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The Daily Dispatch: July 31, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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a list of the killed and wounded of the companies from Rockbridge county, in the battle of Manassas: Liberty Hall Volunteers, Company J. Fourth Regiment Va. Volunteers. Killed--B. A. Bradley and C. W. Bell, by the same ball; W. L. Paxton, by a shell; and W. B. Ott and H. L. Wilson, in the charge on the batteries. Wounded Severely--C. D. Strickler, shot in the shoulder, the ball striking the spine; Calvin Utz, struck in the head with a piece of shell. Wounded Slightly.--Geo. Strickler, bruised in the side; W. A. Anderson, shot in the left knee; S. M. Lightner, slightly bruised; H. A. Paxton, fore-finger of left hand shot off; C. F. Neel, severely bruised in the side. C. W. Bell died just as he was put on the cars — the other four were buried together, and their graves marked with head-boards. Rockbridge Greys, 4th Regt. Va. Volunteers. Killed.--Lieut. J. L. Moffett, Privates J. T. McCorkie, S. P. Wilson, John Goolsby, and J. McManamy. Wounded.--Lieu