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The Daily Dispatch: September 4, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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. Willoughby Davis, aged 22, a native of North Carolina--Jonesboro' Guards — wound in instep; not serious. William E. Clark, aged 17, of North Carolina--Tar Run Boys; wound in thigh. James A. Coony, ages 23, native of North Carolina--Tar Run Boys; wound in shoulder; quite serious — doing well. W. G. Andrews, of Tar Run Boys; wound in shoulder; quite serious — doing well. W. G. Andrews, of the Hamilton Guards — Lacerated wound in left ankle; serious. Mathias Tannager, aged 23, of the North Carolina Defenders — wound in breast; doing well. Logan Mills, aged 18, native of North Carolina--Lenoir Braves; slight flesh wound of leg. Wilson J. Forbes, aged 27, native of North Carolina--Jonesboro' Guards; laceside. Ashley Resle, aged 26, a native of North Carolina--Hamilton Guards; lacerated wound in left side. John Mills, aged 18, a native of North Carolina--Tar Run Boys — wound in arm produced by a fragment of shell. Mr. Gillett Rogerson, native of North Carolina--Roanoke Guards — contusion of right foot; conside