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A Efford, R Dunnaway, V R Clark, J B Warwick, James J King, R Loving, H Purcell. Company F. Killed: Privates N T Cockrill, Wm Jones. Wounded: Corpl Wm Flint, Corpl L W Moore; Invates W H Covington, T W Eskridge, L W Haynie, Jos Hall, L Jones, Jas Jones, T Morrison, C R Rock, W C Rice, N Haynie. Company G. Killed: Privates W S Jones, Jos Patrick. Wounded: Ord Sgt W P Hudgins, Sgt S B Huge left; Privates Jno Davis, R Davis, N Wilson. Company H.--Killed: None. Wounded: Capt Wm T Chase, Lieut E Edmonds, Sgt G Saunders; Privates Wm Cundiff, P T Burruss, James May, W Limerick. Company I.--Killed: 8gt A Revere; Privates R Mealy, T Denney. Wounded: Lieut Jno Moody, Lieut W Coe, Ord Sgt T G Pinkard; Privates Jos Anderson, Jno Treade, Jas Sanford, D Maston, H H Shaw, Jno Rogers. Company K.--Killed: None. Wounded: Sgt G Walker; Privates T Yeatman, J Short, M Murphy, Jno Elmore, Jno Davis. The above list does not include those who (though wounded) were able to remai
ody, Lieut W Coe, Ord Sgt T G Pinkard; Privates Jos Anderson, Jno Treade, Jas Sanford, D Maston, H H Shaw, Jno Rogers. Company K.--Killed: None. Wounded: Sgt G Walker; Privates T Yeatman, J Short, M Murphy, Jno Elmore, Jno Davis. The above list does not include those who (though wounded) were able to remain with the regiment. Casualties in the 47th Virginia regiment, commanded by Col. Ro. M. Mayo. Field and Staff — col Mayo, wounded slightly in the arm. Company A. Capt Chas J Green — killed: H C Patton. Wounded: Capt G J Green, in the leg; Lieut W Peyton Monroe, in the thigh; Privates a J Patton, slightly; B H Garrison, slightly; Company B, Capt John S Talliaferro — killed: none. Wounded: Capt John S Talliaferro, slightly; Privates J W. Grillin, badly; W Alien, slightly. Company C, Capt E L Wharton — killed: none. Wounded: E L Wharton; Privates Wm P Sanford and Jas Bartlett, wounded by shell on the 27th, but remained on the field; a J Barrack, mort
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l. S F wounded. L. W. B Young, slightly; Privates A F Wayne, and rely; L B Hackaby, T R Johnson, do; A A Johnson, seriously; F E Safety, J R Conts, Wm Griffith, Wm Worthington. Total wounded, 10. Company B.--Killed Jar F Allen, H T Cimlfield, Henry H Lamb. Wounded: Lt Clark, slightly in arm; Sgt M C North, slightly in leg; Corp'l James D Kumbrough, thigh Privates Patton, severely in lungs; J P Clark, both arms; R A Humlet, hand; B F Gordon, legs Wia Rocback, spent ball in side; Thos Avery, head; Elisha Weeds, severely in head; J S Merrill, slightly in head; Calvin Edmeston, head; Cicero Kirksey, slightly in shoulder. Total killed, 3; wounded, 12 Company C.--Killed: R N Archibald, J. D Baines. F L Eatman, J B Maxwell, (color bearer.) T B Richardson, J Collins, mortally wounded, since died. Wounded: Lt R H Gordon, slightly in leg; Sgts Richardson, arm; Gathwright, foot; Privates J Stafford, shoulder; T Sallivan and T Lanford, thigh; T Moore, body; John Murphy, arm; J O D
