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Phivates J. T. Bradshaw (search for this): article 14
J F Thompson. The regiment went into the battle with 130 effective men. Killed 8, wounded 16--Total 51. Casualties in Company a; 5th battalion Alabama Volunteers, on the 28th and 29th June, 1862. Killed: Lt D W. Hustid, Orderly Sergt J H Boyle Sergt. J. W. Wrenn; Sergt. E. L Houston, Corpl B. Branch, Corpl T Camber, privates F. Eard, W Steelerd of Hodges, J Bennyeasth, R. H Moon, J. J. Whittaker, J Tompkins. W Murphy. Wounded; Capt A S Vance Graalf, slightly in foot; Phivates J. T. Bradshaw, arm, L. L Glarry; J. B. Bradshaw, leg; W. G frost; N. Little, head, slight; B. B. Little, side, slight; Newton Hill head, slight; J. W. Holloway, Bead, slight; B. d. nance, leg; J Ormond; Jolin Patton: e T. Ramsey, arm amputated; S B Spight; W. W. Drummond; T. J Gilbert, head, slight; T Barnes; N L Fergason, severely; Alex Griger, foot; M S Hollan, through lower jaw, severaly; G N Boyd, slight; Wm S Hale, severaly in month; E. e. Hayden, leg and arms severely; J. T. Carpenter, thre
W. R. Pendleton (search for this): article 14
icock, --Beckham, G Kilby, Jno F Freeman, Martin Smith, J R Tapp, Thos. Kilby, Stephen Green J. J. Jones. Company C.--Wounded: Capt Goodman. Lieut Grubbs (since dead.) Sergt. Maj. Wm Mansfield, C H Catter Jno Bible, O P Madbry, D Hay, Geo Maginder, R Moore. Company D.--Killed Sgt R N Trico Jos Brown J. W Campball. Wounded. Lt S H Parsons Color Sergt Fendall Chiles, He Dine, Price Perains, Jas M Trico (alike dead,) P E. Jones, D A. Trico, Jos Sarpeni. Company E.--Wounded: W. R. Pendleton, D. Newcomb. Company H.--Killed: Lieut R B Strite H W. Orther Jas H Carter. Wounded: Capt Shear it Farns worth, E R Legg E S Russell. Company I.--Filted Colur-Serg C. W Cheshire, Geo. Buckland. Wounded; Lieut. Morchead, D. S Hessey, Juel Robinson, Wm Loy, F. Shingleton. Company B.--Killed: Lieut. P D. Sherrard, Owen Millerson, W. B Bird, John W. Washington. Thos Oferrull. Wounded Ord-serg J. A Hamuten, John F Wright, Thos Brooks, Jas Peer, Thos Pugh, issac Gibao
Thornburgh (search for this): article 14
'l N E Ligman, privates A Arwood, Jno D Hoke, John Hetrick, David Hoffman, Jacob Hoffman, (since dead.) Company. G, Capt. Flowers.--Killed R A. Hines, J. S. McLain. Wounded: Sgt Heartness, J. W. Hartness, J. W. Linney, Corp'l C. J. Deal, T F Murdoch, D E Campbell, M M Clary, W. L W Ellis, J Q Elder, J Gamt, S. N. Hines, J. W. Lackey, J. Wealey Lackey, J C Lackey, R C Lackey, W L Lackey, D M Mathicon, A V Turner, D A Wilson, J R Muldock, Capt Flowers, Lt Harrington. Company H. Capt Thornburgh.--Killed: N. H Crawford, A. M. Dorset, D N. Miller. Wounded: Serg't J L Andrews, Serg't T L Russell, Corp'l E T Kearns, A. C. Steed, T W Bell, A M Bell, P. W Garier, B. H Hopkins, James Howell, E. E Luck, Wm M Newby, A W Sanders, Jesse Scarlett, H. M. Tomliuson. Company I, Capt Megness.--Killed D. D. Hamrick. Wounded J. Childers, (since dead,) R. D. Hughs, E Macswain, Lt Bean, Corp'l D W Powell, Corp'l T. B. Hean, P. Green, W C. Hannack. M. Haines, G C Kilchen, C B Powell, J. C. W
