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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.62 (search)
ley, dead; ——Moon, Wm. Mountcastle, George Mountcastle, John Mountcastle;—— Muir, killed; F. C. Newman, dead; Archer Pamplin, unknown; Sam. Pettit, killed; W. M. Pierce, N. D. Piggott, dead; Hamilton Richardson, killed; C. H. Richardson, G. W. Richardson, Walter Shackford, killed; Sydney Smith, dead; Tom Sparrow, unknown; R. M. Spencer, killed; G. W. Stewart, dead; W. M. Taylor, Cyrus Tyree, dead; W. B. Vaiden, Algernon Vaiden, dead; Vulosko Vaiden, prisoner, dead; Robert Warburton, dead: Southey Ward, unknown; H. B. Warren, Watkins Warren, unknown; Robert Watkins, R. C. Whitaker, dead; G. W. Whitaker, R. C. Whitaker, dead; G. M. Whitaker, A. B. Willis, killed; Sam. Wooten, wounded; Tom Wynne, dead. Notes. Casualties: Killed,8 Wounded,10 Prisoners,8 — Total,26 — Dead,44 Living,45 Unknown,8 — Total,97 Promotions outside of the Company: James H. Allen, lieutenant-colonel. E. M. Ware, captain Confederate States Army. Dr. C. W. Coleman, surgeon Confed