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The Daily Dispatch: April 11, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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H.)--Wounded--Lieut. E. C. Crump. Missing — Simon Haup. Cpt J. P. Fitzgerald's company, (I.)--Missing--1st Sg't N. E. Venable, privates Frank Hambleton, Jas. M. Hambleton. Capt. S. T. Walton's company, (K.)--Killed — John O. Pettus, P. G. Eubank. Wounded--Capt S. T. Walton, Serg't J. H. Pettus, private J. C. Hankins. Missing--Corporal P. A. Booth, privates C. B. Andurm, N. B. Cooch, Wm. Cassad., W. L. Eubank, J. H. Eubask, N. Flemming, E. H. Hankins, J. Howard, A. W. Keeling, C. Robertson, J. J. McCargo, W. J. Webb, S. M. Willis. A copy of the Baltimore American has found its way into our camp, containing a list of prisoners now in that city, which contains the names of many, if not all, of those set down as missing. Our regiment was much reduced, the re-enlisted men being absent on furlough, and many officers on recruiting service. Only one hundred and forty rank and file were reported in the regiment for duty the morning of the fight. There were many individu