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Patrick Cavanaugh (search for this): chapter 9.82
e, arm. Privates W. H. H. Day, Company L, slight, hand; J. W. Graver, Company L, finger off; J. Day, Company L, slight, foot. Missing--Sergeant John Perry, Company F. Privates Riley Morris, J. L. Pumphrey, S. M. Shiplett, J. Stinespring, M. Stimbock, Company C; John Kelley, Company G; J. Leptrap, Company H; J. Hansberger, William Ruebush, Company I. Twenty-seventh Virginia infantry. Killed-None. Wounded-None. Thirty-third Virginia infantry. Killed-None. Wounded-Private Patrick Cavanaugh, Company E, severe, hip. Recapitulation.  Officers.Men. Killed,-3 Wounded,119 Missing,-10    132 Headquarters Stonewall brigade, June 16, 1873. Major,--In obedience to circular of this morning, I have the honor to report the following list of killed, wounded, and missing in this brigade in the recent operations around Winchester: regiments.killed.wounded.missing.Total loss.remarks. Officers.Enlisted Men.Officers.Enlisted Men.Officers.Enlisted Men. Second Va. Inf
our left and rear. After a while I was informed that the ammunition of the Tenth Virginia was all expended but one round held in reserve, and that the other two regiments of my brigade had only a few rounds left; also that the ordnance wagons were behind, and after sending repeatedly, I found it impossible to get more ammunition. Several attempts were made by the enemy to carry the bridge, and almost all the cannoneers of the piece placed there were killed or wounded. The gallant Lieutenant Contee was also wounded, and I must here mention the gallant conduct of Lieutenant John A. Morgan, First North Carolina regiment, who, with Private Owens, of the Maryland artillery, and some occasional assistance, manned the piece most effectively, driving the enemy back from the bridge at a most critical moment, as the regiments near, from want of ammunition, were unable to render any assistance. Up to this time my brigade (with assistance from the artillery) had alone sustained the attack
n line of battle on the right of the road, and on the right flank of General Stuart's brigade. At this juncture, Captain Douglas, of Major-General Johnson's staff, informed me that the whole of my command was needed on the right. I directed Captain Arnall, of my staff, to recall the Fourth, Twenty-Seventh, and Thirty-Third Regiments from the left and bring them to the support of the Second and Fifth on the right. Advancing at once with the Second and Fifth Regiments through the fields in righunded. During the entire operations detailed above, the officers and men of the command behaved to my entire satisfaction, and not a single instance of misbehavior came under my observation. To my personal staff, Lieutenants Cox, Hunter and Arnall, I am indebted for their prompt and ready assistance during the three days operations. I have, Captain, the honor to be, Very respectfully, Your obedient servant, J. A. Walker, Brigadier-General. Captain B. W. Leigh, A. A. G. Johnson's
ing only a straggling and inaccurate fire. Pressing them back rapidly to the woods west of the road, they made no stand, but hoisted a white flag and surrendered to the two regiments before the others came up. Total number of prisoners taken by the brigade at this point amounted to 713 non-commissioned officers and privates, and eighty-three commissioned officers, six stand of colors, and arms, accoutrements, &c., corresponding to the number of prisoners taken. Among the prisoners was Colonel Ely, of the Eighteenth Connecticut, commanding the brigade; Colonel Wilson, 123d Ohio; Lieutenant-Colonel Nichols, Eighteenth Connecticut; Lieutenant-Colonel----, Twelfth Virginia, and two or three other field officers. The prisoners captured represented the following regiments: Eighteenth Connecticut, 123d Ohio, Fifth Indiana, Twelfth Virginia, and Seventy-Sixth Pennsylvania. Total casualties of the brigade on this day was three wounded. During the entire operations detailed above, the
James Fridley (search for this): chapter 9.82
our obedient servant, J. A. Walker, Brigadier-General. Captain B. W. Leigh, A. A. G. Johnson's Division. List of casualities in the Stonewall brigade in operations around Winchester 13th, 14th and 15th June, 1863: Second Virginia infantry. Killed-None. Wounded-Privates Asa Jenkins, Company E, finger, shell; Wm. Deane, Company F, leg, slight. Fourth Virginia infantry. Killed-None. Wounded-None. Fifth Virginia infantry. Killed-Privates Robert Wood, Company A; James Fridley, Company C; J. A. Elliott, Company I. Wounded--Lieutenant-Colonel H. J. Williams, thigh, severe. Corporals J. Ramsey, Company E, slight, knee; John Wallace, Company G, slight, back. Privates D. H. Blakemore, Company C, severe, wrist; A. H. Gay, Company D, severe, head; P. J. Hight, Company E, severe, in leg; R. F. Weeks, Company E, slight, in leg; P. C. Sherman, Company F, slight, in arm; J. Yago, Company F, severe, face; J. B. Gibson, Company G, slight, side; D. Wiele, Company I,
