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The Daily Dispatch: April 25, 1864., [Electronic resource], Additional particulars from the Plymouth fight. (search)
y H, 2d Massachusetts heavy artillery. The following also arrived by the same train: Lieut. Chas. McCann, ordnance officer, severely wounded in arm and back; Sergt. Booker, of Pegram's battery, in the hand; and privates Slaughter and Wm. C. Wells, of the same company, slightly. Sergt. Booker is from Amelia county, and Wells from Dinwiddie. The larger proportion of the wounded were left in Weldon. Delaware McMinn, of the 1st Virginia regiment, reported mortally wounded, hetts heavy artillery. The following also arrived by the same train: Lieut. Chas. McCann, ordnance officer, severely wounded in arm and back; Sergt. Booker, of Pegram's battery, in the hand; and privates Slaughter and Wm. C. Wells, of the same company, slightly. Sergt. Booker is from Amelia county, and Wells from Dinwiddie. The larger proportion of the wounded were left in Weldon. Delaware McMinn, of the 1st Virginia regiment, reported mortally wounded, has since died.