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North Carolina Standard Raleigh October 28, 1863 Casualties Company D, 26th Regiment N.C.T. Battle of Bristow Station near Manassas Junction October 14, 1863 Killed: Pte. William Champion and J.H. Wingle Wounded: Ptes. D.C. Adams, mouth, J.G. Burt, leg, Dallas Crawford, arm, severe, Jas. Gilmore, leg, Jno. L. Jones, knee, severe, H.W. Langston, leg, R.A. Pollard, arm, slight, Jno Prince, shoulder, William C. Rogers, foot, William Smith, thigh, slightly, A.H. Temple, wrist, Kit Treadaway, leg, missing and prisoner, J.P. Honeycutt, J.B. Nordan, George Morris, Alexander Jones, A. Stephens, S.H. Ray On Thursday morning last some desperate characters, E.D. Boon, Edward Carney, Thomas Cole and John A. Chapman escaped from Castle Thunder, Richmond and in the struggle they shot and killed one of the sentinels, Sutton Byrd, a private in Company C, 53rd N.C.T. The fight at Bristow Station The following was written by an officer. The blame for this disaster, it seems, attaches itself to General Heth of Virginia. The army of General Lee left the south side of the Rapidan the week before last and passed in the direction of Madison Court House, the right flank of the enemy—I suppose, if found practicable, to get in their rear or at least to cut off a portion of their force. The enemy, however, retreated as soon as they heard our movements, burning camp and garrison, equipage, destroying provisions, etc. Their flight was so rapid we did not overtake them in force until near Bristow Station on the evening of the 14th. Bristow Station is three or four miles this side of Manassas Junction. I will here mention our cavalry have been capturing them in small squads all the way from Robinson River. Hill’s and Ewell’s Corps marched by different roads almost parallel to each other from three to five miles between, to be within supporting distance of each other. The different divisions of our corps march in front every third day or so to equalize the hardships as much as possible. The day spoken of was Anderson’s turn but from some cause I know not why he was halted during the day and Heth thrown forward. The battle ground is mostly a cleared field, the railroad passing through it from five to ten feet high making it a formidable breast work. A short distance from this on the enemy’s side the ground raises gradually until a considerable elevation is attained. Upon this were placed the enemy’s batteries and near its base they had rifle pits. Their batteries were so arranged as to have a raking fire in front and also an enfilading one by the right and left of any forces advancing. I learn both Hill and Heth were present when our advance came up. It was thought the enemy were in camp and if a dash were made they would be scattered like chaff. Ours (Kirkland’s) and Cook’s Brigades were ordered to advance and charge. The skirmishers were not allowed to feel the enemy and we knew not what the forces of theirs really were. The consequence was that both brigades were badly cut up in a short time. Exposed to a galling fire from all the batteries, railroads and puts, how could it be otherwise? Colonel Jones of the 26th informs me most of his men killed fell on the side of the railroad the enemy were on and that where he charged it was fully ten feet high. Our men had to fall back and as anybody will conclude, in confusion, considering two brigades were fighting two corps. We had five or six pieces of artillery taken as the enemy advanced rapidly upon our retreating forces and all or nearly all of the horses had been killed at the batteries. Had the exact position of the enemy been found out, our troops concentrated and one division thrown on their left, the other on their right, how different would have been the result. Instead of the capture of our artillery and the loss in killed and wounded and missing of nearly 1,500 men, we would have bagged their whole force engaged, their artillery and gained a brilliant victory; or if the attack had been delayed an hour, I am informed Ewell would have been in their rear. As it was, the enemy retreated on Centreville during the night, so the attack, as far as position was concerned, was, I am fully convinced, that somebody high in command is greatly to be blamed and if justice were done, would be cashiered. I wish North Carolina could be placed in a North Carolina divisions with our own generals. General Lee’s objective was not to have a general fight but to push them vigorously as far as possible and then to completely destroy the Orange and Alexandra railroads. I forgot to mention that General Kirkland, after advancing near, sent an aid back to Hill and Heth, informing them the enemy were about to open an enfilading fire upon them. The answer was given that it would be a long time before they did and no directions were given at all. Walker’s and Davis’ brigades of our divisions, the 1st Virginia and the 1st Tennessee and other Mississipians were not called into action at all. It was these who taunted N.C. with losing batteries though it was first mentioned who failed to support ours at Gettysburg on the first day which caused such slaughter and both broke and ran. When I see our state treated with such marked injustice it makes my blood boil in my veins. The 26th Regiment, formerly commanded by Governor Vance, numbered 850 strong just before Gettysburg but in that battle it was badly cut up and its available force reduced to about 300. It suffered badly in the last fight at Bristow Station and does not number now more than 125 effective men. We are yet without casualties in this regiment in the Bristow fight. We had the pleasure recently of seeing Colonel John R. Lane who now commands the 26th. Colonel Lane was seriously wounded in the battle of Gettysburg after Colonel Burgwyn had fallen. The ball struck him in the back of