These pages are dedicated to the memory of all the men from North Carolina that fought in the Civil War.
FREDERICKSBURG The following regimental casualties are in this document: 15th Regiment (two different lists, one from the North Carolina Standard and another from the Fayetteville Observer, not cross referenced, just shown as printed) 38th Regiment 16th Regiment 13th Regiment 27th Regiment Other Articles in this Document: Fredericksburg—letter from A.A. McIver, Company G (Robeson), 24th N.C. Fredericksburg—letter from T.A.B. of the 46th Regiment 48th Regiment 37th Regiment 24th Regiment 6th Regiment Fayetteville Observer, Monday, December 22, 1862 We learn from the Greensborough Patriot that Lt. Wier of that town of the 46th Regiment was killed and Col. John A. Gilmer, also of that town, of the 27th Regiment was severely wounded by a ball in his leg, at the battle of Fredericksburg. They have both, we believe, been in the service since the commencement of the war, and both have earned distinction on more than one bloody field. We believe that Col. Gilmer is a son of the late Hon. John a. Gilmer. Lt. Wier was a graduate of our University, of the class of 1860, and all who were at the commencement of that year must have been struck with the excellence of his patriotic oration and predicted for the intellectual youth a bright future. Alas that the fond hopes of parents and friends should thus early have been blasted. Lt. Jacob Shepperd, aged 21, was also among the killed at Fredericksburg. North Carolina Standard Raleigh December 24, 1862 The success of Burnside in crossing the Rappahannock was to have been looked for by those acquainted with the position of both parties. General Lee, therefore, allowed him to cross without risking too much in order to invite Burnside to a position favorable to our success. The result has proven his sagacity, the battle on Saturday last opened as early as 6:00 in the morning and continued during the day. General Jackson occupied the right and General Longstreet the left. A portion of Generals A.P. Hill, McLaw and Ransom’s divisions bore the brunt of the fight. The night closed with our troops in possession of the battlefield and the enemy driven back. A renewal of the fight was expected on Sunday and Monday but the latest information shows that Burnside had been so roughly handled he was in no temper to renew it. The following wounded officers and privates from North Carolina had arrived in Richmond at the last accounting: Lt. J.K. Wiggins, Company B, 16th N.C. Lt. W.H .Hold, Company D, 38th N.C. Captain H.C. Fise, Company H, 37th N.C. Lt. L. Crawford, Company A, 57th N.C. Pte. J.W. Pully, Company C, 24th N.C. J.W. Aycock, Company D, 24th N.C. J.H. Lindsay, Company A, 5th N.C. W. Carswell, Company F, 6th N.C. J. Hansom, Company G, 19th N.C. D.M. Baker, Company I, 2nd N.C. R. Candrell, Company I, 57th N.C. J.P. Sales, Company G, 54th N.C. W. Sauls, Company D, 54th N.C. J.E. Stancil, Company D, 54th N.C. J. Fields, Company F, 3rd Cavalry W. Wood, Company G, 54th N.C. R. Hanner, Company I, 3rd Cavalry North Carolina Standard Raleigh December 31, 1862 Headquarters 15th Regiment Camp near Fredericksburg, Dec. 18 Casualties in the Battle of Fredericksburg, December 13 Company A Killed: Privates R.H. Drake, W.C. Edwards, Levi Johnson Wounded: A.J. Britton, severely in head, C.R. Clark, slightly in head, J.B. Howell, slightly in hand and breast, John T. Brown, severely in breast Company B Killed: Privates James Alverson, Zachariah McFarland, Samuel McRorie, Phileomon M. Ritch Wounded: