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Wilson's Creek (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 110
exception of a few stragglers from my own squadron and that of Major Zagonyi's. Doctor Melcher, the doctor in charge of those wounded left after the battle of Wilson's Creek, and Doctor Hughes, my own surgeon, were dressing the wounds of our brave men who had fallen in the conflict of the night before. Collecting those of our m, on the Mt. Vernon road, about half a mile west of the city. It is the same road over which our troops marched out to meet the enemy prior to the battle of Wilson's Creek, and by a somewhat singular coincidence the head of the same Wilson's Creek — here, however, a mere brook — runs through the lot in which the present engagemeWilson's Creek — here, however, a mere brook — runs through the lot in which the present engagement took place. As the Major was to approach from the west, the rebels had scattered skirmishers throughout the dense woods or chapparal on either side, who from the first greeted his approach with a scathing fire which emptied several saddles. The woods and rough bushy ground to the south of the road, was also full of their s
Miller County (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 110
side, dangerously; B. F. Stabler, private, Co. C, Body Guard, shot in the wrist; F. Landerking, private, Co. A, Body Guard, in the hand, one finger off; Wm. B. Swan, private, Co. B, Body Guard, slightly; C. W. Moore, Co. C, Body Guard, slightly;---Nelman, Co. B, Body Guard, sabre cut and bruises on the head, dangerous; Charles Gilsticht, Irish Dragoons, shot in the arm; Jerold Connor, Irish Dragoons, shot in the hip; Wm. J. McDonald, Co. A, Body Guard, flesh wound in the thigh; John Frank, Co. B, Body Guard, in the shoulder, slight; A. L. Weiss; Co. A, Body Guard, shot in the thigh; Louis Weinel, Co. B, Body Guard, shot in the thigh, slight; George W. Holbrook, Co. B, Body Guard, shot in the elbow, slight fracture; R. M. Smith, Union citizen of Miller County, a prisoner, and wounded, sabre cuts on head; Daniel L. Jones, Co. C, Body Guard, shot in thigh, dangerously; R. M. McDonald, sergeant, Co. C, Body Guard, shot in the leg, slight; First Lieut. Joseph Kennedy, Co. C, in the arm.
Springfield, Mo. (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 110
hrown up in line of battle at their camp in Springfield, two thousand or two thousand two hundred sample to the army. Our advance will occupy Springfield to-night. J. C. Fremont, Major-General Comort that yesterday, at four P. M., I met at Springfield about two thousand rebels formed in line of-past 8 o'clock P. M., and proceeded toward Springfield. About eight miles from that place I captund gave the alarm to the rebels. I reached Springfield, a distance of fifty-one miles, at three P.lly, Chas. Zagonyi, Commanding Body Guard. Springfield, October 28, 1861. Major White's report. Springfield, October 30, 1861. Major-General Fremont: On the 24th inst., after my return rdered me to reconnoitre in the vicinity of Springfield, and, if I deemed it advisable, to attack t-four miles from Warsaw, and fifty-one from Springfield, Major Zagonyi, of the Body Guard, received foraging party from a large rebel force at Springfield. Proceeding farther on, the Major gained a[9 more...]
Warsaw, Mo. (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 110
reinforcements arrived, and we delivered up our charge. I find that the loss sustained in the action by my own command in killed, wounded, and missing is thirty-three. As soon as possible I will give a detailed report. Very respectfully, Frank J. White, Major and Aide-de-Camp commanding Squadron of Prairie Scouts. St. Louis Democrat narrative. camp Lyon, Springfield, Mo., Monday, October 28. On Thursday evening last, while encamped at Camp Haskell, thirty-four miles from Warsaw, and fifty-one from Springfield, Major Zagonyi, of the Body Guard, received orders to take a detail from each of the three companies of his own command, and uniting it with Major White's battalion of Prairie Scouts, proceed to Springfield by a forced march, and take possession of the place. It was understood that the city was held by but about three hundred rebel troops, and no opposition whatever was anticipated to the progress of Major Zagonyi's command. The Major, stopping in camp onl
Bolivar, Mo. (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 110
ur advance will occupy Springfield to-night. J. C. Fremont, Major-General Commanding. Zagonyi's despatch. near Bolivar--ten A. M., Oct. 26th. General: I respectfully report that yesterday, at four P. M., I met at Springfield about two tis command duly on the road by eleven o'clock P. M. At day-break on Friday, he halted at a point five miles this side of Bolivar, where he made another brief halt, allowing the men an opportunity of eating their ration, and the horses of getting a lthen fearful that the enemy might become cognizant of his small force, and rally, determined to retrace his steps toward Bolivar, where he could meet reinforcements. This was undoubtedly a wise movement on the part of the Major, although it appeak of returning, and that he might with safety have remained in the town. As it was, he returned to within five miles of Bolivar, where he halted for reinforcements. His little force had ridden over eighty miles, and had been for over twenty-four h
