Battles and Skirmishes Around Petersburg May-June-July-August-September-October, 1864

    These pages are dedicated to the memory of all the men from North Carolina that fought in the Civil War.

     (NOTE:  Includes 58th & 60th N.C.T., Johnson’s Army, two casualty lists)
    Ridley’s Shop (Also spelled Riddle’s Shop in some papers)
    Ground Squirrel Church, May 11
    Brook Church, May 12
    Bermuda Hundred, May 20
    Cannon’s Landing, May 25
    Haw’s Shop, May 27
    Stowe’s Farm, May 31
    Near Gaines Mills, May 31
    Ashland, June 1
    Turkey Hill, June 10
    White Oak Swamp, June 15
    Baylor’s Farm, June 15
    Camp Hill, June 16
    Wilson’s Raid, June 21
    Harper’s Ferry, July 4
    Chesterfield Heights, July 8
    Near Washington D.C., July 12
    Snicker’s Ford or Snicker’s Gap or Snicker’s Ferry, July 18
    Deep Bottom, July 28
    White’s Tavern, August 15 & 16
    Battle on the Weldon Road, August 21
    Reams’ Station, August 26
    Near Winchester, Sept. 5, Sept. 19, Sept. 22
    Fisher’s Hill, Sept. 22
    New Market, Sept. 24
    Fort Harrison, Sept. 30
    Battle of Jones Farm, Sept. 30-Oct. 1
    Burgess’ Mill, October 27
    NOTE:  Because of the way the casualty lists were written, by dates inclusive instead of by battle, 
    some of the Wilderness and Cold Harbor statistics are also below, intermingled
    38th N.C.T., casualties mid June at Riddle’s Shop
    52nd N.C.T., 1st to 16th June
    38th N.C.T., casualties 22nd June
    1st N.C.T., June 21 to June 23
    The Cumberland Ploughboys
    49th  N.C.T., Company D, 18th to 23rd  June
    27th N.C.T., June 1 to June 17
    3rd  N.C. Cavalry, Battles around Petersburg up to June 21
    58th N.C.T., Johnston’s Army (Included here because of time frame, but no dates listed)
    60th N.C.T., Johnston’s Army (Included here because of time frame, but no dates listed)
    24th N.C.T. Highland Boys
    56th N.C.T., 19th June to 21st July
    44th N.C.T., Company H, 5th May to 10th July
    53rd N.C.T., July 4 to July 18 (see also below)
    24th N.C.T., July 30
    25th N.C.T., July 30
    35th N.C.T., July 30
    49th N.C.T., July 30
    56th N.C.T., July 30
    32nd N.C.T., July 1 to July 13
    43rd N.C.T., July 1 to July 13
    45th N.C.T., July 1 to July 13
    53rd N.C.T., addendum to above listing July 1 to July 12
    2nd N.C. Bat., July 1 to July 13
    32nd N.C.T., July 18, Snicker’s Ferry
    43rd N.C.T., July 18, Snicker’s Ferry
    45th N.C.T., July 18, Snicker’s Ferry
    53rd N.C.T., another addendum to above listing, July 18, Snicker’s Ferry
    2nd N.C. Bat., July 18, Snicker’s Ferry
    Charlotte Light Battery, May 6 to July 31
    8th N.C.T., Company E
    18th N.C.T., Deep Bottom, July 28
    15th N.C.T., August 21
    27th N.C.T., August 21
    46th N.C.T., August 21
    48th N.C.T., August 21
    28th N.C.T., August 21
    5th N.C. Cavalry (brief paragraph) Battle on the Weldon Rd., Aug. 21
    26th N.C.T., Battle on the Weldon Road, August 21
    44th N.C.T., Battle on the Weldon Road, August 21
    24th N.C.T., Sunday, August 21
    38th N.C.T., Aug. 21 at Davis’ Farm and Aug. 26 at Reams’ Station
    24th N.C.T., Company G, “engagements around Petersburg”
    26th N.C.T., Battle at Reams’ Station, August 26
    26th N.C.T., Company F, May 5 to early September
    56th N.C.T., Company B, “late engagements on the Petersburg & Weldon Rds.”,  8-21
    7th N.C.T., Ream’s Station, Aug. 25
    18th N.C.T., Ream’s Station, Aug. 25
    28th N.C.T., Ream’s Station, Aug. 25
    33rd N.C.T., Ream’s Station, Aug. 25
    37th N.C.T., Ream’s Station, Aug. 25
    1st N.C. Cavalry, May 11 to August 21
    32nd N.C.T. August 21, Charlestown, Va.
    43rd N.C.T. August 21, Charlestown, Va.
    45th N.C.T. August 21, Charlestown, Va.
    53rd N.C.T. August 21, Charlestown, Va.
    2nd N.C. Battalion August 21, Charlestown, Va.
    46th N.C.T., Reams Station, August 25
    52nd N.C.T., August 21
    3rd N.C. Cavalry, Company D (Highland Rangers) May 27 to August 21
    43rd N.C.T., near Winchester, Sept. 5
    32nd N.C.T., near Winchester, Sept. 5
    45th N.C.T., near Winchester, Sept. 5
    53rd N.C.T., near Winchester, Sept. 5
    30th N.C.T., Company H, near Winchester, Sept. 19
    14th N.C.T., at Winchester, Sept. 19
    51st N.C.T., Fort Harrison, 30th Sept.
    8th N.C.T., Company E, Fort Harrison, 30th Sept.
    51st N.C.T., Company A, Fort Harrison, 30th Sept.
    31st N.C.T., Companies B(?) and I, Fort Harrison, 30th Sept.
    44th N.C.T., September 30 and October 1
    23rd N.C.T. September 19, 22, 24
    54th N.C.T., near Winchester, Va., Sept. 19 & 22
    51st N.C.T., Company I, in the “different battles of the campaign”
    52nd N.C.T., 30th Sept. to 2nd October
    14th N.C.T.
    44th N.C.T., Burgess’ Mill, October 27
    35th N.C.T., commissioned officers
    49th N.C.T., officers
    Miscellaneous Casualties
    7th N.C.T., Company C, from 5th May to 25th August
    61st (?) N.C.T. at Cold Harbor on the 12th and around Petersburg 16-19
    4th N.C. Cavalry, fight at Baylor’s Farm, June 15
    21st N.C.T., since June 1, 1864
    42nd N.C.T., June 1 to June 15 (includes Turkey Hill 6-10); also Stowe’s Farm 5-31
    31st N.C.T., June 1 near Gaines Mills
    28th N.C.T., no dates given
    4th N.C. Cavalry, August 19
    28th N.C.T., August 16 & 18
    47th N.C.T., Ream’s Station, August 25
    22nd N.C.T., Ream’s Station
    2nd N.C. Infantry, Sept. 19
    3rd N.C. Infantry, near Winchester, Sept. 19
    4th N.C.T., no dates given
    14th N.C.T., no dates given
    13th N.C.T., no dates given
    6th N.C.T., Sept. 19, Battle at Winchester
    33rd N.C.T. in the “engagements of 30th Sept. and 1st Oct.” (Battle of Jones Farm)
    47th N.C.T. in the Battle of  Jones Farm
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, June 27, 1864
    Casualties 38th N.C. Troops, Wednesday, 22nd June
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, July 25, 1864
    Near Petersburg, Va., June 25
    Messrs. Editors:  Since my last list of casualties furnished of the engagement at Riddle’s Shop, 
    we have had the great misfortune of losing the following on Wednesday, 22nd inst., in an 
    engagement about three miles north of this place, which you will please publish for the 
    information of those so interested.
    Field and Staff:  Col. Jno. Ashford, foot, slight
    Company A
    Killed:  B.W. Mareddy
    Wounded:  Wm. H. Davis, groin, severe—prisoner
    Company B
    Killed:  1st Sgt. R.H. Joyce
    Wounded:  Newton Charles, severe
    Company C
    Killed:  Marshall Vann
    Wounded:  R.R. Jackson, hip, severe; Sgt. J.W. Lindsay, arm, slight, Ed Johnson, shoulder, 
    Company D
    Wounded:  Sgt. N.J. Lewis, shoulder and leg, severe
    Company E
    Killed:  R.P. Brooks
    Missing:  B.J. Bolton, Alex Bruten
    Company F
    Wounded:  Sgt. N.R. Sigman, thigh, severe;; Alfred Sitzer, shoulder; M. Cloniger, side, slight; 
    John Fox, arm amputated
    Company G
    Killed:  Sgt. L.W. Morrison
    Wounded:  C.(or O.) H. Hooper(?), mortally; W.H. Lackey, arm amputated
    Company H
    Wounded:  A.S. Gadd, arm amputated
    Company I
    Killed:  M.S. Beam
    Wounded:  W.P. Pannell, foot, severe; E.N. Harrell, face, slight
    Very Respectfully,
    D.M. McIntire, Adj., 38th N.C.T.
    Casualties 52nd N.C.T. Kirkland’s Brigade, Lee’s Army, from 1st to 16th June
    Company A
    Wounded:  Capt. J.M. Alexander, breast, slight; Lt. J.C. Hill, right arm, severe; Sgt. C.F. Walter,
    right leg, flesh; Privates J.H. Kezale(?), breast, slight; H.D. Ross, left foot and shoulder, severe;
    J.H. Hutts, right shoulder, bad
    Company B
    Wounded:  Private E. Cole, right thigh, bad
    Missing:  Privates James Phillips, Samuel Williams
    Company C
    Killed:  Private Rich Lassiter(?)
    Wounded:  Private George Hurrell, left hip, bad
    Company D
    Wounded:  Corp. J.C. White, hip
    Company E
    Wounded:  Corp. B.F. Covington, left arm, flesh; Private W.F. Sandford, left leg, flesh
    Company F
    Killed:  M.G. Parke
    Wounded:  Private G.F. Owens, groin, bad; T.C. Milous(?), left hand, slight; J.B. Foster, left arm 
    and leg slight; Jno. Shepherd, left arm, slight
    Company G
    Killed:  Corp. W.E. Edwards, J.C. Tucker
    Wounded:  Lt. John Gutiens(?), neck; Sgt. L.M. Dellinger, ankle, slight; Privates J.C. Luckey, 
    right knee, slight; Jno. Goodson, left hand, slight
    Company H
    Killed: W.F. Abernathy
    Wounded:  D.M. Black, right shoulder, slight
    Missing:  Private C.G. Center
    Company I
    Wounded:  Lt. S.S. Lilly, right arm, flesh; Private Reuben Smith, head, serious
    Company K
    Wounded:  Private Peter Jones, thigh, flesh
    Missing:  Private A.B. Walker
    E.J. DeBerry, Hospital Steward, 52nd N.C.T.
    Casualties 38th N.C.T., Lee’s Army, mid June, 1864
    Ridley’s Shops, Virginia, June 17
    Messrs. Editors:  Please publish the following list of casualties from this regiment in the skirmish 
    at this place on Monday last with the enemy’s dismounted cavalry.
    Company A, Capt. Armstrong commanding
    Wounded:  Private Wm. M. Hurst, side and arm, slight
    Company B, Captain Robinson commanding
    Wounded:  Jack Thornton, arm, slight
    Company D, Captain Darden commanding
    Wounded:  Lt. W.E. Faison, arm fractured
    Company E, Lt. Covington commanding
    Wounded:  Privates Jno. Thrower, Benjamin Smith, Elisha Battern, all slight
    Company F, Captain Deal commanding
    Wounded:  Private Lanson Shook, slight
    Company G, Lt. W.E. Faison (Company D) commanding
    Wounded:  Private S.N. Hines, severe
    Company I, Lt. Blanton commanding
    Wounded:  Private B.D. Durham, left arm amputated
    D.M. McIntire, Adjutant, 38th N.C.T.
    From Lane’s Brigade, extract from a letter dated June 15
    Line of Battle, east of Riddick’s Shops, June 15
    When I wrote you last we were still at our honeycombed house on the line at Turkey Ridge.  
    Sunday evening the enemy were more active than usual, shelling our lines and worrying us 
    with their long-winded minnies.  Nevertheless our sharpshooters reported a diminution in the 
    number of tents behind their breastworks.  So, sure enough, before dawn, we were waked with 
    the information that the Yankee army had sneaked from our front—retreated we call it—in 
    pursuit of us, they would say.  About 9 or 10, we left our lines, after pursuing the enemy for 
    several miles with our skirmishers, and arrived near Riddle’s Shop around 2:00 pm.  The cavalry 
    guarding the river crossings down the Charles City Road had been driven back and our division 
    was quickly thrown into action, charging the enemy and driving him a mile or so.  Our brigade 
    was in the second line of this advance.  We were soon put in the front line on right of our division, 
    and late in the evening the division was ordered forward.  We drove the enemy nearly two miles.  
    Our brigade lost very few during the day.  Scales’ brigade behaved very gallantly and lost 
    severely.  We had much less opposition in our advance.
    E.J.H., Jr.
    On the Field near Petersburg, June 19
    Messrs. Editors:
    Allow me space to inform the friends of my company our whereabouts and condition.  On the 
    night of the 15th June, Ransom’s Brigade was moved from the north side of the James and 
    marching all night, reached Petersburg early on the morning of the 16th.  We  moved through 
    the city and on arriving at the eastern suburbs were saluted with a shower of shell.  We moved 
    on out of Prince George Road about one mile, formed line of battle and dashed forward to gain 
    our line of entrenchments, which we reached without much loss. 
