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The Daily Dispatch: May 14, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ounded: Privates Kirk, McCarty, Armstrong, Wright, and Parkerson. Company C, Lieut. Whitfield commanding-Killed: 1st Serg't Duncan Campbell; Private Tatum Littleton. Wounded: 1st Corporal Thos Watson, face; Privates Chas Sillman, right lung; Joe J. Barton heel; Austin Seay, right hand; Sam Mills, left hand; Isaac Priddy, right hand; Dantal Spence, wounded and missing. Company D, Capt. Lee--Killed: Private W. H. Carpenter. Wounded: Capt L. C. Lee, Serg't Williams, Serg't Jones, Corpl Tucker, Privates Bounds, T. C. Clark (knee,) Davis, Brett, Hemmeter, Hunter, Rancefelt, Long, Newman, Rough, Riley. Company E, Lieut Genella commanding.--Killed: Lieut Natalie Genella, Privates Gearing, H. Anderson, Levy. Wounded:--Color Serg't Mike Hart, Corpl Flagee, Corpl Roth, privates Hart, Kiss, Schultz, Ellinger, Crosby, Brown. Company F, Lieut. McLellan commanding. Killed: None. Wounded: Privates Manie, Sprague, Osborne, Holt. Company G, Capt. Manlove.--Killed: Lt. Luffi
The Daily Dispatch: May 14, 1863., [Electronic resource], List of Casualties in the battle near Fredericksburg. (search)
ux, and P Badeaux. Company D.--Killed: Private H Johnson. Wounded: Lieut Power, Lieut Lockwood, Serg't Simcox; privates Riley, Krechbaum, Lehauey, Fanning, Guravin. Company E.--Killed: Lieut Haynes and Serg't Paul. Wounded: Privates Cormady and Brown. Missing: Corp'l Rourke. Company F.--Killed; Sergt Rowe. Wounded; Sergts Roden and Clendenning, Corporal Wynn, privates Knight and Donley. Missing: Corpl Holloway, privates Carroll and Flynn. Company G.--Killed: Sgt McElwel, Corpl Tucker, private Bigger. Wounded: Captain Michie, slightly; Lts Bowman and Davenport slightly; Sgts Wynn and Brown, dead; Corpl Aldridge, privates Lott, Carroll, England, Dawson, Merillian, Braddock, Cannedy, J W Nuggatt, Crawford, Womack. Missing: Manning. Company H.--Killed: W Woff. Wounded; Capt Withemp, Lt Blackstone, Corpl Vinet. Missing: McPherson, M Gainer, Barnett. Company I.--Killed: D Hogan, E Clark. Wounded; Lt Brown, since dead; Sgts Trumzler and Napier, Cpl Trisher, priv
The Daily Dispatch: May 14, 1863., [Electronic resource], General Jackson's death — Particulars of the Event. (search)
ht the surgeon was awakened by the boy, saying the General is suffering great pain. The pain was in the right side, and due to incipient pneumonia and some nervousness, which he himself attributed to the fall from the litter. Thursday--Mrs. Jackson arrived, greatly to his joy and satisfaction, and she faithfully nursed him to the end. By Thursday evening all pain had ceased; he suffered greatly from prostration. Friday--he suffered no pain, but the prostration increased. Drs. Tucker and Smith had been consulted from Thursday. Sunday morning, when it was apparent that he was rapidly sinking, Mrs. Jackson was informed of his condition. She then had free and full converse with him, and told him he was going to die. He said, "very good, very good, it is all right." He had previously said, "I consider these wounds a blessing; they were given me for some good and wise purpose, and I would not part with them if I could." He asked of Maj. Pendleton, "Who is preaching