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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 32. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.10 (search)
casualties. This refers especially to Company C, which was at that time mostly filled up with recruits. Officers killed and died from wounds. Colonel Lewis B. Williams, Captain James Hallihan, Company C; Lieutenant W. A. Caho, Company I. Non-commissioned officers and Privates. Company B-Fendall Franklin; Company C-James Thomas; Company D-D. S. Edwards, Willie Mitchell, J. W. Freeman, M. J. Wingfield; Company G—W. F. Miller; Company L—Corporal L. O. Ellett, E. J. Griffin, Edward Taliaferro, H. McLaughlin; Company H-Sergeant C. P. Hansford, Corporal Richard Chaddick, W. J. Vaughan, Flowers, Nuckols, St. Clair, John Paine, M. Brestrahan, W. S. Waddill.—Total, twenty-three. wounded-Those marked * were left in enemy's hands: Field and Staff-Major F. H. Langley, Sergeant-Major J. R. Polak, Color-Sergeant William Lawson.* Company B—Captain T. Herbert Davis,* Lieutenant J. A. Payne, Corporal W. J. Carter,* Corporal John Q. Figg,* Privates George R. Heath,* James Stagg,* Jos