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The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
y. Co. D. Private David M. Russell, Allen Reddin, Private Porter R. Murrell. Co. E. Sergeant Rich. L. Fortune, Private Ben. J. Wilson, Ben. B. Barton, F. P. Cantrill, Mat. Gillespie, Private Jacob King, Jno. A. Hollinsvort, Jas. P. Holden, H. B. Pettit, Wm. C. Hamilton. Co. G. Private J. D. Thincannon, H. Hemrick, Wm. M. Long, Leonard Shevenell, Geo. W. Senter, John F. Watson, James W. Fipp, Private Clinton A. Jones, James T. McDonald, Wm. C. Stamey, Robt. Powell, Isaac Thincannon, Henry Hemrick, Wm. J. Price. Co. H. Private Morris Allison, Richard Allison, Felix C. Carlan, Wm. Dempsey, Private Thos. R. Leister, James M. Plenblee, Benj. Pinner. Co. I. Private M. D. Luther, Wm. T. Henson, J. W. Rice, Private J. M. Pettit, Thos. Green. Co. K. Private Jas. M. Patterson, Jas. Williams, Robt. W. Lankford, Private John F. Dillingham, Gideon H. Williams. [69] Forty-ninth North Carolina Regiment. Field and Staff.
The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of casualties in the recent battles before Richmond. (search)
y I, Capt Megness.--Killed D. D. Hamrick. Wounded J. Childers, (since dead,) R. D. Hughs, E Macswain, Lt Bean, Corp'l D W Powell, Corp'l T. B. Hean, P. Green, W C. Hannack. M. Haines, G C Kilchen, C B Powell, J. C. Williams, A G Wickins, Color-Serg'tPowell, J. C. Williams, A G Wickins, Color-Serg't Jno Waters. Company K, Capt McLaughlin.--No report of names. Killed 3, wounded 16. E. Goldman, Act'g Adj't 38th N. G. T. List of the casualties of the Jeff Davis Artillery Capt. J. W. Bondurant, Garland's Brigader in the battles of J27th. Company A--Killed: Capt Cook, Corp Thomas Slaughter, Martin Burruss, Jos Burruss, Robt Burruss, Wm B Peake, Robert Powell, Ed Staples, Wounded: Sergt T Brockman, Reuben Newman, Herbert Newman, F D Hume, A Hensworth, Henry Diggs, W. T. Digg Company D, (Southern Rilles,)--Killed: T J Mc. Bryde, L B Feibler, R M-McNeil, J M Gillis — Wounded: C C Terry, Capt Powell, Thad McCowan, Joe Rowe, P G Thompson, S H Smith, W Swink, A S Connel, G C Baker, T J Bagby. Missing: C Rosenthiel.