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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Wee Nee volunteers of Williamsburg District, South Carolina, in the First (Hagood's) regiment. (search)
privates G. Moore, slightly in arm; P. Turbeville, severely in face; M. Turbiville, stunned; M. Allford, stunned. Company E. Killed: Private J. Callahan. Wounded: Second Lieutenant V. Due, slightly in head; Second Lieutenant G. M. Lalane, severely in shoulder; Sergeant J. E. Prince, severely in wrist; Sergeant S. H. May, slightly in leg; Sergeant G. R. Dunn, severely in leg; Sergeant John McLeish, severely in ankle; privates M. Broderick, slightly in leg; H. Hodson, slightly in foot; John Martin, slightly in hand; L. Vocelle, severely in hand and hip. Company F. Killed: Private L. Shurlmite. Wounded: Second Lieutenant F. E. Shuler, mortally (died on the 19th); private O. S. Davis, mortally (died on the 17th); B. A. McIver, mortally in hip; J. E. Heaner, J. W. Wannamaker, severely in nose; E. Speigner, slightly in hand; R. Smith, slightly; C. Felder, slightly in ear, and S. Ott, slightly in head. Company G. Killed: Second Lieutenant G. H. Elliott, Corporal J. R. Kennerley,