. Home Guard, Capt. Otey.
Killed — None.
Wounded-- 1st Sergeant Jas. Franklin, jr, in arm, severely; Ed. A. Akers, shoulder slightly; M. M. Leckie, mortally; S. L. Moorman, hand; Vae Taliaferro, arm; Samuel Nowlin, head; A. W. Nowlin, thigh; Corp Jno Sumpter, arm; Jno Waller, shoulder, dangerously; Jno P. Goggin, hand; G. T Launder, twice in leg; Willey Campbell, in mouth.
Company H., Jeff Davis Guard, 1st Lt. Herd.
Killed — William M. Barks and James Reynolds.
Wounded--Sergeant D. C. Wright, in arm; Jno Boland, wrist; Jno R. Davis, slightly; Jno Dar iel slightly.
Company I, Rough and ready rifles, Capt. Jones.
Killed--Sergeant R. F. Humphreys, and H P cobs
Wounded--Corporal S. A. Lee, in shoulder; Jas W. Barton, in breast, severely; Wm. Gutheridge, in face; Jas Glasseil, in arm; Jas G. Kemper, in thigh; John James, in leg.
Company K, Valley Ranger, Capt. A. M. Houston.
Killed--First Lieut Jas W. Martin, Richard B. Parker, and Ro Hudson.
reyson, in head; J T Groome, in foot; J W Harlow, in head and thigh.
Otherwise wounded, as far as yet heard from63
Those who were seriously wounded were left in the hospitals at Williamsburg, and are now in the hands of the enemy.
Elevenths Virginia regiment.
The following is a list of the killed and wounded in the 11th Regiment Virginia Volunteers, First Brigade:
Col. Sam Garland, flesh wound in arm; Adjutant J. Lawrence Meem, slightly in leg.
Company A., rifle Grays Captain Mitchell.
Killed — W. H. Lawrence, John H. Slagle, J. R. Raine, and S. P. Stuart.
Wounded-- First Sergeant J. C. Thurmen in thigh; Lieutenant P. B. Akers, in hand; Thos. S. Rec or, mortally; J. S. Delano hand; G. F. Weightman wrist; J. H. Tumer, body; J. F. Gooldy, mortally; Lewis G. Havbrook.
face; H T Cheatham, breast; H. S. Elam, mortally; J. M. Conley, slightly; E. S. Dinguid, accidentally injured.
Missing — W. J. Isa