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The Daily Dispatch: May 12, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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reston Guards, Capt. Fowlkee. Killed — Fred Shumaner, Wm. Keister, and J. G. Crews Wounded — C. H. Jones, severely in body; John Wygall, in shoulder; H. Farrish, in thigh; D C Hughes, neck; Boss Rocke, head; Fleming Roop, shoulder, slightly; J. E. T. Craig, shoulder; James Murdock, foot; B. R. Long, both hands. Company G. Home Guard, Capt. Otey. Killed — None. Wounded-- 1st Sergeant Jas. Franklin, jr, in arm, severely; Ed. A. Akers, shoulder slightly; M. M. Leckie, mortally; S. L. Moorman, hand; Vae Taliaferro, arm; Samuel Nowlin, head; A. W. Nowlin, thigh; Corp Jno Sumpter, arm; Jno Waller, shoulder, dangerously; Jno P. Goggin, hand; G. T Launder, twice in leg; Willey Campbell, in mouth. Company H., Jeff Davis Guard, 1st Lt. Herd. Killed — William M. Barks and James Reynolds. Wounded--Sergeant D. C. Wright, in arm; Jno Boland, wrist; Jno R. Davis, slightly; Jno Dar iel slightly. Company I, Rough and ready rifles, Capt. Jones. Killed--Sergeant R. F. Hump