    The Yankees soon charged and were repulsed.  The 24th took more prisoners than we had then
    for duty.  At day break on the 17th, the enemy broke through a Tennessee brigade which joined 
    Ransom’s brigade on the left.  The 24th was on the left of Ransom’s and the enemy were in our 
    rear.  We did not surrender, but formed line perpendicular to the rear by regiments and the whole 
    brigade drew off in good order without any confusion.
    During the evening of the 17th the enemy again broke the lines to our left (Wise’s brigade).  
    Ransom’s Brigade was moved to the left and charged and regained the works.  The 35th lost 
    heavily in this charge.  Early on the morning of the 18th, our line was drawn in and we threw up 
    new works.  The Yankees treated us very kindly by not charging us until we had our works 
    nearly completed and when they came we gave them fits.  Their loss is terrible and will be more 
    terrible before they get Petersburg and Richmond.
    Through the mercies of God I have only to report the following casualties:  
    Wounded:  Sgt. P.D. Brown, severely in leg; Sgt. Jas. W. Regan slight in hand and shocked by 
    a bomb; Private R.G. McNair, in side slight. Privates N.A. Campbell, H. Biggs and Z.B. Wilson
    are in the hands of the enemy.  I trust that neither of them are wounded.
    We are in reserve now and are resting. The boys are much jaded but all in good spirits.  All quiet 
    on the line this morning except the rifles of the sharpshooters and occasionally the discharge of 
    a cannon.
    A.A. McIver
    (Company G, 24th N.C.T.)
    Casualties, 1st N.C.T., June 21 to 23, inclusive
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, July 25, 1864
    Field and Staff:
    Wounded:  Col. H. McKethan
    Company A
    Wounded:  J.R. Brothers
    Missing:  L. Aston, M.E. Dickson
    Company B
    Wounded:  M. Watters
    Missing:  J. Sanderson, R. Tucker, A.J. Smith
    Company C
    Wounded:  Eden Price, J. Price—since died, T.F. Dall(?), R.H. Merritt, C.M. Wade
    Missing:  L.R. Mathis, W. Jones
    Company D
    Killed:  H. Dallas(?), R. Graham
    Wounded:  Sgt. W. S. Bes- (four letters very hard to read, especially the last letter), W. Malone, 
    N.D. White, D.A. McGougan, N.M. White, W.J. Humphrey, J.A. McDonald
    Missing:  Corp. D. Carlile, A.J. Shaw, J.A. Shaw, R.A. Rozier, W.H. Scott
    Company E
    Killed:  Corp. O. Thompson, W.A. Thompson, H.W. Inman
    Wounded:  Lt. J.P. Pitman, Sgt. G.W. Moore, W. Prevatt, J.L. Bullock
    Missing:  Lt. F.F. Floyd, Sgt. R.H. Moore, R. Grimsley, W. Gregory
    Company F
    Wounded:  D. Alphin
    Missing:  Corp. B.J. Hays, H.L. Baxley
    Company G
    Killed:  Corp. E.P. Hinson
    Wounded:  J. Ellis, F. Gaskill, slight; J.G. Hall, S. Knowles, Marley Merritt, J. N. Rogistee(?), 
    Sgt. M. King
    Missing:  Lt. B.A. Cowan, M. Blanton
    Company H
    Killed:  D.V. Flinn
    Wounded:  Lt. J.A. Meares, A. Vause, Sgt. N.A. Maulinby, R. Long
    Missing:  Sgt. G.M. Brown, D. Burney, L.H. Butler(?) Butter(?) Bulter(?)
    Company I
    Killed:  Corp. H.J. Daughtey, W.T. Ledbetter
    Wounded:  W.H. Adams, J.E. Phillips, H.J. Bain, S. McD. Barefoot, slight, W.N. Raiford, 
    severe, Corp. W.J. Bleu
    Missing:  D.J. Culbreth
    Company K
    Wounded:  Corp. J.W. Layton, A.A. McKethan, Jr., J. Bain
    Missing:  W.R. Jordan, L. Jackson
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, July 25, 1864
    Petersburg, Va.
    Messrs. Editors:  Knowing the deep anxiety felt by persons at home for their friends in the army, 
    I adopt your paper as a medium of communicating, briefly, with the friends of the “Cumberland 
    Plough Boys”.  We reached this place last Thursday, the 16th inst., and have been under fire 
    about half the time since, but with only slight loss.  D.J. Godwin was wounded slightly on the 
    16th and Charlie W. Gainey was killed on the 18th inst.  Charlie was a good boy and brave 
    soldier and endeared himself to all by his amiable and gentle disposition.  Our boys, 
    notwithstanding the hard service of the past two months, are in the best of spirits, and anxious 
    for the enemy to advance; confident that when they do come, they can prove themselves worthy 
    of their good old mother.  We are getting excellent rations now.  Besides plenty of meat and 
    bread of good quality we get full rations of sugar and coffee, which, you may be assured, is very 
    acceptable at any time and particularly so now.  Let our friends at home rest assured that we 
    are all right and ready to give the enemy convincing evidence that “Tar Heels” do not intend to 
    be subjugated.
    A Ploughboy
    (Company G, 24th N.C.T.)
    Fayetteville Observer, July 11, 1864
    Casualties in Company D, 49th N.C.T. from 18th to 23rd  June
    June 18:  Killed—John N. Copeland, James C.(?) Monroe
    Wounded:  John W. Maness(?), John A Patterson
    June 21:  Killed:  Cornelius Matheson (see military deaths for his notice), Shadrach Maness(?)
    June 23:  Wounded—Enoch Stuart
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, July 4, 1864
    Casualties 27th N.C.T., Cook’s Brigade, Heth’s Division, Army Northern Virginia, Lt. Col. G.F. 
    Whitfield, from June 1st to June 17th
    Field and Staff
    Wounded:  Lt. Col. G.F. Whitfield, in head, severe
    Company A, Lt. M.G. Ernul(?) commanding
    Killed:  Wm. Faircloth
    Wounded:  Corp. Dees, in leg, severe; Corp. Piver, in head, mortal; Privates S.M. Grice, in thigh, 
    dangerously; W.E. Davis, in head, severe
    Company B, Capt. J.A. Sloan, commanding
    Killed:  Lt. C. Campbell and Wm. Hunt
    Wounded:  1st Sgt. Wm. Paisly(?), in breast; Privates Burnsides, head; H. Cobb, thigh; R.F. 
    Hampton, in thigh and arm; D. Coletrain, in head
    Company C, Capt. E.G. Wooten, commanding
    Killed:  Sgt. Bell
    Wounded:  H. Holmes, in head, mortal; Sgt. S. Wooten, in finger, slight; Corp. Outlaw, in arm, 
    severe; J. Braxton, in arm, severe; P. Radford, in arm, severe; Jordan Potter, in arm, severe
    Company D, Capt. C. Herring, commanding
    Wounded:  D. Potter, in foot, slight
    Company E, Capt. B.W. Joyner, commanding
    Killed:  B. Buck and C. Lauthinghouse
    Wounded:  Jos.(?) Brewer, in head, severe
    Company F, Capt. B.S. Skinner, commanding
    Killed:  George Small
    Wounded:  N. Hartly, arm broke
    Company G, Lt. Thomas G. Strayhorn, commanding
    Killed:  A. Norwood
    Wounded:  W.P. Clark, in arm, severe; N.H. Runn, in neck, severe; A.G. Strayhorn, in shoulder, 
    severe; Jos. Hughes, in abdomen, severe; A. Hedgpeth, in abdomen and arm, severe; Thomas 
    Simms, in side, dangerously
    Company H, Capt. J.F. Mauker or Manker, commanding
    Killed:  J. Mathews
    Wounded:  Sgts. S. Moore, in shoulder, severe; P. Fleming, thigh broken; Private W.L. Cherry, in 
    lung, severe
    Company I, Captain W.R. Larkins, commanding
    Wounded:  Lt. K.R. Jones, in thigh, severe; Private G.W. Ward, left arm
    Company K, Lt. B. Parks, commanding
    Wounded:  Corp. Edmundson, in foot, slight; Privates J. Taylor, leg amputated; W. Gurley, in 
    breast, severe; G. Allen, leg, slight; Corp. Munson, in head; James Combs, in left arm; Jno. 
    Smith, in arm; J.F. Smith, in hip, severe.
    W.A. Knight, Adjutant, 27th N.C.T.
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, July 11, 1864
    Casualties 3rd N.C. Cavalry, in the battles around Petersburg up to June 21
    Field and Staff
    Col. J.A. Baker, captured
    Company A
    Wounded:  lt. L.W. Howard in arm; Private J.E. Grissem in finger
    Company B
    Wounded:  Lt. D.W. Simmons, in breast, mortal, since died; Private William Bell and Z. 
    Gurganus, slight
    Company C
    Wounded:  Private Freeman Hubbard, hip
    Company D
    Wounded:  Private J.D. Adams, thigh; Archibald McRae, head
    Captured:  Bugler Seth Miller
    Company G
    Killed:  Private Hargrove
    Wounded:  Lt. F. Pender, hip and thigh; Privates F. Norfleet, abdomen; W.R. Leggett, ear; 
    Thomas White, hip; Aaron Wright, hand; H.J. Davis, shoulder and captured
    Captured:  N.R. Jones
    Missing:  Corp. Saulsbury
    Company H
    Captured:  Private Humphrey
    Company I
    Captured:  Private Caswell Page and W.R. Gower
    Company K
    Wounded:  Sgt. Hill(?) in elbow, serious, June 27.
    G.W. Buhmann, Lt. and Acting Adjutant, 3rd N.C. Cavalry
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, July 11, 1864
    Casualties 58th N.C.T., Johnston’s Army, Lt. Col. T.J. Dula, Commanding
    (No dates specified)
    Field and Staff
    Wounded:  Lt. Col. T.J. Dula, thigh, slight
    Company A
    Wounded:  Lt. J.J. Wice or Wise, Sgt. J. Aughtery(?), Larkin Freeman, S. Rose, J. Auchoun(?? 
    A- - htun), J. Geddy
    Missing:  S. (or H.?) Henlins(?)
    Company B
    Killed:  Sgt. Jos. Stewart
    Wounded:  Sgt. B. Stuart, M. Bird, J. Stephens(?)
    Missing:  E.W. Baker
    Company C
    Wounded:  Sgt. J.B. Woody, J.K. George, S. Riddle, P. Woody
    Company D
    Wounded:  J.S.(?) Crusenberg(?), M. Townsend
    Company E
    Killed:  Hen Estes
    Wounded:  J.T.A. Spencer, S. Bartow, J. Edmisten, A. Green
    Missing:  Corp. E. Puett?, J. Bran, Jos. Moore, Henry Oxford, Samuel Parks, Jos. Puett, Jas. 
    Taylor, B. Tenge(?), Spencer Wood
    Company F
    Killed:  Capt. C.O. Conley
    Wounded:  Lt. J.A. Fox, S.E. Branch, George Lewis
    Company G
    Killed:  W. Walker
    Wounded:  Lt. J.R. Morris, Corp. S.M. Peters, W. Bailey(?), W. Cox, S. Holdman, W. Shaver, 
    Capt. J.L. Phillips
    Company H
    Killed:  W.R. Raby
    Wounded:  Lt. A.D. Lingle, Corp. W. Crisp, N. Stalling
    Missing:  J.L. Craig, J.N. Helton
    Company I
    Wounded:  Lt. J.C. McGhee, Lt. J.B. Miller, Sgt. G.L. Vandike, J. Blackburn, R.E. Brown
    Missing:  Riley Egger
    Company K
    Wounded:  Sgts. J.M. Green, W. Stewart, Corp. Henry Thomas, Curtis Ledford, J. Grindstaff
    Missing:  A. Blalock
    Company L
    Killed:  Jno May
    Wounded:  Sgt. J. Spiva, J. Ellen, Wm. Wood, J.D. Dickerson, Thomas Barker, C.C. Barker, 
    Harvey Hunley, Douglas Blevins
    Missing:  Wm. Cornett, Waggoner Landreth
    Casualties 60th N.C.T., Johnston’s Army, Lt. Col. J.T. Weaver Commanding
    (No dates listed)
    Company A
    Wounded:  Lts. R.W. Cooper, F.M. Miller, J.G. Lindsey; Sgt. J.M. Garrison, Corp. J.E. Rimre, J. 
    Sluder, N.A. Miller, W.S. West, W.E. Pounders
    Missing:  M.A. Beachboard
    Company B
    Wounded:  S.J. Pleumons(?), M.A. Woody, R.B. Hickam
    Missing:  J.J. Hickam
    Company C
    Wounded:  Lt. S.M. Davidson, A. McClure, W.J. Buckner
    Company D
    Wounded:  Sgt. S. Stepps, S. McCarson
    Company E
    Killed:  F. Ratcliff
    Wounded:  J. Luther, J. Hamton
    Company F
    Killed:  N. Hudson
    Wounded:  W.M. Dover, J.P. Meadows
    Company G
    Wounded:  J.R. Pender
    Company H
    Killed:  Lt. R. Rocks
    Missing:  Sgt. C. Holland
    Company I
    Wounded:  Lt. S.P. Luther, J. Nichols, F.M. Calahan
    Company K
    Killed:  Corp. G.B. Lytle
    Wounded:  Lts. A. West, J.T. Sales, Corp. G.W. Freeman, J.H. Ingle
    Missing:  R. Stepp, Wm. Stepp, W.C. Sales, L.H. Redmon, W.M. Richman, J.R. White
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, July 18
    24th N.C.T
    Near Petersburg, Va., July 11
    Messrs. Editors:
    I again respectfully ask a small space in your columns to inform the friends of my company of our
     whereabouts and condition.  We have been cut off from our mail supplies for some time.  Letters 
    from home are anxiously looked for.  The last Observer read aloud would cause the whole of my
    company to huddle around it.  Since my last letter we have been on the lines most of the time.  