Mount Vernon (Missouri, United States) (search for this): chapter 110
g that the enemy was apprised of our coming, I made a detour of five miles to attack from another side, but instead of finding the enemy in their old camp I came suddenly upon them, drawn up in line of battle, as I emerged from a wood near the Mount Vernon road. The place was too confined for me to form my men. I had to pass two hundred and fifty yards down a lane and take down a rail fence at the end of it, form in their camp, and make the first charge. My men belonging to the Body Guard amou to receive them. The ground not being favorable for offensive operations with cavalry, after a consultation with his guide, the Major resolved to give this force the go by, cross over the prairie to the westward, and approach the city by the Mount Vernon road. This manoeuvre was successfully accomplished, but upon arriving within about a mile of the city by this route, the citizens gave the Major information that the eneny, one thousand eight hundred or two thousand strong, were here, too,
N. Westerburg (search for this): chapter 110
erlain, Co. A; Privates:----Wright, Co. B;----Ross, Co. B;----Osburg,----Frei;----Slattery Co. B;----Davis, Co. B;----Duthro, Co. A; Wm. Vanway, Co. C; Alexander Linfoot, Co. C; Dennis Morat, Co. B; J. Shrack, Co. B;----Franz, wagoner, Co. A; and John H. Stephens, Springfield, (citizen,) killed by mistake. Wounded.--Patrick Naughton, Captain Irish Dragoons, shot in the arm near shoulder; slight wound; Patrick Connelly, First Lieut. Irish Dragoons; dangerously, twice through the chest; N. Westerburg, First Lieut. Co. B, Body Guard, shot in shoulder and right forefinger shot off; J. W. Goff, Second Lieut. Body Guard, Co. C, shot in the hip, slight; Joseph C. Frock, Lient. Body Guard, Co. A, flesh wound in the leg; E. L. Dean, Corporal, Co. C, Body Guard, slight wound in right side; Julius Becker, Corporal, Co. A, Body Guard, in the neck; dangerous, and will probably die; S. B. Underwood, Corporal, Co. B, Body Guard, shot in shoulder, slightly; H. M. Diggins, private, Co. C, Body Gua
Alexander Linfoot (search for this): chapter 110
yi had left, and took full possession of the same. The courier being just on the point of departure, I am forced to forego further details of subsequent operations of Major White. I append a full list of the killed and wounded of his command: Killed of the Body Guard.--Corporals:----Schneider, Co. B;----Norrison, Co. C:----Chamberlain, Co. A; Privates:----Wright, Co. B;----Ross, Co. B;----Osburg,----Frei;----Slattery Co. B;----Davis, Co. B;----Duthro, Co. A; Wm. Vanway, Co. C; Alexander Linfoot, Co. C; Dennis Morat, Co. B; J. Shrack, Co. B;----Franz, wagoner, Co. A; and John H. Stephens, Springfield, (citizen,) killed by mistake. Wounded.--Patrick Naughton, Captain Irish Dragoons, shot in the arm near shoulder; slight wound; Patrick Connelly, First Lieut. Irish Dragoons; dangerously, twice through the chest; N. Westerburg, First Lieut. Co. B, Body Guard, shot in shoulder and right forefinger shot off; J. W. Goff, Second Lieut. Body Guard, Co. C, shot in the hip, slight; Jo
H. M. Diggins (search for this): chapter 110
twice through the chest; N. Westerburg, First Lieut. Co. B, Body Guard, shot in shoulder and right forefinger shot off; J. W. Goff, Second Lieut. Body Guard, Co. C, shot in the hip, slight; Joseph C. Frock, Lient. Body Guard, Co. A, flesh wound in the leg; E. L. Dean, Corporal, Co. C, Body Guard, slight wound in right side; Julius Becker, Corporal, Co. A, Body Guard, in the neck; dangerous, and will probably die; S. B. Underwood, Corporal, Co. B, Body Guard, shot in shoulder, slightly; H. M. Diggins, private, Co. C, Body Guard, flesh wound in the thigh; C. H. Bowman, private, Co. A, Body Guard, in the head, slightly; Edward Carney, private, Irish Dragoons, shot in the side, dangerously; B. F. Stabler, private, Co. C, Body Guard, shot in the wrist; F. Landerking, private, Co. A, Body Guard, in the hand, one finger off; Wm. B. Swan, private, Co. B, Body Guard, slightly; C. W. Moore, Co. C, Body Guard, slightly;---Nelman, Co. B, Body Guard, sabre cut and bruises on the head, dangerous;
William B. Swan (search for this): chapter 110
ker, Corporal, Co. A, Body Guard, in the neck; dangerous, and will probably die; S. B. Underwood, Corporal, Co. B, Body Guard, shot in shoulder, slightly; H. M. Diggins, private, Co. C, Body Guard, flesh wound in the thigh; C. H. Bowman, private, Co. A, Body Guard, in the head, slightly; Edward Carney, private, Irish Dragoons, shot in the side, dangerously; B. F. Stabler, private, Co. C, Body Guard, shot in the wrist; F. Landerking, private, Co. A, Body Guard, in the hand, one finger off; Wm. B. Swan, private, Co. B, Body Guard, slightly; C. W. Moore, Co. C, Body Guard, slightly;---Nelman, Co. B, Body Guard, sabre cut and bruises on the head, dangerous; Charles Gilsticht, Irish Dragoons, shot in the arm; Jerold Connor, Irish Dragoons, shot in the hip; Wm. J. McDonald, Co. A, Body Guard, flesh wound in the thigh; John Frank, Co. B, Body Guard, in the shoulder, slight; A. L. Weiss; Co. A, Body Guard, shot in the thigh; Louis Weinel, Co. B, Body Guard, shot in the thigh, slight; George W
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