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Butler Guards. --The following is a list of the officers and members of the Butler Guards, of Greensville, S. C., right flanking company attached to Col. J. B. Kershaw's Regiment S. C. Volunteers, now in camp at Richmond. Va., Officers.--A. D. Hoke. Captain; R. C. Pulliam, 1st Lieut.; G. E. Elford, 2d Lieut.; A. Isaacs, 3d Lieut.; Wm. P. Price, 1st Sergt; O. A. Pickle, 2d do; Jno. M. Jones, 3d do.; Jno. L. Turner, 4th do: Jno. A. Jennings, 5th do: Wm. Holland, 1st Corpl; Wm. T. Shumate, 2d do ; Henry G. Ingram, 3d do; John H. Goodlett, 4th do.; Jacob Cagle, 5th do.; Jean L. Mauldin, 6th do.; Rev. T. S. Arthur, Chaplain. Privates.-- Geo. T. Anderson, Randolph Bacon, Augustine Bacon, E. Frank Beacham, O. Earle Bowen, Henry C. Burn, Jos. Carson, John M. Carson, S. J. Carpenter, Wm. D. Chandler, John W. Chandler, Samuel C. Clyde, Frank Coxe, Abner Carlton Monteville Cooper, Samuel Davis, William Divver, James Divver, R. Furman Divver, Saml.J. Douthit, Thos Q. Donaldson, A.
and S Smith. Seventh Company.--Private Jesse Pennington. Eight Company — Capt T A Perry, Corpl J M Drew, Privates B Lauter and J Plane. Ninth Company--Corpl L M. Gresham, Privates A C RobCorpl L M. Gresham, Privates A C Roberts, J H. Peeples, J E Tacker, and J B Carson. Tenth Company--Privates N Wilson, J T Bryant, J L Long, and Thos L Blanton Eleventh Company.--Privates F Burns and C S Shippey. Wounded. therland, leg; Ausin Woody, hip; H H Hughes, hip and arm; L Walker, foot and arm. Company E.--Corpl R P Ferguson, mouth, badly; Privates D H Byers, arm, do; G Eastin, arm, slight; J Y Flynt, hand ded Lieut.-Col. David G Godwin, by being thrown from his horse. Capt. Mason's Company.--Corpl C H Winfrid, wounded in the hand; Private B Turner, leg, slightly. Capt Vermillion's Compan regiment. Capt. Peebles's Company — Privates W H Hite, wounded; E Temple, back of the neck; Corpl T L Wilkinson, breast, severely. Capt. Boisseau's Company.--Private A Gilman, wounded.
t C Howe, W S Davenport, D Sueman, S B Abercrombie, H A Hicks, J N Mores. Wounded: Lieut E M Gorel, Lieut W A Waller, Sergt F C McKelthen, Sergt J O Hardwick, Corpl J McFaddin, Corpl H E Selson, Corpl R D Caldwell, Privates J A Allen, P D Cloywell, John Gibson, P H Hall, J M Hall, J M White, W F Cowper, J B Finnigan G O ClisbyCorpl H E Selson, Corpl R D Caldwell, Privates J A Allen, P D Cloywell, John Gibson, P H Hall, J M Hall, J M White, W F Cowper, J B Finnigan G O Clisby. C H Whitten, A B White, G B Stone, Thomas J Hinkle, D S Rice, J M Oliver. Missing: G W Bush, W W Creath, J Phetand, V H Johnson, W J Staggers. The above is a correct list. J. W. Burton, Lieut. commanding Company E, Sixth Regiment Alabama Vols. Casualties in co. A, Gardes Lafayette, of Mobile, Ala., (12th Ala. Corpl R D Caldwell, Privates J A Allen, P D Cloywell, John Gibson, P H Hall, J M Hall, J M White, W F Cowper, J B Finnigan G O Clisby. C H Whitten, A B White, G B Stone, Thomas J Hinkle, D S Rice, J M Oliver. Missing: G W Bush, W W Creath, J Phetand, V H Johnson, W J Staggers. The above is a correct list. J. W. Burton, Lieut. commanding Company E, Sixth Regiment Alabama Vols. Casualties in co. A, Gardes Lafayette, of Mobile, Ala., (12th Ala. Regt.) Killed: Sergeant Charles Rominger, pri.
