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The Daily Dispatch: May 20, 1863., [Electronic resource], Casualties in the late battle near Fredericksburg. (search)
R M Moore, Greg Hauger Corp'l H W Haws, Privates J J Meys, a J Ballard, and Thomas Holt. Company G, Copt. McEldowney.--killed: none. Wounded: 1st Serg M W Sneakey, Corp'l J Benson, Privates Wm Allman, P F Huffman, Jas Graham, Jas Frazer, Jas Rees, Jas T Pexton, and Arch Smiley. Company H, Copt. Bonde.--wounded: Capt J C Bonde, color-serg J H Hutcheson, Privates Wm Craig, W. Erkiew, Jos Higgins, Dick Jordan, Wyes marks. S J N McCampbell, S W Norgrove, E McAleer. C strong, and J W Wallace. Missing: Private J J east. Strength of the regiment85 Killed9 Wounded63 Missing1 Total73 Wm. W. Lewis, Adjutant 27th Va Infantry. Report of the killed and wounded of the 1st Va. Artillery in the battles of the Wilderness and Chancellorsville, 2d and 3d May, 1863: Powhatan Artillery, Capt Wills J Dance Commanding.--Wounded: Private W B Boatright. Brooks's Battery, Lt Jno W Pugh commanding.--Wounded: Corp'l Geo A Barnett, mortally, since died; Corp'l Jo