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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 3 1 Browse Search
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t every engagement he has shown himself a superior artillerist and a brave soldier; most heartily would I recommend him for promotion. Remembering those brave captains, we deeply mourn the loss of Captain Forrester, Fifth Kentucky cavalry, and White, Third Kentucky cavalry, who so gallantly fought, so bravely died — the former at Buckhead Creek, the latter at Waynesboro; falling in defence of their country and her honor. Sacred will be their remembrance in the hearts of their comrades and mt a further advance would be extremely hazardous. In this engagement I lost one (1) commissioned officer and twenty-one (21) enlisted men wounded. Ten of the men were severely wounded — some, perhaps, mortally. The brave and gallant Captain Charles L. White, of company A, who was mortally wounded and fell from his horse while leading his company in this action, died on the march on the morning of December seventh, and was buried at Springfield, Georgia. The march of the regiment from Way