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The following are the names of the killed, mortally wounded and wounded in Company F, 26th Regiment, North Carolina Troops, Pettigrew's Brigade, at the battle of Gettysburg, Pa., July I-3, 1863, as reported to the Richmond, Va., Enquirer or Examiner, soon after the battle, by the Captain R. M. Tuttle, as he lay wounded in the hospital in Richmond:

We went into the battle July 1, 1863, with eighty-eight rank and file and three commissioned officers—the captain and two lieutenants —ninety-one in all. Every man was either killed or wounded, viz:

Killed on the field.

Lieutenant John B. Holloway.

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