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The Daily Dispatch: June 4, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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H Henifee, S H Pon. Company D, Southern Rifles--Killed: Thos Stinson, E F McGowas. Wounded: Sergeant Beaumont, Serg't Vann, Private A C Bagby, A C Bond, J M Cameton, W T Clark, Dawson, Day McBride, Manning, Rabon, M T Smith, D D Smith, T M Thompson, W A Thornton, Wm Waught, Winser. Missing: H H Briers, J E Minners, S A Stenson, and Vaughn. Company E, Wetumpka Light Infantry.--This company was not in the serious engagement, it having been sent as a guard in support of a section of artleg; Loper, broken arm; McKenell, dangerously; Milroy, slight; Moore, seriously; A McCambridge, do; Neville, arm broken; Powers, in leg and shoulder; Ryan, in shoulder; Singletary, bayonet wound in leg; Skinnes, dangerously; Ledbrew, in leg; La Var Thompson, dangerously; Williamson, do. Missing: Yeates. This company went into action with sixty-nine men. List of casualties in the 16th N. C. Troops. Col. Champ T N Davis, killed and left on the field. Company A--Killed: Priv James B