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s, face and neck. Mickle, J B, co B, 14th Tenn, leg. Mills, R A, co B, 4th N C, arm. Mime, Lt T P, co E, 11th Miss. Metcall, J A, co K, 11th Miss, leg. Morgan, S N, co I, 11th Miss, shoulder. Morrett, B, co B, 6th S C, leg. Mitchell, R S, co G, 11th Miss, hip. Miller, R J, co A, 1st Tenn, leg. Mouldin, R, Jenkion, P W Roland. Wounded and Missing: Privates D N Smith, J G Loften, S F Paden, S A Gater. Total wounded, 23 Killed none. Company I.--Killed: 1st Serg't L J Morgan, Serg't R A Shell, Privates J J Gillespie, J J Blanchard. Wounded: 2d Lieut W B Word, Corp'l J B McAlltater, W H Meeks; Privates I JBarker, L B Moore, J B Simms, M M Cummings, B F Headden, L W Morgan, N T McKay, T C Mann, C Word. Total--Killed 4, wounded 12. Company K.--Killed: Corp'l S A Nelson; Privates W H Askew, J Glass. Wounded: 1st Lieut J S Standley. Corp'l N A Bobbitt, Privates J Buchanan, J M Durham, W F Hamilton, F M Hoover, W R Hughes, J P Hughes, J W Jennings, J J Lang,
The Daily Dispatch: June 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], The recent skirmish near Pocotaligo, S. C. (search)
of twelve miles on Thursday morning, at which time our pickets reported the advance of the enemy's column. However, about nine o'clock orders were extended to Major Morgan's battalion of cavalry (four companies), the Rutledge Mounted riflemen, and Capt, D. Blax. Heyward's "Marion Troop, " to "boot and saddle." This command rendeand moved thence down the road leading to Old Pocotaligo, Capt. Trenholm's company in the advance. The Rutledge Mounted riflemen and a company of Rangers from Major Morgan's battalion, the first armed with breach-loading carbines, and the latter with double barrel guns, dismounted and deployed as skirmishers among the "old oaks" wounded in the shoulder slightly. Private Hughes, through the body, severely; and Private Gough was injured in the eye by splinters from a tree. A member of Major Morgan's squadron was killed, but we have not heard his name. We had about 250 men in the action. Our troops showed great willingness and courage, and the Rutledge