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The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], Sudden death on
Pennsylvania Avenue
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rris, severely in hip; P Henry Cates, severely in neck and shoulder; Geo. T. Wilson, severely in mouth and shoulder; Fayette McClendon, slightly; Henry Harles, slightly; R. H Smith, slight; William Rooney, slight; C P De Shazo, slightly; Sergt A. J Cost, slight; T. F Wood, slight. Sixth South Carolina, Col. Wynder, about 350 men, under Lieut. Co'. Secrest. Co. A, Calhoun Guards.--Killed, none. Wounded, Wm. McFadden, seriously; Robt S. Wylie, seriously. Company B.--Killed, John G. Barbour. Wounded, A J Barnes, seriously; Jas Gladden, slightly; Wm. F Knox, slightly; D. Roddey, missing. Co. C, Buckhead Guards.--Killed, Sergt R. H. Morris, private Frank English. Wounded, Capt. Means, slightly in the arm; Corp. W. C. Byers, mortally; Corp. B. P. Allston, slightly; private, Zeb Mobley, leg broken, was left on the field; R. W. Bryce, slightly; . John Blain, slightly, B. W. Means, slightly; A. P. Syles. slightly; D. W. Hollis, severely. Co. D, Boyce Guards.--Ki