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rporal C. Gilbert, and private Parker, company F, who fell upon the field, while bearing the colors, in advance of the regiment, during the charges made. Color-Corporals Watkins, Burlington, and Gregory were severely wounded, each in turn, as they grasped the colors. They were then seized by Lieutenant-Colonel Whittle, who was bamove slower. The colors were then taken successively by Color-Corporals Cornelius Gilbert, mortally wounded — since died — C. C. Gregory, John Bullington, and L. D. Watkins, all severely wounded. Private Churchwell Parker, company F, then took them, and was almost instantly killed. Lieutenant-Colonel Whittle then took the colors killed, whilst gallantly carrying the colors in advance of the regiment; Color-Corporal Cornelius Gilbert, mortally wounded, since dead, for the same; Color-Corporals L. D. Watkins, C. C. Gregory, and John Bullington, for gallantly bearing the colors, in turn, in advance of the regiment. Color-Corporal William Bohannon behaved ga