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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 5. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
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igh; A. L. Madden, neck; Daniel McCrohan, shoulder; A. J. Parker, arm; Roswell Stone, leg; George P. Southack, arm. Missing: Privates, George A. Smith, wounded in shoulder; P. F. Dillon, and Charles Dillingham. Company H--Killed: S. D. Perkins, Corporal Alfred DeWeale, Corp. Cahill, private Thomas Duffy. Wounded: First Sergt. A. W. Powers, leg, slightly; Corp. Casey, do.; Corp. Webber, leg amputated; privates J. Burke, shoulder; T. Burke, slightly in hand; F. L. Hall, leg, severely; E. Whittemore, sabre cut, slightly; J. Lynde, both legs. Missing: Capt. H. S. Russell, prisoner; privates, J. A. Holyoke, J. Lehane, H. O'Donnell, J. Wortherwell. Company I--Killed: Sergt. George H. Willis. Wounded: Sergt. George A. Glidden, arm, not serious; Corp. H. Pierson, head, severe; privates, J. W. Barrows, leg, slightly; J. D. Carter, back, slightly; J. F. Edmunds, head, slightly; E. D. Farr, leg; John Mathews, hand, not serious; L. B. Sylvester, arm and breast, serious; Francis Wilson,
igh; A. L. Madden, neck; Daniel McCrohan, shoulder; A. J. Parker, arm; Roswell Stone, leg; George P. Southack, arm. Missing: Privates, George A. Smith, wounded in shoulder; P. F. Dillon, and Charles Dillingham. Company H--Killed: S. D. Perkins, Corporal Alfred DeWeale, Corp. Cahill, private Thomas Duffy. Wounded: First Sergt. A. W. Powers, leg, slightly; Corp. Casey, do.; Corp. Webber, leg amputated; privates J. Burke, shoulder; T. Burke, slightly in hand; F. L. Hall, leg, severely; E. Whittemore, sabre cut, slightly; J. Lynde, both legs. Missing: Capt. H. S. Russell, prisoner; privates, J. A. Holyoke, J. Lehane, H. O'Donnell, J. Wortherwell. Company I--Killed: Sergt. George H. Willis. Wounded: Sergt. George A. Glidden, arm, not serious; Corp. H. Pierson, head, severe; privates, J. W. Barrows, leg, slightly; J. D. Carter, back, slightly; J. F. Edmunds, head, slightly; E. D. Farr, leg; John Mathews, hand, not serious; L. B. Sylvester, arm and breast, serious; Francis Wilson,