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Bull Run, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 17
The First Virginia Regiment. We have received the following official report of the killed and wounded in the First Regiment Virginia Volunteers in the battles of Bull Run and Stone Bridge, July 18th and 21st: Wounded--Col. P. T. Moore, left arm and side; Major Skinner, head, slightly; Quartermaster Wm. G. Allen, calf of right leg. Company B. Capt. James K. Lee.--Killed--Private J. E. Allen. Wounded--Capt. Jas. K. Lee, through the body; Lieut. W. W. Harrison, right foot; Serg't. W. J. Lumkin, left hand and side, slightly; Privates H. Kepler, right breast, dangerously; Frederick Lutz head, slightly. Company C, Capt. John Dooley.--Wounded-- Lieut. Wm. English, ankle; Serg't. Pat. Rankin, leg, slightly; Privates Joseph W. Driscol, since died; Michael Ludman, since died; J. L Whitaker, body, dangerously; Michael Hughes, breast, dangerously; Geo. Hamilton, in arm; Andrew Forsyth, arm; John Kavanah, in hand. Company D, Capt. Griswold.--Two men accidentally wounded —
Stone Bridge (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 17
The First Virginia Regiment. We have received the following official report of the killed and wounded in the First Regiment Virginia Volunteers in the battles of Bull Run and Stone Bridge, July 18th and 21st: Wounded--Col. P. T. Moore, left arm and side; Major Skinner, head, slightly; Quartermaster Wm. G. Allen, calf of right leg. Company B. Capt. James K. Lee.--Killed--Private J. E. Allen. Wounded--Capt. Jas. K. Lee, through the body; Lieut. W. W. Harrison, right foot; Serg't. W. J. Lumkin, left hand and side, slightly; Privates H. Kepler, right breast, dangerously; Frederick Lutz head, slightly. Company C, Capt. John Dooley.--Wounded-- Lieut. Wm. English, ankle; Serg't. Pat. Rankin, leg, slightly; Privates Joseph W. Driscol, since died; Michael Ludman, since died; J. L Whitaker, body, dangerously; Michael Hughes, breast, dangerously; Geo. Hamilton, in arm; Andrew Forsyth, arm; John Kavanah, in hand. Company D, Capt. Griswold.--Two men accidentally wounded —
Milton A. Barnes (search for this): article 17
vates P. K. Reiley., in thigh and calf of leg, severely; Thomas Collins, shoulder, severely; C. M. Herring, slightly, by fragment of a shell. Company G, Captain Wm. H. Gordon.--Killed.-- Lieut. H. H. Miles; Privates, J. Scott Mallory, S. S. Wilkinson. Wounded--Privates, Henry Ashby, left foot, slightly; G. F. Knanff, left hand, slightly; Jas. A. Royster, right arm, slightly; Robt. Ashby, blow on cheek; Wm. L. Ware, ankle, slightly. Company H. Captain F. J. Boggs.--Killed--Private Milton A. Barnes. Wounded--Sergeant James L. Bray, hand, slightly; John H. Morgan, foot, slightly; John H. Hartman, hand, slightly. Company I, Captain W. O. Taylor.--No one injured in this Company. Company K, Captain P. Miller.--Killed--Private Wolfgang Deacomb. Wounded--Privates W. E. Cree, thigh; F. Gartbier, hand; Henry Dobel, hip, slightly; P. C. Daginhart, left arm. Total killed, nine. Wounded, thirty-three. Company E is composed of citizens of Washington and vicinity, an
F. Gartbier (search for this): article 17
eg, severely; Thomas Collins, shoulder, severely; C. M. Herring, slightly, by fragment of a shell. Company G, Captain Wm. H. Gordon.--Killed.-- Lieut. H. H. Miles; Privates, J. Scott Mallory, S. S. Wilkinson. Wounded--Privates, Henry Ashby, left foot, slightly; G. F. Knanff, left hand, slightly; Jas. A. Royster, right arm, slightly; Robt. Ashby, blow on cheek; Wm. L. Ware, ankle, slightly. Company H. Captain F. J. Boggs.--Killed--Private Milton A. Barnes. Wounded--Sergeant James L. Bray, hand, slightly; John H. Morgan, foot, slightly; John H. Hartman, hand, slightly. Company I, Captain W. O. Taylor.--No one injured in this Company. Company K, Captain P. Miller.--Killed--Private Wolfgang Deacomb. Wounded--Privates W. E. Cree, thigh; F. Gartbier, hand; Henry Dobel, hip, slightly; P. C. Daginhart, left arm. Total killed, nine. Wounded, thirty-three. Company E is composed of citizens of Washington and vicinity, and recently attached to the 1st Regiment.
