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Dinwiddie Court House (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
mpany G, and E. W. Callahan, company B. Eleventh Virginia Regiment--Privates Abner P. Bateman, company C, and William Gregory, company G, through the thigh. The latter is from Lynchburg. Twenty Fourth Virginia Regiment--Private Josiah Dunn, company B. A Yankee who was wounded and captured in the storming of the first fort was also brought on and placed in the hospital. He suffered amputation of the right arm at Weldon. His name is Dexter D. Keath, corporal company H, 2d Massachusetts heavy artillery. The following also arrived by the same train: Lieut. Chas. McCann, ordnance officer, severely wounded in arm and back; Sergt. Booker, of Pegram's battery, in the hand; and privates Slaughter and Wm. C. Wells, of the same company, slightly. Sergt. Booker is from Amelia county, and Wells from Dinwiddie. The larger proportion of the wounded were left in Weldon. Delaware McMinn, of the 1st Virginia regiment, reported mortally wounded, has since died.
Weldon, N. C. (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
ynchburg. Twenty Fourth Virginia Regiment--Private Josiah Dunn, company B. A Yankee who was wounded and captured in the storming of the first fort was also brought on and placed in the hospital. He suffered amputation of the right arm at Weldon. His name is Dexter D. Keath, corporal company H, 2d Massachusetts heavy artillery. The following also arrived by the same train: Lieut. Chas. McCann, ordnance officer, severely wounded in arm and back; Sergt. Booker, of Pegram's battesetts heavy artillery. The following also arrived by the same train: Lieut. Chas. McCann, ordnance officer, severely wounded in arm and back; Sergt. Booker, of Pegram's battery, in the hand; and privates Slaughter and Wm. C. Wells, of the same company, slightly. Sergt. Booker is from Amelia county, and Wells from Dinwiddie. The larger proportion of the wounded were left in Weldon. Delaware McMinn, of the 1st Virginia regiment, reported mortally wounded, has since died.
Plymouth, N. C. (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
ve on Saturday morning some of the particulars of the fighting which resulted in the capture of Plymouth. Our forces arrived in front of Plymouth on Sunday afternoon about 4 o'clock, and succeeded inPlymouth on Sunday afternoon about 4 o'clock, and succeeded in capturing most of the enemy's pickets, which were stationed a few miles from town, and felt their works, and finding them much stronger than was anticipated, the men being exhausted by a long day's mng it prudent to venture too far down the river, he returned to his former position in front of Plymouth. After daylight on the same morning Gen. Hoke demanded a surrender of the place and its decountry. He was a native of Georgia, and the only field officer lost by us during the siege of Plymouth. The following named officers and privates wounded in the recent engagement before PlymoutPlymouth, N. C., have arrived in Petersburg, and were assigned to the S. C. Hospital, Washington street. They were wounded on Monday, while storming the outer line of entrenchments. Some few of the wounds
Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 1
umber of negroes and "buffaloes" (fit associates) escaped by means of boats and canoes, while quite a number plunged into the river, a portion of whom never reached the opposite shore. The behavior of our troops throughout the whole affair was everything that could be desired, and where all did so well it would be next to injustice to discriminate. The gallant Col. Mercer was killed while leading a charge, and thus scaled with his lifeblood his devotion to his country. He was a native of Georgia, and the only field officer lost by us during the siege of Plymouth. The following named officers and privates wounded in the recent engagement before Plymouth, N. C., have arrived in Petersburg, and were assigned to the S. C. Hospital, Washington street. They were wounded on Monday, while storming the outer line of entrenchments. Some few of the wounds were severe, but most of them slight: Pegram's Battery--Sergt George Trent wounded through the arm; private Archibald Carmichael
Amelia (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
mpany G, and E. W. Callahan, company B. Eleventh Virginia Regiment--Privates Abner P. Bateman, company C, and William Gregory, company G, through the thigh. The latter is from Lynchburg. Twenty Fourth Virginia Regiment--Private Josiah Dunn, company B. A Yankee who was wounded and captured in the storming of the first fort was also brought on and placed in the hospital. He suffered amputation of the right arm at Weldon. His name is Dexter D. Keath, corporal company H, 2d Massachusetts heavy artillery. The following also arrived by the same train: Lieut. Chas. McCann, ordnance officer, severely wounded in arm and back; Sergt. Booker, of Pegram's battery, in the hand; and privates Slaughter and Wm. C. Wells, of the same company, slightly. Sergt. Booker is from Amelia county, and Wells from Dinwiddie. The larger proportion of the wounded were left in Weldon. Delaware McMinn, of the 1st Virginia regiment, reported mortally wounded, has since died.
