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The Daily Dispatch: May 31, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 34. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Historical memorial of the Charlotte Cavalry. (search)
., July 7, 8. Williamsport, Md., July 14. Lieut. D. Shepperson killed, Jno. P. Marshall wounded and died, Capt. E. E. Bouldin wounded, Andrew Hannah killed, William H. Woods wounded. Shepherdstown, Md., July 16. Chester Gap, Va., July 21. Brandy Station, Va., August 1 to 11 Adjt. B. C. Bouldin killed. Kelly's Ford, Va., August 2, 3. Little Washington, Va., August 24. Sperryville, Va., August—. Under Gen. Jno. Echols. Droop Mountain, W. Va., November 6. Sergt.—Maj. R. H. Gaines wounded, Thomas C. Harvey wounded. Greenbrier River, W. Va., December 12. 1864. under Gen. Jno. McCausland, opposing Gen. Hunter in his advance on Lynchburg. White Sulphur Springs, June 1. Covington, Va., June 2. Panther Gap, Va., June 4. Goshen, Va., June 6. Buffalo Gap, Va., June 7. Staunton Road, Va., June 8. Arbor Hill, Va., June 10. Newport, Va., June 10. Middlebrook, Va., June 10. Jas. R. Crews and Norman B. Spraggins wounded. Brownsburg, Va.,
, 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; R. M. Shelton, hip; M. T. Orrender, arm; B. B. Hall. thumb, slightly; J. H. Hardy, hand and hip; W. Hughes, leg, severely; J. A. Powell, two fingers off; J. J. Owen, finger off; L. D. Watkins, through body, dangerously. Co F — Lt Adkins, commanding.--Killed: W Saunders. Wounded: W P Roark, breast slightly; S M Carr, head slightly; S J Jones, leg; W Guthrie, through head severely; J B Moon, hand. Co G — Lt W J Carter, commanding.--Wounded: J A Moor
ursuit continued as far as Gaines's Mill. The enemy observing the recrossing of the Chickahominy came out from his second line of works. A brigade of infantry and a large number of dismounted cavalry attacked the divisions of Generals Gregg and Wilson, but after a severe contest were repulsed and driven behind their works. Gregg's and Wilson's divisions after collecting the wounded recrossed the Chickahominy. On the afternoon of the 12th the corps encamped at Walnut Grove and Gaines's Kill. On the forenoon of the 13th (yesterday,) the march was resumed, and we encamped at Rottom Bridge. The loss of horses will not exceed one hundred. All the wounded were brought off, except about thirty cases of mortal wounds, and those were well cared for in the farmhouses of the country. The wounded will not exceed two hundred and fifty. and the total losses not over three hundred and fifty. The Virginia Central Railroad bridges over the Chickahominy, and other trestle b