    The enemy are in close proximity and the fire of the sharpshooters is incessant—if a fellow 
    exposes his head he gets a ball in it, besides the danger of being killed by sharpshooters.  The 
    enemy have a practice of trying to kill us with “mortars”, but it is very seldom that they drop one 
    in the right place.  The loss of my company since the 20th June has been slight, considering the 
    hot places we have been in, and also when compared with the other companies of the 24th 
    Regiment.  We are the largest company and have sustained the least loss.  There has been one 
    of the company killed:  Private Daniel H. Smith, a noble fellow in every respect.  Wounded:  John 
    N. McLean, severely.  The ball entered the arm near the shoulder and lodged near the spine; 
    Private E.J. Biggs, with piece of shell—not serious.  In addition to these there have been several 
    very slightly wounded, many of them were “hair breadth” scrapes.  Ransom’s Brigades received 
    two months’ pay a few days ago.  Money seems to be abundant, but at present prices two 
    months’ pay will not last long if a soldier trades much with cake and pie vendors.  Rations are 
    very good.  The army receives coffee and sugar as regularly as it does meat and bread.  If we 
    could get a plenty of vegetables we would be all right.  There is but little cannonading to be 
    heard today, and the sharpshooters are more quiet than usual.  The sharp shooting is usually 
    heaviest in the late evening.  It is strange how cool and reckless men become when they have 
    been under fire for a number of days.  When a regiment goes on the front line, for the first day 
    or so a fellow will dodge his head at every Minnie ball that passes, but after remaining on the 
    line a while this dodging ceases.
    Respectfully, etc., 
    A.A. McIver
    (Company G, 24th N.C.T.)
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, July 25, 1864
    Extracts from a Letter from Lane’s Brigade
    Deep Bottom, below Richmond, July 13
    We arrived at this point from Petersburg on the 3rd.  Deep Bottom is some five or six miles 
    below Drewry’s Bluff.  The enemy, some weeks since, made a lodgment here and fortified.  
    Their skirmish line is about one or one and a half miles this side of the river.  We (the left of the 
    army) confront them here in line of battle.  I ride to the vidette posts occasionally and look at the 
    vandals, who do not seem much disposed, as yet, to be bellicose.  Occasionally there are a few 
    shots along the line and some shelling from their gun boats or a battery they have on the land.  
    A pontoon bridge connects them with their troops on the other side.  We have saved a 
    considerable quantity of forage from the rich Mr. Allen’s farm and others by sending out a detail 
    of mowers.
    We have intensely hot weather and until yesterday afternoon, have had a drought for more than 
    six weeks, which made the roads suffocating with dust and so parched the earth as to cut off 
    almost entirely the supply of vegetables.  Since our arrival here, however, I have managed to beg 
    a few vegetables at enormous prices and by swapping meal or coffee and sugar.  Yesterday 
    afternoon the shower was refreshing, laid the dust, and I hope will do the lands and gardens 
    some good.
    On Thursday, taking advantage of the quiet, Col. Barry and I went to Richmond to recreate and 
    to see General Lane and his brother……..A few days before we saw him, Lt. Lane’s life had 
    been despaired of.  Besides the amputation of a portion of his right foot, he had suffered two 
    amputations of his left leg, and now, completely worn down, may have to undergo a third.  But 
    I have learned that he has improved considerable since I saw him and is cheerful enough to joke 
    a little.  He is staying at the elegant house of Mr. Crenshaw, where every attention is shown to 
    him and all delicacies ready for him at all times of the day and night.
    The General has been at Mr. Meade’s.  He is nearly well now and rides over to Mr. Crenshaw’s 
    every day.  The doctors say his was the most remarkable wound they ever knew.  The ball 
    struck the artery just below the groin, pushed it aside without cutting it and passing between it 
    and the bone went through the leg.  If it had suppurated as wounds usually do, the artery would 
    have been involved and he would have bled to death almost without doubt.  But instead of this, 
    the wound healed by “the first intention” and is now well, except for soreness.  His leg is weak 
    yet and the connected muscles twitch his leg up once in a while, but the bruises from the 
    impromptu tourniquet (my handkerchief with a stick twisted in it) hurt him more than the wound.  
    He says he will soon be with us.
    There was some musketry firing across the river last night.  I don’t know what it was; but things 
    are pretty quiet today.  I do not hear a gun now.
    E.J.H., Jr. 
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, August 1, 1864
    Casualties 56th N.C.T., Ransom’s Brigade, in the trenches near Petersburg from the 19th June to 
    the 21st July, inclusive
    Company A
    Wounded:  Sgt. Samuel Smith, head, severe; Charles Garrett, shoulder, slight; C.G. Sawyer, 
    side, slight
    Company B
    Wounded:  Sgt. A. McRae Averett, thigh, painful
    Company C
    Killed:  Thomas R. Richardson, Jos. Davis
    Wounded:  J.(?) W. Barnett, head, severe; J. (last name partially illegible, first letter is completely 
    illegible, then, ‘elph’ or ‘olph’), neck, mortally
    Company D
    Wounded:  J.R. Miller, head
    Company E
    Killed:  D.A. Clements
    Wounded:  J.C. Anderson, hand, slight; J. Banks, finger, slight
    Company F
    Wounded:  Perry(?) Ross(?), head, slight; J.C. Elliott, arm, slight
    Company G
    Killed:  J. Carson
    Wounded:  Sgt. N.F. Kimsay, foot, slight; Sgt. H.A. Osborne(?), hip, slight; W.F. Kimsay, head, 
    slight; W.A. Sparrow(?), head, severe, since died
    Company H
    Wounded:  N.B.(?) Brown, head, mortal, since died
    Company I
    Wounded:  Sgt. J. Mooney, foot, severe; T.G. Dameron, arm, severe; Wm. Davis, hand, severe; 
    Wm. Green, face, slight
    Company K
    Wounded:  John H. Johnson, head, slight; James Kearnes(?), foot, severe
    Charles M. Payne
    Lt., Company K, Acting Adjutant
    Casualties Company H, 44th N.C.T., Turtle Paw Company from Chatham County, in the 
    engagements from the 5th May to 10th July
    Killed:  Berry T. Smith, George Ray, Jas Smith, A. Richardson
    Wounded:  Sgt. Chares R. Lambert, C.D. Gross, W.F. Bray, Corp. Jos. G. Dismukes(?) and 
    Wm. T. Tillman(?), Privates Isaiah Lugley(?), John Davis, C.C.(?) Williams, Jno. Mashburn, 
    Jas.(?) Tally(?), A. Hilliard, Sgt. J.D. Wickers, J. Scott, Charles B. Dismukes(?), Henry 
    Missing and supposed to have fallen into the hands of the enemy:  Joseph G. Dismukes(?), 
    Connar D. Green, J.M. Lambert, Jno. E. Hammond, Reuben Salmon
    J.J. Crump, Capt., Turtle Paw Company, 44th N.C.T.
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, August 1, 1864
    Casualties 53rd N.C.T., July 4 to July 18
    Field and Staff
    Wounded:  Col.. W.A. Owens, mortally at Snicker’s Ford, July 18, died July 19
    At Harper’s Ferry, July 4: Wm. R. Gardiner, Company E, side, slight
    Near Washington, D.C., July 12:
    Company A—N.Y. Cobb, right thigh, flesh wound; John Whitesell, hand, slight
    Company B—S. (first three letters of last name illegible, then ‘son’), left thigh, flesh; J.B. 
    Berryhill, leg, flesh; R.A. Davis, hand, slight; J.S. Knox, thigh, flesh
    Company D—H.H. (last name illegible, F- - - - - , maybe Fai- e -?), thigh, flesh
    Company E—J.T. Whitfield, hand, slight; Harrison(?) Hall, head, severe
    Company F—Lt. J.M. Holt, side, slight
    Company G—Lt. W. McKinney, hand, severe; Sgt. Wm. F. Campbell, arm(?), severe
    Company H—Corp. B.F. Smith, bowels, severe; W. Tilley(?) or Tulley(?), hand, slight; Wm. Cox, 
    leg, severe
    Company I—J.L. James, jaw, severe; A. Brigman, arm, severe
    Company K—H.H. Eiler(?), bowels, severe; Jno. Kane(?), shoulder, slight
    At Snicker’s Ford, July 18
    Company A—Wounded, J.M. Andrew, finger; Wm. Adams, bowels, mortally, died on July 20; H. 
    M. Thomas, killed
    Company D—W.R. Eaton, thigh
    Company E—Sgt. W.E. Patterson, shoulder, slight; Jno. Taylor, hip
    Company F—D.M. Mitchell, hip and bladder; H.C. Mitchell, head, slight
    Company G—Ed Lawson, leg; Sgt. T.J. Nunn, arm
    Company H—WR. Cochran, arm, flesh; T.A. Kirkpatrick, arm, contusion; J.M. Sweat, both thighs; 
    Sgt. J.F. Collins, right thigh, left hip and bladder 
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, August 8, 1864
    Casualties Ransom’s Brigade, July 30
    24th N.C.T. (July 30)
    Wounded:  Lt. J.P. Bothea(?), shoulder, severe; Sgt. N.A. Smith, severely; Jeremiah Beaver, 
    Augustus Tatum
    25th N.C.T. (July 30)
    Killed:  Capt. J.M. Cathey; Henry Green, J.H. Colbert, C.M. Posey, R.H. Garrison, E.A. Drake, 
    B.F. Hensley
    Wounded:  Major(?) W.S. Grady, Capt. L.B. Tatham, Lt. L.J. Smith, Sgt. M.A. Courtis, Sgt. J.R. 
    Patterson, Corp. Amos Boon, corp. E.J. Burton, Corp. B.J. Wilson, Corp. H.C. Edney, J.M. 
    Summy, J.R. Laughter, E. Curtis, James Drake, J.R. Bigham, P.M. Rich, D.C. Burgner, J.B. 
    Smith, J.A. Reagan, B.P. Barton, T.D.L. Clayton, J. McWilson, G.W. Alexander, H.T. Bugg, 
    B.F. Edmonson, D.A.Stamy(?), J.W. Conner, Richard Allison, Will Owatey(?) Owaley(?), J. 
    Davis, E. Baldwin, Corp. J.B. Mann
    From the Skirmish Line—Jeff George, W.H. Grigg, W. Gibson, B. Garm, J.C. Evans, L. Godwin, 
    C.F. Johnson, N.P. Johnson
    35th N.C.T. (July 30)
    Wounded:  B. Bau-den, hip, serious; Hosea Baleden or Balsden, arm, slight; Thomas Davis,
     arm broken; W.A. Russ, foot, slight
    49th N.C.T. (July 30)
    Killed:  Lt. Col. J.A. Fleming; Capt. E.V. Harris, M.M. Patterson, Isaac Liton
    Wounded:  Capt. C.H. Dixon, painfully; Lt. Richard Bailey, slightly; Lt. T.Y. Lytle, checked by a 
    shell; Sgt. Henderson, flesh; Sgt. Henry, shell, slight—OR—Sgt Henry Shell, slight; (first initial 
    illegible) T. Howell, arm; M. Reid, slightly; J.D. Dallinger, slightly; J.H. Fall, slight; J.G. 
    Whitesides, mortally; J. Holland, in hand; L.A. Fox, severe; J. Wiffling, flesh; E. Anthony, 
    56th N.C.T. (July 30)
    Killed:  G. Hart, Jno Horton, Seth E. White
    Wounded:  Thomas Gregory, severely in hip; Markham Wood, slight; Jno Emett, 1st Sgt., thigh, 
    severe; Rufus Parker, slight; Henderson Luther, leg, severe; A.W. Bridgers, leg, severe; H.G. 
    Hollifield, slight
    Petersburg Express
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, August 8, 1864
    Casualties Grimes Brigade:
    32nd N.C.T. from 1st to 13th July
    Company D
    Wounded:  Lt. Vi - - n, Private Grant
    Company I
    Wounded:  Corp. Tysor
    Company K
    Wounded:  Columbus Long
    43rd N.C.T. (July 1 to July 13)
    Company A
    Killed:  K.L. Mather
    Missing:  J.E. Westbrook
    Wounded:  R.M. Gray(?), Jerry Strickland, Wm. Blalock
    Company B
    Killed:  Corp. A.J. Craft
    Wounded:  Col. Brown, Hugh Boyd, Wilson Brown, L.J. Fincher or Pincher
    Missing:  W.F. Ray, T.M. Manes or Manos, G. Sykes, E.P. Harrington(?), A.M. Stegall
    Company G (printed as G but I think it is C, G is presented further down)
    Wounded:  John Pope, J.R. Ellis, (first initial illegible) J. Walker
    Company E
    Killed:  Robert Alford, W.H. Cris(two more letters, illegible
    Wounded:  W.H. May
    Company F
    Wounded:  Lt. W.L. Perkins
    Company G
    Killed:  W.H. Donnell
    Wounded:  Lt. A.W. Bridgers(?), Private J.R. Watkins
    Company H
    Wounded:  H.J. Willough, Sgt. Jno. Williams, Henry or Harry Hall
    Company I
    Missing:  Richard Lee, E. Hudson
    Company K
    Wounded:  Sgt. L.J. Kiler(?), Corp. T.B. Lowthorp or Lewthorp, G. Troswell(?), A. Meggs, C. 