o. Company H.--Killed: Capt J H Damin, Lieut C F Ryan, Corpl S M Haney, Privates T Flankenthip, M F Dement, Thos Duon, W, "Durant Rifles," Capt Vawter. Killed: Sergt P O Wallace; Corpl R S Sproles, Privates Z Blackman, R M Robinson, W E Cheathag: Private O C Key. Company B, Capt Buchanan--Wounded: Corpl P G Braddock, in the leg, Privates J N Cotton, since died, ohn Carr, R Wilson, T B Bennett. Wounded: Lieut E H Acker, Corpl W D Bennett, Privates W D Acket. W B Bennett, R H Bradley,x, H Kelley. Missing: Sergt Kohler, T V Green, Thos Green, Corpl J H Wilson. Total killed, 3; wounded, 15; missing, 4--23. pt Phinney.--Killed: Capt J M Phinney, 1st Sergt J W Sloun, Corpl S T Camack, Privates W A Allison, J Powell, P N Powell, J J Melton, do; Lieut M Bries, slightly; Color Sergt J W Rabb, Corpl W D McKinstry, Privates R S Alken, Peter Bird, B F Boulware McCullough, R M Fortman, and H C Floyd. Wounded slightly: Corpl J H Fulmore; Privates W S Allen, R M Barrow, D Keels, J A M
ounded: 1st Sergt W. T Dahart, Corpl F. O. Darbans, Privates S. L. Hilton, N. B Simpson. L. G. Adkins, L. H. Finch, P. Bouldin- 7. Missing: None. Company B--Killed: Sergt G. W. McMcil, Private W. D. Bradley--2. Wounded: Sergt C. C. Harper, Corpl John P. Lyon Privates Wm. Bowlas, Josiah Bowsman, W. P. Claiborne, J. E. Harrison, Josiah W. Tegi, L. E. Inge, J. A. Maiden, J. A. Larure--10 Missing: None. Company C.--Killed: Private E. C. Vaughn--1. Wounded: Lt. G. W. Welker, Serg't B. Hapt. J. P. Poludex'er.--Killed: Private M. Forney. Wounded: Privates J. T. Ellis, leg. severely; J. W. Puckett, arm, severely; J. Hayes, face, slightly; E. G. La Prade, face, slightly. Company K, Captain Chas Bruce.--Killed: None. Wounded: Corpl R. B Wilkins, shoulder, severely; Color Corp'l T. A. Faulkner, severely, thigh, and missing; privates H. Palmer, thigh, severely; J. McKahn, leg, severely; M. Bowin, hand, slightly. Capt Martin's company, St Bride Artillery, temporarily atta
Missing: Privates T J Ralle, M D Allen, T H Hawkins. Company D.--Killed: Corpl E J Pool, Privates A C Thrasher, M Perkins, D H Jones. Wounded: Capt Jas. M Crow, slight; Lt Jas. W. Wilson, slight; Color Corpl J E Beauchamp, Privates D C Hendrix, J Marcella, F M Young. Company E.--Killed: Corpl Graves, Privates Russell, Martin, Cart Wounded severely; Lieut. John Hart, Corpl Co Privates Rothall, White, Carroll, Gassamay, Tackett, Barnett, House, Weatherby, Booker, Thomas, McKinze. Missing: Privates Johnson, Venable. Company C.--Killed: Capt. E Y Hill, Corpl H W Whitaker, Private J L Lide. Wounded: Privates A J Mille, mortally; J S Knoghtly; Francis Chiner, slightly. Company E, Capt. John R Career — Wounded: Corpl J A Tavener, badly; Sergt Wm Moon, slightly; Corpl Richd Marshal, badly; Privatut E L Fant. Wounded: Sergts E M Herrington, slightly; John N Garrison, badly; Corpl L M Lawrence, slightly; Privates C W Farr, badly; Wm Legg. badly. Rev. Geo.
