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The Daily Dispatch: June 9, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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. Levi B. Smith, servers flesh wound in thigh. Four balls penetrated Col Smith's clothes, one his sword scabbard, and two his horse; Lieut Jas Gardner, very slightly, leg. Company A.--Wounded: Corp'l Thomas S Kendrick, hand; Corp'l Thos W. Mitchell fool; privates Robert Flurry, body and cheek; Wm A J Teat, arm; Wiley Williamson, thigh; Net W. Mytic, Geo W. Chapman, slightly; John C. Calhoun do. Company B--Wounded: Captain John W. Stubbs, very slightly by cannon ball; Corp'l Jonathan Willoughby, slightly; privates M C Hennigan, mortally; Wm Wheeler, severely; Wm Parker, do; Isaac Hightower, missing, known to be wounded; J T Avant; slightly. Company C--Killed: J N and G M Williams, (brothers) Wounded: Lieut W W Johnson, slightly in arm; Sergt John Murchison, slightly in arm; Sergt John Murchison sightly in leg; Privates W J Deane, mortally in side; W H McKinney, mortally in head; F Hortmar, severely; J J Cater, severely; W A Webb, slightly in arm; B A Johnson, slightly i