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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Wee Nee volunteers of Williamsburg District, South Carolina, in the First (Hagood's) regiment. (search)
ant Blum), and private Jervey shot one down. We restrained the men no longer, and firing, which now began on the left of the battalion, extended towards the right. The enemy were very near us, but owing to the thickness of the woods very few of them could be seen. Their fire was in the direction from which ours first came, and consequently was concentrated to a great extent on Company B. In a very few minutes Lieutenant Grier, Sergeant F. Lanneau, Jr., and two men, were killed. Lieutenant Samuel Burger and nine men were wounded, some of them mortally. Two in Captain Sellers' company were also wounded, Lieutenant F. J. Lesesne, of the Ripley Guards, was grazed by a ball, and Private Walters, of the Wee Nees, had his gun shot through. Sergeant Horton, of the Yeadon Light Infantry, was slightly wounded. (I very much regret my inability to give the names of all the private soldiers killed and wounded.) There were no casualties in any of the other companies of the battalion. Our fi