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Chapter 14: from Malvern Hill to Harrison's Landing. As the columns descended the hill, a heavy rain set in. The roads were given over to the artillery, cavalry and wagon trains while the infantry marched through the woods at the side. The march from Malvern Hill to Harrison's Landing was one of the worst the regiment ever Malvern Hill to Harrison's Landing was one of the worst the regiment ever experienced. The men pulled and struggled along through the mud in the darkness, drenched to the skin by the rain which continued to fall until well into the next day. Scattered by the roadside were many burning wagons which it had been necessary to abandon. When daylight appeared, it revealed hundreds of men by the roadside who
Private Thomas Grieve, thigh.
Private Albert S. Lillie, lost two fingers.
Private Frank B. Leach, leg.
killed, July 1ST, 1862—Malvern Hill.
Co. E.Corporal Timothy Callahan.
Co. I.Private Phillip R. Guinan.
wounded and missing, according to the Monthly return for July, 1862.
F. W. Tuttl