ordon, legs Wia Rocback, spent ball in side; Thos Avery, head; Elisha Weeds, severely in head; J S Merrill, slightly in head; Calvin Edmeston, head; Cicero Kirksey, slightly in shoulder. Total killed, 3; wounded, 12 Company C.--Killed: R N Archibald, J. D Baines. F L Eatman, J B Maxwell, (color bearer.) T B Richardson, J Collins, mortally wounded, since died. Wounded: Lt R H Gordon, slightly in leg; Sgts Richardson, arm; Gathwright, foot; Privates J Stafford, shoulder; T Sallivan and T Lanford, thigh; T Moore, body; John Murphy, arm; J O Duncan, do; R Waller, leg; M Baskin, do; J Paschal, hand; J Breathwaite, thigh; D Montgomery, arm; W Sanders, slightly in leg. Total killed, 6, badly wounded G; slightly wounded, 12; missing, 1. Company D.--Killed: J E Dossett. Franklin Wright, and R B Gullett, Wounded; Sgts W H Hummell, foot; J L Burton, head; Corp is J H Stewart, breast; W A Anderson, thigh; W C Peguesgrabt, Privates Thos Askew, leg; H C Cater arm; T K Cathey, hand; J W Dean
0. Company B.--Killed Jar F Allen, H T Cimlfield, Henry H Lamb. Wounded: Lt Clark, slightly in arm; Sgt M C North, slightly in leg; Corp'l James D Kumbrough, thigh Privates Patton, severely in lungs; J P Clark, both arms; R A Humlet, hand; B F Gordon, legs Wia Rocback, spent ball in side; Thos Avery, head; Elisha Weeds, severely in head; J S Merrill, slightly in head; Calvin Edmeston, head; Cicero Kirksey, slightly in shoulder. Total killed, 3; wounded, 12 Company C.--Killed: R N Archibald, J. D Baines. F L Eatman, J B Maxwell, (color bearer.) T B Richardson, J Collins, mortally wounded, since died. Wounded: Lt R H Gordon, slightly in leg; Sgts Richardson, arm; Gathwright, foot; Privates J Stafford, shoulder; T Sallivan and T Lanford, thigh; T Moore, body; John Murphy, arm; J O Duncan, do; R Waller, leg; M Baskin, do; J Paschal, hand; J Breathwaite, thigh; D Montgomery, arm; W Sanders, slightly in leg. Total killed, 6, badly wounded G; slightly wounded, 12; missing, 1. Compan
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ge left; Privates Jno Davis, R Davis, N Wilson. Company H.--Killed: None. Wounded: Capt Wm T Chase, Lieut E Edmonds, Sgt G Saunders; Privates Wm Cundiff, P T Burruss, James May, W Limerick. Company I.--Killed: 8gt A Revere; Privates R Mealy, T Denney. Wounded: Lieut Jno Moody, Lieut W Coe, Ord Sgt T G Pinkard; Privates Jos Anderson, Jno Treade, Jas Sanford, D Maston, H H Shaw, Jno Rogers. Company K.--Killed: None. Wounded: Sgt G Walker; Privates T Yeatman, J Short, M Murphy, Jno Elmore, Jno Davis. The above list does not include those who (though wounded) were able to remain with the regiment. Casualties in the 47th Virginia regiment, commanded by Col. Ro. M. Mayo. Field and Staff — col Mayo, wounded slightly in the arm. Company A. Capt Chas J Green — killed: H C Patton. Wounded: Capt G J Green, in the leg; Lieut W Peyton Monroe, in the thigh; Privates a J Patton, slightly; B H Garrison, slightly; Company B, Capt John S Talliaferro — killed: none<
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the battles of Jane 26th and 27th. Lieut. Col W. W. Walker, wounded in leg and arm. Adjutant W A Brockenbrough. Serg't Major Samuel Leader. Company A.--Killed: Serg't Henry Bunn, priv't Latham. Wounded: Lt Henry Harding, Serg't Jas Hall, Corpl J B Williams, privates Jos Dodson, Wm H McGaiggan, John Hockaday, N O Luck, R Corsey. Wm T Hart, W J Stekes, H Marsh. Company B.--Killed: J O Kennan. Wounded: Capt A J Sydnor. in leg; Lieut E Brockenbrough, in leg arm; Lieut Thos Jones, slightly in head; O S T D Ficklin, Corpl R L Reynolds, Jos P Mitchell, severely; J Mealy, Ro Hall, flesh wound; John G Leland, S Rockwell, R H Coleman, H M Dudley, W H Merrig. Company C.--Killed: Serg't R Eo wen, privates L M Sebrec, Samuel Bell, N C Barton, W Greenwood, G Moon. Wounded: Capt T E Betts, Lieut C E Redman, privates Ellughes, J Hayes, W T Hall, A W Garner, J S Winstead, J B Jett, Wm Swain, W March, Benj Turner, G Rice, R Reynolds. Company D.--Killed: None. Wound