the neck and ranged through his jaw coming out at the mouth. He was in front of his men and turning to command them he was struck. He has not yet fully recovered from the wound. Colonel Lane joined the 26th as a “high” private and by his gallantry and good conduct and the death of his seniors, has risen to colonel. Major J.T. James of Caldwell is now lieutenant colonel. The last Asheville News contains an account of the recent fight at Warm Springs, 36 miles from Asheville. The first conflict took place between a small body of our cavalry and about 400 or 500 of the enemy. Our forces were so greatly outnumbered that they were forced to fall back. Major Woodfin was killed and four of his command wounded. The enemy was posted in the large brick hotel at the Springs in a strong position. The News says: “Another fight took place near the Warm Springs two or three days since between a large portion of the 25th N.C. Regiment commanded by Sam C. Bryson and a large force of the enemy. They outnumbered our boys quite a lot and after a stubborn fight Colonel Bryson fell back. We had six men killed, Lt. Hyatt, and others whose names we have not learned. Lt. Hyatt was an excellent officer, a gallant and worthy man. The loss of the enemy was reported to be heavy. P.S. Since the foregoing was put into type we have received some additional particulars. The following is a list of the killed: Lt. Hyatt, Sgt. Collins, Monroe Huskins, J.H. Townsend, J. Dodgins, ------- Williams” (Note: See also below, account of this and another version of the casualty list) List of Casualties at Bristow Station 27th Headquarters, Cook’s Brigade Bristow Station, October 15, 1863 Field and Staff Wounded: General Jno. R. Cooke, small bone of left leg broken, Col. John A. Gilmer, Jr., bullet wound through left thigh, Lt. Col. George Whitfield, seriously wounded and taken by the enemy but left by them when they fell back, Sgt. Major R.D. Weatherly, severe in abdomen. Company A Killed: Ptes. J.J. Parker, Joseph Howard Wounded: Capt. Jas. Bryan, struck five times, right leg amputated, Lt. John Bryan, slight wound in leg, Lt. J.J. Denmark, Ptes. H. Warrick, left arm broken, John Pike, side and shoulder by shell, slight, E. Warrick, left leg, slight, Jno. T. Roberts, hollow of right foot, E.K. Philman, left leg broken, Jno. Nash, left thigh, slight, W.H. Faircloth slight in right hand, W.F. Flowers, left arm, slight, S.B. Kilpatrick, flesh wound right leg, George Seagall, flesh wound right thigh, Richard Holleman, slight in left knee, M.W. Musgrove, left foot, right hand, slight, Corp. T.R. McIntyre, right arm broken, F.G. Foreman, left shoulder flesh wound, Eli(?) Rain, forefinger left hand, E.P. Piner left shoulder, slight, Joseph Peacock, bruised left shoulder, Richard Avery, right arm, slight. Company B Killed: Lt. J.H. McKnight, Pte. John Kennedy Wounded: Sgt. W. C.(?) Steiner(?), thigh, slight, Corp. H.R. Forbis(?) Portis(?) Porbis(?), right hip, severe, William Summer, forehead slight, Jos. W. Rankin, through right lung, severe, S.B. Gray(?), stunned by explosion of shell, A.L. Orrell, flesh wound right leg, W.F. Hunter, flesh wound right hand and thigh, R.S. Smith, slight wound in right foot, R.B. Gibson, slight in hand, L.S. Lineberry, right shoulder, severe, W.W. Burnside, flesh wound right thigh, J.H. Cobie, flesh wound right hip, John W. McNairy, flesh would left knee—will lose the leg, J.W. McDowell, slight in foot, W.D. Demms, A.S. Stanley, wounded in the face, recaptured, John T. Sockwell in the neck, mortally (since died), Sgt. E.M. Crawson, prisoner and wounded slightly in foot, Cyrus Crawson, slight in both legs, released, C.W. Stratford, left thigh, slight, E.F. Shuler, left leg, slight, James R. Pierce, flesh wound in leg, prisoner, L.N. Isley, both thighs, flesh wounds, William May, severely in head, H. Crider, breast (since died), R.B. McLean, lost two toes. Company C Killed: Pte. Caleb Brown Wounded: W.B. Cassey, hand, slight, F. Aldridge, hand and arm, slight, H. Lovett, foot, slight, Jesse Sutton, shoulder badly, R.H. Kennedy, thigh, badly, J.H. Barrow, arm, seriously, M. Peal, arm, slight, James Fields, leg, seriously, P. Radford, hand, slight, R.H. Sutton, leg, slight, D. Savage, hip, slight, Jas. Pattie (or Potter), John Potter, Jordan Potter, W. Waters, thigh, flesh wounds, R.C. Fields, foot, slight, Corporal Ben Woolten, badly (since died), Thomas Horing, bruised in side by shell, Alex Sutton, Joshua Suggs, bruised by shell and missing, supposed to be prisoner. Company D Wounded: Lts. C.W. Jones and C. Harper, slight wounds, Lt. T.F. Worley, right foot, slight, Sgt. D.G. Taylor, flesh wound in left leg, Sgt. E. Goodman, leg, severe, Sgt. H.S. Minn, leg, arm and face, flesh wounds, Corp. Z. Harper left leg, slight, Corp. J.R. Gray, slight, Ptes. A.B. Blizzard severe in head, W.D. Carter, right hand, B.A. Carter, left forefinger gone, Lewis Davenport, flesh wound left leg, William J. Freeman, neck and right shoulder, severe, John Howard, left leg, James Hardie, thigh, slight, Quartermaster E. Lee, side, severe, D.C. Lee, right thigh, slight, John Quinn, left hip, severe, Daniel Stroud, thigh and stomach, severe, R.C. Rogers, right arm, severe, William S. Worley, left hand, W. Outlaw, Richard Deaver, Arthur Turner, prisoners and wounded. Missing: William Brown Company E Killed: Ptes. Jas. Parkes and R.K. Murphy Wounded: 1st Lt. J.R. Tyre, mortal in breast (since died), Pte. J.W. Morris, through bowels (since died), James Brewer, flesh wound left leg, B.A. Buck, right foot, slight, H. Corbit, slight in left knee, Dempsey Corbit, leg, slight. (NOTE: See further below, a different report from this company regarding casualties with differences.) Company F Killed: Pte. Elias Lane, Color Bearer W.T. Summers, Calvin Hendrix Wounded: Capt. T.D. Jones, left side, severe, Lt. F. Nixon, flesh wound right