S.M. Alexander, leg, W.M. Broom, head, E.L. Broom, head, J.C. Baker, leg, Thomas Birmingham, Corp. B.G. Coon, Ptes. R.C. Forbis, C.J. Freeman, E.W. Griffin, H.B. Knotts, J.A. Lucas, J.C. Long, J.C. McLarty(?), R.M. McLelland, T.A. McLeane(?), J. McP - - - ol, W.P. Richardson, J.B.D. Steigall, James Summers, T.M. Thompson, W.T. Wolfe Company C Killed: Pte. E. Robinson Wounded: Corp. D.G. Blanton, Ptes. A.C. Putman, J.R. Hembrick, L.E. Lankford, M. Burns, F. Rominger, S.d. Blanton, W.D. Hames(?) Rames(?) Company D Killed: Corp. J.R. Froneberger, Pte. A.B. Jarold(?) Wounded: Sgt. W.P. Withrow, hand, Sgt. T.J. Withrow, leg, Corp. W.H. Hunt(?) Hunter(?), side, mortal, Pte. T. Bracket, slight in face, P.H. Philbrek, thigh, A.H. Erwin, head, S.F. Eller, foot C. Everhart, arm, A. Everhart, arm, M. Everhard, hand Company G Killed: G.W. Haeley Wounded: Lt. H.C. Kearney, slight, Pte. J.W. Wilson, Sgt. W.A. Blackley, slight, Sgt. G.R. Parham, slight in side, Corp. S.H. Moore, slight in hand, J.F. Ellington, shoulder and leg, Ptes. W.H. Allen, head, G.J. Andrews, severe in breast, H.T. Best, slight in thigh, Daniel Bunn, arm, R.H. Hinckley, serious in breast, J.H. Frazier, slight in hip, M.C. Holmes, slight in foot, J.H. Loy, slight in arm, A. May, slight in knee, A. Moore, slight in leg, (first initial illegible) R. Moore, slight in leg, S.G. Moore, serious in leg, Guilford Rudd, slight in arm, N. Strickland, slight in arm, Willis Pharrington, slight in breast and leg, M.D. Upchurch, slight in arm, G. Winston, slight in arm, G.T.C. Wier, serious in arm, R.W. Hight, slight in leg. Company F Killed: Pte. R.M. Nelson Wounded: Sgt. S. Patterson, sight in neck, Sgt. W.B. Smith, leg and breast, Ptes. John A. Johnston, hip, J.H. Lanier, arm, Daniel A. McDougall, knee, H.W. Shoat, foot, George M. Sink, hip, John A. Spence, knee Company G Wounded: Ptes. G.W. Colvard, shoulder, J.G. Burnett, arm, H.H. Gilham, hip, Henry Allen, thigh, J.G. Murphy, neck Company H Killed: Ptes. Orren Lamb, D. Spencer, John Moser(?) Wounded: Capt. W.G. Stone, head, Ptes. John Sink, arm, Oliver Kinney, hand, E.M. Weasner, leg Company I Killed: Ptes. J.S. Gurley, B.B.(?) Mayo, J.H. Williams Wounded: 1st Lt. H.T. Hart, slight in hand, 3rd Lt. S.M. Pender slight in face, Sgt. J. Johnson, severe in leg, Sgt. H.S. Leggett, slight in shoulder, Corp. J.W. White, slight in neck, Ptes. L. Billops(?), slight in shoulder, J.J. Bradley, slight in hip, J. Davis, slight in shoulder, W.T. Davis, severe in head, G.A. Little, severe in leg, D. Nickels, mortal in side, since died, R.F. Ricks, slight in side, O.(?-or C.) Sunlin(?), severe in hand, A. Taylor, slight in hand, L. Waddle, slight in side, W. Borden, slight in hand. Company K Wounded: 1st Lt. G.W. White, slight in shoulder, 3rd Lt. W.D. Braswell, slight in thigh, Corp. J.J. Coggins(?) severe in head and thigh, Corp. R.H. Braswell, severe in shoulder, Corp. R.D. Long, severe in thigh, Ptes. Ned Bullock, slight in head, F.M. Bradley, slight in knee, W.F. Garrey(?) slight in arm, John Gill severe in side and arm (missing), A.P. James, slight in side, W.H. Lander in hand and body, John W.T. Melton, hip, Josephus Shelton slight in head, J.R. Womble, slight in hand A.M. Houston, Acting Adjutant Second List for the 15th Regiment—this was from the Fayetteville Observer, Monday, Jan. 5, 1863 15th Regiment Killed: Company A—R.H. Drake, W.C. Edwards, Levi Johnson; Company B—Jas. Alverson, Zach McFarland, S. McRorie, P.M. Ritch; Company C—E. Robinson; Company D—Corp. J.R. Fronebarger, A.B. Jarrald; Company E—J.W. Wilson, G.W. Bailey; Company F—R.M. Nelson; Company