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The Daily Dispatch: December 27, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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The Daily Dispatch: December 27, 1862., [Electronic resource], One of the enemy's "Rams" destroyed by torpedoes on the Yazoo river. (search)
List of Casualties. List of Killed and Wounded in the 4th Brigade, Commanded by Col. Bryan Crimes, near Fredericksburg: The North Carolina Troops — Killed; Privates J S Clark, co F, J H Bryan, col; W Garris, co D;.--Bradley, co A. Wounded: Private L Sills, co A, Lt J C. Gorman, co S, Serg't J J Forbes, co E Corp'l J C Winstead, co B; Private R Boyse, co R, Corp'l T C Bills co C Privates C Lesster co D; W Overman. co D; Serg't W A Thompsom, co E, Privates W Fowler, co J Bark, co E, Corp'l Blount, co F, Private J Peterson, co F; Corp'l Kenner, co G, Private J Rhodes, co G; Lt S Taylor, co L. Killed 4; wounded 16. 4th North Carolina Troops — Killed Capt. James Carter, co E; privates W. A Fenly, co A; J A Lasset, co F; M M co H Wounded; Capt W L Davidson, co A; privates J G Ingraham, L W Allen F M Morrison, and Corporal D C Hunter, co A, Serg't J A Cowen and private E L Graham, co B, Serg't J J Trentman Corporal R E privates E Bukley; J E Campbell, A Garrison