leg, Lt. William Mebane, Sgt. Theophilus White—taken prisoner, Corp. David Hobbs, head and right arm, slight, Ptes. Thomas Riddick, mortally (since died), Mordecai Bundy, stomach, severe, Joshua Knight, both legs, severe, Daniel Plyler, calf of leg, slight, William Meissonheimer, right knee, severe, Isaiah Overman, flesh wound left arm, Jas. Barclift, left arm, slight, Thomas Munden, flesh wound both thighs, Bryan Dinkens. Prisoners: William Mallery, C.C. Small, Robert Billups, John Hallowell, Andrew White, John Boyce, Timothy White, Thomas Nicholson Company G Killed: Pte. Jas. Shields, William Campbell, Corp. H.P. Woods, Ptes. J.E. Woods, George Merritt, James A. Gattes(?), Frank Pearson Wounded: Capt. Stephen Dixon, left lung, Lt. Jas. A. Graham, very slight, right knee, Lt. R.D. Patterson, right groin, Ptes. W.D. Woods, flesh wound left thigh, S.G. Strayhorn, slight in ankle, J.H. Woods, flesh wound right thigh, W.A. Gattis, very slight right thigh, John Mowatt, shell wound in groin, Jasper Haley, middle finger left hand gone, J.K. Clark, right thigh, severe, S.P. Lockhart, stunned by shell in stomach, Samuel Nelson, right leg, severe, Albert Forrest, through finger on left hand, James Webb, breast, serious, William Thompson, slight in right arm, Evans Brown, right arm gone, Henry Pickett, right leg amputated, David Thompson, bruised by shell, slight, F.P. Clark, right foot, slight, William Newman, through face and right leg, C.S. Cooley, hand, slight, W.H. Strain, severe in face, G.M. Dorathy, knee, slight, E.S. Faucitt, thigh, missing. Company H Killed: Sgt. Fred Mage(?), Ptes. L.W. Arrington, J.R. Deloach, Edmund Corbit Wounded: Capt. J.A. Williams, very severe through the body, Lts. H. F. Price, slight bruise left thigh, R.O. Smith, slight in breast, Sgt. Sam Whitley, flesh wound right thigh, H.E. Nelson, flesh wound left thigh, Corp. David Stokes, right thigh broken, W.C. Burney, flesh wound leg, Ptes. F. Arrington in stomach (since died), G.F. Evans, left little finger gone, David C. Adams, flesh wound right thigh, W.B. Garris, little finger left hand gone, John A. Stokes, bruised left shoulder, slight, D.C. Smith, severe in groin (since died), M.A. James, bruised left thigh, slight, Jesse Whitley(?) Whilly(?), very slight right hand, R.R. Fleming, slight bruise left arm, J.H. Clark, left shoulder, slight. Company I Killed: Ptes. J.H. Titus, Weasly Howard Wounded: Sgt. W.E. Ward, right ankle, slight, Corp. E.M. Foscue, right wrist, slight, Ptes. W.T. Perry, flesh wounds in calves of both legs, W. Meadows, bruised by shell in leg, I. Meadows, bruised by shell in ankle, G.W. Mason, forehead, slight, H. Marshall, flesh wound in thigh, H. Owens, flesh wound thigh, J.D. Gibbers, severely (since died), R.H. Koonce, very slight in head, F. King, left shoulder seriously, L.J. Jones, very serious in face and thigh. Missing: Sgt. C. Hay, Corp. D. Russell, S. Williams, J.R. Wren, W.F. Killingsworth Company K Killed: Lt. G.S. Johnson, Sgt. J.J. Mattox, Ptes. W.T. Talbot, W.R. Sanis Wounded: Lt. Barry Parks, flesh wound, Sgt. Wiley Thompson, ankle, slight by shell, Josiah Gardner, instep of left foot, R.H. Best, bruised in left breast by shell, Corp. J.P. Smith, left jaw and shoulder, severe, Ptes. E.G. Beaman, left hand, slight, William Ethridge, left leg, flesh wound, J.H. Ginn, flesh wound left leg, Simon Holland, right groin, severe, J.W. Holland, left hand, severe, Wiley Jones, right thigh, severe. D.H. Lambeth, flesh wound left arm, Jackson Mullis(?), left arm, E.H. Crocker, stunned by shell, John Allen, slight in left arm, J.G. Smith, slight in right hip, A.J. Smith, slight in left hip This list is as nearly correct as I can get in the hurry and excitement of a march. I will report again if any others reported to me. Yours Truly HAL We are indebted to Capt. Graham for the following list of casualties in Light Battery C, 10th N.C.T. in the Battle of Bristow Station on October 14, 1863, Capt. Joseph Graham Commanding. Killed: Pte. R. Samuel Sloan Wounded: Sgt. R.E. Sloan, severe in shoulder, Corpls. J.T. Truman, severe in arm, J.H. Potts(?), slight in breast, Ptes. Thomas M. Grier, mortal in right lung, Thomas Kaloran, leg, W.S. Williams, slight in shoulder, David Underwood, right hand shot away. From Lee’s Army Casualties in the fight at Bristow Station Rappahannock Station October 15, 1863 I have already sent you a list of casualties in the 27th Reg’t. N.C.T. at Bristow Station. I may have to add a few more to it but I hope not. Below is the report of casualties of the 48th Regiment N.C.T. in the Battle of Bristow Station last Wednesday evening. Field and Staff: None Company A Killed: Pte. Milton Presslar Wounded: Ptes. N.J. Beckitt, left leg broken, amputated below knee, S.N. Presson, flesh would left thigh, H.E. Helms, wounded and missing, prisoner, H.J. Ross, slight in left ankle, Wyatt Presslar, slight in left hand, A.C. Presslar, J.L. McLilland, S.H. Polk, stunned by shell, Luke Sinclair, flesh wound in right leg, F.M. Poor, right cheek, severe, S. Heim, three fingers of left hand, severe, J.W. Irby, left hand severe, E.P. Rushing, wounded and missing, Joseph Brown, L.F. Austin, S.L. Mullis(?) Matlis(?), G.W. Mullis(?) Matlis(?), missing, Lt. J.A. Lowry, very slight wound. Company B Killed: John A. Rhodes Wounded: Ivey Surartt(?) Sararit(?), mortal in head, George W. Smith, left breast, severe, William Fritts, slight in right hand, H. Swaney, slight in scalp, Alex Picket, flesh wound left knee, Lt. William Hammer, Wyatt Davis, slightly bruised by shell, Jesse Osborn, H.A. Cooper(?), stunned by shell, W.D. Long and James Skeen, missing. Company C Killed: Pte. D.M. Sefler Wounded: Lt. A.W. Troutman, head, slight, Ptes. R. Cascaden, forefinger left hand, R.F. Clire(?), face, slight, M.F. Erdson(?), great toe left foot, slight, J.Q. Holdsonser, face and left shoulder, badly, James Kyle, flesh