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The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], Sudden death on
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ll prepared for the coming struggle. The same can be said of Col. Garland. Soon after the firing commenced, Col. Forney was shot through the right arm, Lieutenant-Colonel Martin was killed, and the command of the regiment devolved on Major Woodward, who commanded on one side the road, and the senior Captain on the other.--This res, from Fauquier county. Company K, Valley Regulators, from Rockbridge. Tenth Alabama. Col. John Forney, seriously wounded in right arm. Lieut Col. J. B. Martin, probably killed. Ashville Guards, Co. A. Capt. Caldwell--Private Geo. S. Dannelly, killed. Coosa Valley Blues, Co F, Capt. Truss--Serg't. S. L tly wounded in the mouth; private John Francis, slightly wounded in the arm; private A. W Wyley, slightly wounded in the face. Jefferson Volunteers Co. B, Capt. Martin--Private James L. Partaine, severely wounded in the ankle; private George W. Cawley, severely wounded in the right eye; private James B Churchill, slightly wou