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The Daily Dispatch: July 1, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: June 27, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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. J. Williams, commanding, in the Engagement on Friday, June 27th, 1862. Company A, Lieutenant A. H. Hays, commanding.--Killed: Color Sergeant J Donnelly, Corperal D. Mitchell, and private D. Thomas. Morrall Wounded: Privates Wm. McGlivery, M Winters, and B McTurnan. Slightly Wounded: Lieut A H Hays, Privates J Lynelf, W Brown, A J Lefevre, and J Morrissey. Missing: Private F Kent. Company B, Capt. E B Moore com'ding.--killed: Sergeant Larkin, privates Jas Gorrin, Mike Percoll, Chas Riley, H Hulsey, Miles Cowan, and L yan Smith. Wounded: Corporal J Quinn, Privates P Connell, E Poteet, P Dromey, P Bodkin, J Coswell, B Green, John Green, John Jacobs, Thomas Ready. Thos McDonald. Missing: Private W Hogan. Company C.--Killed: Privates J A J Sloan, Wm. Montgomery, N C Graham M M Rodgers. Wounded: Sergeant H V Whitehead, privates J. Brunan, G R Bailey, Color Corporal R H Coleman, privates C F Davis, N M Garnett, B C Harrison, J F Windham, A J Watkins. Missing: Privates
the hands of the enemy; Wm J Morris, co I, 23d, wounded in the left shoulder; T J Shelton, of Patrick county, regiment not known; Josiah Bridgman, 37th, Washington county, well; David Thomas and Barnes D Colworth, 3d cav, well; Willie Godsey and Ben Morris, of Amelia, prisoners, well. Other States. A son of Mrs Annie C Robinson, of Richmond, Va, wounded May 12th, left thigh, died June 17; Hugh H Ward, co H, 7th La, Hays's brigade; Robt Toster, 10th La; Capt Lenmon, co G, 14th La, Chas Riley, 10th La, wounded in, back; Joel T Gramling, co D, 5th Florida, wounded in left shoulder; J E Gilbert, co D, 5th Texas, wounded in the left thigh; Willice Kennemer, co G, 12th Ala, left leg ampu'd above the knee; H P Moore, co F 4th Ala, alive and well; Willie Gibbs, 11th or 12th Miss, Poscy's brigade, right leg, amputated; S A J Creekmore, co C, Jeff Davis legion, Young's brigade, Hampton's cavalry, a prisoner, but not hurt; James Lorton, co I, 50th Va, died May 30th; J D Merchant, 8th La