and George F. Todd
and Lieut. Thomas F. Churchill
were mortally wounded.
In A. P. Hill
's report of the campaign, mention for conspicuous gallantry is given to J. N. Williams
Nineteenth Georgia; and Captain Wright
and his cavalry company of Cobb
's legion (acting as escort) are referred to as being of great service and making a gallant charge on one occasion.
The losses of Georgia
infantry (not including artillery and cavalry) in these battles were 3,708, about one-sixth of the aggregate loss of the army, as reported.
Of the Georgia
artillery commands, Lane
's battery of Lieutenant-Colonel Cutts
' Sumter battalion lost 2 killed and 7 wounded at Malvern hill
The Troup artillery lost 4 men wounded.
None of the Georgia
cavalry commands was actively engaged directly with Lee
's infantry during the Seven Days.