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Atlanta (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 11
Casualties. To the Editor of the Richmond Dispatch: Below I give a list of the casualties of Jeffress Battery, Nottoway county, Virginia, in the late battles around Atlanta, which you will publish for the information of the friends of these who were killed and wounded: Killed--Privates James Van Dyke, Albert A. Sheffield, W. W. Rivers and John Higginbotham. Wounded severely--Lieutenant A. W. Robertson, in the right leg (amputated above the knee). Privates E. S. Redwine, in right thigh: Thomas Saunders, left leg, below the knee; Zachariah Elliott, right leg, above the knee; Edward A Snellings, both legs, below the knee, (both legs amputated); James M. Herndon, through the body; (since died): J. W. Barrow, shot through the body; A. M. Barrow, shot through the body; James. M. Mathews, in right thigh. Wounded slightly--Lieutenant E. W. Jones, in the neck; Privates F. D. Hawkes, in right arm; Green B. Robertson, head, face and shoulder; Henry Rooney, in right
Nottoway (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 11
Casualties. To the Editor of the Richmond Dispatch: Below I give a list of the casualties of Jeffress Battery, Nottoway county, Virginia, in the late battles around Atlanta, which you will publish for the information of the friends of these who were killed and wounded: Killed--Privates James Van Dyke, Albert A. Sheffield, W. W. Rivers and John Higginbotham. Wounded severely--Lieutenant A. W. Robertson, in the right leg (amputated above the knee). Privates E. S. Redwine, in right thigh: Thomas Saunders, left leg, below the knee; Zachariah Elliott, right leg, above the knee; Edward A Snellings, both legs, below the knee, (both legs amputated); James M. Herndon, through the body; (since died): J. W. Barrow, shot through the body; A. M. Barrow, shot through the body; James. M. Mathews, in right thigh. Wounded slightly--Lieutenant E. W. Jones, in the neck; Privates F. D. Hawkes, in right arm; Green B. Robertson, head, face and shoulder; Henry Rooney, in right
James M. Herndon (search for this): article 11
asualties of Jeffress Battery, Nottoway county, Virginia, in the late battles around Atlanta, which you will publish for the information of the friends of these who were killed and wounded: Killed--Privates James Van Dyke, Albert A. Sheffield, W. W. Rivers and John Higginbotham. Wounded severely--Lieutenant A. W. Robertson, in the right leg (amputated above the knee). Privates E. S. Redwine, in right thigh: Thomas Saunders, left leg, below the knee; Zachariah Elliott, right leg, above the knee; Edward A Snellings, both legs, below the knee, (both legs amputated); James M. Herndon, through the body; (since died): J. W. Barrow, shot through the body; A. M. Barrow, shot through the body; James. M. Mathews, in right thigh. Wounded slightly--Lieutenant E. W. Jones, in the neck; Privates F. D. Hawkes, in right arm; Green B. Robertson, head, face and shoulder; Henry Rooney, in right thigh. Charles B. Yarbrough, Sergeant-Major. Richmond and Petersburg papers please copy.
Albert A. Sheffield (search for this): article 11
Casualties. To the Editor of the Richmond Dispatch: Below I give a list of the casualties of Jeffress Battery, Nottoway county, Virginia, in the late battles around Atlanta, which you will publish for the information of the friends of these who were killed and wounded: Killed--Privates James Van Dyke, Albert A. Sheffield, W. W. Rivers and John Higginbotham. Wounded severely--Lieutenant A. W. Robertson, in the right leg (amputated above the knee). Privates E. S. Redwine, in right thigh: Thomas Saunders, left leg, below the knee; Zachariah Elliott, right leg, above the knee; Edward A Snellings, both legs, below the knee, (both legs amputated); James M. Herndon, through the body; (since died): J. W. Barrow, shot through the body; A. M. Barrow, shot through the body; James. M. Mathews, in right thigh. Wounded slightly--Lieutenant E. W. Jones, in the neck; Privates F. D. Hawkes, in right arm; Green B. Robertson, head, face and shoulder; Henry Rooney, in right
A. W. Robertson (search for this): article 11
Casualties. To the Editor of the Richmond Dispatch: Below I give a list of the casualties of Jeffress Battery, Nottoway county, Virginia, in the late battles around Atlanta, which you will publish for the information of the friends of these who were killed and wounded: Killed--Privates James Van Dyke, Albert A. Sheffield, W. W. Rivers and John Higginbotham. Wounded severely--Lieutenant A. W. Robertson, in the right leg (amputated above the knee). Privates E. S. Redwine, in right thigh: Thomas Saunders, left leg, below the knee; Zachariah Elliott, right leg, above the knee; Edward A Snellings, both legs, below the knee, (both legs amputated); James M. Herndon, through the body; (since died): J. W. Barrow, shot through the body; A. M. Barrow, shot through the body; James. M. Mathews, in right thigh. Wounded slightly--Lieutenant E. W. Jones, in the neck; Privates F. D. Hawkes, in right arm; Green B. Robertson, head, face and shoulder; Henry Rooney, in right t
J. W. Barrow (search for this): article 11
asualties of Jeffress Battery, Nottoway county, Virginia, in the late battles around Atlanta, which you will publish for the information of the friends of these who were killed and wounded: Killed--Privates James Van Dyke, Albert A. Sheffield, W. W. Rivers and John Higginbotham. Wounded severely--Lieutenant A. W. Robertson, in the right leg (amputated above the knee). Privates E. S. Redwine, in right thigh: Thomas Saunders, left leg, below the knee; Zachariah Elliott, right leg, above the knee; Edward A Snellings, both legs, below the knee, (both legs amputated); James M. Herndon, through the body; (since died): J. W. Barrow, shot through the body; A. M. Barrow, shot through the body; James. M. Mathews, in right thigh. Wounded slightly--Lieutenant E. W. Jones, in the neck; Privates F. D. Hawkes, in right arm; Green B. Robertson, head, face and shoulder; Henry Rooney, in right thigh. Charles B. Yarbrough, Sergeant-Major. Richmond and Petersburg papers please copy.
