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you will find a report of the killed and wounded in my command. Respectfully, George T. McGinnis, Colonel Eleventh Indiana. headquarters Eleventh regiment Indiana, Fort Heiman, Ky., February 19, 1862. Col. M. L. Smith, Commanding Fifth Brigade: sir: In accordance with orders from your headquarters, I respectfully submit the following complete list of the killed and wounded of the Eleventh regiment Indiana volunteers in the battle of the fifteenth inst. killed. In Co. A, (Capt. Geo. Butler,) private Joseph H. Reeder. In Co. F, (Lieut. John L. Hanna commanding,) Corporal John E. Holland, private Andrew Head. In Co. H, (Capt. Joseph H. Livsey,) private John W. W. Parks. wounded. Co. A. 1,Corporal Charles F. Hall, severely. 2,Private Joseph B. McClain, dangerously. 3,Private Henry C. Duly, slightly. 4,Private Benjamin W. Roberts, slightly. 5,Private Charles Burman, Jr., slightly. Co. B. 6,Corporal Elisha Eudaly, slightly. 7,Private Delany R. Shipley, s