    Tucker, D.C. Candel
    45th N.C.T. (July 1 to July 13)
    Company A
    Killed:  Corp. P. Smith, R. Turner(?)
    Wounded:  Lt. R.M. Martin, Jno. Davis, Wm. (last name illegible, four letters, might start with a ‘F’)
    Company B
    Wounded:  Capt. R.C. Donnell, commanding Regiment; Corp. T. Riley, C. Layton, N. Benson
    Missing:  L. Stoele(?) or Stegle(?)
    Company C or D, letter partially illegible
    Wounded:  F. Powers, Jno. Crews, J. Gentry, P. Jones, P. Carter, Thomas Hall
    Company E
    Wounded:  R.L. Apple
    Company F
    Wounded:  G. Diamond, Wm. Suits, M. Cox
    Company G
    Wounded:  Sgt. L. Starly, J. Richardson, J.T. Moore
    Company H
    Wounded:  Wm. Jarratt, Samuel Pirtie, Thomas Jones
    Company I
    Wounded:  G. Reagan
    Company K
    Wounded:  And. Jackson, S. Smith
    53rd N.C.T. (inserted in Observer of 1st inst., except the following) (Transcriber’s note, see above)
    Company A
    Wounded:  J.T. Cook
    Company B
    Missing:  C. Orters, E. Caton
    Company E
    Wounded:  Wm. P. Gardner
    Missing:  Corp. Jos. Richardson, J.J. Adams
    Company F
    Wounded:  Corp. E. Isley
    Missing:  B.A. Ray
    Company G
    Missing:  Thomas Campbell
    Company H
    Missing:  Corp. A.G. Jones, Wm. Hartman, Wm. Magee
    Company I
    Missing:  D.F. Webb, J.M. Nelson, W.E. Rowland
    Company K
    Missing:  Wm. Walsh, H. Walsh
    2nd N.C. Bat. (July 1 to July 13)
    Company A
    Missing:  Presley Francis
    Company B
    Wounded:  Samuel Kee
    Missing:  Sgt. M. Gordon, Lee Wood
    Company F
    Missing:  Lt. Z.J. Williams, Corp. Z.A. Lewallen, A. Redden
    Company G
    Missing:  Harrison Idole, G. Petirend
    Company H
    Wounded:  J.H. Gillespie, A.P. Worley
    Grimes’ Brigade, Battle of Snicker’s Ferry on the Shenandoah River, July 18
    32nd N.C.T. (July 18)
    Company A
    Wounded:  J.H. Horton
    Company B
    Wounded:  F. Akman
    Company E
    Wounded:  Capt. G.M. Sherrill, G.P. Cansler, A. Kline
    Company F
    Wounded:  G.D. Larkin, T.B. Sherrill
    Company G
    Wounded:  Sgt. T.H. Mitchell, J.P. Hoggard, J.M. Hoggard
    Company H
    Wounded:  Rich Moore
    Company K
    Killed:  Nich. G. Long
    Wounded:  Sgt. J.A. Mitchell, Corps. O.(or G. or C.) H. Harris, Wm. H. Newby, and A.J. Joyner, 
    Private J.T. Jones
    43rd Regiment (July 18)
    Company A
    Killed:  L.D. Grady, L.R. Edwards, J.W. Loftin, J.H. Outlaw
    Wounded:  Sgt. Isaac Brown, J.W. Can, J.E. Cavanaugh, J.E. Outlaw
    Company B
    Killed:  J.K. Stearns
    Wounded:  Sgt. J.H. Hunter, C.H. Helms, T.H. Starnes
    Company C
    Wm. Whitley
    Wounded:  Sgt. B. Bullock, Corp. K.W. Taylor, W.B. Joyner, W.F. Rowe, Henry Kirby, Noah 
    Wheeler, Elias Stancel
    Company D
    Killed:  Corp. And. Parke, Eli Lewis
    Wounded:  Lt. Wm. Beavans, W.D. Ball, J.H. Winfrey
    Company E
    Killed:  H.T. Jones, J.R. Long
    Wounded: Thomas Cobb, Leman Dunn
    Company F
    Killed:  Sgt. M.N. Bell, Corp. E.J. Dickens, J.N. Dickens, J.A. Peaman
    Wounded:  Corp. E.G.L. Utchill(?), Jno. Hawkins, J.J. Bryant, R.H. Harper, G.W. Morris, R. H. 
    Pierce, Wm. Land
    Missing:  T.L. Branch
    Company G
    Wounded:  Levi Perkinson
    Company H
    Killed:  W.J. Smith, C.M. Ballard
    Company I
    Killed:  Corp. E.D. Liles
    Wounded:  Lt. S.W. Ellerba, Sgt. G.W. Threadgill, E.V. Dabbs, Alex McQuage, A.H. Wilson
    Company K
    Killed:  Corp. J.W. Phifer
    Wounded:  Duncan Woolburn, Alex Phifer, T.B. Harrington
    45th N.C.T. (July 18)
    Company D
    Wounded:  J.P. Dalton
    53rd N.C.T. (July 18) (inserted in the Observer of the 1st inst., except the following) (transcriber’s
    note, see above)
    Company A
    Wounded:  W.R. Shepherd
    Company B
    Killed:  W.N. Merritt
    Wounded:  J.W. Williamson
    Company I
    Wounded:  L. Chancy(?)
    2nd N.C. Bat. (July 18)
    Company A
    Killed:  J. O.(?) Hill
    Company B
    Wounded:  S.W. Cockerham, Aug. Fulk
    Company H
    Wounded:  Capt. Van Brown, commanding 24th Bat., Jas. White, Martin Muse
    Near Chester Depot, R. & P. R.R. July 31, 1864
    Enclosed I send you a list of casualties in the Charlotte Light Battery, Capt. A.B. Williams 
    commanding, from May 6th to this date
    Battle of the Wilderness, May 6
    Killed:  Private David Fulbright
    Wounded:  Private W.P. Ellington, severely in back; W.G. Hoover, slightly in leg; Whitner 
    Broadaway, slightly in hip; Reuben Underwood, slightly in head
    Spottsylvania Court House, May 12
    Killed:  Private Tilmon Jenkins
    Wounded:  Capt. A.B. Williams, severely in side; Private Andrew Kanipe, mortally, since died.
    Near Cold Harbor, June 1
    Wounded:  Patrick Cain, painfully in leg
    Cold Harbor, June 2
    Wounded:  Private R.C. Nantz, severely in leg
    Turkey Ridge, June 11
    Killed:  Private Wm. S. McDuffie
    Near Petersburg, June 20
    Wounded:  Lt. Abdon Alexander, severely in head
    Chesterfield Heights, July 8
    Wounded:  Lt. T.L. Seigle, slightly in hip; Privates W.W. Shelby, slightly in head and shoulder; 
    John C. Fite, slightly in knee
    Near Petersburg, July 11
    Wounded:  Privates Jas. H. Potts, slightly in head; W.P. Ellington, slightly in face
    July 12
    Private Jesse B. Baker, severely in hands
    July 22
    Killed:  Private Jackson Tourey
    Very Respectfully,
    T.L. Seigle, Lt., Commanding
    Charlotte Light Battery, Poague’s Battalion Artillery
    3rd Corps., Army N. Virginia
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, August 15, 1864
    8th N.C.T., front line
    Near Petersburg, Va., August 7
    Messrs. Editors:
    You will publish for the information of the friends of my company (Co. E, 8th N.C.T.) that I am 
    just in receipt of a letter from Corp. J.A. Deal, a prisoner in the enemy’s hands, dated “White 
    House, June 4” in which he informs me that twelve members of my company, besides himself, 
    were then at that point, and well.  Their names are:
    Sgt. E.A. Hendrix
    Sgt. W.J. Parrish
    Corp. James Breece
    Privates C. Andrews, W.S. Calder, George Cox, Jesse Deans, Ransom Faircloth, John Fields, 
    James R. Jones and John Patterson
    Corp. Deal omits one name, I suppose, that of Wm. Giles.  Private M.L. McLeod was seen 
    several days after the battle by a working party of ours who were captured but subsequently 
    released.  The above embraces all reported as missing after the engagement of the 30th May.  
    Of the missing after the battle of the 1st June, I have learned nothing as of yet.
    Respectfully yours,
    L.R. Breece 
    Fayetteville Observer, August 22, 1864
    Casualties 18th N.C.T., July 28, Deep Bottom
    Company A
    Missing:  G. Williams
    Company B
    Missing and supposed to have been wounded:  Corp. T.W. Singletary, J.M. Hoyle and J.J. 
    Company C
    Wounded:  Color Sgt. H. Hickman, flesh wound in the hand
    Missing and supposed to have been wounded:  Sgt. J.G. Faulk, A. Baustic, and E.V. Letter
    Company D
    Missing and supposed wounded:  E. Britt
    Company E
    Missing and supposed wounded:  Sgt. R.C. Lewis
    Company F
    Wounded:  D. McKennon, in head
    Company G
    Missing and supposed wounded: Wm. Spear
    Company H
    Killed:  Lt. F.J. Simpson
    Missing and supposed wounded:  Color Corp. D.M. Barefoot, T.J. Brown, J. Jolley
    Company I
    Missing:  Wm. Hollingsworth
    Company K
    Wounded and missing:  Sgt. T.F. Pridgen, Wm. T. Robeson
    Missing:  J.V. Dunham, M. McDonald
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, August 29, 1864
    Casualties, Cooke’s Brigade, Petersburg, August 21
    Field and Staff
    Sgt. Major E. Porter, wounded in shoulder, slight
    Company A
    Wounded:  G.A. Jones, P.H. Jones, severe
    Company B
    Killed:  Lt. W.P. Richardson
    Wounded:  R.G. Ervin(?), severe; H.B. Nott, slight
    Company C
    Wounded:  Sgt. M. Jarrald, slight
    Company D
    Wounded:  G.T. Morgan, severe
    Company E
    Missing:  Capt. W.H. Ballard
    Wounded:  Jno. R. Card(?), J.C. Clayton, B.G. (illegible, six letters, starts with an ‘M’), G.S. 
    Company F
    Wounded:  Sgt. S. Patterson, W.B. Smith, slightly
    Company G
    Wounded:  Sgt. L.C. Gayton(?), slight
    Company H
    Wounded:  Lt. D.S. Thompson, severe; Wm. Rey, slight
    Company I
    Wounded:  Sgt. Bass(?), slight; S.A. Harris(?), left leg; L. Waddell, mortally, since died
    Company K
    Wounded:  Sgt. J.H. Dillayd(?), W.G. Williams, jarred by shell; David Koonce(?), slight; D.S. 
    Hartly, severe; R.H. Broswell(?), severe
    27th N.C.T., August 21
    Company A
    Wounded:  R. Ward, jarred by shell; L. Watson, back, accidentally
    Company C or E
    Wounded:  Samuel Carson, slight
    Company F
    Killed:  John Miller
    Company G
    Killed:  S.G. Lockhart, E.B. Faucett
    Wounded:  J.G. Hapner(?), M. Adams, P. Mebane(?), slightly
    Company H
    Killed:  Capt. Meaker(?)
    Wounded:  J.A. Williams, shoulder; Sgt. J.(?) H. Little, slightly; W.B. Overton, severe;
    W.H. Stanson, slight; J. Newsom(?), slight
    46th N.C.T. (August 21)
    Company D
    Killed:  S. Mese(?)
    Wounded:  C.A. Waggoner, J.C. Edward
    Company E
    Wounded:  Corp. Harris(?), C.H. Griesom(?), severe
    Company F
    Killed:  Corp. T. B - - ncon
    Wounded:  G. Jerrold(?)
    Company G
    Wounded:  H.B.(?) Sterd(?), leg; J.C. Vanner(?), finger; M.P. Stinson
    Company H
    Wounded:  Abel Riddle, shoulder; T.E. hair, shoulder and neck
    Company I
    Wounded:  W.S. Kendall, severe
    Company K
    Wounded:  P.E. Arney
    48th N.C.T. (Aug. 21)
    Company A
    Wounded:  M.H. Howie(?), severe
    Company B
    Wounded:  W.A. D-i-(Dair?) or D-l- (Dale?), severe
    Company D
    Wounded:  W.H. Bicker
    Company F
    Wounded:  A.M. Nesbit, severe
    Missing: W.M. Wherters(?)
    Company H
    Wounded: George Easier(?), Casper Black, J.K. Lambeth, severe, Michael Hartly
    Company I
    Missing:  E.H. Hinson
    28th N.C.T. (August 21)
    Company A
    Wounded:  J.H. Walker
    Company C
    Wounded:  J.P. Spencer
    Company E
    Missing:  C.T. Sides
    Company F
    Wounded:  Corp. J.N. Marler
    Missing:  L.H. (the rest of this regiment, the article is cut off)
    5th N.C. Cavalry
    In the battle on the Weldon Road of the 21st inst., (Aug.), we learn that Captain John McKellar, 
    Company A, 5th N.C. Cavalry, was slightly wounded, as were J.H. Currie of Cumberland and M. 
