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F. E. Shuler (search for this): chapter 1.15
ted minister of the Christian church (a Mr. Wellon), in a spring wagon, looking for wounded men came up, and, with the assistance of Sergeant Izler, took me to the South Carolina hospital in Petersburg. As we were leaving the field we met Lieutenant Shuler, of Company F, in charge of some men who had gotten off the cars when we were on the way to Wilmington and remained temporarily behind to bid their friends adieu. The last order which I ever gave to any part of the regiment was that these 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
lds in Virginia. On the 13th day of April, 1862, Lieutenant R. A. Blum, then in command of Company B, Washington Light Infight Infantry (which was on this occasion commanded by Lieutenant Blum), and private Jervey shot one down. We restrained thefth South Carolina volunteers, under the command of Lieutenant R. A. Blum, was a part of the force in charge of the flank wallted his detachment and entered into conversation with Lieutenant Blum, expecting, probably, to be able to learn something ofthis occasion there was a perfect storm of shot and shell. Blum and Hayne were both killed by the same shell, and at the sahose fifty Georgians that day showed. We lost in Lieutenant R. A. Blum an officer who had no superior in the service. [Where issued forbidding any attempt to remove the dead. Lieutenant Blum's company showed their love for him by concealing his ina volunteers. The place made vacant by the death of Lieutenant Blum, of Company A, was filled by the promotion of the next
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, Color Corporal M. L. Austin; pr
Samuel Burger (search for this): chapter 1.15
ant Blum), and private Jervey shot one down. We restrained the men no longer, and firing, which now began on the left of the battalion, extended towards the right. The enemy were very near us, but owing to the thickness of the woods very few of them could be seen. Their fire was in the direction from which ours first came, and consequently was concentrated to a great extent on Company B. In a very few minutes Lieutenant Grier, Sergeant F. Lanneau, Jr., and two men, were killed. Lieutenant Samuel Burger and nine men were wounded, some of them mortally. Two in Captain Sellers' company were also wounded, Lieutenant F. J. Lesesne, of the Ripley Guards, was grazed by a ball, and Private Walters, of the Wee Nees, had his gun shot through. Sergeant Horton, of the Yeadon Light Infantry, was slightly wounded. (I very much regret my inability to give the names of all the private soldiers killed and wounded.) There were no casualties in any of the other companies of the battalion. Our fi
W. V. Stukes (search for this): chapter 1.15
m. Wounded: Sergeant E. W. Rush, slightly in hand; Privates P. C. Dobbins, by concussion; J. A. Carmichael, severely in hand; P. P. Hodgson, severely in thigh. Wounded and captured: Sergeant J. H. Fagin and Corporal K. Lamb. Missing: Privates A. Thompson and J. D. Murphy. Company K. Killed: First Lieutenant F. J. Lesesne, Corporal J. J. Ard, privates P. H. Lesesne, F. J. N. Dennis, J. D. Wilder, John Davis, J. G. Player, E. Ard, E. Browder, J. E. Cubstead, W. D. Duke, W. R. Byrdick, W. V. Stukes. Wounded: Second Lieutenant Charles Lesesne; Corporals S. Mitchum, severely in shoulder; W. E. Mitchum, slightly in arm; C. M. Matthews, slightly in thigh; privates J. H. Hodge, stunned; W. Byrdick, severely; W. W. Thorn, severely in hip; B. R. Ard, slightly; J. C. Hodge, severely in thigh; J. B. Tanner, slightly in thigh; S. Wilder, slightly. Casualties in the trenches near Drewry's Bluff on the 13th, 14th and 15th of May: Company A, Killed: Private John Hall. Wounded: Captain Ja
G. M. Howard (search for this): chapter 1.15