John Higginbotham (search for this): article 11
Casualties. To the Editor of the Richmond Dispatch: Below I give a list of the casualties of Jeffress Battery, Nottoway county, Virginia, in the late battles around Atlanta, which you will publish for the information of the friends of these who were killed and wounded: Killed--Privates James Van Dyke, Albert A. Sheffield, W. W. Rivers and John Higginbotham. Wounded severely--Lieutenant A. W. Robertson, in the right leg (amputated above the knee). Privates E. S. Redwine, in right thigh: Thomas Saunders, left leg, below the knee; Zachariah Elliott, right leg, above the knee; Edward A Snellings, both legs, below the knee, (both legs amputated); James M. Herndon, through the body; (since died): J. W. Barrow, shot through the body; A. M. Barrow, shot through the body; James. M. Mathews, in right thigh. Wounded slightly--Lieutenant E. W. Jones, in the neck; Privates F. D. Hawkes, in right arm; Green B. Robertson, head, face and shoulder; Henry Rooney, in right
W. W. Rivers (search for this): article 11
Casualties. To the Editor of the Richmond Dispatch: Below I give a list of the casualties of Jeffress Battery, Nottoway county, Virginia, in the late battles around Atlanta, which you will publish for the information of the friends of these who were killed and wounded: Killed--Privates James Van Dyke, Albert A. Sheffield, W. W. Rivers and John Higginbotham. Wounded severely--Lieutenant A. W. Robertson, in the right leg (amputated above the knee). Privates E. S. Redwine, in right thigh: Thomas Saunders, left leg, below the knee; Zachariah Elliott, right leg, above the knee; Edward A Snellings, both legs, below the knee, (both legs amputated); James M. Herndon, through the body; (since died): J. W. Barrow, shot through the body; A. M. Barrow, shot through the body; James. M. Mathews, in right thigh. Wounded slightly--Lieutenant E. W. Jones, in the neck; Privates F. D. Hawkes, in right arm; Green B. Robertson, head, face and shoulder; Henry Rooney, in right t
Thomas Saunders (search for this): article 11
the Editor of the Richmond Dispatch: Below I give a list of the casualties of Jeffress Battery, Nottoway county, Virginia, in the late battles around Atlanta, which you will publish for the information of the friends of these who were killed and wounded: Killed--Privates James Van Dyke, Albert A. Sheffield, W. W. Rivers and John Higginbotham. Wounded severely--Lieutenant A. W. Robertson, in the right leg (amputated above the knee). Privates E. S. Redwine, in right thigh: Thomas Saunders, left leg, below the knee; Zachariah Elliott, right leg, above the knee; Edward A Snellings, both legs, below the knee, (both legs amputated); James M. Herndon, through the body; (since died): J. W. Barrow, shot through the body; A. M. Barrow, shot through the body; James. M. Mathews, in right thigh. Wounded slightly--Lieutenant E. W. Jones, in the neck; Privates F. D. Hawkes, in right arm; Green B. Robertson, head, face and shoulder; Henry Rooney, in right thigh. Charles B. Ya
Zachariah Elliott (search for this): article 11
elow I give a list of the casualties of Jeffress Battery, Nottoway county, Virginia, in the late battles around Atlanta, which you will publish for the information of the friends of these who were killed and wounded: Killed--Privates James Van Dyke, Albert A. Sheffield, W. W. Rivers and John Higginbotham. Wounded severely--Lieutenant A. W. Robertson, in the right leg (amputated above the knee). Privates E. S. Redwine, in right thigh: Thomas Saunders, left leg, below the knee; Zachariah Elliott, right leg, above the knee; Edward A Snellings, both legs, below the knee, (both legs amputated); James M. Herndon, through the body; (since died): J. W. Barrow, shot through the body; A. M. Barrow, shot through the body; James. M. Mathews, in right thigh. Wounded slightly--Lieutenant E. W. Jones, in the neck; Privates F. D. Hawkes, in right arm; Green B. Robertson, head, face and shoulder; Henry Rooney, in right thigh. Charles B. Yarbrough, Sergeant-Major. Richmond and Peter
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