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The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of casualties in the recent battles before Richmond. (search)
on June 26th and 27th. Col J L Hoke, wounded. Adj't Cowels, Company A, Lieut Armstrong, commanding — Not in action. Company B, Capt Cook, commanding.--Killed: Corp'l G W. Wheeling, Private Jas Stokes, Sr., Jno Grezart, J. Blackman. Wounded: Serg't H. B Brown, J A Boon, G C Poplin, A Grose, J. M Atwood, G D Halcomb; W M Carter, A S Hair, W Cook, J E Hutchins, A R Reese, R D Russell, D T Talley, W H Felts, L J Wells, W R Hains, John H Grose, C F Armstrong. Company C, Capt Wilson, commanding.--Killed: Privates L Gurley, O M Warwick, J S Britt. --Wounded: Serg'ts J W Walker, G L. Doughtry, Corpl's W T Sutton. W A Andrews, Privates R. R Jackson, R Cobb, W MeLamb, J. B. Cotton, R B. Stith, W. Brewer, S. W Sutton, J S Sanderson, M. Vaughn, W B Harlington, W. H. Pope, J. H Warwick. Company D. Capt Ashfort, commanding.--Killed: Lieut Jos W Darden. Wounded: Serg't O B Morrissey, Privates Jos Persithe, Robt Shipp, M. Lockkanny, W E Brewer, W H Stevens. Company
test intellects, and as recent events have shown, one of the bravest and most daring of the gallant sons of the Magnolia State. His Adjutant General, Capt. Geo. P. Foote, a most estimable gentlemen, was killed in the fight of Friday evening.--The remainder of his staff, Major J. M. Part ridge, (for the Vicksburg Whig.) Major W. R. Barksdale, Lieuts. Parker and Sykes, escaped unhurt. We hear that the mortality in this brigade was fearful. Every field officer except one is disabled, Major W. Sidney Wilson, of the 2d Mississippi battalion, who is now in command of the brigade, or what is left of it. There are but three captains left in the brigade, and but four lieutenants, and the enlisted men, all told, do not number five hundred. Truly has our gallant Southwestern sister nobly defended the Capital of the Confederacy. Among the killed, we regret to learn, is Col. John G. Taylor, of the 2d Mississippi battalion. He was a relative of "Old Zach," which name he answered to a mongst hi