wound right leg, J. Lite, right hand, severe, D. Scriggs, middle finger, J.M. Walker, right leg, severe, W.J. Waugh, left hand, slight, William Hair(?) Hale(?) bruised by shell in back Missing: Ptes. D. Clodfelter, G.L.D. Eller, C.A. Earnhart, J.O. Leslie, P. Leppard, J.C. Plyler. Company D Killed: Pte. J.J. May Wounded: Capt. W.H.H. Lawbon, slight in groin, Sgt. G.B. Campbell both arms amputated and severe wound in thigh, J.G. Morgan, left shoulder, severe, H.W. Stutts, left side, severe, J.H. Stutts, right hip, slight, R. Davis, flesh wound right leg, severe, J. M. (?) Wallace, right hand, finger gone, R.B. Stewart, head, slight, Kelly Bryan, left foot slight, W.A. Steadman, left hip, slight Missing: H.A. Bridges, Isaac Freeman, Levi Wright, Rials(?) Key, W.H. Baker, E.D. Morgan, Archibald McLean, H.A. Spencer, M.C. Yew, very slight wound. Company E Killed: Ptes. J.W.L. Be-k, Jno. F. Smith Wounded: Sgt. Correll, Color Bearer, breast, slight, Corp. J.W. Osbone, left hand, slight, Ptes. Josiah Davis, right breast, badly, T.C. Eubanks, right wrist badly, J.J. Griffin, right leg, slightly, John E. Hancock, groin by shell, badly, Ellison Hayes, left shoulder, slightly, M.C. King, left side not serious, D.W. Laney, left leg, slightly, John Milton, right hand, middle finger, Thomas Parker, lost one finger, General Richardson, left hand severe, M.C. Richardson, right leg severe, Milus(?) Starnes, end of one finger gone, J.L. Yarborough, left thigh serious Missing: Sgt. John W. Parker, Ptes. A.H.A. Belk(?), H.J. Griffin, J.B. Stearnes Company F Wounded: Corp. B.P. Richardson, right thigh, severe, 1st Sgt. G.W. Howie through both cheeks badly, Sgt. Quarter Master Warken(?), right thigh, leg amputated, Sgt. J.S. Parker, in head, slight, Corp. R.C. DeLancey, flesh wound right thigh, Ptes. B. Belk, fore finger left hand, slight, J.A. Helms(?), bruised by shell left thigh, slight, W.E. Richardson, bruised by shell right shoulder, badly, R.T. Sistar(?), through both thighs not serious, J. P. Walker, right breast, badly Missing: O.(?) C.(?) Bancum, W.A.J. Huff, K.G. Stearns, supposed to be prisoners Company G Killed: Pte. H. Lawrence Wounded: Lt. J.A. Thompson, badly in leg, Lt. C.B. Clegg, slight, 1st Sgt. B.F. Headen, stunned by shell, Sgt. J.W.B. Lassiter, flesh wound in thigh, serious, Sgt. J.T. Gunter, left arm flesh wound, slight, Corp. J.B. Gunter left arm, flesh wound, Ptes. A.J. Burns, foot, slight, E.H. Burns, thigh and knee, severe, Alex Burns, head, mortal, Q.J. Bynum, shoulder, slight by shell, T.W. Dowdy, stunned by shell badly, J.C. Harrison, left hand badly, C.M. Holt in hand, slight, J. Lomax, flesh wound in thigh, J. Mauldin, slightly shocked by shell, P. Perry, left shoulder, slight, S.H. Rosser, shocked by shell, F. Smith, badly in left hand, W. Wall, finger right hand, slight, H. Warner, slight in the hand, J.E. Watson, stunned by shell, slight, J.R. Abernathy, H.H. Burns, T. Beal, B.F.C. Burk(?) Bark(?), J.M. Dowdy, S.H. Scarlet, J. Stone, prisoners Company H Killed: Pte. N.F. Miller Wounded: Sgt. J. Imbler, right leg, slight, Corp. S.J. Davis, bruised by shell in breast, badly, Ptes. David Essex, W.R. Essex, bruised slightly by shell in leg, Christian Hege, Badly in head, Alex Lenord, badly in left hand by shell, Riley Lenord, bruised by shell in breast and lost one finger, H. Walker(?) Walser(?), bruised in breast by shell, slightly, S. Wilson, bruised in thigh by shell, slight. Missing: Sgt. M.T. Lambeth, William Johnson, Casper Lenord, C.a. Hege, supposed to be prisoners Company I Wounded: Sgts. A.H. Boyet(?) Boyel(?), thigh, mortally, W.Q. Pmyon(?), breast, serious, Corp. William Hoyle, slight in knee by shell, Ptes. T.A. Austin, stunned by shell, slight, N. Biggers(?), left hand, serious, Oliver Biggers, left knee, serious, W.J. Cook, right knee, badly, W. F.(or P.?) Cuthberton, flesh wound in arm, Albert Dees, slight in stomach, Reuben Dennis, left arm, slight, William Honeyent(?) Honeycut(?), left shoulder badly, J.S. Hunter, left cheek, slight, Samuel Proctor, left cheek badly, John Skipper, forefinger, slight, James York, slight in both legs Missing: J.G. Long, W.E. Prossley, W.H. Sligall(?) Company K Killed: Ptes. Henry Hilton(?) Holton(?), William Candle Wounded: Capt. J.W. Betting, slight in hip, Sgts. H.T. Newsome, A.F. Montague, Corp. A. Kiger, slight in hand, Sgt. Jno. A. Wood, paralyzed by shell, Ptes. Herman (Hyman?) Everhart, mortally, J. Crouch, slight in hand, Sol Green, paralyzed by shell, Samuel Jackson, leg, slight, Sol Heathcock, hand, slight, Joseph Wagoner, paralyzed by shell Missing: Jacob Collet, Egbert Hoozer. The above list is official Yours Truly, HAL List of Casualties 15th (?) Regiment N.C.T. in the Battle of Bristow Station, Virginia, Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1863 Field and Staff: None Company A Killed: Lt. G.D. Cuthbertson Wounded: Lt. W.E. Woodruff, in arm, Ptes. M.L. Parker in arm, E.Y. Marks, foot, Isaiah Burns, foot, I. Sumner, neck, B. Vaughan, shoulder Missing: Henry Marks Company B Wounded: Lt. F.L. Rogers, left arm amputated, 1st Sgt. B.C. Coon, severe in leg, 4th Sgt. J.B. Long slight in leg, Corpls. J.E. Helms, severe in leg, W.P. Richardson, severe in arm, Ptes. J.M. Austin, severe in head, L.E. Brown, severe in arm, G.W. Barker, severe in leg, J.M. Howard, mortal in bowels, J.A. Irby, slight in leg, C.B. Muse, slight in leg, W.B. McLean, severe in leg, J.F. McCorkel, slight in leg, Sgt. Maj. J.E. Porter, slight in right shoulder Missing: Sgt. D.M. Rose, Ptes. J. Barmingham, William Conder, J.D. Helms, J.M. Pistol, J.C. Steel, J.C. Ramsay, J.D. Shinson Company C Killed: Ptes. C.G. Rippey, Corp. L.H. Blanton Wounded: Lt. J.M. Jarrett, severe in left thigh, Sgts. J.G. Putnam, slight in hand, M.V. Putnam, slight in wrist, Ptes. G.W. Davis, slight in right hip, R.A. Blantin, severe in left leg, H. Weaver, slight