    Small of Harnett, members of his company.  A.J. Bethune and Wm. Bethune, sons of Hon. 
    Lauchlin Bethune, of this county, were captured
    Casualties 26th N.C.T., Battle on the Weldon Road, Aug. 21
    Company A (Ashe)
    Killed:  Lt. J.M. David
    Wounded:  J.H. Turner, George Harles, Wm. Bivins, slight
    Company B (Union)
    Killed:  Sgt. B.J. Richardson, T. Broom, M.H. McCrovy
    Wounded:  E.R. Richardson, mortally, C. McManus, J.L. Church, H.J. Mangum, J.B. Nichols
    Company C (Wilkes)
    Killed:  Jesse Souther
    Company D (Wake)
    Wounded:  Wiley Carroll, W.S. McDonald
    Company E (Chatham)
    Wounded:  W.M. Check, J.D. Claridy, D.A. Welsh
    Company F (Caldwell)
    Wounded:  Capt. R.M. Tuttle
    Company G (Chatham)
    Killed:  Corp. J.J. Record
    Wounded:  A.N. Lineberry, flesh, both legs
    Company H (Moore)
    Wounded:  C.c. Denson, flesh, left arm; A.D. McCollum, knee; C.C. Harrison, below right hip; 
    T.J. Hogan, buttocks
    Company I (Caldwell)
    Wounded:  Jno. Stallings
    Company K (Anson)
    In the entrenchments near Petersburg, previously—Company A, August 13, Killed:  Jas Long; 
    August 19—Wounded, C. Denny, breast    Company K, August 19—Killed:  S.R. Barber and E. 
    Hilbreth, in head, severe, perhaps mortally
    Casualties 44th N.C.T., in the Battle on the Weldon Road, August 21, Major C.M. Stedman 
    Company A
    Killed:  C.W. Clay, Jno Stanly, David Tippitt
    Wounded:  (first initial illegible) H. Ellis, George Grissom, severely; Duncan Mangum, slight
    Company B
    Killed:  Sgt. J.A. Knight
    Wounded:  Capt. W.C. Powell, slight; Wm. Pittman, thigh, severe; Wm. Mangum, J. Mangum, 
    leg; Willie Edmundson, hand and knee, severe; R. Dunn, arm
    Company C
    Wounded:  R.B. Fulford, severe, P. McClawhone, hip, Jas. Edmondson, very severe
    Company D
    Wounded:  Sgt. W.D. Gladson, leg amputated; A.J. Tyson, leg, severe
    Company E
    Killed:  John Hatch
    Wounded:  Capt. J.J. Crump, thigh, severe; A. Gilmore, severe
    Company F
    Wounded:  Wm. Wairner or Walner, face
    Company G
    Killed:  John G. Cates
    Wounded:  Jesse F. Thompson, hip, very severe; S.N. Thompson, hand; W.C. Adams, leg, very 
    Company H
    Killed:  Sgt. Jesse L. Moffitt
    Company K
    Wounded:  J.T. Ferguson, leg, severe
    Sgt. W.R. Hansell, D, was killed and M. Sutterwhite, A and R.D. Smidt, C, were slightly wounded 
    near Petersburg in the trenches
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, September 5, 1864
    Casualties 24th N.C.T., Aug. 21
    In the Trenches, Petersburg, Aug. 25, 1864
    Messrs. Editors:
    Will you please publish for the information of the friends of our regiment the list of casualties in
     the 24th N.C.T. (Ransom’s Brigade), Capt. Jas. S. Evans commanding in the battle of Sunday, 
    August 21
    Field and Staff
    Ensign J.L. Cheves, wounded severe right eye and left arm
    Company A, Lt. J.C. Bolton commanding
    Wounded:  Sanford Long, hip and arm, severe; Vincent Pullum, right leg, severe; Henry Crabtree 
    (color guard), right leg, severe
    Company B, Capt. W.T. Ellis commanding
    Killed:  Stephen Davis, D.J. Marshall, J.J. Spighis(?)
    Wounded:  Capt. Wm. T. Ellis, leg broken (since amputated); Corp. Elijah Adams, hip, severe; 
    Jarvis Jones, leg, severe; Micajah Morton, arm and shoulder; Lem H. Williams, leg, slight; D.J. 
    Hudson, severe in shoulder
    Company C, Capt. J.D. Gully or Gally, commanding
    Killed:  Corp. Joiner, J. Jones
    Wounded:  Capt. J.D. Gully or Gally, severe—in hands of enemy
    Company D, Capt. W.J. Squiggins commanding
    No casualties
    Company E, Lt. T.T. Lee commanding
    Wounded:  Levi Edwards, wrist, slight
    Company F, Lt. J.A. Gainey commanding
    Killed:  Corp. Jno. Maxwell
    Wounded:  W.J. McClam, leg, slight
    Company G, Sgt. J.W. Regan (Capt. A.A. McIver acting as Lt. Col.)
    Killed:  Corp. W. Dove Regan, Matt J. Campbell
    Wounded:  Wm. B. Smith, not serious
    Company H, Lt. D.T. Honeycutt (Co. C) commanding
    Wounded:  H.L. Wilkerson, arm, flesh; Thomas B. Hargie or Hargis, right side, severe—in hands 
    of enemy
    Company I, Capt. Ed A. Boykin, commanding
    Wounded:  Jos. Walisen, left heel, severe
    Company K, Lt. J.A.T. Jones (Co. I) commanding
    Killed:  Jno. R. Medrin(?)
    Wounded:  J.A. Privett, thigh, severe; J. Freeman, face, slight; J.H. Perry, arm, slight
    Missing:  Atlas(?) Jones
    The regiment went into action with thinned ranks, with only one officer to a company, but forgot 
    not its former glories when it gallantly bore its part in the charge.  We had no field officer.  Lt. 
    Col. Harris being in command of the Brigade and Major Love having been previously assigned to 
    the command of the 35th, the command of our regiment fell upon Capt. Jas. S. Evans, who 
    proved himself not only competent to the task, but worthy of the “Stars”.
    Truly Yours,
    D.B. McLean, Lt. and Acting Adjutant
    Casualties 38th N.C.T.
    Headquarters 38th N.C.T., Aug. 27
    Messrs. Editors:
    Below I send you a list of casualties in this regiment on the 21st inst., at Davis’ Farm and at 
    Reams’ Station on Aug. 26.
    21st inst., Davis Farm:
    Company E
    Killed:  John Christman
    Company G
    Wounded:  J.L. Kennedy
    Company K
    Wounded:  D.A. McMillen
    26th inst., Reams’ Station
    Company A
    Wounded:  Jesse Nethercut, face, severe
    Company D
    Wounded:  Capt. H.C. Darden, abdomen, mortally; D. Lockamy, head, severe
    Company E
    Wounded:  Sgt. E.S. Garnett, breast, severe; Duncan Troxler, thigh, severe
    Company G
    Wounded:  J.P. Long, back, severe
    Company H
    Wounded:  G.W. Moore, arm, slight
    Company I
    Wounded:  Thomas Conner, thigh, slight; G.W. Hamrick, side, severe; J.L. Oakley, hand, slight
    Yours Respectfully,
    D.M. McIntire
    Adjutant 38th N.C.T.
    Casualties Company G, 24th N.C.T.
    Front Lines at Petersburg, Aug. 25, 1864
    Messrs. Editors:
    Please publish the following list of casualties in Company G, 24th N.C. Regiment in the recent 
    engagements around Petersburg.
    Killed:  Corp. Wm. Dove Regan, Private M.J. Campbell
    Wounded:  Privates Jno. A. Campbell and W.S. Smith
    Sgt. Neil A. Smith and Private Jno. N. McLean recently reported wounded, have both died of their 
    wounds.  They were all brave soldiers.
    A.A. McIver
    Captain, Company G, 24th N.C.T. 
    Casualties, 26th N.C.T., Reams’ Station, Aug. 26
    Field and Staff
    Col. Jno. R. Lane, severe in left breast by shell; Sgt. Major M.J. McSween, severe in face
    Company A
    Killed:  Corp. Samuel Wayman, J.W. Ketchum
    Wounded:  H.Y. Walter, mortal; M.C. Plummer, mortal; J.C. Collins, left leg amputated; Z.P. 
    Osborn, right lung, severe
    Company B
    Wounded:  S.L. Laney, right thigh amputated; A. Esson, left ankle, slight; J.H. Robinson, right 
    ankle, slight
    Company C
    Wounded:  Sgt. Esley Higgins, since dead
    Company D
    Wounded:  Sgt. W.F. Utly, right leg amputated; S.L. Jones, right leg, flesh; Avid Adams, left 
    thigh, flesh
    Company E
    Killed:  Jos. Ellis
    Wounded:  Sgt. J.M. Brooks, right thigh and abdomen; Corp. J.H. Fitts, flesh in breast; Laban(?)
    Ellis, flesh wound in right thigh; H.B. Welsh, flesh wound in right thigh
    Company F
    Wounded:  A.P. Kirby, right arm, flesh
    Company I
    Wounded:  Lt. J.A. Bush, flesh wound in right thigh; T.H. Hartley, left arm, flesh, severe; P. 
    Gibson, right hand
    Company K
    Wounded:  Sgt. J.T. Caddy or Gaddy, right arm, flesh
    Front Lines at Petersburg
    Aug. 24, 1864
    Messrs Editors:
    The quiet along the lines at Petersburg has again been broken and several engagements have 
    taken place.  The bloodiest fighting and most reckless charging was done on Sunday, the 21st 
    and it is my design to relate, in a feeble manner, the part borne by Ransom’s Brigade, North 
    Carolinians, in that bloody and unfortunate battle.
    On the 20th, the Brigade, under the command of Lt. Col. Jno. L. Harris of the 24th N.C.T. was 
    moved from its position near the center of the line, to the Weldon R.R. on the right.  Early on the 
    morning of the 21st the Brigade formed into line of battle in the edge of “Davis’” cornfield, the 24th 
    N.C.T. on the right side of the Brigade and the right of the 24th resting on the railroad.  The 49th 
    was next to the 24th; the 56th, 35th and 26th followed.  The old Brigade had formed for “charges” 
    before and knew what was to be done.  The brave men began to inquire, what troops were to 
    support, cover the flanks, etc.  The reply was Cooke’s Brigade was on our left and would support 
    us.  This was good enough; we knew Cooke’s Brigade and it was also discovered that Kirkland’s 
    Brigade joined us on the right and we felt satisfied that the right would come, if there was any 
     It was near 10:00 when the order to charge was given.  Ransom’s Brigade raised their battle yell, 
    started, soon met the enemy’s skirmishers, or rather drove them in, for the “yell” was all they 
    could stand.  The enemy’s line of battle soon opened upon us, their showers of Minnie balls 
    doing us some damage; but the dense swamp through which we were charging seemed to 
    receive the most of the leaden messengers.  The enemy had felled the trees for 200 yards in front 
    of their breastworks and in some places had fixed palisades, but the appearance of the abattis 
    and palisades and the plain view of the enemy’s breastworks did not seem to frighten “Ransom’s 
    Brigade”—they yelled louder and instead of faltering doubled their speed.  The Yankee lines
    broke and the breastworks were soon filled with the yelling Rebels.  About 300 prisoners were 
    taken and sent to the rear by Ransom’s Brigade.
    Here ended our success.  It appears that it was the order for the Brigade to halt until the Brigades 
    on our right would drive the enemy, and then follow up the success.  Ransom’s Brigade quickly 
    dispensed of their prisoners and thinking the troops on our right were successful, rushed 
    impetuously forward and gained another line of works where had been abandoned by the enemy.  
    We were now within a few hundred yards of the enemy’s line of batteries. As we entered an open 
    field, a battery somewhat in advance of the other batteries limbered up and “trotted off” to the rear. 
    The whole line of batteries now opened on the little brigade which was considerably in advance 
    of thee troops on their right.  We looked for Kirkland’s Brigade in vain, the troops on their right 
    had failed, and it is also said that the charge of Kirkland’s Brigade was impeded by the water 
    which was so deep that they could not load their rifles.  Ransom’s Brigade was ordered to lie 
    down; we were to wait; we were to wait until our troops on the right would come up.  Minutes 
    seemed like hours.  The Yankees had three batteries at close range, tearing and mangling our 
    brave men, and added to this our own batteries, not knowing that we had advanced so far, 
    opened upon us, doing us much damage.  Our position was truly a critical one, but the whole 
    Brigade seemed cool and determined, no wavering or signs of giving way; if it was possible for 
    the troops on the right to carry their position, Ransom’s Brigade was determined to carry 
    every thing in their front.  
    The fire from our own batteries soon ceased, and now we were no longer exposed to the fire 
    from the rear; but it appeared as if we were still surrounded by cannon, so furiously did the 
    batteries of the enemy fire upon us.  The order soon came for Ransom’s Brigade to fall back to 
    the line of breastworks wrested from the enemy. In obedience to the orders, the Brigade fell 
    back under murderous fire from the enemy’s batteries.  It was hard to be compelled to fall back 
    after driving the Yankee infantry and one battery off the field.
    The Battle of Sunday, Aug. 21, ended disastrously to the Confederate armies.  It is said that a 
    portion of our troops who were to turn the enemy’s left did not act well. However this was, 
    Ransom’s North Carolina Brigade did all that was required of them and charged with a 
    determination never excelled by any body of men.
