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The Daily Dispatch: July 27, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Maryland Regiment in the battle at Stone Bridge. (search)
the field. Lieutenant Pomeroy, of Ottawa, Ohio, was mortally wounded, and sent to this city on the steamer Dunlefth, but he expired at Gallipolis. One private in the Cavalry company, which forms part of Gen. Cox's Brigade, was killed. Col. Woodruff and Lieut. Col. Neff, of the 2d Kentucky Regiment, and Maj. DeVilliers, of the 8th Ohio, were at the engagement as spectators, and when Captain Campbell left Pocatella Creek, twenty hours after the conflict, they had not returned. The infereoat was near Gallipolis. The remains will be forwarded to his home, in Ottawa, Putnam county, Ohio, to-day. Lieutenant Pomeroy and Captain Allen were in Company B, 21st Ohio, Colonel Norton. During the engagement, De Villiers, (11th Ohio,) Col. Woodruff, Lieut. Col. Neff, and several Captains of the 2d Kentucky, mounted, rode up opposite the scene of action, and had not returned to their camp up to 12 M., on the 18th inst. The rebels were reported to be 1,500 strong, previous to being reinfo