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The Daily Dispatch: June 7, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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hell. Total killed total wounded 48 missing 4. The above loss was sustained by the regiment on Saturday evening (with the exception of private Morton, co. K, who was wounded Sunday morning,) and the numbers show the severity of the fire to which it was exposed. W. F. Wise. Adjutant 11th Alabama Reg't. Casualties in the 2d Mississippi regiment. Company A.--Wounded: Private Thomas Baller. Missing: Private C C Key. Company B.--Wounded: Sergt P G Braddock, Privates James Sutherland, severely; T A Prince, severely; Samuel Goldsmith, slightly, he is only 15 years of age; J M Colton, mortally; J L Boyd, severely; J L McDonald, J L Ticer, W C Graham, B B Thompson. Company D.--Wounded: Private R H Wilson. Company F.--Killed: Private Jas B Smith. Wounded: Privates Joel Prince, J L Pitiman. Missing: Private F W Pickens. Company G.--Killed: Privates Jas Reed, R M Barksdale. Wounded: Sergt J M Barksdale, Privates to Manaban. Pat McNsily, W M Combt,