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, September 5, 1864
    Casualties 26th N.C.T., Company F
    Messrs Editors:  For the satisfaction of friends and relatives please publish the following list of 
    casualties in Company F, 26th   North Carolina Troops, from the 5th May to the present time:
    Killed:  N. Culbreath, Larkin Scott
    Mortally wounded and died:  Lt. A.B. Hays, Corp. G.L. Powell, Privates H.C. Courtney, J.C. 
    Severely and slightly wounded:  Lt. C.M. Sudderth, slight, back; Sgts. C. Estes, badly, breast; 
    J.T.C. Hood, slightly, head; T.W. Sateer(?), badly, leg, arm and hand; Privates H. Anner, leg 
    amputated; Wm. Bradford, badly, right breast; J.C. Clarke, slight, side; J.M. Crump, badly, 
    both thighs; Jas. Gilbert, twice on the knee and head; Paul Howell, slightly; Lt. L.T. Jones, 
    slightly, hand and face; Jno. Kincaid, slightly, forehead; J.M. Sudderth, slightly, hip; L.A. 
    Thomas(?), twice, once in thigh and badly in arm; J.P. Coffey, slightly, shoulder, Jno. Perch, 
    slightly, ankle
    I was also wounded slightly in the breast
    R.M. Tuttle, Captain, Company F, 26th N.C.T.
    (In the Same paper, same company and regiment as above—Company F, 26th N.C.T.)
    Killed in battle and died of wounds since 5th May, 1864:  Corp. G.L. Powell, Privates N. 
    Galbreth(?-very faded), H.C.(?) Courtney, Jos. C. Baldwin and Larkin Scott.  Thus have five 
    true patriots and good soldiers sacrificed themselves willingly upon our country’s altar.  They 
    were men of kind and amiable dispositions—were beloved by comrades and respected by 
    officers, to whom they were ever obedient.  They always did duty very well, fought well, bore 
    the trials and privations of a soldiers life as if it were a mere pleasure to do so; and in all things
    they were perfect representation of the true Confederate soldier.  Their places are still vacant in 
    the company, but they will ever live in our hearts.
    A Soldier Friend
    Casualties 56th N.C.T., Company B
    Messrs E.J. Hale and Sons:  I send you a list of the casualties in Company B, 56th Regiment in 
    the late engagements on the Petersburg and Weldon Road.
    Wounded:  Corp. Nathan Barefoot in left arm; R.H. Averitt in cheek, slight; James Stofford, left 
    thumb, slight
    Missing:  Sgt. James A. King, Wiley W. Jackson, J.R.B.(?) Walker, L.D. Burklow, J.H. 
    All of the above casualties occurred on the 21st while charging the enemy on the Weldon Road.  
    Since June 20th, up to this date—
    Wounded:  Corp. A. McRae Averitt in left thigh; C.(or G. or O.?) W.(?) Beard(?) in left knee; 
    Joseph Salmon(?) in left shoulder
    Very Respectfully,
    M. Cagle
    1st Sgt., Company B, 56th N.C.T.
    Casualties, Lane’s Brigade, Ream’s Station
    Headquarters Lane’s Brigade, Aug. 27, 1864
    Messrs. Editors:  Will you be kind enough to publish the following list of casualties in Lane’s 
    Brigade commanded by Brig. General Conner during the engagement at Ream’s Station, 
    Aug. 25
    7th N.C.T. Casualties
    Company B
    Killed:  Nelson Bost, Frank Turner
    Wounded:  Lt. D.P. Bogar, Corp. Furr, G.D. Allman, W.M. Joynder, W. Still, J.J. Vanderburg
    Company C
    Wounded:  S.E. Shearer, S. Bryant, M.F.C. Judings
    Company D
    Wounded:  W. Cashim
    Company E
    Wounded:  Sgt. G.M. Baine, D.S. Price, J. Liles, M. Troxler
    Company F
    Killed:  Sgt. J.F. Neuson
    Wounded:  Wm. Fry, F. Morris, J.A. Bastion
    Company G
    Wounded:  Sgt. W.H. McGhee, J. Marshall
    Company H
    Wounded:  S.M. Morrison, J.S. Vanpelt, H.J. Long, E.B. Rinnons, L. Holms. C.D. Alexander
    Company I
    Killed:  Capt. J.R. McAuley
    Wounded:  O. (or C.) C. Overcast
    Company K
    Wounded:  Sgt. S. Goultney, G. Teague
    18th  N.C.T.
    Company C
    Wounded:  Lt. Owen Smith, J. Craige
    Company H
    Wounded:  Sgt. M. McKeel
    Company K
    Killed:  C. Davis
    28th N.C.T.
    Field and Staff
    Wounded:  Lt. Col. W.H.A. Speer, mortally
    Company A
    Wounded:  Capt. B.F. Lovell, Sgt. W.B. Holyfield, M.H. Freeman
    Company B
    Killed:  Capt. T.T. Smith, L. A. Cleminger
    Wounded:  Lt. R.D. Rayne, B.G. Rutledge, J.R. Survis, A.J. Baldin(?), M.A. Clark, M.C. 
    Perkins, J.G. Ratchford
    Company C
    Killed:  J.B. Rillion(?), L.(?) H. Grice
    Wounded:  Capt. J. Linebarger, Lt. M.A. Sherbure, D.J. Drum, L.L. Huffman
    Company D
    Wounded:  John Hopkins, B.R. Mauldin 
    Company F
    Wounded:  B.A. Phillips, Anderson Douglas
    Company G
    Wounded:  Capt. G.W. McCanley(?), G.C. Sykes
    Company H
    Wounded:  W.W. Lee, G.M. Moore
    Company I
    Killed:  Sgt. S.S. Harding
    Wounded:  C. Wagner
    Company K
    Killed:  W.D. Kendall
    Wounded:  Sgts. D.M. Ross and D.J. Bost, S.C. McKinley, W.H. Aldridge, J.E. Endy
    33rd Regiment
    Company A
    Wounded:  Sgt. M.E. Reicks
    Company B
    Wounded:  Sgt. T.M. Mard(?) Maud(?), M.L. Morrison
    Company C
    Wounded:  Lt. A.B. Howard
    Company D
    Wounded:  J. McGilroy
    Missing:  J. Walls
    Company E
    Killed:  B.F. Gibbs
    Wounded:  Lt. J. Swindell
    Company G
    Wounded:  W. Gallemore(?)
    Company H
    Wounded: Capt. R. Gatling(?), Sgt. T.W. Williams
    Company K
    Wounded:  Lt. J.R. Moore
    37th  N.C.T.
    Company A
    Wounded:  Corp. Jno. Cook, G. Blackburn
    Company B
    Wounded:  Corp. Robert Francis, A.F. Stafford, W.R. Heath
    Company C
    Wounded:  S.W. Nex(?)
    Missing:  J.M. Wood
    Company D
    Wounded:  C.E. Baker, H.B. Griffin, A.R.(?) Brown
    Missing:  R.(?) M. Hasty
    Company E
    Wounded:  W.L. Foster, W. Hollars, L.J. Beckham
    Missing:  J.N. Adams, W. Cable
    Company F
    Wounded:  W.J. Masten, H.F. Clery
    Company G
    Wounded:  J.J. Bentley
    Company H
    Wounded:  Sgt. J.C. Fronberger, W. Manney, J.B. Thomason, Thomas Hanes, A.J. Edwards, 
    S.D. Maxwell, Frank Smith, Jas. Mulbey
    Missing:  Enoch Phipps, Lt. A.P. Torrence, Company C
    Very Respectfully, Your Obedient Servant
    F.(or E.) J. Hale, Jr.
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, Sept. 12, 1864
    Casualties 1st N.C. Cavalry, May 11 to Aug. 21
    Ground Squirrel Church, May 11
    Field and Staff
    Wounded:  Col. W.H. Cheek
    Company B
    Killed:  Bugler Wm. Bryan, Mills Powell
    Company D
    Wounded:  Albert Wright
    Captured:  Capt. J.C. Blair
    Company E
    Killed:  T.H. Hawkes
    Wounded:  Capt. Cad. J. Iredell, C.J. Dickerson, Wm. Foster, J.S. Bullock
    Company F
    Wounded:  C.M. Stiller, since died
    Brook Church, May 12
    Company A
    Wounded:  Jas. Ray
    Company B
    Killed:  Corp. Stephen Lassiter
    Company E
    Wounded:  J.M. Simmes, P.W. Green
    Company F
    Wounded:  J.W. Dry, Sgt. W.L. Barrier, since died
    Company I
    Killed:  B.B. McReady(?) Maready(?), A.H. Whaley
    Wounded:  W.H. Stetson
    Company K
    Killed:  D.V. Green
    Wounded:  Wm. Kinsland, T.C. Passmore, D. Johnston
    Cannon’s Landing, May 25
    Company A
    Killed:  L.E. Grier
    Wounded:  Sgt. Nat Price, Hiram Baker
    Company D
    Wounded:  Jas. Profitt, J. Marlow
    Company E
    Wounded:  E.F. Cooke
    Company F
    Wounded:  J.W. Missenhimer
    Company G
    Wounded:  Jas. Lunsford
    Company I
    Wounded:  Allen Ross
    Company K
    Wounded:  Anth McDowell, since died
    Haw’s Shop, May 27
    Company A
    Wounded:  Peyton Colvard
    Company D
    Captured:  Wm. Jones
    Company K
    Captured:  J. Cunningham
    Hanover Court House, May 1
    Company A
    Wounded:  Alex Dickson
    Company G
    Wounded:  Arnold Keith
    Ashland, June 1
    Company A
    Killed:  Shubal Gardner
    Wounded:  Corp. J.C. Smith, Jas. Colvard
    Captured:  Jno. Miller
    Company C
    Wounded:  Jno. Wilson, J.H. Helms, since dead
    Company E
    Wounded:  H.W. Harrison
    Company F
    Wounded:  H.M. Bost, W.A. Blackwelder, since died, Sgt. J.G. Johnson
    Company G
    Wounded:  (first initial illegible) L. Springs
    Company H
    Corp. H.J. Sauls
    White Oak Swamp, June 15
    Company D
    Killed:  W.A. Galliard
    Company H
    Killed:  Jno. Klapp
    Wounded:  Robert Jenkins, C.M. Hoyle
    Petersburg, June 21
    Company G
    Killed:  Thomas Burnett
    Company (illegible letter)
    Wounded:  Wm. Broadhurst
    Wilson’s Raid, June 21
    Company A
    Wounded:  Andrew Southerland, John Arnold
    Company B
    Wounded:  W.C. Bustin, R.W. Glover, Gordon Powell
    Company C
    Wounded:  Eli Tomlin, Corp. D.K. Orr
    Company D
    Killed:  Elbert Blair
    Wounded:  Thomas D. Farthing
    Company E
    Wounded:  Samuel D. Edwards, since dead; Lewis M. Watson
    Company F
    Killed:  John R. Stirewalt
    Wounded:  M.H. Smith
    Company G
    Wounded:  David Craft
    Company H
    Wounded:  J.C. McKay
    Company K
    Wounded:  Sgt. Jesse Carson, P.B. Jacobs
    Captured:  S.H. Hilton and M. Cruse, Company C
    4th to 21st July
    Company D, Wounded:  Corp. F.F. Hendrix, John Brown
    Company F
    Killed:  Nelson Blackwelder
    Company I
    Killed:  Thomas B. Williams
    White’s Tavern, August 15
    Company C
    Killed:  Sgt. D.S. Hutchinson, J.C. Efird(?)
    Company D
    Wounded:  J.H. Garvie(?), C.P. Abernathy, W.R. Lewis
    Company F
    Wounded:  D.E. Efird(?), C.H. Fisher
    White’s Tavern, August 16
    Company B
    Killed:  W.H. Montague
    Wounded:  Lt. G.(or C.?) M. Roberts, H.C. Soloman
    Company C
    Killed:  Lt. J.L. Morrow
    Wounded:  Private Goodsen
    Company D
    Killed:  Henry Potete
    Wounded:  L. Estis(?)
    Company E
    Wounded:  Lt. J.H. Fuller, Sgt. J.J. Balley(?) Bailey(?) Baltey(?), Sgt. Davis, J.H. Whaless(?), 
    Miles Beldin(?)
    Company F
    Wounded:  Edward Misenheimer, G.C. Smith
    Weldon Railroad, August 21
    Company A
    Wounded:  John Gillian(?)
    Company C
    Wounded:  R.H. Finly, C.L.(?) P - - ts
    Company D
    Killed:  J.H. Bradshaw
    Company E
    Killed:  Henry Sneed
    Company F
    Killed:  J. Lowder
    Company H
    Killed:  I.M. Lilly
    Wounded:  Sgt. H.J. Carraway
    Company I
    Wounded: Jones S - - - thi, Massey(?) Grady, W.C. McGowan, W.J. Broadhurst(?)
    Captured:  R.S. Moore
    Missing:  (first name illegible, maybe Durham?) Grady
    Company K
    Wounded:  John Reeves
    Missing:  Martin Dowell
    George S. Dewey, Adjutant
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, September 12, 1864
    Casualties in Grimes’ Brigade August 21
    Messrs. Editors:  I forward you lists of casualties in Grimes’ Brigade on the 21st and 22nd 
    August, which you will please publish.
    W.L. London, A.A.G. & L.
