Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: June 1, 1864., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Smith or search for Smith in all documents.

Your search returned 2 results in 2 document sections:

ps of Cadets,Camp near Harrisonburg. Va,May 19th, 1864. The following is a correct list of the killed and wounded of this battalion in the battle of New Marsed, May 15th, 1864: Field and Staff.--Wounded: Lt Col Ship, slightly in shoulder. company A.--wounded: Corp's Geo F Macon, Richmond, badly in arm; Samuel Atwell, Westmoreland, badly in leg; Privates Henry J Meade, Bedford, slightly in side; C H Harrison. Augusta, bruised badly; Jacob Imboden, Augusta, badly bruised; F L Smith, Alexandria, badly in face and shoulder; E H Smith Richmond, very slightly in hip; it a Pendleton, Ambers, slightly in head; I W White, Abingdon, dangerously in leg; George Spiller, Botetourt, slightly in head and leg; Wm P Watston, North Carolina, slightly in arm. company B.--killed: Privates J B Stanard, Orange; W H McDowell, North Carolina; D G Jefferson Amelia, died of wounds, wounded: Serg't H H Gannow, Mobile, slightly in both legs; J H Bransford, Chesterfield slightly in foot and b
y. The fight lasted about two hours. We drove the enemy back about a mile and a half, until they reached a strongly entrenched line of works, from which it was impossible to dislodge them. We attacked the enemy for the purpose of discovering his position, and found him strongly masked and entrenched on our right. The fight occurred near Bethesda Church, on the Mechanicsville road, about nine miles from Richmond. Our loss was about 300 wounded and 50 killed. Among the former are: Col Willis, of the 12th Ga, and Major Smith, of the 45th N C. Among the latter, is Col. Terrell, 13th Va, mortally wounded and left in front of the enemy's works. We captured about 180 prisoners. The enemy's loss in killed and wounded is supposed to be heavier than ours. To-day there has been heavy cannonading and sharp skirmishing in Mahone's front, but no general engagement. It is supposed the enemy are still moving towards our right, so as to cover and use the York River Railroad.