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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 31. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.32 (search)
mas Dougherty, killed. J. B. Davis, wounded. E. D. K. Davis. William Davenport. John Dickenson, wounded. Nathan Easterly, killed. Soloman Engle, dead. Jesse Elliot, dead. Jackson Farmer, dead. Daniel Farmer. H. S. Fickle, wounded; dead. I. B. Fickle, wounded; dead. William Frick, dead. Isaac Faddas, dead. Andrew Ferrel. Soloman Fraly. Elihu Fields, dead. Dock Fraley, dead. Henry Fry, dead. Lilburn Fields. Charles Finery, dead. Lafayette Gilmer. E. D. Grey. John D. Grey, wounded; dead. W. S. Gilmer, dead. William Greyham. James Grey, dead. Arch. Grey. Morgan Gilmer, dead. Jefferson Howell, dead. Lilburn Hendrix, dead. Frank Horton, killed. John Human. J. J. Heneritzy. William Haney. William Hanson. W. R. Harry. Thomas Harris, wounded; dead. Jefferson Jessee, Sr., killed. Jefferson Jessee, Jr., dead. James Jessee, dead. Samuel Keller, transferred. Jerry Kelly, dead. He
A good haul. --The Abingdon Virginian says that after the rout of General Shields's column, at Port Republic, on the 9th of June, and during the pursuit in the ridges, William H. Fulier, John G. G. Davis, Lafayette Gilmer, of Captain John Duff's company, from Russell, and Charles Godsey and James Flecher, of Captain Wood's company, from Scott, all of the 37th Regiment Virginia Volunteers, came across a party of one Yankee Captain, eight, Lieutenants, and between forty and fifty non-commissioned officers and privates. Our party of five demanded the surrender of the Yankees, Fuller at the same time calling to the Colonel to hurry up the regiment. There was no Colonel nor regin sent near, but the ruse had its desired effect, and this party of between fifty and sixty Yankees, officers an men, surrendered, and were marched in by five Virginia soldiers.