Among the killed in Cabell
's brigade were Col. H. P. Johnson
(Maj. D. W. Jones
reported dead), of the Twentieth; Major Dowdell
, Twenty-first; Col. J. L. Daly
and Captain Lynch
, Eighteenth, and Captain Atkins
(whose horse was shot under him) and Lieutenant-Colonel Matheny
, Twenty-first; Colonel Dockery
, Nineteenth; Lieutenant-Colonels Dismukes
, Majors Williams
, and Captain Ashford
, commanding Rapley
's sharpshooters, were particularly distinguished.
also commended the bravery of his staff, Maj. John King
; Captain Balfour
; Lieut. Marshall Hairston
; his volunteer aides, Lieutenant Shepperd
and Mr. Templeton
, Captain Burnet
, chief of artillery
, and Lieutenant Hogg
, commanding Appeal battery.
The brigade loss was 98 killed, 223 wounded, 214 missing.
Gen. Mansfield Lovell
mentioned first among the regiments particularly distinguished the Ninth Arkansas, Colonel Dunlop
, which, with the Twenty-second Mississippi, was the main factor in carrying a fortified hill on the 3d.
This regiment, confronted by the enemy's intrenchments and artillery across a deep railroad cut, was the first in the works, according to Colonel Rust
, capturing one fine piece of artillery, the ‘Lady Richardson
But many fell, among them Capt. D. H. Norwood
and Lieutenants Kennebrew
, killed, and Lieutenants Kerr
Among the wounded of the Sixteenth Arkansas was LieutenantCol-onel Pixlee
On the 5th at the Hatchie bridge
, a strong Federal force cut off that line of retreat, and Moore
's gallant brigade, reduced to 500 men, was sent across the river with two guns captured at Corinth
to attempt to open the road, but they were swept away before Phifer
could come to their help.
The remnants of these brigades and Cabell
's, with the artillery under Burnet
, nevertheless held the