Delaware (Delaware, United States) (search for this): article 1
ompany G, and E. W. Callahan, company B. Eleventh Virginia Regiment--Privates Abner P. Bateman, company C, and William Gregory, company G, through the thigh. The latter is from Lynchburg. Twenty Fourth Virginia Regiment--Private Josiah Dunn, company B. A Yankee who was wounded and captured in the storming of the first fort was also brought on and placed in the hospital. He suffered amputation of the right arm at Weldon. His name is Dexter D. Keath, corporal company H, 2d Massachusetts heavy artillery. The following also arrived by the same train: Lieut. Chas. McCann, ordnance officer, severely wounded in arm and back; Sergt. Booker, of Pegram's battery, in the hand; and privates Slaughter and Wm. C. Wells, of the same company, slightly. Sergt. Booker is from Amelia county, and Wells from Dinwiddie. The larger proportion of the wounded were left in Weldon. Delaware McMinn, of the 1st Virginia regiment, reported mortally wounded, has since died.
Dexter D. Keath (search for this): article 1
Toler, company H; Washington H. Wood, company G, and E. W. Callahan, company B. Eleventh Virginia Regiment--Privates Abner P. Bateman, company C, and William Gregory, company G, through the thigh. The latter is from Lynchburg. Twenty Fourth Virginia Regiment--Private Josiah Dunn, company B. A Yankee who was wounded and captured in the storming of the first fort was also brought on and placed in the hospital. He suffered amputation of the right arm at Weldon. His name is Dexter D. Keath, corporal company H, 2d Massachusetts heavy artillery. The following also arrived by the same train: Lieut. Chas. McCann, ordnance officer, severely wounded in arm and back; Sergt. Booker, of Pegram's battery, in the hand; and privates Slaughter and Wm. C. Wells, of the same company, slightly. Sergt. Booker is from Amelia county, and Wells from Dinwiddie. The larger proportion of the wounded were left in Weldon. Delaware McMinn, of the 1st Virginia regiment, rep
Slaughter (search for this): article 1
ompany G, and E. W. Callahan, company B. Eleventh Virginia Regiment--Privates Abner P. Bateman, company C, and William Gregory, company G, through the thigh. The latter is from Lynchburg. Twenty Fourth Virginia Regiment--Private Josiah Dunn, company B. A Yankee who was wounded and captured in the storming of the first fort was also brought on and placed in the hospital. He suffered amputation of the right arm at Weldon. His name is Dexter D. Keath, corporal company H, 2d Massachusetts heavy artillery. The following also arrived by the same train: Lieut. Chas. McCann, ordnance officer, severely wounded in arm and back; Sergt. Booker, of Pegram's battery, in the hand; and privates Slaughter and Wm. C. Wells, of the same company, slightly. Sergt. Booker is from Amelia county, and Wells from Dinwiddie. The larger proportion of the wounded were left in Weldon. Delaware McMinn, of the 1st Virginia regiment, reported mortally wounded, has since died.
Henry Toler (search for this): article 1
e few of the wounds were severe, but most of them slight: Pegram's Battery--Sergt George Trent wounded through the arm; private Archibald Carmichael, burned by the explosion of a shell; B. L. Wiltsie' severely in both legs; Barney Winfree, in shoulder; and John C. Eckles, contusion from caisson. Blunt's Battery--Sergt Thos. M. Ross and private Wm. Noell. Fayette Artillery--Privates Wm. Allen and Jas. G. Barnes. First Virginia Regiment--Privates John Belcher, company H; Henry Toler, company H; Washington H. Wood, company G, and E. W. Callahan, company B. Eleventh Virginia Regiment--Privates Abner P. Bateman, company C, and William Gregory, company G, through the thigh. The latter is from Lynchburg. Twenty Fourth Virginia Regiment--Private Josiah Dunn, company B. A Yankee who was wounded and captured in the storming of the first fort was also brought on and placed in the hospital. He suffered amputation of the right arm at Weldon. His name is Dexter D
B. L. Wiltsie (search for this): article 1
uring the siege of Plymouth. The following named officers and privates wounded in the recent engagement before Plymouth, N. C., have arrived in Petersburg, and were assigned to the S. C. Hospital, Washington street. They were wounded on Monday, while storming the outer line of entrenchments. Some few of the wounds were severe, but most of them slight: Pegram's Battery--Sergt George Trent wounded through the arm; private Archibald Carmichael, burned by the explosion of a shell; B. L. Wiltsie' severely in both legs; Barney Winfree, in shoulder; and John C. Eckles, contusion from caisson. Blunt's Battery--Sergt Thos. M. Ross and private Wm. Noell. Fayette Artillery--Privates Wm. Allen and Jas. G. Barnes. First Virginia Regiment--Privates John Belcher, company H; Henry Toler, company H; Washington H. Wood, company G, and E. W. Callahan, company B. Eleventh Virginia Regiment--Privates Abner P. Bateman, company C, and William Gregory, company G, through the th
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