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The Daily Dispatch: August 7, 1861., [Electronic resource], List of wounded men in General Hospital, Charlottesville, Va. (search)
rummer Benj. 1st Virginia cavalry, I — chin and side, severe. Culver T M, 4th Alabama, K — arm, slight. Curbon L J 7th Georgia, I — hand, not severe. Daniel J B, 13th Mississippi, F — leg, slight. Daniel Jno. 4th Alabama, C — head. Daniel L a, 4th Alabama, C — mouth. Davis E W, 8th Georgia, B — shoulder, sDaniel L a, 4th Alabama, C — mouth. Davis E W, 8th Georgia, B — shoulder, slight. day M V, 4th South Carolina. A — right side. Dawson W S, 4th Virginia, C — leg, slight. Corrough John a, 11th Mississippi, F — arm, not severe. doubt Jno, 5th Virginia, F — knee, severe. Douberley Henry, 4th Ala, B — chin, severe. Dunney--, 8th Georgia, head, died shortly after admission. Duke Tight flesh wound. Rhodes, J W H L — arm, not severe. Richardson H G, 4th Alabama, H — shoulder, severe. Robbins, Lieut 4th Alabama--leg, slight. Ross Daniel, corporal 1st Louisiana Battalion, E — knee, not severe. Rutledge G R, 27th Virginia--shoulder. Sergeant W, 27th Virginia, co
The Daily Dispatch: August 7, 1861., [Electronic resource], The twenty-seventh Virginia Regiment. (search)
y, and the rest sightly. Of the "Alleghany Roughs," J Milligan, M Quinline, and B P Stuart were killed, J P Holmes, John Karnes, J P Clarke, A H Read, M Alfred, V B Otey, S S Carpenter, Wm Branham, Wm Fudge, Jas Grady, C Lafarty. J T Baker, W D Pitzer, and J R Montague were wounded. The first five badly wounded, and the balance not dangerously. Of the "Alleghany Rifler," George Noell, Pat Manne, and Pat Conway were killed — David Gilbert, Thomas Holvin, Christopher Fry, Cadet J W Daniel. Thomas Rose, William A Dawson, and Jacob Landes were wounded; the first three severely, and the rest not dangerously. Captain S W Brown, of the "Greenbrier Sharp-Shooters," was the only one injured at all of the Company. He was badly wounded in the hand. Of the "Hibernians," an Irish company from Alleghany county, cadet C. R. Morris, John A. Hall, and John Ryan were killed — Pat. Quinn, Pat. O'Donnell, and D. A Wheeler, were dangerously wounded. Nine others were severely, but n
Colored fracas. --Daniel, slave of Cosby & Anderson; Booke, slave of Phillip Rabm, and Frank Anderson, free, were ordered corporeal inflictions yesterday for violating the peace and dignity of the Commonwealth by fighting in one of the streets of this city.