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James E. Howell (search for this): article 18
. Haley, mortally wounded; Serg't Albert W. Pickett, Privates James Roman, Hiram W. Vickers, James Copley, Spencer B. Freeman, Silas Hutchins, Wm. Shamblee, John E. Davis, Allison S. Glenn, and Harrison Carden, severely wounded; Harrison Pickett and Owen W. Willett, slightly wounded. Company B, Capt. Avery, commanding.--Private Joshua M. Sorrell, mortally wounded; Privates J. R. Roberts, Jacob Thomas, Thos. L. Ollis, and J. C. Freeman, severely wounded; Capt. Isaac E. Avery, Serg't James E. Howell, Privates Joseph Boone, Tillman Vance, Anderson J. Davis, and Brice McGee, slightly wounded. Company F, Lieut. Carter, commanding.--Privates Jas. P. Stewart, and James Simpson, killed; privates W. P. White, mortally wounded; privates Eldridge G. Thompson and W. P. Gouge, severely wounded; private Jos. B. Thompson, ear shot off; and Jas. G. Watson, slightly wounded. Company G, Capt. Craige, commanding.--Privates G. Noah, A. B. Corriher, J. R. Corriher, J. S. Smith, Jason D. Set
n, Silas Hutchins, Wm. Shamblee, John E. Davis, Allison S. Glenn, and Harrison Carden, severely wounded; Harrison Pickett and Owen W. Willett, slightly wounded. Company B, Capt. Avery, commanding.--Private Joshua M. Sorrell, mortally wounded; Privates J. R. Roberts, Jacob Thomas, Thos. L. Ollis, and J. C. Freeman, severely wounded; Capt. Isaac E. Avery, Serg't James E. Howell, Privates Joseph Boone, Tillman Vance, Anderson J. Davis, and Brice McGee, slightly wounded. Company F, Lieut. Carter, commanding.--Privates Jas. P. Stewart, and James Simpson, killed; privates W. P. White, mortally wounded; privates Eldridge G. Thompson and W. P. Gouge, severely wounded; private Jos. B. Thompson, ear shot off; and Jas. G. Watson, slightly wounded. Company G, Capt. Craige, commanding.--Privates G. Noah, A. B. Corriher, J. R. Corriher, J. S. Smith, Jason D. Setzer, Jno. Hess and Jacob Safrit, killed; privates John Howard and N. Lindsay Dancy, severely wounded; privates W. Rufus Owen
William W. Tarpley (search for this): article 18
Sixth North Carolina Regiment. The following is an official statement of the killed and wounded in Col. Fisher's regiment at the battle of Manassas: Company A, Capt. Kirkland, commanding, Privates Wm. D. Hannah and Barney Bleany, killed; 2d Lieut. Thomas A. Price, 3d Serg. Wm. W. Tarpley and Daniel Burnes, slightly wounded; 1st Serg't James Parsons and Barney Brennan, severely wounded, and Chas. W. Burrows, missing. Company B, Lieut. Parish, commanding.--Private Van Buren Oakley, killed; 2d Lieut. Wilie P. Mangum, mortally wounded; Serg. David C. Roberts and Corp'l Arthur S. Carrington, severely wounded; Allen Tilly, William Ray and Gilford Laws, slightly wounded. Company C, Capt. Freeland, commanding.--Privates John A. Hutchins and Robert Falkner, killed; Private Wm. P. Haley, mortally wounded; Serg't Albert W. Pickett, Privates James Roman, Hiram W. Vickers, James Copley, Spencer B. Freeman, Silas Hutchins, Wm. Shamblee, John E. Davis, Allison S. Glenn, and H
Charles F. Fisher (search for this): article 18
Sixth North Carolina Regiment. The following is an official statement of the killed and wounded in Col. Fisher's regiment at the battle of Manassas: Company A, Capt. Kirkland, commanding, Privates Wm. D. Hannah and Barney Bleany, killed; 2d Lieut. Thomas A. Price, 3d Serg. Wm. W. Tarpley and Daniel Burnes, slightly wounded; 1st Serg't James Parsons and Barney Brennan, severely wounded, and Chas. W. Burrows, missing. Company B, Lieut. Parish, commanding.--Private Van Buren Oakivate John W. Evans, hand shot off. Company I, Capt. York, commanding.--Sergeant Hiram Sears, Sergeant John W. Wilson and Private Joseph T. Morris, mortally wounded; Private James H. Moring, severely wounded, and Joseph D. Ausley, slightly wounded. Col. Charles F. Fisher killed, and Lieut. Col. C. E. Lightfoot slightly wounded, making 15 killed, 7 mortally wounded, 25 severely. 21 slightly, and 1 missing, making 69. A number of others received slight injuries, not worth mentioning.
