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Finn (Montana, United States) (search for this): article 21
he battle of Williamsburg, driving the enemy before them all the time. Never did men display more cool bravery. The charges were all led by the company officers, and in one splendid charge they captured a battery of nine pieces. The regiment also captured one hundred prisoners. List of killed and wounded. Company A--Killed: Private C W Stizemore Wounded: Capt. W C Murphy, mortally; Corporal J MacMullin, Joe Amento, A Guerrello, Thos. Holliman, J New, slightly. Company B--Killed; at Finn, P McGlowen, N Cass, W Tracy. Wounded: N Gaven, G Flarity. Missing: John Jacobs, Jas Dorin. Company C--Killed: J T Ravyer. wounded: M C Castleberry, James Donahoe, W J Thorn, mortally; J N Nesmith, Thos Simmons, slightly. Missing: T J Huss, G W Berry. Co D — Killed: E B Somerhill. Wounded. J A Bynum. Company E--Killed: E Bondill. Wounded: R H Chear, mortally; W B Cain, J M Gamble, J W Sugars, W A Grubbs, T M Thompson, J Q Adams, slightly. Missing: R L Carter and H Holmes. C
Fortress Monroe (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 21
The Williamsburg battle Our wounded at Williamsburg. Richmond, May 14, 1862. To the Editors of the Dispatch. It is known to perhaps many of your readers that when our army retired from Williamsburg, Dr. Cullen, of Richmond, accompanied by a party of twelve, consisting principally of medical officers, returned under a flag of truce to attend to our wounded, left in and near the town. These officers left Williamsburg on Sunday, and reached this city via Fortress Monroe, yesterday, (Tuesday) Any account, however meagre; of the condition and treatment of the wounded will be interesting to those who have friends among them. The college building and the churches of the place were used as public hospitals, and some of our men were received in private houses. In the new Baptist Church there were nearly one hundred patients, the wounds in most cases being very severe, eight cases having terminated fatally up to Sunday morning. It is probable that most of the remaining cases wil
d: J T Ravyer. wounded: M C Castleberry, James Donahoe, W J Thorn, mortally; J N Nesmith, Thos Simmons, slightly. Missing: T J Huss, G W Berry. Co D — Killed: E B Somerhill. Wounded. J A Bynum. Company E--Killed: E Bondill. Wounded: R H Chear, mortally; W B Cain, J M Gamble, J W Sugars, W A Grubbs, T M Thompson, J Q Adams, slightly. Missing: R L Carter and H Holmes. Company G--Killed: J Long. Wounded: S Skipper, G N Levis, J B Levis, J J Wright, B A Spradly, Henry Tittle, J K Stephens, A Smith, E B Lartin, Company H--Wounded: Lieut J R McDonald; Corp'l W C Everett; Privates, P D Mings, Wm. Isbell, Wm. McCabe. Company I--Wounded: Capt. D W Gillis, in the arm; Corp'l W S Brookes; Privates, John Wilson, J H Garrard, T M Wilson. Company K--Killed: T. Sims. Wounded: T Dolin, H W Lang, W D Hill. Nineteenth Virginia regiment. To the Editors of the Dispatch: The following is the list of casualties of the 19th Virginia regiment in the engagement near Williams
