ia volunteers, at the battle of Malvern Hill, July 1, 1862.
Company A. Captain Townes reports all of his men as having fought bravely and well, particularly private George A. Finch.
Company B. Company commander absent.
Regimental commander reports all as having fought bravely.
Sergeant W. T. Atkins, and privates Green, Jones, John Arthur, James Dunn, and George J. Shelton, as worthy of especial mention.
Company C. Lieutenant Anderson reports all as having behaved well--Sergeant J. J. Cassada, Color-Corporal William Bohannon, privates R. L. Sneed, A. M. Simpson, Alexander Prewett, Benjamin H. Lewis, Eli J. Lewis, specially.
Company D. Lieutenant Herndon reports all as having behaved so well that he cannot make distinctions without doing injustice.
Company E. Captain Tyree severely wounded and absent.
Lieutenant Knight, now commanding, reports all as having fought bravely, except one or two, and reports Sergeant Miller, privates John T. Brown, John Davis, Hillery Bo
thigh; H C Hankins, right shoulder, severely; T W Dodd, left arm; W E Robertson, in shoulder, slightly; C W Rigney, right shoulder, severely; J Collins, left knee, severely; W B Craddock, arm; Caleb Adkins, shoulder, severely; J W Allen, breast, slightly; J L Gregory, thigh, severely; R F Hankins, foot.
Company C--Capt. Grubbs commanding. Killed: Sergt J. M Norman, Wounded: J. E. Richardson, hand; J. R. Payne, arm; J. B. McCormick, thigh; F. W. Bryant, shoulder; O F. Cassada, arm; Lt. J. J. Cassada, though body, dangerously; J. T. Meeks, side and head.
Company D--Capt. Hundon commanding. Killed: E. B Oakes.
Wounded: M. A. Inmon, side, severely; J. F. Gregory, left leg; L. Payne; shoulder; J. H. Walker, leg; H. Powell, thigh broken; Sergt Jas. Booker, thigh severely; Sergt. Jno. Booker, through breast, severely.
Company E--Capt. Tyree commanding. Killed; H. S. Ashby; W. Hawkins.
Wounded; Sergt. J. T. Shackleford, leg and arm; R. H. Gaines, neck; S. H. Hardy, finger off;