James G. Watson (search for this): article 18
mortally wounded; Privates J. R. Roberts, Jacob Thomas, Thos. L. Ollis, and J. C. Freeman, severely wounded; Capt. Isaac E. Avery, Serg't James E. Howell, Privates Joseph Boone, Tillman Vance, Anderson J. Davis, and Brice McGee, slightly wounded. Company F, Lieut. Carter, commanding.--Privates Jas. P. Stewart, and James Simpson, killed; privates W. P. White, mortally wounded; privates Eldridge G. Thompson and W. P. Gouge, severely wounded; private Jos. B. Thompson, ear shot off; and Jas. G. Watson, slightly wounded. Company G, Capt. Craige, commanding.--Privates G. Noah, A. B. Corriher, J. R. Corriher, J. S. Smith, Jason D. Setzer, Jno. Hess and Jacob Safrit, killed; privates John Howard and N. Lindsay Dancy, severely wounded; privates W. Rufus Owen, Henry W. A. Miller, Jacob W. Miller, and Bartlett Allen, slightly wounded. Company H, Capt. Mitchell, commanding.--Not directly in the engagement, Private John W. Evans, hand shot off. Company I, Capt. York, commanding.
James Simpson (search for this): article 18
Glenn, and Harrison Carden, severely wounded; Harrison Pickett and Owen W. Willett, slightly wounded. Company B, Capt. Avery, commanding.--Private Joshua M. Sorrell, mortally wounded; Privates J. R. Roberts, Jacob Thomas, Thos. L. Ollis, and J. C. Freeman, severely wounded; Capt. Isaac E. Avery, Serg't James E. Howell, Privates Joseph Boone, Tillman Vance, Anderson J. Davis, and Brice McGee, slightly wounded. Company F, Lieut. Carter, commanding.--Privates Jas. P. Stewart, and James Simpson, killed; privates W. P. White, mortally wounded; privates Eldridge G. Thompson and W. P. Gouge, severely wounded; private Jos. B. Thompson, ear shot off; and Jas. G. Watson, slightly wounded. Company G, Capt. Craige, commanding.--Privates G. Noah, A. B. Corriher, J. R. Corriher, J. S. Smith, Jason D. Setzer, Jno. Hess and Jacob Safrit, killed; privates John Howard and N. Lindsay Dancy, severely wounded; privates W. Rufus Owen, Henry W. A. Miller, Jacob W. Miller, and Bartlett Allen,
Joseph T. Morris (search for this): article 18
ouge, severely wounded; private Jos. B. Thompson, ear shot off; and Jas. G. Watson, slightly wounded. Company G, Capt. Craige, commanding.--Privates G. Noah, A. B. Corriher, J. R. Corriher, J. S. Smith, Jason D. Setzer, Jno. Hess and Jacob Safrit, killed; privates John Howard and N. Lindsay Dancy, severely wounded; privates W. Rufus Owen, Henry W. A. Miller, Jacob W. Miller, and Bartlett Allen, slightly wounded. Company H, Capt. Mitchell, commanding.--Not directly in the engagement, Private John W. Evans, hand shot off. Company I, Capt. York, commanding.--Sergeant Hiram Sears, Sergeant John W. Wilson and Private Joseph T. Morris, mortally wounded; Private James H. Moring, severely wounded, and Joseph D. Ausley, slightly wounded. Col. Charles F. Fisher killed, and Lieut. Col. C. E. Lightfoot slightly wounded, making 15 killed, 7 mortally wounded, 25 severely. 21 slightly, and 1 missing, making 69. A number of others received slight injuries, not worth mentioning.