in breast, A. Weaver, mortal in head, died, G.B. McCraw, mortal in bowels, K.S. Tate, severe in right thigh, William Howling, severe in groin, A.W. Pannell, slight in face and foot, Corp. L.H. Blanton, killed, Pte. H. Burnes, E.A. Hardin Missing: J. Mahew, J. Spurlin, F.D. Rominger, L. Barrett, J.D. Robinson, J.S. Hendrick, S.G. Putnam, W.A. Hambrick, J.P. McIntire, wounded and missing Company D Wounded: Lt. W.E. Oldham, finger and breast, 2nd Lt. Mussenberg, slight in leg, Pte. Jas. Yew, mortal in breast, Isaac -------, hip, W.P. Cole, slight in thigh, J.A. Wicks, slight in hand, C.C. Munn, slight in side, J.W. Riggsbee, slight in knee, W. Goodwin, missing. Company E Wounded: Ptes. D.M. Card, slight in side, S.P. Carver, slight in side, Jacob Cossart, slight in foot, J.B. Duke, slight in thigh, A.L. Jinkiss(?) Jinkius(?), slight in breast and knee, M.G. Murray, slight in shoulder, G.S. Strickland, slight in hand, A.M.D. Upchurch, slight in foot, N. Winston, slight in knee, D.C. Winston, wounded and missing, H.S. Bess, missing, A. Moore, killed Company F Killed: Ptes. D.R. Black, J. Garkins, W.A. Phillips, J.A. Spence Wounded: Lt. R. Barnes, right arm, Sgt. W.D. Smith, slight in hip, Corp. D.H. Mathews, slight in right thigh, G.D. Spence, slight in left wrist, Ptes. A. Ballard, severe in left breast, J.H. Colville, severe right leg, W.A. Colville, slight in leg, Jno. McDougall, slight in abdomen, J.P. Mills, slight in arm, S. Moore, head, died, J. Norden, severe in right hand, J. Sink severe in right knee, H.W. Shoaf, contusion of head, R.M. Shoaf, slight in back, Jas. Shut, right leg, W. Wade, slight in right knee. Company G Killed: Pte. P.G. Murphy Wounded: J.P. True, both arms shot off, G.A. Allen, severe in thigh, S. Painer, right thumb shot off, Corp. P.H. Longmire, slight in hand, Sgt. J.B. Damlet, slight in hand, Corp. H.H. Gilliam, slight in breast, Ptes. N. Neighbors, slight in hand, Henry King, slight in thigh, Sgt. J.R. Raney and Pte. J.R. Leonard(?), missing. Company H Killed: Corp. C.B. Branson, Pte. M.V. Hopkins Wounded: Sgt. M. V.(?) Is - - - , in right arm, and finger shot off, Pte. M. Hughes, slight in left foot, W. Wiley, severe in head, J.P. Linnis, slight in left shoulder, G.W. Fesh, slight in hip and face, J.P. Stanford, and W. Strayhorn, missing, P.S. Thompson(?) Shompson(?), missing, S.A. Stewart, wounded and missing, H. Painter and W. Wagner, missing, W. Jones, wounded and missing, W.H. Gustin, wounded and missing, Lt. S.M. Robinson, wounded and missing. Company I Killed: Corp. J.P. Bradley, Pte. A.P. Allen Wounded: Lt. S.M. Pender, slight in head, Sgt. D.H. Barlow, slight in shoulder, Ptes. W. Barden, slight in right foot, D.D. Boyne, slight in side, J.W. Cooke, slight in hip, W. Fulram, slight in side, E. Lewis, slight in arm, W. Overman, severe in arm, D. Peacock, slight in breast and hand, A. Taylor, slight in shoulder, W. Worrell, slight in hip, Q. Yelverton, thigh broken, W. Johnson, missing Company K Killed: Capt. G. W. White, Pte. Thomas Moore Wounded: 1st Lt. J.P. Cross, thigh, Sgt. J.B. Armstrong, leg, Corp. P.C. Walker, severe in thigh, Ptes. H.S. Spicer, leg, slight, J.B. Mears, slight in arm, C. Miller, slight in foot, J.R. Womble, slight in back, I. Flood, serious in breast, H. Hill, slight in hand, D.S. Hartley, slight in hand, W.H. Sandon(?), paralyzed by shell, severe, B. Jarvis, wounded and captured Missing: H.H. Swicegood, A. Hedrick, A. Gabble List of casualties in the 46th Regiment N.C.T. at the Battle of Bristow Station, Virginia, Oct. 14, 1863 Company A Killed: Corp. J.T. Smith Wounded: Ptes. A.G. Maures, J. Richie, P. Penninger, S. Butford, slight, R.H. Wyatt, S. Hammond Company B Killed: Ptes. Daniel Miller, Allison Rumple Wounded: 1st Sgt. Jacob Klutts, C.C. Harryman(?) Barryman(?), C.A. Bassenger, Ptes. P.C. Crawford, Alexander Englehard, W.H. Harris, Jacob Hornbarger, John McNealy, M. Peller, Miles Williams, C.H. Waggoner, Rufus Trexler, slight, Fred Waller Missing: William Stiller, William Dunn, W.P. Seble(?) Sebbe(?) Company C Wounded: C.F. Gardner, R.T. Robinson, W.J. Paschal, slightly Company D Wounded: Pte. William Shaw Company E Wounded: Corp. S.G. Goss (color bearer), slightly, Ptes. D. Berchitt, slightly, R.W. Carter(?), severely, J.G. Freeman, M. Ferebon, D. Kennedy, G.R. Thompson, slightly, W.L. Wheeler, severely, A. Treasley, slightly, K Oatley, slightly Company F Killed: 1st Sgt. N. Spencer Wounded: Ptes. J.M. Blewer, N. Hancock, W. Hancock, W. Sidwell, Edmund Spencer, F.L. Yates Missing: S. Hill, C. Robbins, N. Robins(?) Robius(?) Company G Wounded: Lt. R.P. Troy, Ptes. P.F. Hogle, severely, Thomas Brooks, W.F. Blair, slightly, B.A. Johnson, George W. Fox, A.S. Wright, slightly, Corp. T.A. Futral Company H Wounded: Sgt. M.C. Johnston, Pte. J. Sheffield, Jas. Smith Company I Wounded: 1st Sgt. L.G. Hall, Ptes. Thomas Golier, severely, W.F. Hair, severely, W.H.M. Lamb, slightly Company K Killed: Ptes. Henry Dangerheart, R.H. Lenard, J. Parker, D. Wilson Wounded: S. Booveg, J.S. Hewitt, severely, W.H. Birch, severely, F. Finger, slightly, O.(?) M. Jarrett, slightly, W. Seltzer, slightly 1st N.C. Cavalry Casualties in the fight Mr. Editor: You will confer a favor on this regiment and its friends by publishing the following list of casualties since the 10th October, during the brilliant cavalry campaign of the past ten days. Field and Staff Wounded: Lt. Col. Thomas Ruffin, supposed mortally and captured, Major Rufus Barringer, slightly in thigh. Company A Wounded: Pte. Hugh Turner, slightly Missing: Lt. D.F. Armfield(?) Company B Wounded: Pte. Milte Powell, severely Missing: Cornelius Hall No listings for Companies C and D Company E Wounded: T. Persons, mortally, since died, J.H. Cunningham, mortally, since died, R.T. Edwards, severely in thigh Missing: Jos. Burnett Company F Wounded: Corp. W. Bell, slightly in shoulder, Pte. N.F. Buckwelder, severely in thigh Company G Killed: J.A. Springs Wounded: V.T. King, foot, John Carver, severely in foot Company H Wounded: Bugler Burkitt M. Privett, in face, W.H. Barley, slightly, Martin Martin, severely in foot Missing: Thomas Hughes Company I Killed: Lt. W.G. Grady Wounded: G.W. Miller, severely in leg, P.