H—Orren Lamb, D. Spencer, Jno. Moser; Company I—J.S. Gurley, B.B. Mayo, J.H. Williams, D. Nickels Company A Wounded: A.J. Britton, J.T. Brown, severely, C.R. Clark, J.B. Howell, slight Company B Wounded: S.M. Alexander, W. H. Broom, E.L. Broom, J.C. Baker, Thomas Birmingham, Corp. B.G. Coon, R.C. Ferbis, C.J. Freeman, E.W. Griffin, H.B. Knotts, J.A. Lucas, J.C. Long, J.C. McLarty, R.M. McLelland, T.A. McLeane, J.M. Pistol, W.P.Richardson, J.B.D. Steigall, Jas. Summers, T.M. Thompson, W.T. Wolfe Company C Wounded: Corp. D.G. Blanton, A.C. Putman, J.E. Hambrick, L.E. Lankford, M. Burns, F. Rominger, S.H. Blanton, W.D. Hames Company D Wounded: Sgt. W.P. Withrow, Corp. W.H. Hunt, R. Brackett, P.H. Philbeck, A.H. Erwin, S.F. Eller, C. Everhart, A. Everhart, M. Everhart Company E Wounded Slightly: Lt. H.C. Kearney, Sgts. W.A. Blackley, Sgt. G.R. Parham, Corp. S.H. Moore, J.F. Ellington, W.H. Allen, H.T. Best, Daniel Bunce, J.H. Frazier, M.C. Holmes, J.H. Joy, A. May, A. Moore, R.R. Moore, G. Rudd, N. Strickland, W. Tharrington, M.D. Upchurch, G. Winston, R.W. Hight Wounded Severely: G.J. Andrews, R.H. Blackley, S.G. Moore, G.T.C. Wier Company F Wounded: Sgt. S. Patterson, Sgt. W.B. Smith, John A. Johnston, J.H. Lanier, Haywood Mason, Benjamin Miller, Daniel A. McDougal, H.W. Sheaf, George M. Sink, Jno. A. Spence, G.G.W. Colvard, J.G. Burnett, H.H. Gilliam, Henry Allen, J.G. Murphey Company H Wounded: Capt. W.G. Stone, Jno. Sink, Oliver Kinney, E.M. Weasner Company I Wounded Slightly: Lt. B.T. Hart, Lt. S.M. Pender, Sgt. H.S. Leggett, Corp. J.W. White, L. Billups, J.J. Bradley, J. Davis, R.F. Ricks, A. Taylor, L. Waddle, W. Barden Wounded Severely: Sgt. J.M. Johnson, W.T. Davis, G.A. Little, O. Sumlin Company K Wounded Slightly: Lt. G.W. White, Lt. W.D. Braswell, Ned Bullock, F.M. Bradley, W.F. Garvey, A.P. James, W.H. Lander, J.W.T. Milton, Jos. Shelton, J.R. Womble Wounded Severely: Corp. J.J. Coggins, R.H. Braswell, R.D. Long, Jno. Gill Fayetteville Observer, Monday, January 5, 1863 Casualties in General Pender’s N.C. Brigade at Fredericksburg 38th Regiment Company A Wounded: Sgt. M.W. Brown, Lewis Thomas, Daniel Thomas, J.A. Best Company B Wounded: Sgt. H.B. Brown, L.W. Wooten Company C Wounded: Lt. R.F. Allen, Thomas Myers Company D Wounded: M. Lecamy, R. Shipp Company E Wounded: Sgt. J.J. Elliott, F. McDuffie Company H Wounded: J.J. Scarlett Company K Wounded: Capt. M.M. McLauchlin 34th Regiment Killed: E.L. Pendleton, W. Hutson Company A Wounded: Capt. N.E. Woode, E.J. Wiles Company B Wounded: William Brooks, J.H. Davis, Sgt. T.J. Strant Company C Wounded: Capt. F.L. Twitty, J.T. Henderson Company D Wounded: J.T. Freeland, J.R. Eurf, M.N. Frieze Company E Wounded: G.W. Robinson, Jno. F. Bess, S. Hoyle, J.J. London, L.S. Kindrick Company G Wounded: R.T. Stevens, J.H. Puckett 22nd Regiment Killed: Company L—Sgt. J.W. Luther; Company M—Corp. S.W. Trogden Company A Wounded: W.B. Clark, Sgt. P. Barlow, Sgt. S.A. Dule(?) Duls(?), C.A. Grier, Jno Coleman, Wm. Estes, G.L. Nelson, I. Palmer, H. Coffey, W.A. Fingle, J. Badger, W.A. Allen, G.H. Sider, L.J. Sudderth, Jas. Stattings, R. Deal Company B Wounded: Corp. E. Burnette, W.F. Burnette Company E Wounded: W.H. Reeves, S.Y. Baker, J.B. Jester, W.H. Dean, Richard Long, A.L. Ward Company F Wounded: Lt. D. Edwards, Sgt. B.H. Edwards Company G Wounded: Sgt. R.T. Blackwell, Sgt. M.R. Sartin, J.H. Rogers, T.G. Robertson, R. Simpson Company H Wounded: J.T. Langford, W.S. Joyce, Jerry Collins, P.H. Padget, C.H. Joyce Company I Wounded: D. Faulkner, Eli Johnson, P. Aldridge Company K Wounded: J.D. Burger, (first name or initial illegible) Yarborough Company L Wounded: H.D. Perry, A.P. Hutton, C.C. Jones, W.J. May, B.Y. Langley, J.A. Webster, J.A. Alfred Missing: Company H—Jas Fair; Company M—Sgt. W. A. Pounds 16th Regiment Killed: Company I—W.B. Whitaker, Lt. L.A. Ward; Company K—Corp. P.B. Green, Corp. W. Slewine Company B Wounded: Lt. Ira Profitt, T.F. Brooks, J.B. Calahan Missing: J.A. Woodnop, a. Brown, W.A. Thomas, Levi Hall, J. Divinnie(?) Company C Wounded: J.W. Wilson, Wm. Collis, W.S. Young Missing: Lt. W.J. Edney, Sgt. W.M. McLelland, W. Hensley, J.L. Ray, E.M. Hunnicutt, J.M. Hall, J. Keck, William Barnett Company D Wounded: Gee or Geo. Haris, D.D. Lancaster Missing: W.R. Harris Company E Wounded: J.W. McGalliard, corp. H.K. Branch, Sgt. S.K. Cannon, E. Baker Missing: A. Chapman Company F Wounded: J.A. Green, S.W. Hutchinson Company G Wounded: Capt. P. Erwin, Corp. W.G. Blanton, J.M. Atkinson, J.C. Mills, J.N. Pope, J. Steadman, B.G. Arrowood, Lt. J.B. Ford Company H Wounded: W. Sorrels, B.P. Jacobs Company I Wounded: Sgt. T.D. Brittain, Corp. G.W. Jones, J.M. Dewbury, J.G. Lowry, K.D. McCarson, E.K. Nelson Missing: M. Sutton Company K Wounded: Capt. J.C. Camp, Sgt. J.C. Wilson, Jno. Cooly, S. Johnston, P.M. Henderson Company M Wounded: Lt. W.W. Noland, A. Hoves, J. Ruffstettler, J.H. Hooper, Stephen Pettus, J.R. Benton Missing 13th Regiment Killed: Company A—C.O. Hawkins, F. Sawyers; Company B—L.W. McGinn; Company C— Sgt. J.L. Hamlett, A. Powers, W. Campbell; Company G—Corp. W.J. Andrews, L.H. Perdue Company A Wounded: Sgt. J.H.F. Graves, J.C. Reagan, A. Haralson Company B Wounded: W.J. Taylor, W.R. Wryfield, J.W. Mulvee Company C Wounded: W. Brandon, S. Covington Company D Wounded: G.N. Austin Company F Wounded: Lt. F. Williams, Lt. A.M.C. Dobbin, Corp. J.D. James, G.W. Peturew, J. Hodges, H. Gatlin, D.C. Wallace Company G Wounded: Corp. H.E. Wilkinson, W.E. Garnett Company H Wounded: Lt. J.M. Smith, T. Featherstone Company I Wounded: Charles Davis, B. Wall, G. Trexler, Corp. J.A. Thomas, Lt. W.N. Winchester Company K Wounded: Corp. N.A. Maxwell, J.R. Gulleck, Jas. Warren, F. Pettigrew Other North Carolina Regiments (all above was Pender’s Brigade) 27th Regiment Killed: Company B—B.W.D. Archer; Company C—Jno Hines; Company G—M. B. Robinson Company A Wounded: Corp. Soals, B. and E. Holloman Company B Wounded: J.M. Hardin Company C Wounded: Lt. Wooten, Ptes. Collins, Field, Patton, Wine, Barrow Company E Wounded: Ptes. Smith, Brady, Crawford, Askew, Corbitt, Cason Company F Wounded: Ptes. Weeks, Jackson, Small Company G Wounded: Ptes. Patterson and Thompson Company H Wounded: Capt. Williams, Sgt. Smith, Ptes Congleton, Withington Company I Wounded: Lt. Smith, Sgt. Ward, Pte. Owens Company K Wounded: Pte. Coley Field and Staff: Wounded, Col. J.A. Gilmer 18th Regiment Killed: Company B—W. Roberts; Company C—T.P. Ward, W. Best, M.M. Hampton; Company H—S.G. Allison; Company I—D. Bell, P. Palmer, M. Southard, J. Fulks; Company K—Corp. J.A. Dunham, J.D. McDonald, C. Swindle, J.W. Higgins, R.B. Campbell Field and Staff Wounded: Col. T.J. Purdie, Adjt. W.H. McLaurin Company A Wounded: Capt. T. W. Bruner, J.M. Simmons, F.W.W. Sumlin, D. Stearns, slight Company B Wounded: Lt. T.K. Wiggins, N. Pate, slight, Sgt. W.J. Edwards, A.J. Cain, B.B. Gause, L. Blackwell, severe Company C Wounded: Lt. S.A. Long, Corp. J.W. Stephens, S. M. Stephens, S.A. Vause, severe, D.r. Best, slight, D. Green, slight, E.K. Vause, slight, Julius Dula, slight, G. Mull, slight, T.J. Martin, slight, J.B. Stokes, slight, J.S. Peevey, slight, W. Benfield, slight