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The Daily Dispatch: June 24, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of casualties in the recent battles before Richmond. (search)
ny A. Capt. Atwood.--Wounded: F. Home and A. B. Redding. Company C. Capt. Brooks.--Wounded: Private V. Smith. Company D. Capt. Sims--Killed: Serg't W. C. Smith, privates E. B. Binnie and H. Mackell, Wounded: Privates Jas. Downs, C Humphreys, J. Schuber, Sullivan, and Hemlet. Company E. Capt. Stawps.--Killed: Privates Thos. Kirkland and J. Cline. Wounded: Lt. C. H. Cox, Privates H. Grace, N. Messenger, and Benjamin C. Collier. Company F. Capt. Fitzgerald.--Killed: Privates John Walters and Robt Neal. Company G, Capt. Dudicy.--Wounded: Serg't C. M. Stewart, Corp. N. B. Stewart, mortally, since dead: Private C M Stewart A. E. Williams, S. D. Williams, John Ransek, G, and F. Mitchell. Company I. Captain Gibson.--Killed: A. W. Waggoner. Wounded: Lt. Martin, Privates J Corgan; W. R. Ratliff, E. P. Jones, Lynch, John Warmack, and — Ellis. Company K. Capt. Renfrow.--Killed: Private J Shellon. Wounded: Lt. Foster, badly; privates R. Bottoms, J. Dausby, J.
British papers. --John Walters, a young with British protection papers in his found drunk and asleep in the office, and as he could pocket, was and had no empassage way to support, the give no account of himself, employment or visible means of Mayor locked him up for safe keeping.