H. J. Williams (search for this): chapter 9.82
e hills, until the command reached a position opposite the point it was ordered to occupy, the Fifth regiment, Lieutenant-Colonel Williams commanding, was deployed as skirmishers and advanced in the direction of the town rapidly as possible. The reinst the right of the line of skirmishers compelling it to fall back and capturing ten prisoners. At this time Lieutenant-Colonel Williams, who had command of the regiment during the day, with activity, coolness and courage, was wounded by a musket Killed-Privates Robert Wood, Company A; James Fridley, Company C; J. A. Elliott, Company I. Wounded--Lieutenant-Colonel H. J. Williams, thigh, severe. Corporals J. Ramsey, Company E, slight, knee; John Wallace, Company G, slight, back. Privers.Enlisted Men. Second Va. Infantry   2  2  Fourth Va. Infantry       No loss. Fifth Va. Infantry 3116 1030Lt.-Co. Williams is the officer reported wounded. Twenty-seventh Va. Infantry      No loss. Thirty-third Va. Infantry  
d informed me that the rest of the division was moving on the Berryville turnpike and that it was intended that my command should follow. I immediately sent Lieutenant Hunter of my staff to find Major-General Johnson, and ascertain what I was expected to do. While he was gone, I ordered the left of my skirmishers to advance into W held the place. They advanced into the town and reported that the enemy had left and retired to their fortifications soon after dark. About eleven o'clock Lieutenant Hunter returned, having found the Major-General commanding, who directed me to follow the rest of the division on the Berryville road. Calling in my skirmishers asen of the command behaved to my entire satisfaction, and not a single instance of misbehavior came under my observation. To my personal staff, Lieutenants Cox, Hunter and Arnall, I am indebted for their prompt and ready assistance during the three days operations. I have, Captain, the honor to be, Very respectfully, Yo
Killed-None. Wounded-Privates Asa Jenkins, Company E, finger, shell; Wm. Deane, Company F, leg, slight. Fourth Virginia infantry. Killed-None. Wounded-None. Fifth Virginia infantry. Killed-Privates Robert Wood, Company A; James Fridley, Company C; J. A. Elliott, Company I. Wounded--Lieutenant-Colonel H. J. Williams, thigh, severe. Corporals J. Ramsey, Company E, slight, knee; John Wallace, Company G, slight, back. Privates D. H. Blakemore, Company C, severe, wrist; A. H. Gay, Company D, severe, head; P. J. Hight, Company E, severe, in leg; R. F. Weeks, Company E, slight, in leg; P. C. Sherman, Company F, slight, in arm; J. Yago, Company F, severe, face; J. B. Gibson, Company G, slight, side; D. Wiele, Company I, slight, side; J. H. Guy, Company K, severe, hip; Sergeant J. H. Roller, Company L, severe, arm. Privates W. H. H. Day, Company L, slight, hand; J. W. Graver, Company L, finger off; J. Day, Company L, slight, foot. Missing--Sergeant John Perry, Compa
Robert Wood (search for this): chapter 9.82
be, Very respectfully, Your obedient servant, J. A. Walker, Brigadier-General. Captain B. W. Leigh, A. A. G. Johnson's Division. List of casualities in the Stonewall brigade in operations around Winchester 13th, 14th and 15th June, 1863: Second Virginia infantry. Killed-None. Wounded-Privates Asa Jenkins, Company E, finger, shell; Wm. Deane, Company F, leg, slight. Fourth Virginia infantry. Killed-None. Wounded-None. Fifth Virginia infantry. Killed-Privates Robert Wood, Company A; James Fridley, Company C; J. A. Elliott, Company I. Wounded--Lieutenant-Colonel H. J. Williams, thigh, severe. Corporals J. Ramsey, Company E, slight, knee; John Wallace, Company G, slight, back. Privates D. H. Blakemore, Company C, severe, wrist; A. H. Gay, Company D, severe, head; P. J. Hight, Company E, severe, in leg; R. F. Weeks, Company E, slight, in leg; P. C. Sherman, Company F, slight, in arm; J. Yago, Company F, severe, face; J. B. Gibson, Company G, slight
rolina regiment, who, with Private Owens, of the Maryland artillery, and some occasional assistance, manned the piece most effectively, driving the enemy back from the bridge at a most critical moment, as the regiments near, from want of ammunition, were unable to render any assistance. Up to this time my brigade (with assistance from the artillery) had alone sustained the attack upon the front and right. Brigadier General Walker now came up on my right with two regiments of his brigade (Stonewall) and rapidly advanced in line of battle through the woods, towards the turnpike. The Major-General commanding being engaged in a different part of the field, I directed two regiments of Nichols's brigade to cross the bridge and attack the enemy's rear, which was passing. At the same time General Walker was pressing them on their right, and thus hemmed in, they gave way, and many were taken prisoners — about 1.000 by my brigade and the remainder by General Walker. Four stands of colors we
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