rd, T Willard, Wm Mealey, A Efford, R Dunnaway, V R Clark, J B Warwick, James J King, R Loving, H Purcell. Company F. Killed: Privates N T Cockrill, Wm Jones. Wounded: Corpl Wm Flint, Corpl L W Moore; Invates W H Covington, T W Eskridge, L W Haynie, Jos Hall, L Jones, Jas Jones, T Morrison, C R Rock, W C Rice, N Haynie. Company G. Killed: Privates W S Jones, Jos Patrick. Wounded: Ord Sgt W P Hudgins, Sgt S B Huge left; Privates Jno Davis, R Davis, N Wilson. Company H.--Killed: NoneHaynie. Company G. Killed: Privates W S Jones, Jos Patrick. Wounded: Ord Sgt W P Hudgins, Sgt S B Huge left; Privates Jno Davis, R Davis, N Wilson. Company H.--Killed: None. Wounded: Capt Wm T Chase, Lieut E Edmonds, Sgt G Saunders; Privates Wm Cundiff, P T Burruss, James May, W Limerick. Company I.--Killed: 8gt A Revere; Privates R Mealy, T Denney. Wounded: Lieut Jno Moody, Lieut W Coe, Ord Sgt T G Pinkard; Privates Jos Anderson, Jno Treade, Jas Sanford, D Maston, H H Shaw, Jno Rogers. Company K.--Killed: None. Wounded: Sgt G Walker; Privates T Yeatman, J Short, M Murphy, Jno Elmore, Jno Davis. The above list does not include those who (though wou
y H, Capt Thos R Dew — killed: none. Wounded: L B Andrews, badly; Thos E Payse, slightly; Geo F Gouldman, slightly. Company I, Capt J D Brace — killed: Privates Geo West. Wounded Serg a W Jones, slightly; Corp H C for, in hand; Privates N Jones, C H Jones, slightly; P Jones, in hand; J O West, in shoulder; Geo English, in mouth; E Groves, in head, slightly; W a Carroll, slightly in head; C W Schooler, slightly in leg. Company K, Capt J P Ware — killed: Thos P Burrows. Wounded: J J Carneal, Mordecai Taylor. Killed4 Wounded40 Total44 Total number engaged in the tow days' fight, 273. Wm Broun, 1st Lieut., Acting Adjutant 47th Virginia Reg. Casualties in the 44th Virginia regiment, ( Lt. Col. A. C Jones, commending,) Elzey's Brigade, in the Statute of of Friday, 27th inst: Killed is 1st Serg't John F Hagby, Company C.--Wounded: Lt. Col. A C Jones, Adj't C Y Steptoe, C H Harises, co H; Capt Wm Gilliam, co I; Lt co B, Lt H G Richardson, co G; Henr<
and, S Rockwell, R H Coleman, H M Dudley, W H Merrig. Company C.--Killed: Serg't R Eo wen, privates L M Sebrec, Samuel Bell, N C Barton, W Greenwood, G Moon. Wounded: Capt T E Betts, Lieut C E Redman, privates Ellughes, J Hayes, W T Hall, A W Garner, J S Winstead, J B Jett, Wm Swain, W March, Benj Turner, G Rice, R Reynolds. Company D.--Killed: None. Wounded: William France, O Sergt J H Yeatman, C H Scott, V Anthony, G Bowen, W H Balderson, C H Carter, G Hinson, G W Quesenberry, R Hardwick, E Edmonds. Company E.--Killed: R Maskell, R Coats, W H H Scrimger. Wounded: Serg't John Lambkin, Sergt J W Efford, T Willard, Wm Mealey, A Efford, R Dunnaway, V R Clark, J B Warwick, James J King, R Loving, H Purcell. Company F. Killed: Privates N T Cockrill, Wm Jones. Wounded: Corpl Wm Flint, Corpl L W Moore; Invates W H Covington, T W Eskridge, L W Haynie, Jos Hall, L Jones, Jas Jones, T Morrison, C R Rock, W C Rice, N Haynie. Company G. Killed: Privates W S Jones, Jos Patr
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