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The Daily Dispatch: June 7, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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ved a severe wound and was carried off the field, and the command of the brigade, and of the assault at that key point, devolved on that tine young officer, Colonel Wolcott, of the Forty-sixth Ohio, who filled his post manfully. He continued the contest, pressing forward at all points. Colonel Loomis had made good progress to the right; and at about two P. M. General John E. Smith, judging the battle to be most severe on the hill, and being required to support General Ewing, ordered up Colonel Runion's and General Matthias's brigades across the fields to the summit that was being fought for. They moved up under a heavy fire of cannon and musketry, and joined to Colonel Wolcott, but the crest was so narrow that they necessarily occupied the west face of the hill. The enemy at the time being massed in great strength in the tunnel gorge, moved a large force, under cover of the ground and the thick bushes, and suddenly appeared on the right and rear of this command. An occasional sho
ett, G W Davis, John Davenport, T P Voght, T C Perkins, J B Patterson, L E Parlor. C J Davenport, J R Godfrey, J J Fowler, J D Howard, J W Ramsey. Missing: J A Terry, J H Kraff, Austin Emens Total killed, 2; wounded, 18; missing, 3--23. Company F, Davis Guards, Capt Austin.--Killed: R Holland, R Burdett, B Smith. --Wounded: Lieut Charles, Sergt Gainson, Sergt Smyre, Corpl Martin, Privates A Austin, W Morgan, J Burdett, L Dillard, T Donnegan, W Wallace, W Jones, C F Hoke, W M Moore A M Runion, Jos Watson, J A McDaniel, W Hutchings, R Thompson. Missing: W P Saxton. Total killed, 3; wounded, 18; missing, 1--22. Company G, Claremont Rifles, Capt Moore. Killed: W H Thompson, T J Wright Wounded: Serg'ts T D Spann, J A McCachern, Privates T P Sanders, D R Patterson, L P Bostick, J E Eveleigh, S Coates, J Boygard. Total killed, 2; wounded, 8. Total casualties — Killed, 21; wounded, 119; missing, 13--153. The battalion went into battle with 21 officers and men. Jas. C