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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
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in side. Company H--Privates, C. C. Fuller, in foot; A. Jordan, in head; C. W. Cilley, in leg; Wm. McKinnon, in finger. Company I--Lieut. M. A. Shaw, in foot; Corporal Wm. R. Duncklee, in head; privates, L. C. Parker, in side; M. Tully, in leg; H. Butler, in back; K. J. Chaplin, in head. Company K--Privates, H. Hunnefelt, in finger; J. F. Welch. Total wounded, thirty-four. missing — John F. Mulligan, shot through leg, and not since heard from, company F; company H, privates, Alvah Warren, Henry M. Woodbury; company K, privates John K. A. Hanson, John Harmon, Henry G. Thompson. Total missing, six. officers absent from tie battle.--Surgeon George B. Twitchell, detained at Washington; Captain N. D. Stoodley, sick in Washington; Captain Luther M. Wright, sick in quarters; Lieutenant G. Gillis, Adjutant, sick, and on furlough in Nashua, N. H., Lieutenant Edward Kilburn, sick in Alexandria; Lieutenant W. H. H. Young, sick in quarters. Major Houghton's report. headqua