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The Daily Dispatch: July 27, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: August 31, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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e Echols Guard — were killed — and this probably embraces the entire mortality list among the officers. Lieut. Col. Gardiner, formerly Major in the U. S. Army, was severely wounded in the leg. Mr. Avery has kindly furnished us with a correct list of the killed, wounded and missing of the Oglethorpe Light Infantry, which we append. The company fought with desperation and suffered severely. Killed.--W. H. Crane, head; Julius Ferrill, face; George Butler, body; Bryan Morel body.; Thos. Purse, head. Wounded.--John A. Belvin, hip, severe; Frank Lenz, thigh severe.; L. Lipman, ankle, leg, and shoulder, severe.; Frank B. Bevill, breast, severe; James E. Carolan, hip, severe; R. Q. Baker, arm, severe; -- Estelle, arm, severe; -- Girardeau, face, severe; -- King, hip, severe; William Shellman, chin, slight; A. Holmes, wounded and prisoner; John Fleming, arm, severe; -- Rayzor, shoulder, slight; Martin, leg, slight; C. Hardwicke, leg, slight; Usena, leg, slight; J. Hunter, neck
The Daily Dispatch: August 31, 1861., [Electronic resource], County meeting at Savannah — acknowledgment to Virginia. (search)
ple of the Confederate States for their brilliant achievements on the field of battle. Resolved, That we tenderly sympathize with the fathers and mothers, wives and sisters of the noble dead, whose names, though written in blood, illustrate the brightest pages in our country's history. Resolved, That we here record our lasting gratitude to the noble men and women were Virginia for their tender and kind hospitality and care of our sick and wounded soldiers, to those from Georgia especially. Resolved, That our thanks are due, and are hereby tendered, to the ladies of Savannah, for their active energies and noble efforts for supplying the wants and ministering to the comfort of our patriot soldiers, and we bid them God speed in their providence for the soldiers' wants, for which they merit and shall receive our honor and protection. On motion of Hon. Thomas Purse, the meeting adjourned. Wm. Law, Chairman. John L. Villalonga, Secretary. Savannah, Aug. 19, 1861.