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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Wee Nee volunteers of Williamsburg District, South Carolina, in the First (Hagood's) regiment. (search)
ead; J. H. Young, slightly in head. Company D. Killed: Private R. Freman. Wounded: First Lieutenant P. B. Bethea, slightly in leg; Second Lieutenant M. L. Smith, severely in leg; Corporal G. Turbiville, severely in leg; privates G. Moore, slightly in arm; P. Turbeville, severely in face; M. Turbiville, stunned; M. Allford, stunned. Company E. Killed: Private J. Callahan. Wounded: Second Lieutenant V. Due, slightly in head; Second Lieutenant G. M. Lalane, severely in shoulder; Sergeant J. E. Prince, severely in wrist; Sergeant S. H. May, slightly in leg; Sergeant G. R. Dunn, severely in leg; Sergeant John McLeish, severely in ankle; privates M. Broderick, slightly in leg; H. Hodson, slightly in foot; John Martin, slightly in hand; L. Vocelle, severely in hand and hip. Company F. Killed: Private L. Shurlmite. Wounded: Second Lieutenant F. E. Shuler, mortally (died on the 19th); private O. S. Davis, mortally (died on the 17th); B. A. McIver, mortally in hip; J. E. Heaner, J.