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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 4 0 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 2. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.20 (search)
, slightly in arm. James D. Moore, badly in thigh. Noah Page, badly in thigh. William R. Payne, slightly in body. A. W. Perkins, slightly in side. Gideon Philyaw, slightly in hip. George Porch, slightly in thigh. John Porch, badly in back. Pinkey Powell, slightly in head. M. M. Rader, badly in shoulder. W. H. Rich, slightly in arm. W. R. Rich, slightly in head. T. W. Setser, badly in thigh. William Stallings, leg broken. John M. Sudderth, badly in thigh. T. F. Sudderth, slightly in finger. Benjamin Taylor, slightly in heel. L. A. Thomas, badly in arm. J. C. Thompson, badly in shoulder. C. A. Tuttle, slightly in arm. Richard Upchurch, slightly in hand. J. W. Underdown, badly in thigh. Joseph Winkler, badly in back. Israel Zimmerman, badly in leg.—60. Recapitulation. Killed dead,19 Mortally wounded,12 Wounded, but recovered,60 — Total91 (Signed) R. M. Tuttle, Captain Co. F, 26th Regt., N. C. Troo
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.21 (search)
tworthy participants, which made it clear beyond controversy that, so far from it being true, as charged, that General Mahone remained in the covered way from the time General Weisiger moved forward with his brigade to the time when, after having been wounded, he met and talked with him (Mahone) on his way from the field, it is, on the contrary, true, that within a few minutes after General Weisiger and his men reached the breastworks General Mahone was there with them and among them. Captain Taylor's statement. Captain W. A. S. Taylor, the adjutant of 61st Virginia Regiment, in his statement, said: Arriving at the works, the command delivered its fire and finished the work assigned it with the bayonet. In a very few minutes thereafter General Mahone was at that portion of the works occupied by the 61st Virginia, and I heard him remark, That the work is not over, and that we must retake the balance of the line. Mr. T. H. Hines, of Company B, 16th Virginia Regiment, in his