Company D Wounded: R.R. Williams, E. Spivey, severe, the following slightly: Neill Edwards, Robert E. Barney, D.R. Parker, W.O. Andrews Company D Wounded slightly: W.J. Coos, G.W.P. Woodcock, L.H. Malpass Company F Wounded: W.H. Powell, severe, wounded slightly: J.B. McKinnon, J.G. Martin, N.A. McNeill, William Watters, Jeff Baynard, W. Harriss Company G Wounded Severely: Lt. B.A. Hallett, L. Church, A.W. Hamrick, W.L. Ensley, L.W. Russell, wounded slightly: Lt. J.J. Poisson, Corp. R.T. Lloyd, Corp. E.J. Moore, G.W. Carlton, R.S. Wilkins, E. Hawkins, W. F. Wilson, J.D. Ells(?) Company H Wounded: D.M. Barefoot, severely, wounded slightly: Sgt. A.G. Smith, Sgt. H.Hall, J.R. Baldwin, Jas. Jolley, W.H. Joyner, J.A. Hinson Company I Wounded severely: S. Bell, J.J. Arwood, S.A. Godfrey, H.H. Burgess Wounded slightly: R.C. and W.A. Burgess, Jas. A. Evans, T.M. Casey, H. Jones Company K Wounded slightly: Sgt. W.H. Kins, J.M. Collins, J.W. Cain, George Jones, A.W. Jessup Wounded severely: Corp. J.W. Sykes, D.M. Monroe, W.J. McDuffie Fayetteville Observer, Monday, December 22, 1862 From the North Carolina Soldiers Correspondence of the Fayetteville Observer From Company G (Robeson), 24th N.C. Battlefield, Fredericksburg, Dec. 15 Messrs Editors: The morning of the 11th we were roused from our bivouacs by the signal guns. Barksdale’s brigade from Mississippi had a fight in the streets in the early morning—nothing else done. On the 13th sharp skirmishes and heavy booming—only one man dangerously wounded in the 24th N.C. About 9:00 at night our regiment was put in front and posted in line at the head of Main Street. Next morning the battle opened upon our regiment and the 24th(?) Georgia. We fought all day and piled the ground with Yankee slain. The following is a list of the gallant dead and wounded of my company: Killed—Corp. James D. McAlister and Corp. Malcolm J. Morrison Wounded—Sgt. A.P. McKinnon shot through the body, Corp. P.D. Brown in arm, Ptes. John H. Baker, thigh, D.E. McBryde, thigh (since amputated), Owen Tatom, arm, Riley M. Wh(rest of name is illegible), Wm. S. Smith, head and dangerously, one name illegible, Robert McGeachey(?), very lsightly in shoulder. The wounds of Sgt. McKinnon and Private Baker and McBryde are dangerous but they are all in such good spirits that I am inclined to think at least I hope, they will survive. All the remainder are doing well and are in excellent spirits considering their condition. Corporals McAlister and Morrison were both shot through the head. McAlister was killed in the first of the fight, while in the act of shooting. Both of them have been noted in the company for bravery and good behavior and I would say to their relatives and friends that we brought them off the field and gave them a decent burial. The fighting was the most terrible we have been called upon to endure. The enemy charged over a dozen times and four times charged up within forty yards but every time we repulsed them. The world may judge how we fought when it is told that we fired 85 rounds but about 4:00 our cartridges gave out. No proposals were heard to give back but every man became a hero and proposed to beat them back with the bayonets. We had all the advantages of position and Cobb’s Brigade and our little division is said to have repulsed 60,000 of the enemy. Yours, etc., A.A. McIver Captain, Co. G, 24th Regiment N.C.T. Letter from the 46th Regiment Bivouac Before Fredericksburg December 12, 1862 Messrs. Editors: The sun is just up, the ground is white with frost, and the remains of the recent snow lies