r Corporal J. W. Myers, mortally in abdomen; Corporal John Pritchett, mortally in abdomen; Corporal T. W. Ulmer, severely in temple; privates H. F. Dantzler, slightly in leg; H. Griffin, slightly in breast; J. Jones, slightly in breast; E. B. Stroke, slightly in arm. Company G. Killed: Sergeant J. E. Rast; private L. W. Jenkins. Wounded: Privates E. E. Inabinet, severely in leg; J. M. O. Holman, slightly; E. Ott, slightly in head; S. R. Hall, severely in leg. Company H. Killed: Private G. M. Howard. Wounded: Sergeant R. A. Horton, severely in hand; J. H. Pricket, slightly in head; W. H. Matthews, slightly in thigh. Company I. Wounded: Sergeant R. F. Ridgway, severely in arm; W. A. Lowder, severely in hand; privates Jesse Tobias, severely in hip; P. W. Tobias, severely in chest; J. B. Hodge, severely in abdomen; J. H. Evans, slightly in face; Isaac Haily, severely in chest; John Pelt, severely in hand. In this battle the Confederate forces, besides the artillery already m
J. E. Prince (search for this): chapter 1.15
ead; J. H. Young, slightly in head. Company D. Killed: Private R. Freman. Wounded: First Lieutenant P. B. Bethea, slightly in leg; Second Lieutenant M. L. Smith, severely in leg; Corporal G. Turbiville, severely in leg; 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. E. Stoney (search for this): chapter 1.15
al paces when I saw him turn back. As I passed him I noticed that the brave fellow was endeavoring to stop the flow of his heart's blood, which was spouting from his breast. His struggle was fruitless, he could follow us no further. Captain G. H. Moffett, our Adjutant, showed himself every inch a soldier and behaved with his usual gallantry. While we were moving forward, Lieutenant F. G. Hammond, of Company H (Yeadon Light Infantry), informed me that Colonels Graham and Dargan and Captain W. E. Stoney, of General Hagood's staff had fallen, and that I was in command of the brigade. I told him that that did not put me in command as General Hagood was still there and unhurt. The lieutenant went back to his company, and I never saw him again. (He fell at Swift Creek two days afterwards.) Before we reached the railroad the enemy broke and left in confusion. When we reached the track we swept the field in our front with a murderous fire. We did not rest long. I saw a line of bushes
e up obliquely, directing their advance to the left flank of the work. Their approach was a complete surprise. They were so near, when the guns were manned, that it was found impossible to depress the pieces sufficiently to make them effective. Our troops had to rely on the musket and bayonet. For awhile there was a hand-to-hand fight in the battery. A captain was the first to get into our work, and received, for his daring, a ball which ended his career, but not before he had killed Captain Reed, of Lamar's regiment. One of the Federal soldiers seized a man of that regiment by the collar at one of the guns, and actually carried him off a prisoner when driven out of the battery. The charge was daring, 10 dashing and impetuous, but the enemy were at length repulsed with terrific slaughter. They were rallied, reformed and advanced three times, but did not succeed again in getting into our works. Colonel Sargent, mounted on a cream-colored horse, displayed great gallantry in ral
S. Montgomery (search for this): chapter 1.15
Mitchum, severely in shoulder; W. E. Mitchum, slightly in arm; C. M. Matthews, slightly in thigh; privates J. H. Hodge, stunned; W. Byrdick, severely; W. W. Thorn, severely in hip; B. R. Ard, slightly; J. C. Hodge, severely in thigh; J. B. Tanner, slightly in thigh; S. Wilder, slightly. Casualties in the trenches near Drewry's Bluff on the 13th, 14th and 15th of May: Company A, Killed: Private John Hall. Wounded: Captain James M. Carson, severely in arm. Company C. Killed: Sergeant S. Montgomery. Wounded: First Lieutenant C. Logan, severely in leg; privates William Guess, severely in leg; M. A. Brown, severely in thigh (found with thigh amputated by Federal surgeons); H. J. Brown, severely in arm and breast; J. H. Bradham, slightly in nose; H. L. Grayson, severely in arm and side; J. F. Montgomery, severely in thigh; B. E. Dukes, severely in breast; J. A. Feagin, mortally in breast. Wounded and missing: R. B. Walters, severely in thigh. Missing: R. E. Duke, F. J. Duke, J
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