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Retaliation "A gentleman by the name of Taylor, residing in Gilmer county, Va. whose property had been destroyed by the invaders, has killed no less than eighteen of the Ohio vandals in that and the adjoining counties. As they advance through the mountains the invaders will hear the crack of the rifle from every thicket, and learn too late for their personal safety that the back-woodsmen can never be subjugated.
The Daily Dispatch: August 7, 1861., [Electronic resource], List of wounded men in General Hospital, Charlottesville, Va. (search)
Stephen W C, 17th Mississippi, H — chest, died on the cars. Strickland T R, 3d Sergeant 2d Mississippi, E — leg and side, severe. Stamper Troy, 4th Virginia, F — jaw, severe. Stewart B P, 27th Virginia--died in removal. Stevens G S 4th Alabama, G — hip, not severe. Saunders Marion, 8th Georgia, G — hip, slight. Talbot Allen, 2d Mississippi, company B--thigh, severe. Tarver, B, 4th Alabama, C — thigh. Taylor Andrew, 27th Virginia, D — cheek, not severe. Taylor--4th Alabama, C — knee. Teaney Chas. L, 4th Virginia, C — leg, severe. Thomas Winton R, 4th Virginia, C — knee. Thomas W F, Corp'l 4th Alabama, E — calf; mortification; died July 30. Thomason N N, 3d South Carolina, K — thigh, severe. Thompson W W, 7th Louisiana, H — stunned, slight. Timms G, H L, B — bruise by shell, not severe. Tinsley Addison, 3th Georgia, B — both arms, not severe. Todd Thos K, 2d Mississippi, D — foot, slight.
of our men was killed while on picket guard. The Federals lost several at the same time, and had all buried here. Some of our citizens finding it out, went in search of the body of poor Hanes (I think is his name,) of the Letcher Guard. Mr. L B. Taylor and Mr. Dangerfield found the body, took it up, had it decently prepared for the grave, put him in an $80 metallic coffin, and had him put in the Episcopal burial ground. It had to be done very privately; but some ladies found it out, and sent a bouquet to be placed on the coffin. An officer standing by said with a sneer, it was too much respect shown to a common murderer. Mr. Taylor said that was no time or place to discuss the question. Four ladies followed his body to the grave, besides the gentlemen. It was raining at the time, but if I had known it, I would have liked to have been another. On his person two letters were found; one from his sister, telling him to be careful on picket guard, also that she would send him her p