L. G. Adkins, L. H. Finch, P. Bouldin- 7. Missing: None. Company B--Killed: Sergt G. W. McMcil, Private W. D. Bradley--2. Wounded: Sergt C. C. Harper, Corpl John P. Lyon Privates Wm. Bowlas, Josiah Bowsman, W. P. Claiborne, J. E. Harrison, Josiah W. Tegi, L. E. Inge, J. A. Maiden, J. A. Larure--10 Missing: None. Company C.--Killed: Private E. C. Vaughn--1. Wounded: Lt. G. W. Welker, Serg't B. Hale and O. C. Shockley; Privates O. Anderson J. R. Curd, L. S. Dawson, A. W. Dehaven, W. H. Kenny, Walter McGee, P. M. Gee, L. A. Rigney, W.