, Jacob Frazier, Mercelins Pearce. Total killed, 4; wounded, 27. Report of casualties in the 38th regiment N. C. T., on June 26th and 27th. Col J L Hoke, wounded. Adj't Cowels, Company A, Lieut Armstrong, commanding — Not in action. Company B, Capt Cook, commanding.--Killed: Corp'l G W. Wheeling, Private Jas Stokes, Sr., Jno Grezart, J. Blackman. Wounded: Serg't H. B Brown, J A Boon, G C Poplin, A Grose, J. M Atwood, G D Halcomb; W M Carter, A S Hair, W Cook, J E Hutchins, A R Reese, R D Russell, D T Talley, W H Felts, L J Wells, W R Hains, John H Grose, C F Armstrong. Company C, Capt Wilson, commanding.--Killed: Privates L Gurley, O M Warwick, J S Britt. --Wounded: Serg'ts J W Walker, G L. Doughtry, Corpl's W T Sutton. W A Andrews, Privates R. R Jackson, R Cobb, W MeLamb, J. B. Cotton, R B. Stith, W. Brewer, S. W Sutton, J S Sanderson, M. Vaughn, W B Harlington, W. H. Pope, J. H Warwick. Company D. Capt Ashfort, commanding.--Killed: Lieut Jos W D
Thos J Overstreel, Wm W Bruce, Geo. W Keeton. Wounded severely: Capt J J Wanton, Privates W M Davis, Richard Irvine; slightly: Sgt Thomas L Smith, Private Wm J Downs, Private Juriah Menger, supposed to be mortally. Company G.--Killed: Private H Bobo and James McLure. Wounded severely: Capt George H Fulkerson, private John Teriot. Wounded slightly: Privates Wm Murray, Abe Hunter, and Sergt Dennis Collins. Company H.--Severely wounded: Serg't Baxter Summer, privates D O Summer, and Zach M Russell. Company I.--Killed: Private Martin Murray.--Wounded severely: Privates Martin Welsh, H Dallon, F Gillion, Thomas Drury. Wounded slightly: Capt J. W. Lambert, Serg't Edward Pirault, Wm. Baker. Company K.--Severely wounded: Serg't Solomon Dury, privates Darling Babers, J. T. Haynes. --Wounded slightly: Geo. Pliant, P. M. Stocket, and George Thomton. Killed, 15; wounded, 49. J. J. Shannon, Lt. Col. Comd'ing 16th Miss. Regiment List of Killed and wounded
y, Ord-Serg Yates, Thornhill, Lieut Moore, Lieut Almond, Serg-Major Tensil, T. P Barrel, T. P. Mays, ensign of the 7th, J. J. Bolling, John A Jenkins, Wesley Mannel, Ord-Serg Cooper, Lieut Estes, Lieut Fogg, Lewis Monroe, Daniel Bish, Josse Young. J. L. Kidd, Ayler, H. J. Wilburn, David Acres, B. P Meadows, Jas Monroe, L. A. Monroe, W. H McQueary, T. J. Mitchell, Ord-Serg H. Smith. Killed and wounded in 12th Virginia regiment, Co. Weisiger, in the action of 1st July. Company A, Capt. Waddell.--Killed: Privates H A Blanks, Jr. Wm A Graham, Robert E. Willcox, Wounded: Henry Fisher, T. F Alley, J. W Baylor. Company Lyon.--Killed: None. Wounded: Geo W. Dean, R. H Johnson. Company Bond.--Killed: None Wounded: Lieut Privates M D. Tatum, G F Hill, H V L F Ferkinson, Jos C Robinson, B A Lucy. Company Killed: Corp Nicholas Dawson. Company Banks — Killed: None, Wounded Lieut Sergt Jos Carr; Privates D A Bars Revan, J T Robinson, W A Shepherd. Company
ris, Sharp, Sharp, Stone, W Stanley, W H Turner. Missing privates Pierce, W H Alexander, W Alexander, B H Dudley, Lerer, Broadiway, Scofield. Co. I, (Wetumpka Light Guards.)--Killed: Color Sgt W M Due, Privates W E Lindsey. H C Tommy. Wounded: Lt L H Hill; Privates J E Carter, C K McMorris, B J Goss, W A Bensoo, L A Calla. Way, J R King, G A Jones, W Jefter, W M Teague, J. Skinner. D Price, G A Ready, Sgt J A Davis.--Missing: Privates Ben Bross, J O Banksion, J A Dison, Wm Loyd, John Lynch, Chas Law, J N Norwood, H J Norris. N A Rawis, J J Stoker. Co. K, (Mobile Rifles.)--Killed: Corp'l Wm. Lieut. Wounded: Sgt. Traylor, Corp'l McGuire, Privates Buford, Jones. Keeler, Closeby ), Moseby 69, Innerarity, Clark, Young. Hunter, Howard. Co. L. (Dixie Eagles.)--Killed: Privates J A Pipkins, W J Keener, G Hutson. Wounded: Lt Kennon, Sgt Martin; Privates C Delbridge, M W Dick, G Oliver, McKennon, Young, Patterson, Coggins, Greenwood. Missing: Privates Owens, Tillery.