(?) W. Megritt(?), severely in leg Company K Wounded: W.S. Tutheroe Missing: S.R. Slagle On the 19th, the N.C. Brigade made the greatest charge on record; 1st N.C. in front. We charged the enemy in a sweeping gallop for seven miles, capturing more than we had men in the fight with several wagons and two ambulances. Your Obedient Servant Lt. D.P. Mast Acting Adjutant, 1st N.C. Cavalry List Casualties 47th Regiment, Bristow Station, October 14 Captain W.C. Lankford, commanding Company A Wounded: Lt. G.W. Westray, severely in thigh, Lt. S.H.(?) Bridges, supposed mortally, Corp. William Chambler, severely in hip, Ptes. P.H. Arnswell, severely in shoulder, W.P. Edwards, foot, Abijah Griffin, leg, W.G. Murray, side and arm, William Torbert, in head Missing: Sgt. Charles J. Braswell, Corp. J.C. Easman(?) Earman(?), B.B. Batchelor, W.S. Batchelor, Lovel Boykin, Calvin Burnitt, Jesse Davis, John Finch, D.A. Glover, T. Glover, J. Hogwood, B. James, Jos. Manning, W.R. Morgan, E.W. Patterson, S.S. Patterson, William Taylor, John Turner, John Ward Company B Wounded: E.H. Brum, severely in arm, H. Etheridge, arm Company C Wounded: Corp. H.W. House, leg broken, Ptes. B.R. Fowler, leg, H.H. Forrest, shoulder Missing: Lt. N.L. Brown, Sgts. E.A. Williams, T.V. Bunch, Corp. J.W. Adams, Ptes. H. Dickson, D.A. Murborn(?), B. Underwood, John Glover(?) Company D Wounded: Capt. C.N. Lewis in thigh, Lt. W.H. Blunt(?), arm, J.Q. Winburne, Sgt. E.S. Powell, Ptes. G. Massingale, shoulder, W.H. May, thigh Missing: Corp. A. Winstead, Ptes. A.A. Delbridge, R.H. Harper, D.H. Deans, J.Q. West, S.D. Ricks Company E Killed: Benjamin Taylor, Jos. G. Maunor, S.M. Parrish Wounded: P.G. Mangum, severely in thigh, W.D. Bledsoe, severely in arm, William Dancey, Thomas Bailey Missing: Chesley Searles, N. Lassifer(?), J.H. Nipper, R.C. Jones Company F Wounded: G.H. Wiggins, in foot, C.B. Freeman, in hand, Thomas Fuller, severely in hand Missing: Ptes. A.M. Dickerson, D.H. Thornington, W.B. Timberlake, W.E. Coghill, A.A. Williams Company G Wounded: Sgt. R.D. Horner, in hip, Pte. J.H. Height, in leg Missing: Ptes. N.A. Jones, G.T. Harper Company H Killed: (Transcriber’s note, it really does not say “killed”, just the name and below it starts with the wounded) Pte. J.P. Scott Wounded: Sgt. N.C. Stronach, in leg, Ptes. Stephen Croble(?), arm broken, Sidney Crocker, arm, William W. Crocker, both legs broken, Josh Hancock, in thigh Company I Killed: Pte. Jos. Googh(?) Wounded: Josh Adkinson, hand and thigh, Jas. Hopson, wrist, John Pollard, thigh, John Ferrell, thigh and neck, Calvin Evans, leg amputated, William P. Evans, thigh Missing: A.C. Jones, John Fowler, William Hales, William T. George, W.G. Almond, J.S. Wood Company K Wounded: Pte. John Herron, hand, J. Founce(?) Pounce(?), leg and hip Missing: D.H. Webb Brigadier General R.B. Vance: In pursuance of orders I received from you, I crossed the French Broad at Marshall on the morning of the 25th with 80 men from the regiment commanded by Capt. C.M. Roberts, Lt. W.P. Welch, Lt. Plumblee(?), Lt. Hyatt and Lt. Lane and took the road up Pine Creed and crossed the Spring Creek Mountain by a trail leading to what is known as the “Flats” on Spring Creek which we reached at night. There I was joined by Major Rhea from Haywood with about twenty militia men. I here procured supplies for the men and proceeded on the march, reaching the enemy’s outpost just at daylight; but instead of finding a picket at his outpost I found men drawn up in a line of battle, waiting to receive me, they having discovered the plan, from all accounts, early the night before. When I made the attack, though the enemy numbered, as was afterwards ascertained, about 400, in line, I charged him and completely routed him from his position and drove him beyond the field. A second time, coming up, shoed the same result. A third time they reinforced and came. With this force my little band struggled for some time successfully but seeing we were completely overwhelmed in numbers, I gave the order to fall back. Most of the men did so in good order. All the men and officers on this occasion acted with such coolness and gallantry that it is hard to individualize but I cannot refrain from mentioning the conduct of Lt. W.P. Welch and Sgt. Collins of Company B. Lt. Welch led his men with great gallantry and set an example for them for more than one of the enemy was seen to fall by his hand. In a hand to hand encounter Sgt. Collins rushed forward and sacrificed his own life to save mine. Major Rhea and a portion of his militia fought well but the conduct of others was not very good. My loss is four killed, viz: Lt. Hyatt, Sgt. Collins, Ptes. Monroe Hushins, and L. Dodgins. Wounded: B. F West, severely, ---- Person of Company I, slightly, ----- Williams, wounded and in the hands of the enemy, John McClure, militia man, seriously. I am satisfied that the enemy’s loss in killed and wounded cannot fall short of thirty and most of my officers think more than that. I am, General, with great respect, Your Obedient Servant Sam C. Bryson Commanding Detachment Army of Northern Virginia Camp, 27th N.C. Infantry October 30, 1863 Sir: You will please publish the following list of casualties of Company E, 27th N.C.T. in the Battle of Bristow Station for the information of anxious friends and relatives. (Note see also casualties above) Killed: Lt. Jas. Tyer, Ptes. R.K. Murphy, Jas. P. Parker, John Morris Wounded: A.J. Baker, Jos. Brewer, B.A. Buck, William Corbett, Dempsey Corbett, Howell Corbett, Jesse