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allwood, in the hips; Oliver Dean, left side slightly. One missing; name not known. Company K.--Killed: Ed Moxley, Drew, Henry Horn. Wounded: Sergeant L B Coleman in right arm, seriously; Corporal J Drew, right leg, slightly; Godfry Miller, through the lungs, mortally; G T Derreso in the head, seriously; S Scarborough, righ Privates A J Lumpkin, H T Shalock. Wounded. Lieut Tompkins, Sgts R J Bank right, L T Dear, G P Tucker, Corp'ls D T Starkey, W R Does, Privates T N Browning, W B Coleman, J R Dorn, Jno Jennings, A Martin, G T Palmer, W S Ritter, J M Self. Missing: W B Idson; J W Tompkins, S W Corley. Total killed, 2; wounded, 15; missing, 3 --20 H. A. Gailland, Adjt, 6th Regiment S C Vols. Casualties in Co. N., 47th Va Regiment, (Capt, Thos. N. Welch´╝ë Wounded: Wm Bruce, John Brown, Wm H Coleman, Wm Tombs, Robt M Garnett, John Long, James L Hanna, and Lieut E G Dejarnette. None considered dangerously wounded. Casualties in Co. A, 24th Va, Regiment,