    List Casualties Grimes’ Brigade in the engagement near Charlestown, Va., on the 21st August
    32nd Regiment
    Company H
    Wounded:  Oscar Braewell
    43rd Regiment
    Company A
    Killed:  J. Brinson, L.J. Quin
    Wounded:  S.H. Grady, G.S. Mobley
    Company B
    Wounded:  E. Steele, W.M. Knight, J. Phillips, S. Mullis
    Company C
    Killed:  Corp. R. Amerson, Jos Boyett, J. Rogers
    Wounded:  Capt. Barres(?), D.W. Gardner, J. Todd, E. Holland, J. Roger
    Company D
    Wounded:  Capt. Carey Whitaker (Commanding regiment), Sgt. J.E. Lawton or Lawson, Sgt. 
    Major R.L. Joyner, J.H. Stamper, W.T. Vaughn
    Company E
    Killed:  Corp. J.E. Cobb
    Wounded:  Sgt. J. Gardner, D. Hill, J. Jordan, H. Turner
    Company G
    Wounded:  Sgt. Jas. Davis
    Company H
    Killed:  J.M. Hammond
    Wounded:  J.W. Thomas, S.D. Cota
    Company I
    Killed:  S. Gillmore, D.H. Crump, W.L. Hildreth
    Wounded:  E.J. Teal, G.T. Dunlap
    Company K
    Wounded:  Sgt. Robert Barber (since died), W.J. Cadwell, Jno. Sneed, Isaac Sneed, W.T. 
    Harrington, A.J. Jackson
    Company A
    Wounded:  Sgt. Major (acting lieutenant) W.B. Kenan, August 22nd 
    45th N.C.T.
    Company A
    Wounded:  Charles Leonard
    Company E
    Wounded:  B.L. Apple
    Company I
    Wounded:  Jno. Hicks
    53rd  N.C.T.
    Company F
    Wounded:  Corp. H. Mitchel (since died), W.G. Mitchel (since died)
    2nd N.C. Battalion
    Company G
    Wounded:  Jas. Hampton
    Casualties of Grimes Brigade on August 22nd
    32nd, 43rd, 53rd, 2nd N.C. Battalion:  None
    45th N.C.T.
    Company B
    Wounded:  Private Apple
    Company D
    Wounded:  Sgt. Lewellen
    Company F
    Wounded:  Private Jerrell
    Company H
    Wounded:  Lt. Watkins
    Company I
    Wounded:  Sgt. Stevens
    Company K
    Wounded:  Private Proctor
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, September 12, 1864
    Casualties 46th N.C.T., from 15th July to 21st August, including the latter date
    August 3:  Company A—Wounded:  Jno. G. Beddingfield, severely in head
    August 10:  Company G—Wounded:  R. Maness(?), mortally, since died on the 11th
    Weldon Railroad, Sunday, August 21:  Company B—Wounded:  C.A. Waggoner, slightly
    Company C—Killed:  S.M. Mess; Wounded:  J.G. Edwards, slightly
    Company E—Wounded:  Corp. F. Harris, E.R. Goss or Gose(?), and C.E. Grisham(?), slightly; 
    Missing:  Thomas H. Jones
    Company F—Killed:  Capt. Thomas A. Branson(?); Wounded:  Samuel Jarrell, slightly
    Company G—Wounded:  E.J. Stinson, severely; W.B. Steed, slightly; Jno. Varner, finger 
    Company H—Wounded:  A. Riddle, slightly
    Company I—Wounded:  W.S. Tindall, severely; T.D. Hair, slightly
    46th N.C.T. in the battle near Reams’ Station, August 25
    Company A
    Wounded:  Capt. H.R. McKinney, badly in arm; Sgt. J.O. Mears, slightly; Sgt. W.L. Phillips, 
    severely in thigh; Corp. Henry Israel, mortally, since died; R. Jones, slightly
    Company B
    Wounded:  Sgt. W.P. Coon(?), A.J. Taylor, Jacob Hernbuger(?), John S. Hampton, all slightly
    Company C
    Wounded:  Lt. T.R. Price, badly in the arm; A.K. Shoren, severely in neck; John Faulkner, 
    severely in hand, since amputated; James Thomas and James Hagood(?), slightly; A.A. Pittard, 
    missing and supposed to have been killed
    Company D
    Killed:  Sgt. John Kelly
    Wounded:  Sgt. A.J. McPhaul, mortally, since died; Sgt. J.H. Morgan, severely in hand; D.D. 
    Livingston, severely in arm and breast; J.A. McCormick, slightly
    Company E
    Wounded:  Lt. H.C. Latta, slightly; Sgt. J.Y. Wheeler, severely in hand; W.J. Brinkley, slightly; 
    C. Meadows, slightly (missing); C.R. Thomason and E. Washington, slightly
    Company F
    Wounded:  S.J. Burn and J.W. Conner, slightly
    Company G
    Killed:  Sgt. J.A. Harmon, G.W. Julian, M. Myers
    Wounded:  Capt. R.P. Troy, severely, in thigh; Lt. J.W. Brock, Sgt. J.J. Turner, W.F. Blair and 
    J.H. Dupree, slightly; J.L. Davis, severely in thigh and foot; B.A. Johnson, slightly
    Company H
    Wounded:  W.J. Piner, severely in abdomen; J.J. Moody, severely in hand; Peter McLean, badly 
    in face; J.A. Cameron, slightly
    Company I
    Wounded:  Sgt. A.T. Herring, badly in thigh; Sgt. J.E. Ezzell, severely in thigh and shoulder; 
    J.R. Bradshaw and T.E. Hair, slightly
    Company K
    Killed:  A.W. Bost, W.D. Wike
    Wounded:  Capt. A.T. Bost, severely in hip and thigh; Lt. M.N. Smyer(?), mortally; Corp. Isaac 
    L. Summit, severely in right groin; W.L. Ditter, mortally; George W. Drum or Brum, severely in 
    thigh; A. Bumgarner, severely in thigh; W.S. Setzer, severely in thigh and arm; W.L. Hewitt, 
    severely in side; Henry Weaver, severely in hand; J.M. Beevy(?), severely in foot and hand; 
    Jacob Arntz, severely in right leg; Jacob Fry, Sgt. J.S. Shuford, Sgt. Simon, E. Kard, Marens 
    Peevy(?), G.(?)M.(?) Jarrett, P.V. Gilbert, Marcus Boyd, Levi Travers, slightly
    A.C. McAlister, Lt. Col., Commanding
    Casualties 52nd N.C.T., August 21
    Field and Staff
    Wounded:  Sgt. Major H.C. Turner in head
    Company A, from Cabarrus
    Killed:  J.H. Wallace
    Company B, from Randolph
    Wounded:  Corp. J.A. Gowens
    Company D, from Stokes
    No casualties
    Company E, from Richmond
    Wounded:  Corp. D.O.(?) Gay, left leg amputated, but doing well; Corp. J.H. Mason, slightly in 
    Company F, from Wilkes
    Wounded:  A. Baker(?), Sgt. Sebastian, Frank Cockerham, all slightly
    Company G, from Lincoln
    Killed:  T.M. Hunt
    Wounded:  Sgt. L.M. Shelton, severely in head and shoulder; John Luckey, slightly; J. Riggins, 
    severely in hip
    Company H, from Lincoln
    Wounded:  O.W. Weathers, severely in hip; W. Hope, C. Friday, Corp. S.J. Fernay, C. Nance, 
    all slightly
    Company I, from Stanly
    Killed:  D.M. Moyer
    Wounded:  W.P. Lowder, severely in hand
    Company K, from Forsythe
    Wounded:  Lt. R.L. Cox, slightly
    Company C, consolidated with Company K—W. Mitchel, missing
    Thinking that the friends of our Company, D, of “Highland Rangers” would like to see an account 
    of the casualties of the company during the campaign, I send the enclosed list, which please 
    List of wounded in Company D, 3rd N.C. Cavalry, Capt. T.J. Brooks, commanding company, in 
    the different engagements of the campaign
    May 27:  D.G. Smith, slightly in arm; Jno. Leslie or Larlie(?), severely in leg
    May 31:  Walter J. Smith, in thigh
    June 3:  Archibald McLaughlin, in thigh
    June 16:  G.W. Brooks, severely in leg
    June 21:  Archibald McRae, in head, since died; J.Q. Adams, in thigh, severe
    August 15:  Lt. W.M. McNeill, slightly in face; J.H. (last name cut off starts with “At”), first name 
    cut off Smith, in hip, since died
    August 16:  J.W. Green, in thigh; Jno. Mundin(?), slightly in foot; A.G. Dowd, slightly in knee
    August 21:  A.D. McKay in left side; R.H. Ryals in arm
    From the 1st N.C. Cavalry
    Messrs Editors:  I think it due our State to let her know of the part her troops take in the various 
    engagements.  That North Carolina has done her pat in this war, the bones of her sons moldering
    on every battlefield, from Bethel to Gettysburg will testify.  I shall attempt to give merely a sketch 
    of the part enacted by the 1st N.C. Cavalry in fights at Jack’s Shops, Madison County and near 
    Liberty Mills, Osage County, Virginia on the 22nd Sept.  My observation was confined to my own 
    regiment, for that reason I shall speak of no other, for fear of doing injustice to some.
    We received orders about 1:00 on the morning of the 22nd to be in the saddle by daybreak.  As
     “rosy fingered Aurora” tinged the eastern skies with the first streak of dawn, the familiar sound 
    of “Boots and Saddles” broke upon our ears.  With the alacrity of troopers of 28 months practice,
     we leapt into our saddles, and soon the regiment was on the march.  The old regiment is reduced 
    to 130 men.  The rest of the brigade fell in and we proceeded to join the other two brigades which 
    constitute Hampton’s Division.  The 2nd, 4th, and 5th N.C., together with ours, form Baker’s N.C.
    Brigade, now commanded by Co. Ferebee of the 5th.  Our regiment is under the command of Lt. 
    Col. Ruffin, Col. Gordon being in command of Butler’s Brigade.  They were told the enemy was 
    in strong force at Madison Court House.
    From here we started under General Stuart (1st N.C. in front) to intersect the pike from Madison 
    C.H. to Gordonsville, which we did about six miles south of the court house.  We did not find 
    the enemy there, so pushed up the pike, Company F, 1st N.C. acting as advance guard, with 
    sabers drawn.  We had proceeded only a short distance when our advance guard came up with 
    the advance guard of the enemy.  Our boys charged them and ran them back; the regiment drew 
    sabers and took up the gallop, keeping close behind. 
    Just beyond Jack’s Shop (where we first fell in with the enemy), there was a skirt of pines, 
    extending on either side of the road.  In these, the enemy were posted, their dismounted 
    skirmishers lining the fence.  Into this, Company F, under command of Lt. Foard, charged most 
    gallantly.  Here they were confronted by an overwhelming force of cavalry, and from every tree 
    whistled a rifle bullet.  After emptying their pistols in the face of the foe, the remnant of them 
    then came out, and reported the strength and position of the enemy.  
    The column was halted in 50 yards of the woods.  It was deemed impracticable to charge the 
    enemy posted as they were in the woods.  Sharpshooters were immediately dismounted from 
    every company and thrown forward, except Companies A and H, under Capt. Cowles, who were 
    sent to the left to hold the flanks.  These were soon thrown out as sharpshooters, and the whole 
    regiment was then dismounted.  
    Major Clark, whose horse had been shot from under him, took command of the line.  Our men 
    gallantly charged the woods, drove the enemy back, and for some time held their position in the 
    pines.  The fight had now become general.  Squadrons of sharpshooters were seen hurrying up 
    from our own brigade and Col. Gordon’s command, to support us.   It was here, while cheering 
    on his men, that the gallant Captain Andrews fell, shot through the lungs.  No braver or better 
    man has fallen during this war.  He was universally beloved by all.  His wound, which at first was 
    thought mortal, now gives hope of his recovery.
    The artillery now opened upon us, and General Stuart, who, with Colonels Gordon, Ferebee and 
    Ruffin, was in front, called to our boys to pick off their artillerymen.  After a stubborn resistance, 
    we were overpowered, and fell back about 200 yards, which position we held until the enemy 
    had gained our rear and we were ordered to retreat.  We had fallen back about a mile, when we 
    heard firing in our rear, and coming out on an open hill, we found our artillery posted to sweep 
    in every direction.  The cause of this at first we could not divine, but we were not long in finding 
    out, for the bullets began to whistle around us from every quarter.  Col. Ruffin formed our 
    command on the crest of a hill; we numbered only about fifty men. Of the 130 who went into the
    battle, (the next two lines are illegible, but number the men who had been killed, wounded or 
    We now had to cut our way out.  We moved on.  Just ahead of us we heard a shout, and after a 
    little we saw a crowd of blue jackets coming in divested of arms, canteens and spurs. Col. 
    Ferebee, with a part of his command and a miscellaneous crowd from every command, had 
    charged and cut the Yankee line.  The Yankees, having failed in their attempt to hem in 
    Hampton’s Division, as they have always failed before, drew off, and we made our way quietly 
    to the river.
    When we arrived at the river, we beheld another large column of the enemy, across the river, 
    and about two miles above.  We crossed at Liberty Mills, and took a road leading to them.  
    The evening was far advanced; only a short time remained of the day light, yet they must be 
    driven back before night.  We found a body of our infantry deployed along a fence and through 
    a field, holding them in check.  We went to their left, under a ridge of hills into a wood; 
    Company K, Captain Addington, was thrown forward as an advance guard.