lingering on the hillsides; the man are clustered around their smoky fires, trying to keep warm, and I am seated on a knapsack while I write. Sunday morning, Dec. 14—It would require much time to relate to you all the incidents of yesterday. Soon after I stopped writing, the firing of the pickets in front of us became general. We, of the 46th, 15th, 27th and 48th N.C. advanced in line of battle, and on reaching the summit of the hill we opened fire on the abolitionists whom we saw drawn up between us and the river. We kept up a terrific fire until they wavered and commenced falling back, when we again advanced, and gained a rock fence on the east side of the telegraph road, behind which the 24th Georgia was lying. We were almost invulnerable in our new position and kept up a continual firing until about 10:00 at night. The 48th and 15th N.C. kept their position on the hill to our left, where they kept up an incessant fire until after dark. It was about 2:00 pm when we went into the fight. The enemy attempted to advance on us seven times during the day but we mowed them down like grass, and they were compelled to fall back in disorder. They planted their colors and rallied their men to them but they would not stand. They even attempted to charge us after dark but our boys treated them to such a volley of lead that they left the field and the ball was closed for the day. The 27th N.C. was stationed on our right. The 25th N.C. joined us during the evening. The 24th Georgia remained behind the fence, but the N.C. regiments resumed their former positions in the rear of the hill to rest the remainder of the night. Ransom’s entire division was engaged on our part of the line. It is unnecessary that I should expatiate upon the unsurpassed bravery of our N.C. boys, you have had too many instances of their heroism. It is sufficient to say that they sustained the fighting character of the old north state and did not falter, though their comrades fell beside them. All engaged from whatever state, fought with great gallantry and enthusiasm and the officers stood by their men. The day was ours—the ground in front of us was literally covered with the “blue coats” but of the entire number lost on either side I have not heard. Ours, in comparison with the enemy, was small. Though we rejoice in the victory God has been pleased to award to us, we regret to record the loss of noble men. Lt. S.P. Weir of Company F, 40th N.C. fell pierced in the head by a minie ball. Major J.M. Kelly of the 35th N.C. was also killed. General Jno. R. Cook was severely wounded but not thought mortally; Col John A. Gilmer of the 27th N.C. was wounded in the jaw; Lt. Daniel Stuart, Co. D, 46th N.C. severely wounded in the hip; Lt. C.c. Goldston and N. McNeill, Company H and Alexander Rowe, Company K, 46th N.C. were wounded. The entire loss in killed and wounded of the 46th N.C. is estimated to be 75. I have not learned the losses in the other regiments. Capt. E.D. Hall, being senior, took command of Oates(?) Brigade, Capt. C. Stuart took command as lieutenant colonel of the 46th N.C. and Captain A. C. McAlister as major. Monday, Dec. 15—The weather now is pleasing and the boys in fine spirits. Very respectfully yours, T.A.B., 46th N.C. Regiment Fayetteville Observer, Monday, January 5, 1863 Casualties at Fredericksburg, 48th Regiment Field and Staff Wounded: Lt. Col. S.H. Walkup, Maj. A.A. Hill Company A Killed: Privates Osborne, Thomas, J.P. Presson, C.J. Ritch Wounded: J.S. Broom, Sgt. P. Holmes, J.W. Irby, Corp. D. N. Hall, Sol Holmes, J.T. Saney, A.C. and M. Prerssley, Corp. S. Polk, J. Alexander, L.F. Austin, W.P. Rape, E.F. Rushing, Sgt. P. Broom, Sylvester Acock, B. Holmes, Sgt. C. Moser, Wm. B. May, Jackson Phillips, Corp. P. Irby, Phillip Penniger, C.D. Holmes, J.