George Hamilton (search for this): article 17
e.--Killed--Private J. E. Allen. Wounded--Capt. Jas. K. Lee, through the body; Lieut. W. W. Harrison, right foot; Serg't. W. J. Lumkin, left hand and side, slightly; Privates H. Kepler, right breast, dangerously; Frederick Lutz head, slightly. Company C, Capt. John Dooley.--Wounded-- Lieut. Wm. English, ankle; Serg't. Pat. Rankin, leg, slightly; Privates Joseph W. Driscol, since died; Michael Ludman, since died; J. L Whitaker, body, dangerously; Michael Hughes, breast, dangerously; Geo. Hamilton, in arm; Andrew Forsyth, arm; John Kavanah, in hand. Company D, Capt. Griswold.--Two men accidentally wounded — names not reported. Company E, Capt. C. K. Sherman. --Killed--Corporal Theodore Morris. Wounded — Jas. E. Marrow, leg, which has been amputated; Privates P. K. Reiley., in thigh and calf of leg, severely; Thomas Collins, shoulder, severely; C. M. Herring, slightly, by fragment of a shell. Company G, Captain Wm. H. Gordon.--Killed.-- Lieut. H. H. Miles; Privates,
James K. Lee (search for this): article 17
t Regiment Virginia Volunteers in the battles of Bull Run and Stone Bridge, July 18th and 21st: Wounded--Col. P. T. Moore, left arm and side; Major Skinner, head, slightly; Quartermaster Wm. G. Allen, calf of right leg. Company B. Capt. James K. Lee.--Killed--Private J. E. Allen. Wounded--Capt. Jas. K. Lee, through the body; Lieut. W. W. Harrison, right foot; Serg't. W. J. Lumkin, left hand and side, slightly; Privates H. Kepler, right breast, dangerously; Frederick Lutz head, slightlCapt. Jas. K. Lee, through the body; Lieut. W. W. Harrison, right foot; Serg't. W. J. Lumkin, left hand and side, slightly; Privates H. Kepler, right breast, dangerously; Frederick Lutz head, slightly. Company C, Capt. John Dooley.--Wounded-- Lieut. Wm. English, ankle; Serg't. Pat. Rankin, leg, slightly; Privates Joseph W. Driscol, since died; Michael Ludman, since died; J. L Whitaker, body, dangerously; Michael Hughes, breast, dangerously; Geo. Hamilton, in arm; Andrew Forsyth, arm; John Kavanah, in hand. Company D, Capt. Griswold.--Two men accidentally wounded — names not reported. Company E, Capt. C. K. Sherman. --Killed--Corporal Theodore Morris. Wounded — Jas. E. Marro
William L. Ware (search for this): article 17
ral Theodore Morris. Wounded — Jas. E. Marrow, leg, which has been amputated; Privates P. K. Reiley., in thigh and calf of leg, severely; Thomas Collins, shoulder, severely; C. M. Herring, slightly, by fragment of a shell. Company G, Captain Wm. H. Gordon.--Killed.-- Lieut. H. H. Miles; Privates, J. Scott Mallory, S. S. Wilkinson. Wounded--Privates, Henry Ashby, left foot, slightly; G. F. Knanff, left hand, slightly; Jas. A. Royster, right arm, slightly; Robt. Ashby, blow on cheek; Wm. L. Ware, ankle, slightly. Company H. Captain F. J. Boggs.--Killed--Private Milton A. Barnes. Wounded--Sergeant James L. Bray, hand, slightly; John H. Morgan, foot, slightly; John H. Hartman, hand, slightly. Company I, Captain W. O. Taylor.--No one injured in this Company. Company K, Captain P. Miller.--Killed--Private Wolfgang Deacomb. Wounded--Privates W. E. Cree, thigh; F. Gartbier, hand; Henry Dobel, hip, slightly; P. C. Daginhart, left arm. Total killed, nine. Wounded,
