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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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de: Howe's Artillery--James Enyart and George L. Price, killed; Andrew Dougherty, arm shot off; M. Leedridge and Corporal Andrews, wounded. Ninth Indiana------Smith, of Company II, killed; Isaac Bryant, slightly wounded in the shoulder. Fourteenth Indiana--Amos Boyd, Company C, and Harmon Myers, Company H, killed; Capt. Foote, Company E, grape-shot wound in the arm — not serious; James S. Jackson, Company D, Corporal John Lyon, Company E, Asa Smith, Company K, all slightly wounded ; Sergeant Urner Price was wounded in the thigh by a shell, and his leg was amputated this morning, and he is likely to recover. Seventeenth Indiana--E. T. Dukes, of Company B, killed. He was from Thorntown, Boone County. He was cut nearly in two with a cannon-ball. One private slightly wounded. Thirteenth Indiana--Private Hendricks killed by a shell. One private slightly wounded. Seventh Indiana--Wilson Fossett, slightly wounded. Twenty-seventh Ohio--Corporal McCann, of Company B, from Zanesville,