arm, (very slight;) M W Wing field. wounded in arm, (very slight;) William A Johnson, wounded in arm, (slight;) A J Brown, wounded in head, (slight) Company B--James B Hamner, killed; David R Goodman, badly wounded in side and arm; J W Via, slightly wounded in head; Sergeant P H Craven, slightly wounded in arm; Lieutenant R West Wirt, slightly wounded in finger. Company C--Sergeant H Harden, finger shot off; private Allen H Harlow, wounded in arm; Corporal J W Kent, missing; private L F Mayo, missing. Company D--Captain J Faulkner, slightly wounded; Privates William T Stinnett, wounded; James W Maxwell, wounded in arm; A H Turner, wounded in hand; John Tindall, wounded in body; James Woody, wounded in face; G W Wood, wounded in body; W W Walton, killed; W H Thomas, killed. Company E--John W Leake, slight wound in thigh. Company F--Capt. Bennett Taylor, wounded in thigh; Serg't Robert Wood, wounded in arm; Privates, A J Wood, killed; R Kirby, wounded in arm; D Smith, woun
J W Kent, missing; private L F Mayo, missing. Company D--Captain J Faulkner, slightly wounded; Privates William T Stinnett, wounded; James W Maxwell, wounded in arm; A H Turner, wounded in hand; John Tindall, wounded in body; James Woody, wounded in face; G W Wood, wounded in body; W W Walton, killed; W H Thomas, killed. Company E--John W Leake, slight wound in thigh. Company F--Capt. Bennett Taylor, wounded in thigh; Serg't Robert Wood, wounded in arm; Privates, A J Wood, killed; R Kirby, wounded in arm; D Smith, wounded in hand; J Barnett, wounded in arm. Company G--Robt D Mays, wounded mortally; W C Wills, wounded in arm; John Smith, wounded very slight; Wm. B Coffey, wounded slightly Company H--Lieut Benj Brown, wounded slightly in side; Corp'ls G B Mason, wounded in groin; N A Mays, wounded in hand; Privates. Henry Berry, wounded in leg; R H Mays, wounded in leg; Jno Bryant, wounded in leg; A A Drumheller, wounded in hand; J Drumheller, killed. Company I--Serg't
ieutenant R West Wirt, slightly wounded in finger. Company C--Sergeant H Harden, finger shot off; private Allen H Harlow, wounded in arm; Corporal J W Kent, missing; private L F Mayo, missing. Company D--Captain J Faulkner, slightly wounded; Privates William T Stinnett, wounded; James W Maxwell, wounded in arm; A H Turner, wounded in hand; John Tindall, wounded in body; James Woody, wounded in face; G W Wood, wounded in body; W W Walton, killed; W H Thomas, killed. Company E--John W Leake, slight wound in thigh. Company F--Capt. Bennett Taylor, wounded in thigh; Serg't Robert Wood, wounded in arm; Privates, A J Wood, killed; R Kirby, wounded in arm; D Smith, wounded in hand; J Barnett, wounded in arm. Company G--Robt D Mays, wounded mortally; W C Wills, wounded in arm; John Smith, wounded very slight; Wm. B Coffey, wounded slightly Company H--Lieut Benj Brown, wounded slightly in side; Corp'ls G B Mason, wounded in groin; N A Mays, wounded in hand; Privates. Henry Ber
W Leake, slight wound in thigh. Company F--Capt. Bennett Taylor, wounded in thigh; Serg't Robert Wood, wounded in arm; Privates, A J Wood, killed; R Kirby, wounded in arm; D Smith, wounded in hand; J Barnett, wounded in arm. Company G--Robt D Mays, wounded mortally; W C Wills, wounded in arm; John Smith, wounded very slight; Wm. B Coffey, wounded slightly Company H--Lieut Benj Brown, wounded slightly in side; Corp'ls G B Mason, wounded in groin; N A Mays, wounded in hand; Privates. Henry; Corp'ls G B Mason, wounded in groin; N A Mays, wounded in hand; Privates. Henry Berry, wounded in leg; R H Mays, wounded in leg; Jno Bryant, wounded in leg; A A Drumheller, wounded in hand; J Drumheller, killed. Company I--Serg't T H Campbell, wounded in head, slight; Privates Cornelius Carpenter, wounded in body, badly; E H Massie, wounded in throat, badly; Matt Tucker, wounded in shoulder, slight; W H Campbell, wounded in shoulder, badly. Company K--A T Rea, leg broken by a ball.