Murphy, Moses Nichols, E.S. Parker, Shaderach Williams, Sgts. Brantly and Carr, Corpls. R.J. Long and E.A. Barrett Missing: Jno James, W.J. Kilpatrick, W. Pierce Allow me to say that a list of the casualties in this regiment was carefully made out and sent to a newspaper in Richmond for publication. For some reason the names of the killed and wounded officers only were published and believing that the relatives of the private soldiers are as desirous to know their fates as those of the officers, I send you the above list of our company which our captain assures me is correct. It is, indeed, mortifying to think that our brave comrades were slaughtered by the mismanagement of Virginia Generals and then not allowed a small space in a Virginia newspaper to let their distressed families know what has become of them. Respectfully, Company E NOTE: See also above paragraph regarding this Battle of Warm Springs Report of the 2nd Battle Warm Springs, Madison Co., N.C. on the 26th inst. 25th N.C.T. Detachment Addendum: Fayetteville Observer, Monday, November 2, 1863 Casualties 44th Regiment N.C.T., Kirkland’s Brigade in the engagement near Bristow Station, Va., October 14, 1863 Field and Staff: Killed: Lt. R.W.Dupree, Co. H, Acting Adjutant Wounded: Col. T.C. Singletary, slight Company A, Lt. R.G. Sneed, commanding Killed: Corp. R.E. Mortan, W.H. Williams, C.A.J. Tally, Jasper Emory Wounded: Jas. Walker, D.H. Beck, Isaiah Cash, James Copley, M.F. Ezell, E.A. Estes, Jas Forrest, J.F. Nevils, severely; Jos. Conner, S.H. Ferrell, A.B. Montague, D. Mangum, J.E. Rose, J. Self, J. Stanley, D.G. Wilson, slightly; J.R. Perry, leg amputated Missing: S.R. Hughes, W.A. Perry, E. Emory, G. Laws Company B, Capt. R.C. Brown, commanding Killed: Delaney Gwatney(?) Wounded: J.L. Crawford, Jas. Rogers, severely; W.D. Andrews, Benjamin House, McH Mitchell, slightly; Jno Harris, arm broken; Jno Dew, leg amputated Missing: Sgt. F.B. Pitt, G. Busting or Bunting Company C, Capt. M.G. Cherry commanding Wounded: Lt. R.E. Mayo(?), Color Sgt. W. Litchworth, Lemuel Cherry, Cornelius James, W. McGinwhorn(?), all prisoners; Corp. J.M. Clark, W. Brewer, W. Bullock, J.S. Harris, W. Cannon, severely; Corp. W.H. Crawford, Theo Bullock, R.B. Fulford, Jno. Musgrove, T.E. Randolph, Isaac Shores, slightly Missing: Corp. A. Congleton, K. Clark, B.F. Lung, W.E. Jenkins, J.J. McGowns(?), W.C.(or O.) Pollard, B.F. Spein, Jesse Thomas Company D, Lt. J.S. Easton commanding Killed: Sgt. W.H. Wollard, W.Wainwright, W.C. White, J.N. Vestal Wounded: Sgt. J.R. Baldree, E.M. Albrighton, R.A. Bryant, W.J. Harris, J.G. Mason, G. Fulford, J.T. Jones, W.H. Williams, N.E. Price, E. Pilgrin, W.T. Holcombe, J.K. Jolly, severely; Sgt. W.R. Hansel, Corp. W.M. Smith, W.T. Beaman, L. Tazwell, B. Fleming, G.W. Crawford, slightly Missing: E.T. Elke, Jno. Averitt, Henry Moore, W. Peoples Company E, Capt. J.J. Crump, commanding Killed: Eli Lambert Wounded: Lt. C.C. Goldston, Corp. A. Thaggard, Asa Adarms, Robert Brewer, Jas. Mashburn, Henry Thomas, M.V. Tally, severely; Capt. J.J. Crump, Sgt. J.D. Wicker, Corp. F. Bray, C.E. Dismukes, W. Mashburn, H. Heart, slightly; M.D. Wicker and prisoner Missing: C.B. Myrick, N.A. Rogers, H.(?) A. Crutchfield, Lemuel Smith Company F, Capt. J.C. Gaines, commanding Killed: Lt. J.C. Montgomery, Corp. Elisha Harris, Wm. Keith Wounded: J.C. Reeves, Jacob Snotherly, T.F. Haywood, C.N. Wright, Henry Thompson, severely; Sgt. W.C. Hilliard, Miles Henly, Jas. Tucker, Doctor Talbot, Alexander Warner, slightly; J.F. Hamilton, leg broken Missing: Sgt. W.T. Wade, Nelson Harris, J.R. Keith, J. Crowder Company G, 1st Sgt. W.S. Long, commanding Wounded: Sgt. D.(?) M. Sykes, G. Adams, S.W. Thompson, A.C. Weysong, Edmund Allen, severely; Corp. J.D. Scott, P. Garner, H.G. Nicholson, Jos Wright, J.H. Wagoner, slightly Missing: E.F. Brown, D.C. Bryan, W. Carlton Company H, Capt. R.W. Singletary, commanding Killed: Sgt. H.S. Bean, Jas. Sanford, B. Davidson Wounded: Sgt. J.C. Cornelson, W.D. Ellerson, severely; Corp. A. Martin, H. Gardner, Jno. Moon, slightly; Corps. Green and E. Livingston, D.H. Miller, prisoners; J. Woolen, leg broken Company I, Capt. D.H. Smith, commanding Killed: J. Laughinghouse, C. Smith, L. McGlowhorn, A. Gwatray, A. Harper Wounded: Lts. J.J. Bland and J. M. Lancaaster, Sgt. J. Dawson, C.C. Butler, Wyatt Clark, severely; Capt. D.H. Smith, Corp. N. Mills, F. McGlowhorn, M. Stocks, T. Stocks, E. Nelson, slightly Missing: Corp. D.P. Gaskins, Jas. Elks, W. Gardner, E.A. Gladson, F. Laughinghouse, S. McGlowhorn, Arthur Tucker, T.J. Wadsworth Company K, Capt. R.R.S. Lawrence, commanding Killed: Edgar Gupten Wounded: J.C. Woods, B. Woods, severely; W. Gupten, Corp. E. Swanson, slightly Missing: Corps. W.P. Murphy and S. Swanson, B. Burnett, W.H. Gupton, C.T. Mess, L. Snider, Jas. Ashley, G.W.P. Cates, J.T. Furgusen, J.M. Ogburn, W.L. Merritt E.C. Knight, Lt. and Acting Adjutant, 44th N.C.T. Casualties 23rd N.C.T., Battle of Raccoon Ford, October 11, 1863 Company A Wounded: P.L. Turner, severely Company B Wounded: A.M. Lambeth, slightly Company C Wounded: Corp. W.A. Nall, severely Company D Killed: W.H. Purnell Company E Wounded: Don Vaughn, slightly Company H Killed: W.J. O’Daniel Company K Wounded: R.T. Hager, severely Rappahannock Station, Va., Oct. 21, 1863 Company F, 15th Regiment N.C.T., casualties in the Battle of Bristow Station, October 14, 1863 Killed: Privates Daniel R. Black, Ira Gaskins and W.A. Phillips Wounded: Lt. R. Barnes, Sgt. W.D. Smith, Corps. D.H. Matthews, G.D. Spence, Privates A. Ballard, J.H. Colville, W.A. Colville, John McDougald, T. Miller, Stephen Moore, since dead, T. Noden, T.E. Ruminger, T. Link, H.W. Sheaf, R.M. Sheaf, Jas. Shut, W. Wade and John A. Spence, since dead Missing: Privates D.A. McDougald, F. Pickel, A. Miller, E. Smith, W.A. Sink and E.Q. Spaugh A.D. Cutts, Captain, Commanding company