are Captain Stephen White, Company C; Sergeant George Morrison,
George J. Morrison, of Petersburg. Company A; and private John Lee, of Company E.
There were unfortunately three cases of accidental wounding in the regiment.
What were the casualtireached the plank-road.
May was knee-deep in a swamp, and Sorrel's horse was floundering in the mud. At this moment young Lee, of Company E, was wounded.
We soon reached the plank road and hastily dislodged the enemy.
[Here follows a diagram, wnts my recollections of the swamp or marsh in which the May and Sorrel incident occurred (I. A.) and about the location of Lee when he was wounded.
Our advance was then to the plank-road, where we found some hastily-constructed earthworks, breast-h him that day. His conduct on that field certainly entitled him to the distinction soon afterwards conferred on him by General Lee.
In making that charge we got far in advance of the balance of our command.
A halt was ordered.
Soon afterwards w