Capt. Lewis K. Harris, First Lieut. Jos. Jackson, Second Lieut. George Thompson, First Sergt. Oliver S. Plummer, Second Sergt. William Reeves, Third Sergt. Wm. H. Williams, Fourth Sergt. Solomon Harter, Fifth Sergt. James S. Bolander. Privates — David Murphy, William Jackson, Benjamin Mathews, Mathew Jellson, George W. Chenworth, J. W. Newman, Edward Harlan, S. B. Oneard, Enoch Fields, E. Lambert, J. Marshall, William Mattchet, Harlan Castle, J. F. Middleton, Abner Page, A. Grollet, William Cox, Cornelius Vannuyse, William R. Anderson, William Hayward, Moses Conklin, J. W. Clark, H. K. Jackson, J. F. Moore, W. H. Harris, E. Pedan, James Dunn, J. W. Jackson, M. Pinney, W. Little, H. M. Murphy, H. Lamb, Allen Crave, J. L. Lambert, G. W. Ross, W. Peaden, F. M. Cammack, Benjamin Ott, J. W. Hill, E. Clowgh, J. F. Ogborn, F. Frolghum, P. A. Scott, John A. Ruly, Robert Nickum, James P. Smith, William Keever, John Harnnes. List of wounded and sick.--Privates, wounded — William Clowgh, George Wm. Bush, James Peader, David Fist, Henry Lontz, Simon Jaseph, Jr. Sick — John C. Ruly, in hospital; Arnold Castle, at home. Missing, thirty-seven; wounded, six; sick, two; paroled, fifty-six. Total, one hundred and one. Company H, Captain Wilmington Wingett.--The company was recruited in Union County. Killed — Anslum E. Wiley. Supposed to be killed — Asa Winters. Wounded--Capt. Wilmington Wingett, slightly, paroled; Lieut. Wm. Mount, slightly, paroled; Sergt. Preston Cates, slightly, paroled; Sergt. Samuel Finch, slightly, escaped; Joel Combs, severely; Christopher Gibson, mortally; Jasper Havenridge, Joseph Kuhn, David McQuinney, Isaac Shafer, wounded and missing; Leander Ward. Missing — Bowers A. Abbott, Benj. R. Gray, Anthony Gavin, Henry L. Jones, Wm. L. Muchmore, Thos. Murphy, Samuel Price, Willis Stanton, Homer Stanton, Allen C. White, Geo. Ward. Paroled prisoners--Sergeant David M. Little; Corporals Wm. C. Morrison, John Cates, Benj. R. Hinchman, Robert Dare, Aloys Gyer; wagoner Benjamin F. Hughes; privates Charles H. Alvey, Samuel B. Bond, Peter R. Brown, Barnett Bright, John Barker, Wm. Clark, Elpathan K. Corey, Jacob B. Ferris, Benj. F. Herbert, John K. Harris, Samuel J. Hamrick, Wm. H. Johnson, Griffith C. Pentecost, John H. Rose, George F. Sample, Elzy Swain, Wm. S. Smith, Henry B. Trout, Jacob Van Vatter, Henry Williams, Abner Ward. Escaped — Sergts. C. W. Smith and Edward W. Yaryan; Corporals Wallace Stanton and Cyrus D. Cross; privates Wm. Brown, Thos. C. Brown, Caspar C. Christ, Martin Egan, John Egan, Enoch Heavenridge, James S. Haynes, Watson Jones, Martin John, Jas. John, Geo. H. Moffitt, Charles Messer, Peter Morely, Asa Maloy, James Perkins, George Pierce, William Porter, James L. Bigger, Webster Snowden, John T. Schiff, John R. Sumter, Henry G. Van Rensellaer, George F. Ward, John W. Winchell, John H. Yaryan. Summary — Killed, one; supposed killed, one; wounded, eleven; missing, eleven; paroled prisoners, twenty-eight; escaped, twenty-nine; wounded and paroled, three; wounded and escaped, one; wounded and missing, one.
To Laz Noble, Adjutant-General of Indiana:The undersigned would respectfully report the condition of company H, Capt. Kerr, Sixty-ninth Indiana volunteer infantry, as follows: Known to be Killed-- Third Sergt. James W. Munsum; privates David Lyons and Jas. Hurst. Known to be Wounded and Prisoners-- First Sergt. Jesse Holton; privates William Gilmore, Warren R. King, David Kline, John Rowman, (Eighth Corporal,) Harvey J. Wolf, Paris Larimore, William Moore, Ozias Barker, Jonathan Shepard, Thomas Goudy, Henry Low. Prisoners on Parole--Captain William Kerr; First Sergt. Jos. Senior.; Fourth Sergeant Gilbert Holman; Fifth Sergt. Enoch Abrams; privates Adam Ralls, Moses Billingsly, John H. Clifton, John C. Corbin, William Corbin, (Second Corporal,) Harvey Zimmerman, (Third Corporal,) Julius C. Burgoyne, (Fifth Corporal,) Charles Lair, (Sixth Corporal,) Henry Conaway, (Seventh Corporal,) George W. Murphy, Joseph Hoever, Rolan Clark, William Light, William McCoy, Thomas Cully, Elmore Davis, William J. Miller, William Woodberry, William Boggs, John Vansickle, Joseph Servings, George W. Turner, Ira Hudson, Alonzo Allison, William Pettigrew, Alex. S. Kerr, Franklin Priest, Isaac Summers, Ben. F. Clifton, Calvin Rail, William Halsted, William Stewart, (fifer,) John F. Farner, Thomas Moffit. Robert Northern, William A. Kerr, Wm. O. Kerr, Jesse B. Stevens, Adam Pettis, Wm. D. Hasper, Benj. F. Miller, Wm. H. Myers, Matthias Seegar, Jas. W. Lyons. Missing--Second Lieut. William G. Plummer; Second Sergt. Ed. D. Smith, left sick at home; First Corporal Thos. Ketcham; drummer Henry Riger; privates N. P. Talbott, Greenberry Talbott, John B. White, John Lindsey, Richard F. Clifton, James Clifton, John Shepard, Horatio Burgoyne, Larkin Cullins, Wm. Riger, Charles Billingsly, John H. Brin, John Conoway, John P. Hamilton, Jacob M. Davis, Benjamin Johns, Wm. Moffitt, Joseph McFerrin, John McFerrin, Joshua Small, John Strong, Wm. Stewart, James H. Smith, Isaac W. Cahill, Stephen Crandell, Jas. Heller, F. B. Cox, J. M. Stone, John Strong, Jacob Reynolds, left in hospital at Lexington, Ky.; Elijah A. Newland, do.; Lycurgus Cooley, do.; Martin L. Monroe, do.; Wm. Dane, do. Deserters — Israel Barker and Monuce Byrd.
Indianapolis Journal account.
A battle, yes, a terrible battle. No wise conclusions of street-corner generals, or holding or