(or I.) P. Penniger, S.D. Baker, W.W. Owen, J.W. Mullis (or Mullin), J.M. Thomas, W.E. Manns, E.H. Stegall Company B Wounded: Sgt. G.W. Pope, Obediah Shaw, T.W. Johnston, Wm. Jarrett, Wm. Tysinger, P. Ward, Sgt. B.F. Hilyard Company C Killed: W.L. Christey, J.S. Lippard Wounded: Lt. J.K. Potts, J.M. Walker, M.S. Brem, E.C. Kimble, A. Bass, Hugh A. Cline, D.S. Lentz, Riley Davis, J.R. McNeely, C.A. Troutman, G.W. Elliott, Corp. J.F. McKaly, W.S. Cook, P.C. Johnston, J.(?) B. Josey, R.C. Knox, W.R. Moore, W.D. Astwalt, W.F. Ritchie, W.J. Waugh Company D Killed: Z. Cobbin Wounded: Capt. J.C. Dowd, foot, Sgt. M.C. Phillips, head, Corp. Baxton Phillips, hand, Privates Jas. H. Lambeth, face, J.A. Stutts, heel, W.C. Phillips and D. Pascal, head, Jas. Forrest and Reuben Hancock, shoulder, K. Bryan, face, J.M. Wallace, breast, G. Fine, leg, G.W. Gilmer, hip, S.W. Broadaway, hand Company E Killed: Lt. P.W. Plyler, John Rogers Wounded: Sgt. T.C. Eubanks, Wm. Elliott, F. Starus, R. Simms, Corp. J. Belk, E.H. Stegall, J.W. Parker, M.R. Starns, Carey Deason, David Autry, A. Jenkins, Wm. Tadlock, J.M. Parker, Sgt. J.C. Wadsworth, Wm. Starns, Ellison Hays, Sgt. C.C. Correll, Daniel D. Rogers, Levi Johnston, J. Pigg Mortally wounded: Harrison Osborne Company F Killed: C.B. McGinnis, Jas Vickery, D. Haskey Wounded: Capt. H.A. Gray, Lt. W. Howard,Corp. D.P. Belk, Owen Pope, A.M. Nesbit, Wm. Vickery, D.C. Godfrey, Robert Fowler, Sgt. J.M. Walker, Sylvander Williams, Corp. R.C. Delany, J.M. Braswell, Corp. K.R. Gordon, Lewis Baker, S. Jarman Mortally wounded: Sgt. Erwin Simpson Company G Wounded: Lt. E.L. Tysor, wrist, A.A. Young and Henry Mimms, foot, P.R. Jones, Daniel Vestal, ankle, Blake Hart, breast, J.M. Dowdy, arm, D.H. Snyder and J.N. Hill, head, Alvia Moore, face, J.T. Guthrie, hand, C.M. Holt, thigh, B.H. Guthrie and T.w. Dowdy, shoulder, Jno Riddle, wrist, A.J. Beale and J.M. Poshee (or Foshee), leg, Joseph Stone, hip Mortally wounded: Westly Clodfelter, dead Company H Killed: Jacob Myers Wounded: Lts. J.F. Heitman, Wm. F. Beasley and Erastus Smith, Saul Leonard, Elias Leatherman, C. Haggie (or Haggle), Jas. F. Cox, Jas. W. Smith, Adam Enerhardt, A. Phillips, Thomas Wall, Corp. Reuben Grimes, F. Sambeth, Corp. J. Kinsey, Wm. Essex, M. Hartley, Franklin Miller, F. Livengood, E. Fishell Mortally Wounded: A. Davis, Jesse James Company I Killed: Sgt. J.S. Long, S. Beattie Wounded: Lt. Sugar Dulin, Wm. A. Austin, J.M. Love, R. Stegall, Albert Dees, Wm. I. Cook, R.A. Burnett, John Kostier, Sgt. A.H. Boyt, Wm. B. Long, W.B. Hoyle, Corp. S.B. Hart, Bishop Brothers, J.F. Hill, S.A. Miller Mortally Wounded: John Wright, dead Company K Killed: Sol Roberts, John Yarbrough, W. Bodenheimer Wounded: (Transcriber’s note, not exactly positive the following wounded are from this company) Lts. J.C. Stafford, H.C. Banner, and Walter bitting, Reuben Proctor, F. Hiatt, W.D. Smith, Corps. W.H. Goodman and Jno Weimer, B. Ransom, Sgt. A. Keiger, M.r. Sapp, Romulus Tash, Martin Evert, A.M. Riggins, Mathias Reed, Jas. Morgan, Adam Clodfelter, Jacob Fulk, Sgt. J. Reed, Lewis Westmoreland, W.H. Wolf, W. Caudle, Jno Crouch, W. Eiger, Wm. Hasten, A.F. Mossinger (or Morsinger) Casualties 37th Regiment Field and Staff Wounded: Col. W.M. Barber and Maj. W.G. Morris Company A Killed: Andrew Gentry, John Mash, W. Mullins, Shadrach Miller Missing (Prisoner): Alex Bullison Wounded: