Among the wounded were Lieuts. John C. Talbert
, Robert P. Tondee
and M. H. Marshall
. Lieut. John B. Pickett
, Company I, was complimented for bravery in advancing beyond the lines during the hottest firing to ascertain the true position of the enemy.
Capt. A. McC
commanded the Second in these battles, and reported a loss of 2 killed and 53 wounded out of 163.
The Fifteenth lost 6 killed and 54 wounded.
reported the gallant conduct of the Eighteenth Georgia, which lost 19 killed and 114 wounded, mentioning Col. W. T. Wofford
as conspicuous for bravery.
Lieut.-Col. S. Z. Ruff
and Maj. J. C. Griffis
fell severely wounded while nobly discharging their duties.
On the 29th the regiment captured a number of prisoners and the colors of the Twenty-fourth New York, Private Northcutt
, of Captain O'Neall
's company, tearing the colors from the hands of the wounded Federal soldier who refused to yield them.
On the 30th the regiment, with the Fifth Texas and Hampton
's legion, routed and captured the greater part of the Fifth and Tenth New York, the Eighteenth passing over a battery of four guns in its triumphal progress and capturing the colors of the Tenth New York.
Advancing upon a second battery, the regiment was subjected to a flank attack and was withdrawn.
, the daring colorbearer, was shot down before the second battery, as were also Sergeants McMurry
Among the killed were Lieuts. S. V. Smith
and E. L. Brown
The official records contain very meager references to other commands, but the part taken by Georgians in this very important campaign, which relieved Virginia
of invasion and transferred the field of battle to Maryland
, was indelibly written in the general casualties.
The report of Medical Director Guild
shows that the heaviest loss of killed and wounded in any brigade of the Confederate army on Manassas plains in August, 1862, was that of Anderson
's Georgia brigade, 62, and