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The Daily Dispatch: October 29, 1861., [Electronic resource], Vice President Stephens and the hospitals. (search)
— I killed, 1 wounded. Company C, Capt. O. R. Singleton. Killed--Private Frank Clark. Wounded--Private John Devine, seriously; N. H. Saunders, slightly; Willis Haddox, slightly; Geo. C. Short, slightly. Total--1 killed and 4 wounded. Company D, Capt. C. F. Hamer. Killed--Capt. F. W. Mobley, W. E. Carol. Wounded--Lt. F. Bostick, seriously; Privates Arthur Gary, slightly; James M. Kincaird, seriously; John T. Morris, mortally. (since died;) Patrick McNeelees, mortally; J. S. Riley, do.; Jas. Rosson, do.; Thos. Wilson, do., (leg amputated;) Joel Wolfe, slightly; Isaac Young, do. Total--2 killed and 10 wounded. [Note. Five of the above wounded have since died at the hospital.] Company E, Capt. Welborne. Killed — None. Wounded--Private A. Martin, mortally; Ord. Sergt. A. G. Brock, arm shot off; Private W. H. Harris, slightly; W. E. Hamblin, do.; Capt. Welborne, slightly, (shot in the neck.) Total--5 wounded. Company F, Capt. Gerald. Killed--Pri