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Wounded Confederate officers in Fort McHenry. The following comprises a list of wounded Confederate officers who were taken prisoners in the late battles near Gettysburg, and are now in the hospital of Fort McHenry: Col. J. Lucius Davis, 10th Virginia cavalry; Col. B. D. Fry, 13th Alabama regiment; Maj C. C Blacknall, 23d North Carolina regiment; Maj. J. R. Winstow, 45th North Carolina regiment; Lieut. Thomas Harrison, Aid to Gen. Garnett; Lieut. F. A. Timberlake, 7th Tennessee regiment, and Lieut. J. W. Lee, 2d North Carolina battalion. All these officers are doing well.
J. Lucius Davis (search for this): article 7
Wounded Confederate officers in Fort McHenry. The following comprises a list of wounded Confederate officers who were taken prisoners in the late battles near Gettysburg, and are now in the hospital of Fort McHenry: Col. J. Lucius Davis, 10th Virginia cavalry; Col. B. D. Fry, 13th Alabama regiment; Maj C. C Blacknall, 23d North Carolina regiment; Maj. J. R. Winstow, 45th North Carolina regiment; Lieut. Thomas Harrison, Aid to Gen. Garnett; Lieut. F. A. Timberlake, 7th Tennessee regiment, and Lieut. J. W. Lee, 2d North Carolina battalion. All these officers are doing well.
J. W. Lee (search for this): article 7
Wounded Confederate officers in Fort McHenry. The following comprises a list of wounded Confederate officers who were taken prisoners in the late battles near Gettysburg, and are now in the hospital of Fort McHenry: Col. J. Lucius Davis, 10th Virginia cavalry; Col. B. D. Fry, 13th Alabama regiment; Maj C. C Blacknall, 23d North Carolina regiment; Maj. J. R. Winstow, 45th North Carolina regiment; Lieut. Thomas Harrison, Aid to Gen. Garnett; Lieut. F. A. Timberlake, 7th Tennessee regiment, and Lieut. J. W. Lee, 2d North Carolina battalion. All these officers are doing well.
B. D. Fry (search for this): article 7
Wounded Confederate officers in Fort McHenry. The following comprises a list of wounded Confederate officers who were taken prisoners in the late battles near Gettysburg, and are now in the hospital of Fort McHenry: Col. J. Lucius Davis, 10th Virginia cavalry; Col. B. D. Fry, 13th Alabama regiment; Maj C. C Blacknall, 23d North Carolina regiment; Maj. J. R. Winstow, 45th North Carolina regiment; Lieut. Thomas Harrison, Aid to Gen. Garnett; Lieut. F. A. Timberlake, 7th Tennessee regiment, and Lieut. J. W. Lee, 2d North Carolina battalion. All these officers are doing well.
Blacknall (search for this): article 7
Wounded Confederate officers in Fort McHenry. The following comprises a list of wounded Confederate officers who were taken prisoners in the late battles near Gettysburg, and are now in the hospital of Fort McHenry: Col. J. Lucius Davis, 10th Virginia cavalry; Col. B. D. Fry, 13th Alabama regiment; Maj C. C Blacknall, 23d North Carolina regiment; Maj. J. R. Winstow, 45th North Carolina regiment; Lieut. Thomas Harrison, Aid to Gen. Garnett; Lieut. F. A. Timberlake, 7th Tennessee regiment, and Lieut. J. W. Lee, 2d North Carolina battalion. All these officers are doing well.
F. A. Timberlake (search for this): article 7
Wounded Confederate officers in Fort McHenry. The following comprises a list of wounded Confederate officers who were taken prisoners in the late battles near Gettysburg, and are now in the hospital of Fort McHenry: Col. J. Lucius Davis, 10th Virginia cavalry; Col. B. D. Fry, 13th Alabama regiment; Maj C. C Blacknall, 23d North Carolina regiment; Maj. J. R. Winstow, 45th North Carolina regiment; Lieut. Thomas Harrison, Aid to Gen. Garnett; Lieut. F. A. Timberlake, 7th Tennessee regiment, and Lieut. J. W. Lee, 2d North Carolina battalion. All these officers are doing well.
J. R. Winstow (search for this): article 7
Wounded Confederate officers in Fort McHenry. The following comprises a list of wounded Confederate officers who were taken prisoners in the late battles near Gettysburg, and are now in the hospital of Fort McHenry: Col. J. Lucius Davis, 10th Virginia cavalry; Col. B. D. Fry, 13th Alabama regiment; Maj C. C Blacknall, 23d North Carolina regiment; Maj. J. R. Winstow, 45th North Carolina regiment; Lieut. Thomas Harrison, Aid to Gen. Garnett; Lieut. F. A. Timberlake, 7th Tennessee regiment, and Lieut. J. W. Lee, 2d North Carolina battalion. All these officers are doing well.
Thomas Harrison (search for this): article 7
Wounded Confederate officers in Fort McHenry. The following comprises a list of wounded Confederate officers who were taken prisoners in the late battles near Gettysburg, and are now in the hospital of Fort McHenry: Col. J. Lucius Davis, 10th Virginia cavalry; Col. B. D. Fry, 13th Alabama regiment; Maj C. C Blacknall, 23d North Carolina regiment; Maj. J. R. Winstow, 45th North Carolina regiment; Lieut. Thomas Harrison, Aid to Gen. Garnett; Lieut. F. A. Timberlake, 7th Tennessee regiment, and Lieut. J. W. Lee, 2d North Carolina battalion. All these officers are doing well.