mpany A.--Killed: Serg't Henry Bunn, priv't Latham. Wounded: Lt Henry Harding, Serg't Jas Hall, Corpl J B Williams, privates Jos Dodson, Wm H McGaiggan, John Hockaday, N O Luck, R Corsey. Wm T Hart in leg; Lieut E Brockenbrough, in leg arm; Lieut Thos Jones, slightly in head; O S T D Ficklin, Corpl R L Reynolds, Jos P Mitchell, severely; J Mealy, Ro Hall, flesh wound; John G Leland, S Rockwellng, H Purcell. Company F. Killed: Privates N T Cockrill, Wm Jones. Wounded: Corpl Wm Flint, Corpl L W Moore; Invates W H Covington, T W Eskridge, L W Haynie, Jos Hall, L Jones, Jas Jones, T Morr Sergt J D Sanders, priv'ts T J Jay J J Segmor. Wounded: Capt M L Stewart, face; Cor H W foot; Corpl F H Black, leg; J R Hodd, side; W A Davis, thigh and arm; Privates D A Ballard, hip; Geo. Craiz,Killed, 3; wounded, 12; total, 15. Company K.--Killed: Priv G W Goff. Wounded: Lt J H George, Corpl W H King, Corpl Thos B Balland, Privates Peter Casey, J B Cook, J J Cook, Robert H Griffin, H C
The Daily Dispatch: July 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of casualties in the recent battles before Richmond. (search)
E Nimmo. Company G, Capt Owens.--Killed: Corpl T B Braithwaite; Private Lewis Meyers. Woundeany H, Capt Lewellen.--Killed: None.--Wounded: Corpl B Mitchell; Private Wm. Mann. A list of t --Wounded: Serg'ts J W Walker, G L. Doughtry, Corpl's W T Sutton. W A Andrews, Privates R. R Jacklightly wounded: Sergts R. E Cobb, J F. Maull, Corpl E W Nobles, Privates J W Cox, J. J. Howell, J . Wrenn; Sergt. E. L Houston, Corpl B. Branch, Corpl T Camber, privates F. Eard, W Steelerd of Hodgburn, W. c. Round. Wounded: Lieut. W C Davis, Corpl W W Shero, Corpl W A Kylo, D A Bell, J H Delanot, T R Morris. Company G.7#x2014;Killed: Corpl A P Lindsay, Privates L A Calahan, J L Grier, J C Brown, Copl S A McCormies, Corpi N leggit, Corpl R P. James. Wounded: Lt G W Mocey, privates Jdlove, Captain C J Bryan, Lieut E A Etherhige, Corpl D F Wright, W B Holt, Jno R Hartis, Otis MonaccLangidin, Capt J W Chester, Sergt Stephenson, Corpl J M Coleman,--Bridges, Jno Burton, W Hamaling.[3 more...]
The Daily Dispatch: May 13, 1863., [Electronic resource], List of Casualties in the battles near Fredericksburg. (search)
st of Casualties in the battles near Fredericksburg. Casualties in the Washington Artillery battalion, of New Orleans, at Fredericksburg, May 3d: first company--Killed: Sergt W H West, corporal T J Lutman, private J H Florence wounded: Corpl C a Everett. Prisoners: Capt Squires, Lts Owen and Galbraith, Sergt Hardie, Privates Alsohook, Berthelot, Bogent, Tellowes, Hanly, Harris, McCormick, Micose, Myers, Phelps, E Peshand, C Peshand, Florence, Siebault Turner, T S Turner, Vincent, Eshman Hock, Kennedy, Ryerson Smith. Second company--wounded: Lt Derussy, Privates Kirk and Coln. Prisoners: Privates Summers, Coleman, Giffern. third company--Killed: Corpl R P many. Wounded: Privates Adams and frank. Captured: Sergeant Handy, Privates noble and Dicks. Fourth company--Killed: Corp'l Lewis. Wounded: Corp'l Valentine, Privates Callahan and Anderson. the 1st company lost one Napoleon and one 3 inch rifle gun; the 2d company lost one 12 pounder Howitzer; the 3d
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