Fayetteville Observer, Monday, November 16, 1863 List of Killed and Wounded Battle Bristow Station, Oct. 14, 26th N.C.T. Company A Killed: Nicholas Gentry, Galoway Farmer, Jos. Senter Wounded: Lt. Jacob Renk(?), flesh in thigh and abdomen, severe; Sgt. J.M. Duwall, hand; Jas. A. Collins, leg; Jas. S. Hach(?), arm; Jas. H. Robinson, knee; L.J. Yance(?), breast, severe Missing: B. Blavins, W.M. Porter, Troy Sheets, Jesse Bare Company B Wounded: Lt. W.M. Ettridge, thigh; Sgt. James Rogers, breast, dangerously; Corp. H.B. Mo - - -, face; Jno S. McCain, leg; H.T. Fesperman, thigh, severe; M.M. McCoy, thigh, W.T. Lowrey, back; J. Burk, thigh, severe; D. Tucker, head, mortal, since died Missing: W.H. McCorkle, D. Pre- - - - , R. Robertson Company C Killed: Color Sgt. Charles Gilbert Wounded: Jas. Edmiston(?), thigh broken; Joshua(?) Levie(?), breast, mortal, since died; John Triplett, leg; Elbert Triplett, contusion Missing: Lt. Jno. M .Morris(?), Sgt. Buck H. Welch, Wm. Edmiston, Abram Edmiston, Jno. Bullis, Joe Lewis, Joel B.(?) Tadder(?) Todder(?) Company D Killed: Wm. Champion, Jno. Wingler Wounded: D.C. Adams, face; Jesse Burt, thigh; D. Crawford, wrist; James Gillmore, ankle; Jno. L. Jones, knee; H.W. Lengston, leg; Jno. Prince, shoulder; W.C. Rogers, foot; Wm. Smith, knee, mortal, since died; A.H. Trumpler(?), arm, severe; E. Treadaway, leg Missing: Jno. Honeycutt(?), A.S. Jones, J.B. Nerdan(?), George Morris, J.A. Stephens, Henderson Ray Company E Wounded: Brantly Adcock, thigh, mortal, since died; J.W. Beals or Beale, concussion; Elujah Brewar, leg; W.H. Go-, knee; J.P. Emerson, ankle, slight; R.L. Jenkins, thigh and hip; J.J. Jones, thigh and hip; James Moody and J.W. Patty, thigh; O. (or C.) D. Vestal, arm fractured Missing: Sgt. Neill(?) Kidd, Jno. Cabe, E. Jones, Thomas Needham, G.W. Phillips, Richard Phillips, R.D. Talley or Talny, D.A. Welch, Jno. Thomas Company F Killed: Sgt. Jno. A. Turtle, with baronet; A.M. Hudspeth, Cicero Prestwood(?) Wounded: Lt. A.B. Boyes(?), arm; W.M. Bean, arm, severe; J.M. Crump, thigh; John Crump, neck, mortal, died; G.H. Hariston, shoulder; G.W. Head, thigh fractured; Avery Kirby, breast and arm; W.P. Kirby, both hips; W.H. Rich, ankle; T.F. Sudderth, leg; Logan Teague, shoulder; Columbus J. Tuttis, arm; W.B. Autan, thigh, severe Missing: Sgt. Jas. A. Nelson, Corp. W.N. Kirby, Eli Arney, R.W. Bowman(?), J.N. Corponing(?), J.W. Coffee(?), Larkin Coffee, James Davis, J.C. Harris, Phillip Lorgen(?), Thomas Littlejohn, AW. Perkins(?), Pinkney Powell, C.E. Sherrill, Jno. Suspler, J.C. Thompson, W.H. Upchurch Company G Killed: A.J. McCoy, J.M. Sheridan Wounded: Lt. J.A. Lowe, severe in (illegible word); Lt. A.R. Johnson, Acting Adjutant, severe in left breast Missing: Corp. J.J. Ricord, Henry C. Brown, Eli Branson, Jno. A. Fogleman, Lemuel(?) Johnson, J.P. McPherson, David McPherson, Jno. S. Jones, Merritt Rossan(?), Wm. Smutherly, Wm. A. Lineberry, Lt. W.G. Lane Company H Killed: Sgt. J.C. Fry, Corps. Neil McDonald and W.J. McNeill, A.S. Warner Wounded: Lt. Jno. H. McGilvary, contusion, severe; Page Brown, arm; C.D. Caddell, leg; Nelson Hunsucker, breast, severe; Jno. R. Keith, contusion; Wm. Malone, and W.H. McDonald, shoulder; Neil Smith, shoulder, died; C.W. Shaw, shoulder; J. Tysen, thigh fractured; R.P. Wilcox, thigh; Henry Williams, thigh fractured Missing: N.T. Fry, D.A. Graham, B.G. Hollingsworth, W.C. Moore, W.K. Nunnery, A. Stutts, E. Teague, W. Vuncannon, A.M.D. Williamson, N. Deaton Company I Killed: Seth T. Dula Wounded: Lt. Jos. G. Sudderth, arm and abdomen, mortal, since died; Sgt. Robert M. Blair, bowels, mortal, since died; Thomas M. Barlow, thigh, severely; Wm. Deal, hand; A.W. Felis or Felix, back; Payton Gibson, leg; Godwin Harris, thigh, severe; Jas. M. Simmons, face, arm and side; Jno. Watson, wrist, severe; Wm. McPherson, thigh, severe Missing: Jno. (or Jas. )Daniels, S.H. Hood, J.S. Lancy, Peter Lancy, James Lancy, Harvey Lefevere, C.(or O.) W. Shell, John Stallings, T.H. Watson Company K Wounded: Sgt. W.D. Webb, shoulder and hand; Corp. J.R. Jarman, thigh; J.W. Broadaway, heel; M. McDiarmid, leg and side; Jesse Short and Jno. B. Short, hand Missing: W.D. Smart, R. Willoughby, W.F. Sanders W.H. Gaither, Assistant Surgeon Fayetteville Observer, Monday, November 2, 1863 Guilford Grays This company suffered severely in the recent fight at Bristow—of those who were wounded, J.W. Rankin, John T. Sockwell, H.R. Forbis, H. Crider and R.D. Weatherly, have since died. The remains of Mr. Weatherly reached this place on Monday morning and were interred in the Presbyterian burying ground the following day. Greensboro’ Patriot Addendum: Fayetteville Observer, Monday, November 9, 1863 Casualties in N.C. Regiments Rappahannock Station, Va. October 26, 1863 Messrs. Editors: The following is a list of casualties in the 52nd Regiment N.C.T. in the fight at Bristow Station on the 14th inst. Company A Wounded: Jeremiah Green, severely; J.M. Winecoff, slightly Company B Wounded: Andrew Strider, severely, since died; Thomas A. Grissom, severely; Jno. Vuncannon, slightly Company C Wounded: Simon Riddick, slightly Company D Wounded: A.C. Brewer, severely; Richard Marshall, slightly Company E Nothing was listed in the paper, it skipped to Company F Company F Wounded: Sgt. Jno. A. Foster, slightly; John S. Foster and Smith Price, slightly Company G Wounded: Lt. Jno. Ga- - s, slightly; Corp. J.W. Goodson, severely; Freeland Mundy, slightly Company H Killed: J.H. Honeycutt Wounded: Corp. B.P. Austin, severely, since died; Capt. J.D. H - - - ns, slightly; Simon Smith and R.N. (last name illegible), (note, another word follows, it is illegible) Company K Wounded: Sgt. F.M. (last name illegible, starts with an ‘H’), severely; John Martin, R.W. (last name illegible, starts with an ‘M’) and W. (last name illegible, starts with an ‘R’), slightly. W.H. Lilly, Surgeon