Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Sergeant Joseph Bock” in chapter 1.13 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26.:

...g fight near Bolan Church he would be entitled to the highest praise. He still survives; resides in Charleston, and is richly entitled to the well done of the community. The other two guns, under Sergeant Joseph Bock , acting lieutenant, remained in position at Bee's Creek, and the surplus men were equipped as infantry, under Lieutenant T. W. Bolger, as a support for the guns there. Captain John T. Kanapaux rema...
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