unded of this company, in the battle of Manassas:
Killed--Capt. P. N. Hale, Creed B. Hale and Josiah Winn.
Wounded — Wm. Waugh, Sidney Panter, Stephen K. Fielder, W. J. Cornutt, John K. Cornutt.
Hugh Clark, George Sage — Waugh and Fielder supposed to be dangerously wounded.
In a letter written two days after the battle, by Mr. Jno. Hale, he says that Capt. Hale, Creed B, Hale, and Josiah Winn, fell close by his side, and that Churchill Boyer, William Stone, Kenly Warwick, Kenly Cornutt and others, fought very bravely.
He says that their regiment (the 4th Virginia, under Col. Preston,) succeeded in taking the enemy's battery.
It was in that charge that those men fell.
They saw they were about to be flanked by the enemy and to charge the enemy was the best chance; which they did with great success.
He says that Col. Preston rushed up and mounted the battery and said, "well done my brave boys; the victory is ours" Col. Preston then turned two of the pie