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The Daily Dispatch: April 25, 1864., [Electronic resource], Additional particulars from the Plymouth fight. (search)
lifeblood his devotion to his country. He was a native of Georgia, and the only field officer lost by us during the siege of Plymouth. The following named officers and privates wounded in the recent engagement before Plymouth, N. C., have arrived in Petersburg, and were assigned to the S. C. Hospital, Washington street. They were wounded on Monday, while storming the outer line of entrenchments. Some few of the wounds were severe, but most of them slight: Pegram's Battery--Sergt George Trent wounded through the arm; private Archibald Carmichael, burned by the explosion of a shell; B. L. Wiltsie' severely in both legs; Barney Winfree, in shoulder; and John C. Eckles, contusion from caisson. Blunt's Battery--Sergt Thos. M. Ross and private Wm. Noell. Fayette Artillery--Privates Wm. Allen and Jas. G. Barnes. First Virginia Regiment--Privates John Belcher, company H; Henry Toler, company H; Washington H. Wood, company G, and E. W. Callahan, company B. Eleve