Lt. W.A. Stuart, Sol Henck (or Honck), Silas May, Willy Severt, J.P. Fisher, Thomas Trivet, Sgt. H. Tomlinson, M.B. Stringer, Geo. Black, Corp. J. Taylor Company B Killed: W.B. Robbins, W. Pitts Missing (Prisoner): Jas. S. Greer Wounded: Lt. J.B. Todd, S. Green, Henry Cook, Larkin Hodges, Jesse Miller, Alfred Miller, Corp. J.W. Hughes Company C Killed: J.R. Hamilton, H.M. Hagens Missing (Prisoner): M. Stroup, J.C. Walker, C. Stroup Wounded: Lt. J.W. Pottus, Corp. A.J. Derr, B. Burleson, M.C. Dellinger, W. Henderson, E.M. Pucket, S.J. Stuart, D.A. Soloman, J.A. Todd Company D Killed: R.A. Gardner Missing (Prisoner): A.W.H. Price, S.T. Carelock, G. Medlin Wounded: J.C. Nantz, R.A. Laney, Patrick Little, David C. Thomas, Sampson Collins, Jno. Q. Adams, Wm. T. Griffin Company E Killed: Sgt. J.M. Farthing, N.C. Shull Wounded: Corps. J.E. Tribit and Marion Wilson, W. H. Cable, J.O. Lusk, A. F. Mitchell, J.W. Monday Company F Killed: A.L. Bell, M.B. Turner Missing (Prisoner): Sgts. J.T. Forrester and B.F. Clary, D.L. Bowman, M. M. Bowman, Lowrie Dula, W.A. Deal, D. Fox, Willis and W.F. Parks, W.S. McGee, E. Wallace Wounded: Sgt. T.S. Vannoy, Corp. J.A. Keeler(?), H.M. Bryan, W.H. Lackey, Jno. Parsons, Jas. Isenhower Company G Killed: D.A. Meadows Wounded: Lt. J.B. Foot(?)Pool(?), Jno. Harrington, J.M. Baumgarner, R.B. Smith, D.F. Harmon(?), Jas. Snow, R.B. Queen, L.L. Watts, Wm. Austin, Tobias Barnes, Jas. Crouch, Sgt. Alex Campbell Company H Killed: Sgt. Jas. Alexander, E.C. Lineberger Missing (Prisoner): H.S. Beam, J. Brymer, H. Wright Wounded: Capt. H.C. Fight, Jacob Hovas, C. Stroup, F.(?) H. Paysour, M.C. Abernathy Company I Killed: A.J. Hovas Missing (Prisoner): R.A. Sharp, J.L. Orr, Thomas Devine, W.J. Crocker Wounded: Lt. W.M. Sitts(?), J.W. Clark, J.W. Maunty(?), F. Clarke, J. Stearns, R.A. Sharp Company K Wounded: Sgt. W. Ross(?), Corp. Jno Halsey, Hugh Blevins, Jno J. Owens, Henry Treadway, Jacob McBrady, Jonathan Lee, James T. Hy(?), Zach Phillips, John Tilly(?), Frank Parsons, and Isaac Privet, supposed to be dead Casualties 24th Regiment: Company A Killed: George Newton Wounded: A. Jefferson Whitfield, mortally, Jas. Beaver, severe, Jno. D. Horton, slight Company B Killed: Jas. W. Davis Wounded: Corp. Jas. R. Williams, Pte. Jas. C. Canady(?) and Jas. K. White, severe, David G. Henderson and Jesse W. Spight, slight Company D Wounded: Sgt. John Johnson, slight Company E Wounded: Lt. Loudon Brown, severe, Wm. Woney, arm broken, John W. West, jas. Ganis and Jno. Wilkins, slightly Company F Wounded: Sgts. Hector Strickland and Wm. H. Cuthbreth(?), severe, Ged R. Stannel, slight, Jno Gardner and Wm. F. Warrick, mortally Company G Killed: Corps. J.A. McAlister and Malcolm J. Harrison Wounded: Sgt. Archibald P. McKinnon, Milby White, Duncan E. McBride, mortally, Corp. Pat D. Brown, Hector(?) Baker, Owen Tatum, Wm. S. Smith, Neil Livingston, Riley M. White, severe, Malcolm McCormich, Robert McGauchy(?), slight Company I Wounded: Jas. A. Royals, severe Casualties 6th Regiment Company B Killed: Corp. W.H. Wedding Wounded: W.R. Riggs, G. T. Laws, severe, W. Watson Company C Wounded: Wm. A----- (Annas?), J. McKerrall, slight Company E Wounded: Sgt. S.D. Dunnavant, W.S. Ford, slight, J.S. English, severe Company F Wounded: Lt. G.N. Albright, severe, R.G. Thompson, J.C. Gibson, slight Company G Killed: J.M. Walker, J. C. Swisher Wounded: G. F. Shinn, R.F. Graham, John Howard, slight, W.J. Smith, severe, Sandy Donohoe, slight Company H Wounded: W.D. Richmond, severe Company K Killed: Harrison Moore, W.A. Roscoe Wounded: John Burton, slight