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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8. (ed. Frank Moore) 8 0 Browse Search
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sualties on board this ship during the engagement of this day with the enemy's batteries on shore and afloat: Lewis Lord, landsman, nape of neck, dangerous; Owen Maines, seaman, fore-arm broken, shoulder-joint, head, and hip contused, since died of wounds, killed; John Harris, Quarter-Gunner, gunshot wound in lower jaw, serious; Thomas Rogers, landsman, contusion of right leg, slight, Henry Johnson, ordinary seaman, splinter-wound, slight; James Sweeney, seaman, splinter-wound, slight; George Rowe, second-class fireman, splinter-wound, slight; Sam Hazard, landsman, splinter-wound, slight. Total, one killed, seven wounded. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, B. F. Gibbs, Surgeon. Commander W. E. Le Roy, Commanding U. S. Steam Sloop Ossipee, Mobile Bay. Report of casualties on the U. S. S. Galena. United States steamer Galena, Aug. 5, 1864. sir: I would most respectfully report the following casualty on board this vessel while passing Fort Morgan: Wounded
harles K. Graham, Brigadier-General, etc. Rear-Admiral S. P. Lee, Commanding N. A. B. Squadron. Please send a boat up the Nansemond to me, and the bearer, Captain Rowe, will proceed with his vessel to Smithfield. Report of Captain Guert Gansevoort. United States iron-clad Roanoke, Newport news, Va., February 4, 1864. oing this many yielded up their lives to the merciless foe, who shot them as they were really drowning. Upon reaching the boat, Captain Lee found its Commander, Rowe, severely wounded in the throat. The engineer was also seriously wounded, and out of a crew of about fifty there were left on board hardly a half-dozen men who were not disabled. At the request of Captain Rowe, Captain Lee took command of the boat. He found her to be greatly damaged from the fire of the enemy. The pilot-house was entirely demolished. The wheel could not be worked, and it was with much difficulty that the engine could be gotten to move sufficiently to propel her furth