The First Maryland regiment.
The following is pretty nearly a correct list of the casualties in the First Maryland regiment, during the late operations of Jackson
in the Valley
- Wounded--Lieut. Col. E. R. Dorsey, through shoulder.
- Company A.--Wounded: Capt Wm W Goldsborough, in the side; Color Corporal John B Taylor, severely; Privates Cyrus Butler, severely; Martin L Rider, in breast; James Lawson, left arm; Polk Mayberry, through ankle.
- Company D.--Killed: Lieut Nicholas Snowden; Privates Edward Beatly. --Berry.
Wounded: Sergeant H. Wells, dangerously; Corporal McIntyre, severely; --Simpson, severely; John Key, severely;--Ackler.
- Company E.--Wounded; Color--Sergeant Doyle, severely; Sergeant Wallace, dangerously; Color-Corporal Cole, severely; Privates Quinn, seriously; Wm Bannon, severely, Edward Lawn, severely.
- Company F.--Wounded: Sergeants Kennedy and Vogt; Private George Eisenburger.
- Company G.--Killed: Private Murphy.
Wounded: Privates Ryan and Wagner.
- Company H.--Killed: Wm Harris,--Sehley.
Wounded: Jos Farr mortally; W T Perry, mortally; Samuel Cridell, dangerously; Samuel Rogers, severely; Phillip Coakley, severely;--Colston, dangerously; Renney White, dangerously;--Guy, slightly.
- Company I.--Killed: Captain M. L. Robertson, Wounded: Lieutenant H H Bean, severely; G J Chapallier, J G Barber, L S Lancaster, color Corporal Frederick Groves.
In this connection we might add that the Maryland
Line including the First Maryland Regiment the Baltimore
Light Artillery, and First Maryland Cavalry, by order of General Jackson
, has been sent to Staunton
for the purpose of re-organization, where it will continue for ten days longer, when it will rejoin the gallant Jackson
As many Marylanders who propose joining have in vain inquired for the whereabouts of this regiment, we mention this fact.
In a general order
issued by General Ewell
, a few days since, he highly complimented the First Maryland, and directed that a ‘"Buck
's tail"’ should be fastened to their colors, in honor of the gallantry displayed by them in their engagement with the celebrated ‘"Buck
tail"’ regiment, of Pennsylvania
, on the evening of the 6th.