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The Daily Dispatch: June 11, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: May 23, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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R. H. Dooley, Jno Feazle, G. W. Freeman, Wm A. Jones, Jno Whorley. Wounded: Lieut J. T. Thomas, 4th Lieutenant G. L. Legburg, 3d Serg't Jno P. Wingfield; privates J. T. Arrington, C. R. Booth, J. Bowyer Thomas Bush, J. A. Eubank, J. E Foster, J W Fuquay, J W Lindsay, S. T Marshall, Thomas McClary, O. W Morris, Moses Pierce, T. A. Pendleton, George St Clair. J C Stiff, Jno Wade, Moses Waldien, Samuel Waldron, S Welch. Captain Alex Jordan's Company.--Killed; 4th Corp'l W. A Carnes; privates C. Hatcher, P C Jeter, W H White. Wounded; 3d Lieut John M White 1st Serg't A. L. Hambuick 21 Corp'l H. A. Black; privates A G Angel, R. C. Fuqua W. B. Freeman, E. M. Hodgers, W. H. Stiff, Jas Smith, R. P. Gray, J. F. Wheat. Capt John H. White's Company, Accomac Refugees.--Killed: 2d Lieut J. R. Hermanson; privates F. A. Dillaha, G. S. Russell. Wounded: 1st Serg't J. T. Fosque, 2d Serg't S. S. Bird; privates S. Barnet, J. W. Harrison, S. Keliam, W. H. Smith, W. H. Terry, L. T. Wessels.
s near Petersburg, on the 16th and 18th May: Co. A--Killed: A. C. Dabney. Wounded: Wm M. Wise, foot amputated, John Robinson, slightly in foot; A Isaacs, severely in face; Sergt Jas Williams, slightly in side; A Wilson, in head. Co B — Samuel Webb, wounded slight in knee, Co C — Wounded: Lieut Jas. D. Davis, severe in thigh; Corpl W. P. Jefferson, severe in side. Co D — Killed: Geo. Bruce. Wounded: E. F. Shiflett, slight in face. Co F — Killed: S. D. Parker. Wounded: Sergt S. S. Bird, slight in ankle; P. O. Twyfort, slight in foot. Co K — Wounded: E. M. Ferrill, slight in knee. Twenty sixth Virginia Regiment--The following is a correct list of casualties in the 26th Virginia regiment, Gen. Wise's brigade, in the fights of the 8th, (at Nottoway Bridge,) 16th, and 18th May: On the 8th--Company C, Captain N. B. Street--Killed: Private Ben Boughton. Wounded: Private W. Smither, slightly in shoulder. Company D, Captain James T. Owens.--Wounded: Serg