The first five badly wounded, and the balance not dangerously.
Of the "Alleghany Rifler," George Noell, Pat Manne, and Pat Conway were killed — David Gilbert, Thomas Holvin, Christopher Fry, Cadet J W Daniel.
Thomas Rose, William A Dawson, and Jacob Landes were wounded; the first three severely, and the rest not dangerously.
Captain S W Brown, of the "Greenbrier Sharp-Shooters," was the only one injured at all of the Company.
He was badly wounded in the hand.
Of the "Hibernians," an Irish company from Alleghany county, cadet C. R. Morris, John A. Hall, and John Ryan were killed — Pat. Quinn, Pat. O'Donnell, and D. A Wheeler, were dangerously wounded.
Nine others were severely, but not dangerously wounded.
Of the "Shriver Grays," a company from the city of Wheeling, John J. Fry and Geo. Wheeler were killed.
Lieut J. W. Lady, Wm. Quarrier, Wm. Burkett, John Frederick and John Towers were wounded, the two first dangerously, and the rest not dangerousl