Michael Ludman (search for this): article 17
r, head, slightly; Quartermaster Wm. G. Allen, calf of right leg. Company B. Capt. James K. Lee.--Killed--Private J. E. Allen. Wounded--Capt. Jas. K. Lee, through the body; Lieut. W. W. Harrison, right foot; Serg't. W. J. Lumkin, left hand and side, slightly; Privates H. Kepler, right breast, dangerously; Frederick Lutz head, slightly. Company C, Capt. John Dooley.--Wounded-- Lieut. Wm. English, ankle; Serg't. Pat. Rankin, leg, slightly; Privates Joseph W. Driscol, since died; Michael Ludman, since died; J. L Whitaker, body, dangerously; Michael Hughes, breast, dangerously; Geo. Hamilton, in arm; Andrew Forsyth, arm; John Kavanah, in hand. Company D, Capt. Griswold.--Two men accidentally wounded — names not reported. Company E, Capt. C. K. Sherman. --Killed--Corporal Theodore Morris. Wounded — Jas. E. Marrow, leg, which has been amputated; Privates P. K. Reiley., in thigh and calf of leg, severely; Thomas Collins, shoulder, severely; C. M. Herring, slightly, by fr
The First Virginia Regiment. We have received the following official report of the killed and wounded in the First Regiment Virginia Volunteers in the battles of Bull Run and Stone Bridge, July 18th and 21st: Wounded--Col. P. T. Moore, left arm and side; Major Skinner, head, slightly; Quartermaster Wm. G. Allen, calf of right leg. Company B. Capt. James K. Lee.--Killed--Private J. E. Allen. Wounded--Capt. Jas. K. Lee, through the body; Lieut. W. W. Harrison, right foot; Serg't. W. J. Lumkin, left hand and side, slightly; Privates H. Kepler, right breast, dangerously; Frederick Lutz head, slightly. Company C, Capt. John Dooley.--Wounded-- Lieut. Wm. English, ankle; Serg't. Pat. Rankin, leg, slightly; Privates Joseph W. Driscol, since died; Michael Ludman, since died; J. L Whitaker, body, dangerously; Michael Hughes, breast, dangerously; Geo. Hamilton, in arm; Andrew Forsyth, arm; John Kavanah, in hand. Company D, Capt. Griswold.--Two men accidentally wounded
Thomas Collins (search for this): article 17
, slightly; Privates Joseph W. Driscol, since died; Michael Ludman, since died; J. L Whitaker, body, dangerously; Michael Hughes, breast, dangerously; Geo. Hamilton, in arm; Andrew Forsyth, arm; John Kavanah, in hand. Company D, Capt. Griswold.--Two men accidentally wounded — names not reported. Company E, Capt. C. K. Sherman. --Killed--Corporal Theodore Morris. Wounded — Jas. E. Marrow, leg, which has been amputated; Privates P. K. Reiley., in thigh and calf of leg, severely; Thomas Collins, shoulder, severely; C. M. Herring, slightly, by fragment of a shell. Company G, Captain Wm. H. Gordon.--Killed.-- Lieut. H. H. Miles; Privates, J. Scott Mallory, S. S. Wilkinson. Wounded--Privates, Henry Ashby, left foot, slightly; G. F. Knanff, left hand, slightly; Jas. A. Royster, right arm, slightly; Robt. Ashby, blow on cheek; Wm. L. Ware, ankle, slightly. Company H. Captain F. J. Boggs.--Killed--Private Milton A. Barnes. Wounded--Sergeant James L. Bray, hand, slightly;
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