John Jacobs (search for this): article 21
id men display more cool bravery. The charges were all led by the company officers, and in one splendid charge they captured a battery of nine pieces. The regiment also captured one hundred prisoners. List of killed and wounded. Company A--Killed: Private C W Stizemore Wounded: Capt. W C Murphy, mortally; Corporal J MacMullin, Joe Amento, A Guerrello, Thos. Holliman, J New, slightly. Company B--Killed; at Finn, P McGlowen, N Cass, W Tracy. Wounded: N Gaven, G Flarity. Missing: John Jacobs, Jas Dorin. Company C--Killed: J T Ravyer. wounded: M C Castleberry, James Donahoe, W J Thorn, mortally; J N Nesmith, Thos Simmons, slightly. Missing: T J Huss, G W Berry. Co D — Killed: E B Somerhill. Wounded. J A Bynum. Company E--Killed: E Bondill. Wounded: R H Chear, mortally; W B Cain, J M Gamble, J W Sugars, W A Grubbs, T M Thompson, J Q Adams, slightly. Missing: R L Carter and H Holmes. Company G--Killed: J Long. Wounded: S Skipper, G N Levis, J B Levis, J J Wrigh
so captured one hundred prisoners. List of killed and wounded. Company A--Killed: Private C W Stizemore Wounded: Capt. W C Murphy, mortally; Corporal J MacMullin, Joe Amento, A Guerrello, Thos. Holliman, J New, slightly. Company B--Killed; at Finn, P McGlowen, N Cass, W Tracy. Wounded: N Gaven, G Flarity. Missing: John Jacobs, Jas Dorin. Company C--Killed: J T Ravyer. wounded: M C Castleberry, James Donahoe, W J Thorn, mortally; J N Nesmith, Thos Simmons, slightly. Missing: T J Huss, G W Berry. Co D — Killed: E B Somerhill. Wounded. J A Bynum. Company E--Killed: E Bondill. Wounded: R H Chear, mortally; W B Cain, J M Gamble, J W Sugars, W A Grubbs, T M Thompson, J Q Adams, slightly. Missing: R L Carter and H Holmes. Company G--Killed: J Long. Wounded: S Skipper, G N Levis, J B Levis, J J Wright, B A Spradly, Henry Tittle, J K Stephens, A Smith, E B Lartin, Company H--Wounded: Lieut J R McDonald; Corp'l W C Everett; Privates, P D Mings, Wm. Isbell, Wm. McCab
J A Bynum. Company E--Killed: E Bondill. Wounded: R H Chear, mortally; W B Cain, J M Gamble, J W Sugars, W A Grubbs, T M Thompson, J Q Adams, slightly. Missing: R L Carter and H Holmes. Company G--Killed: J Long. Wounded: S Skipper, G N Levis, J B Levis, J J Wright, B A Spradly, Henry Tittle, J K Stephens, A Smith, E B Lartin, Company H--Wounded: Lieut J R McDonald; Corp'l W C Everett; Privates, P D Mings, Wm. Isbell, Wm. McCabe. Company I--Wounded: Capt. D W Gillis, in the arm; CLevis, J J Wright, B A Spradly, Henry Tittle, J K Stephens, A Smith, E B Lartin, Company H--Wounded: Lieut J R McDonald; Corp'l W C Everett; Privates, P D Mings, Wm. Isbell, Wm. McCabe. Company I--Wounded: Capt. D W Gillis, in the arm; Corp'l W S Brookes; Privates, John Wilson, J H Garrard, T M Wilson. Company K--Killed: T. Sims. Wounded: T Dolin, H W Lang, W D Hill. Nineteenth Virginia regiment. To the Editors of the Dispatch: The following is the list of casualties of the 19th Virginia regiment in the engagement near Williamsburg Virginia, on the 5th of May, 1862: Company A--Sergeant A H Hoffman, killed; Corporal William Culin, slightly wounded; Privates William T. Jones, badly wounded in face; C W Van
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