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The Daily Dispatch: April 16, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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; Lieutenants Rice and Dyer, do; General Wood, reported killed; Jimmy McMannus, wounded slightly; Capt Chairs, 154 killed; J H McConly, do; wounded; E W Bradford, 155th Tenn, do; Leroy Reese, do, do; Fred Wekell, 154th, (B C Grays,) in the month; R F Maclay, 4th La, wounded; R H Wella, 3d Miss, do; J H Maye, 12th Tenn, do; Peter Duffee, 8th Ark, do; Jacob Oldham, 4th La, do; Guy Bridges, do; a Green, do; Wm Smith, 4th La., wounded; Lt Miller and younger brother, La. regiment, wounded; Col Kit Williams, killed;.--Kirkpatrick, Marshall county, Miss., wounded; John Jones, 13th Tenn., wounded; Capt Johns, 6th Tenn. killed; Gen Hindman, shell exploded in horse, and wounded by concussion; P Lawler, 4th La, wounded; James McDonald, 4th La., wounded; D J Robchaux, 4th La, wounded; A J Thompson, 4th La., wounded; J P Muse, 4th La, wounded; T J Andrews, 4th La, wounded; Lieut-Col Tyler, 4th Lt, wounded;--Grisson, John Black, two Scarboro's, Ren Lique, Adj't Howell, 13th Tennessee, wounded; W L M