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officers: Cols. M. S. Stokes, Gaston Meares, R. P. Campbell, C. C. Lee; Lieut.-Cols. Petway and F. J. Faison; Majs. T. N. Crumpler, T. L. Skinner, B. R. Huske. These were among the State's most gifted and gallant sons. The losses among the company officers were also heavy. During the progress of this great campaign, there was little fighting in North Carolina, for most of her troops were in Virginia, and the Federals around New Bern did not show much further activity. Some skirmishing occurred around Gatesville, Trenton, Young's crossroads, Pollocksville and Clinton. On the 5th of June, there was a collision of an hour's duration between the Twenty-fourth Massachusetts regiment, a few cavalrymen, and two pieces of artillery on the Federal side, and Col. G. B. Singeltary's Forty-fourth North Carolina regiment at Tranter's creek, near Washington. During this engagement Colonel Singeltary was killed. In these various actions the Confederate losses were: killed, 8; wounded, 17.