Sgt Fitzgerald (search for this): article 14
D Raymer, L A Ranels, E Barkley, e May, J N Brotherton, J C. Turner, H T Johnson. Company D.--Killed: Private William Boyett.--Wounded: Privates H W Thompson, J B Lane, W J Roberts, R. W. Hugings. Company F.--Wounded: Lieut Simmis; Sgt Fitzgerald. Company G.--Killed: W H. Owen. Wounded. Sgt S L Sharke; Privates Jacob Wagner, p S Rose, Henry Turner, J H Whitlock. Company H.--Killed: Gorp'l J P Maiden, privates G W Burton, j M Mize. Wounded: Corp'l J O Smith; privates Dn Balivates Jas. Downs, C Humphreys, J. Schuber, Sullivan, and Hemlet. Company E. Capt. Stawps.--Killed: Privates Thos. Kirkland and J. Cline. Wounded: Lt. C. H. Cox, Privates H. Grace, N. Messenger, and Benjamin C. Collier. Company F. Capt. Fitzgerald.--Killed: Privates John Walters and Robt Neal. Company G, Capt. Dudicy.--Wounded: Serg't C. M. Stewart, Corp. N. B. Stewart, mortally, since dead: Private C M Stewart A. E. Williams, S. D. Williams, John Ransek, G, and F. Mitchell.
Redding. Company C. Capt. Brooks.--Wounded: Private V. Smith. Company D. Capt. Sims--Killed: Serg't W. C. Smith, privates E. B. Binnie and H. Mackell, Wounded: Privates Jas. Downs, C Humphreys, J. Schuber, Sullivan, and Hemlet. Company E. Capt. Stawps.--Killed: Privates Thos. Kirkland and J. Cline. Wounded: Lt. C. H. Cox, Privates H. Grace, N. Messenger, and Benjamin C. Collier. Company F. Capt. Fitzgerald.--Killed: Privates John Walters and Robt Neal. Company G, Capt. Dudicy.--Wounded: Serg't C. M. Stewart, Corp. N. B. Stewart, mortally, since dead: Private C M Stewart A. E. Williams, S. D. Williams, John Ransek, G, and F. Mitchell. Company I. Captain Gibson.--Killed: A. W. Waggoner. Wounded: Lt. Martin, Privates J Corgan; W. R. Ratliff, E. P. Jones, Lynch, John Warmack, and — Ellis. Company K. Capt. Renfrow.--Killed: Private J Shellon. Wounded: Lt. Foster, badly; privates R. Bottoms, J. Dausby, J. Noland, A. Miller, C. K. Martin and M. Tucker.
Company E, Capt McRae, commanding.--Killed: Lieut M T. Covington, Privates Jas. T Bostick, M. V. B Covington. Wounded: Serg't A G Dawkins, privates H. H McCaskill, E Kelly, J Benoist, N. T Baldwin, K. M. Covington, C Crouch, M Chappell, W C Mitchell. Company F, Capt Yount, commanding — Wounded: Lts D. F. Roseman, J. Yount, A Deal, Corp'l N E Ligman, privates A Arwood, Jno D Hoke, John Hetrick, David Hoffman, Jacob Hoffman, (since dead.) Company. G, Capt. Flowers.--Killed R A. Hines, J. S. McLain. Wounded: Sgt Heartness, J. W. Hartness, J. W. Linney, Corp'l C. J. Deal, T F Murdoch, D E Campbell, M M Clary, W. L W Ellis, J Q Elder, J Gamt, S. N. Hines, J. W. Lackey, J. Wealey Lackey, J C Lackey, R C Lackey, W L Lackey, D M Mathicon, A V Turner, D A Wilson, J R Muldock, Capt Flowers, Lt Harrington. Company H. Capt Thornburgh.--Killed: N. H Crawford, A. M. Dorset, D N. Miller. Wounded: Serg't J L Andrews, Serg't T L Russell, Corp'l E T Kearns, A. C. Steed, T W Bell
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