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The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], Sudden death on
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eld; R. W. Bryce, slightly; . John Blain, slightly, B. W. Means, slightly; A. P. Syles. slightly; D. W. Hollis, severely. Co. D, Boyce Guards.--Killed, J. M. Elliot. Wounded, none. Co. E. Chester Guards.--Killed, private, G. W. Breakfield; missing, supposed killed, Thomas C. Harden. Wounded, Capt. O. Harden, severely; Sergt. J. A. Sanders, slightly; private John Lucas, slightly Co. F. Chester Blues.--Killed, privates W. H. Abell, R. T. Johnson, J. McKewn, J. W. Smith, Sergt. Carruthers. Wounded, Sergt. Elliot, slightly; S. McAliley, slightly; privates Boyd, slightly; Lepsey, slightly Co. G, Pickens Guard — Killed, J. T. Coldwell, W. S. McDill. Wounded, Corp'l. L. S. Douglas, slightly; private M. R. Dye, slightly; S. M. Schouler, slightly Co. H, York Guards — Killed, 1st Lieut F. E. Moore, Corp'l W. T. Robinson, privates Thos J. Parks, H. P. Price, Samuel Hoffman. Wounded, Serg't J. N. Faires, mortally; privates, Wm. Hamilton, mortally; Wm. Crosby, severel