Allen Tilly (search for this): article 18
ttle of Manassas: Company A, Capt. Kirkland, commanding, Privates Wm. D. Hannah and Barney Bleany, killed; 2d Lieut. Thomas A. Price, 3d Serg. Wm. W. Tarpley and Daniel Burnes, slightly wounded; 1st Serg't James Parsons and Barney Brennan, severely wounded, and Chas. W. Burrows, missing. Company B, Lieut. Parish, commanding.--Private Van Buren Oakley, killed; 2d Lieut. Wilie P. Mangum, mortally wounded; Serg. David C. Roberts and Corp'l Arthur S. Carrington, severely wounded; Allen Tilly, William Ray and Gilford Laws, slightly wounded. Company C, Capt. Freeland, commanding.--Privates John A. Hutchins and Robert Falkner, killed; Private Wm. P. Haley, mortally wounded; Serg't Albert W. Pickett, Privates James Roman, Hiram W. Vickers, James Copley, Spencer B. Freeman, Silas Hutchins, Wm. Shamblee, John E. Davis, Allison S. Glenn, and Harrison Carden, severely wounded; Harrison Pickett and Owen W. Willett, slightly wounded. Company B, Capt. Avery, commanding.--Priva
Jason D. Setzer (search for this): article 18
es E. Howell, Privates Joseph Boone, Tillman Vance, Anderson J. Davis, and Brice McGee, slightly wounded. Company F, Lieut. Carter, commanding.--Privates Jas. P. Stewart, and James Simpson, killed; privates W. P. White, mortally wounded; privates Eldridge G. Thompson and W. P. Gouge, severely wounded; private Jos. B. Thompson, ear shot off; and Jas. G. Watson, slightly wounded. Company G, Capt. Craige, commanding.--Privates G. Noah, A. B. Corriher, J. R. Corriher, J. S. Smith, Jason D. Setzer, Jno. Hess and Jacob Safrit, killed; privates John Howard and N. Lindsay Dancy, severely wounded; privates W. Rufus Owen, Henry W. A. Miller, Jacob W. Miller, and Bartlett Allen, slightly wounded. Company H, Capt. Mitchell, commanding.--Not directly in the engagement, Private John W. Evans, hand shot off. Company I, Capt. York, commanding.--Sergeant Hiram Sears, Sergeant John W. Wilson and Private Joseph T. Morris, mortally wounded; Private James H. Moring, severely wounded, a
Sixth North Carolina Regiment. The following is an official statement of the killed and wounded in Col. Fisher's regiment at the battle of Manassas: Company A, Capt. Kirkland, commanding, Privates Wm. D. Hannah and Barney Bleany, killed; 2d Lieut. Thomas A. Price, 3d Serg. Wm. W. Tarpley and Daniel Burnes, slightly wounded; 1st Serg't James Parsons and Barney Brennan, severely wounded, and Chas. W. Burrows, missing. Company B, Lieut. Parish, commanding.--Private Van Buren Oakley, killed; 2d Lieut. Wilie P. Mangum, mortally wounded; Serg. David C. Roberts and Corp'l Arthur S. Carrington, severely wounded; Allen Tilly, William Ray and Gilford Laws, slightly wounded. Company C, Capt. Freeland, commanding.--Privates John A. Hutchins and Robert Falkner, killed; Private Wm. P. Haley, mortally wounded; Serg't Albert W. Pickett, Privates James Roman, Hiram W. Vickers, James Copley, Spencer B. Freeman, Silas Hutchins, Wm. Shamblee, John E. Davis, Allison S. Glenn, and Ha
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