    We came out of the woods to the left and in front of the infantry. The Yankees were prepared for 
    us, and opened a heavy fire of artillery with their usual accuracy.  General Stuart now ordered 
    the charge.  The last rays of the setting sun was glistening on our sabers as we raised the war 
    cry.  The horses participated in the excitement and forgetting their weariness, dashed forward.  
    It was a long charge, over hills and gullies.  The enemy had limbered up and took their artillery 
    back to a safer position; further on we saw a large body of their cavalry, who opened on us with
    their rifles; we made for them through a shower of grape and rifle balls.  Just before we reached 
    them, they broke and ran, leaving an impassable branch between us; at the same time a body 
    of their sharp shooters opened on us, from the right, and we turned upon them, and closed the 
    day by capturing all who made a stand.
    Our brigade suffered the heaviest loss.  There were 92 casualties, out of about 500 men who 
    went into the fight.  Of Butler’s Brigade, the Cobb and Phillips Legions, and 2nd S.C. only were 
    present.  They were ably commanded by Col. Gordon of this regiment and fought as they have 
    always done, with the greatest of courage.  Lt. Col. Delony of the Cobb Legion was wounded in 
    the leg and fell into the hands of the Yankees while on his way to the river.  Hampton’s Division 
    alone were present.  They mounted about 2,000 men in all, and were confronted by over 6,000 
    Yankees under General Kilpatrick and General Buford.  They had started on a raid to 
    Gordonsville and Charlottesville, but heir plan was unfortunately nipped in the bud.  During the 
    night of the 22nd, they commenced moving and fell back rapidly to their old position.  Everything 
    now is quiet.
    1st N.C. Cavalry
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, October 3, 1864
    Grimes’ Brigade, Casualties in an engagement with Averill’s Division of Cavalry near this place 
    (Winchester, Va.)
    W.L. London, A.A.G.
    List Casualties in Grimes’ Brigade in the engagement on the 5th September
    43rd N.C.T.
    Company C, Lt. S.D. Killette; Company E, John Whitley; Company H, Lt. B.F. Moore, William 
    Harrington; Company I, R. Redfearn; Company K, Isaac Sneed, B.S. Pond, George K. Caddell
    32nd N.C.T.
    Company E, John Probst; Company I, Elijah Corcoran
    45th N.C.T.
    Company A, David Joyce; Company C, Wm. Harris; Company F, Sgt. Lewis
    53rd N.C.T.
    Company B, J.N. Howie; Company E, Sgt. W.E. Patterson; Company H, John Eaton
    Casualties in Company H, 30th N.C.T. in the battle of Sept. 19, near Winchester, Va.
    Wounded:  Corp. J.J. Hight, mortally; Corp. H. Matthews, leg broken
    Missing:  Private E. Hendrick
    Casualties 14th N.C.T. at Winchester, Sept. 19
    Company C
    Killed:  Private W.L. Stanback
    Wounded:  Lt. W.A. Liles in foot; Sgt. J.W. Turner, leg; Corp. J.B. Waddill, right thigh; Private 
    C. Coyer, shoulder; J.J. McLendon, left arm; G.A. Morton, leg (contusion); W.C. Threadgill(?), 
    left hand and prisoner; T.J. Watkins, in face and shoulder; Jos. Wheeler, in knee
    Company H
    Killed:  Capt. J.R. Deberry
    Missing:  Private J.A. Lilly and W.E. Davis, prisoner and wounded, Lt. W.H. Hearne, severe in 
    left foot
    Wounded:  Corp. E. Lowder in head; E. Maberry severe in left shoulder; Private B.M. Maberry, 
    D.D. Nobles in right arm; John Dry  
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, October 17, 1864
    Casualties 51st N.C.T. (Col. McKethan’s) in the attack on Fort Harrison on the 30th ult.
    Lt. Col. C.B. Hobson, commanding (Col. McKethan commanding the brigade)
    Field and Staff:
    Missing:  Lt. Col. C.B. Hobson
    Wounded:  Sgt. Major W.D. McMillan, severe in shoulder
    Company A, Capt. E. Southerland commanding
    Wounded:  Lt. R.J.P. Howes, severe in leg and breast and in the hands of the enemy; Corp. 
    Thomas Atkinson severe in shoulder; W.H. Bueland, left side, severe; R.J. Baker, severe, right 
    foot, and left arm amputated; J.W.U. Harrel, severe in left leg; N.R. Rezier, severe in left leg and 
    in enemy’s hands; W.L. Woodcock, severe in shoulder
    Missing:  Sgt. J. Ennis, Privates W.B.Byrd, L. Edwards, S. Holmes, (first name not given) 
    Maney(?), J.H. Porter
    Company B, Lt. C.L. Cowles commanding
    Wounded:  Sgt. George W. Merritt, slight in thigh; J.P. Book, slight in thigh; W.R. Best, slight 
    in leg; Wm. Jones, severe in leg; D.J. Smith, severe in side
    Missing:  Sgt. J.E. Williamson, Corp. C.M. Strickland, John Armstrong, A. Gay(?), J.W. Herring, 
    W.A. McArthur
    Company C, Lt. E.L. Watson commanding
    Killed:  Paul Taylor
    Wounded:  W.H. Castle(?), severe in thigh; Levi Merritt, slight in neck; Elisa Sullivan, stunned 
    by shell; Robert Watkins, slight in leg
    Missing:  A. Keathley(?)
    Company D, Lt. F.B. Carrie or Carris, commanding
    Killed:  Corp. R.M. Currie; D. McG. Currie
    Wounded:  Lt. F.S. Currie, severe in right shoulder; Privates H. McGougan, severe in head; G. 
    G. Little, seriously in right thigh; J. Overton, severe in right thigh; Jacob Musslewhite, slight in leg
    Missing:  H.H. McCallum
    Company E, Lt. J.P. Pitman commanding
    Wounded:  Sgt. J. Bullock, slight in foot; Corp. W.W. Prevatt, slight in finger; C.E. Bullock, 
    severe in hand; J.C. Morris, severe in right arm; E.(?) McNeill, slight in head; N. Carter, slight 
    in arm
    Missing:  Lt. J.P. Pitman, Wm. McCormick, J. Prevatt, A. Taylor
    Company F, Capt. W.S. Norment commanding
    Wounded:  Capt. W.S. Norment in right leg; Corp. W.B. McLellan, severe in head; Wm. 
    Humphrey, slight in thigh; A.B. Parnell, slight in left arm; Jackson Boon, slight in thigh
    Company G, Lt. T.B. Lippitt commanding
    Killed:  W.J. Beasley(?)
    Wounded:  W. Jernigan, severe in foot; J.Q. Williams, in finger
    Company H, Lt. J.A. Meares(?) commanding
    Wounded:  Sgt. B. Colyer in head; W.J. Cotrell in hand; D. Tyson severe in left leg
    Missing:  Sgt. J.E. Campbell, Wm. Batten, M. Cartrell(?), F.R. George, P.R. Kolichan(?), A. 
    Nobles, C. Odem, B.B. Reynolds, J.T. Thompson, J.N. Tyson
    Company I, Lt. C.T. Guy commanding
    Wounded:  Lt. C.T. Guy, in left leg; Privates S.C. Beasley, severe in shoulder; T.D. Jones, 
    severe in leg; Irvine Jones, severe in side; W.J. Noll in abdomen
    Missing:  Corp. W.J. Blue, H.J. Bayne, Privates A.G. Bayne, R.R. Bell(?) Neil(?), Wm. Holly, 
    J. Bruce, J.D. Williams, J.C. Gaddie, James Bell
    Company K, Lt. H.V. Honston, commanding
    Wounded:  Privates W.H. Rich, severe in head; M.L. Bradshaw in thigh
    Missing:  Corp. B.f. Hollingsworth, Privates J.C. Williford, J.T. Williford
    The Cumberland, Harnett, Robeson and Anson Counties in other regiments of the Brigade 
    (Clingman’s) suffered as follows:
    Company E, 8th N.C.T., Cumberland and Harnett—Capt. L.R. Breece commanding
    Wounded:  Lt. S.R. Hargrove, feet; Sgt. L.H. Howard, leg; Private W. Burgess, leg; Sgt. A. 
    Burgess, leg
    Missing:  Capt. L.R. Breece, Corp. D. Beard, Privates W. Beard, James Cade, H. Faircloth, J. 
    Wright, T. B - - dson, W. De - - (De-i?), J. Ferguson, E. Hilliard, W. Berryman
    Company A, 31st, Robeson County, Captain J.F. Fort commanding
    Wounded:  Sgt. H.B. Regan, foot; Corp. N.S. Wisnat(?), slightly in hip
    Missing:  Capt. J.F. Fort, Lt. J.C. Barnes(?), Sgt. A.D. Watson, Corp. E. W- - - - (Went?), 
    Privates Wm. Best(?), W.H. Copps(?), R.(?) Edward, F. Hardin, J.W. Watts, A. Watson(?), 
    H.C. Mercer
    Company D(?), 31st, Anson County, Lt. J.L. Everett commanding
    Killed:  Sgt. J.W. Hancock(?)
    Wounded:  Privates J.C. (last name illegible as well as the next two names), J. Does(?) in 
    shoulder; W.V. Hatcher, in head, severe; B.P. Liles(?) in hand; J.H. Mack(?) in arm; E.M. 
    (first two letters of last name illegible, might start with a ‘Q’ or ‘C’ last three letters of the five 
    letters—‘age’), in hip; J.L. Poplin in side and abdomen; J.B. Parker, leg; W.D. Parker, hand; 
    D.M. Peat(?), ankle; J. Staton(?), hip
    Missing:  Orderly Sgt. J.N. DeBerry
    Company I, 31st N.C.T., Harnett County, Lt. D.M.L. Jones commanding
    Killed:   Private W.H. Faucett
    Wounded:  Lt. D.M.L. Jones, since dead; Corp. N.J. Johnson, leg, severe; Private Jno. A. 
    Ballard, leg
    Missing:  Sgt. R.D. Lanier, Privates Wm. Arnold, J.A. Cutts, James H. Smith, N.A. Thrailkill
    Casualties 44th N.C.T. in the engagement of September 30 and October 1, 1864
    Field and Staff
    Wounded:  Major. C.(?) M. Stedman, foot, slight
    Acting Ensign Jas. Forest, thigh, severe
    Company A
    Killed:  H.F. Ezell
    Wounded:  Sgt. B. Purtear(?), knee, severe; W.T. Grubbs(?), breast, mortal; Moses Garner, 
    leg, slight; Corp. J.H. Jenkins, shoulder, slight; H. Cutts(?), slight, leg; A.G. Norwood, thigh, 
    Missing:  Sgt. J.M. Davis
    Company B
    Wounded:  Capt. R.C. Brown, leg, severe; Sgt. W.J. Winburg, leg broken; Corp. Alex Rawls, 
    hip, severe; Corp. W.H. Powell, arm, severe; Ezum Tolson, shoulder, severe; N. Fountain, 
    hand, very severe; Wade Bunting(?), hip, slight; W.D. Andrews, arm, severe; Alex Moore, arm, 
    severe; Wm. Edmundson, thigh, severe; Jas. H. parker, neck, slight
    Company C
    Killed:  P. McG- - w - - rn
    Wounded:  T.R. Pollard, thigh, severe
    Missing:  J. May
    Company D
    Wounded:  Lt. G.W. Parker, leg amputated; Lt. Thos. King, thigh broken; Corp. Sidney Harris, 
    shoulder, severe; T.B. Taylor, hip, severe
    Missing:  Sgt. B. Fleming
    Company E
    Killed:  Corp. Wm. Tilman
    Wounded:  Lt. S.J. Tally, thigh, severe; S.W. Womble, thigh, severe; G.R. Myrick(?), thigh, 
    severe; C.C. Williams, foot, severe; S.S. Cain, arm broken; Stepson Scott, arm, severe; J. 
    Salmon, arm, slight; W.(?) S. Hilliard, leg, severe; M. Kelly, leg, severe; Lemuel Smith, hip, 
    severe; W.J. Maner(?), face, severe; E.E. Diamuse(?), head, severe; Jno. A. Craven, legs, 
    severe; J.L. Moon, thigh broken and prisoner; Buckner Johnson, arm, severe
    Missing:  R. Cox
    Company F
    Wounded:  Elias Slack(?), thigh broken; Jas. Kearns, side, severe; Wm. Waisner(?), shoulder, 
    Company G
    Wounded:  Sgt. Thomas A. Clark, mortally, since died; Corp. Jno. D. Scott, face, severe; 
    W.T. Crawford, shoulder, severe; J. Sidney Steel(?), leg, severe; Silas Workman, arm, severe; 
    W.H. Ward, arm, severe; Alfred Peoples, leg, severe; David Coble, shoulder, slight; Sidney 
    Walger(?), arm, severe; Presley Garner, arm, severe
    Company H
    Wounded:  Sgt. Z.G. Brady, knee, slight; Sgt. A.D. Martin, leg, severe; Corp. M.P. Leach, 
    arm, severe; Corp. A.B. Loudermilk, thigh, severe; J.C. Tucker, arm, broken and leg, severely; 
    Z.G. Linebury, leg, slight; E. Cornelison(?), leg, severe; Jno. Barden, leg, severe
    Missing:  Travis Brown, Notson(?) Hurlee
    Company I
    Killed:  G.W. Bentley, M.A. Edwards
    Wounded:  Sgt. J.H. Miles(?), thigh, severe; Corp. N.R. Parsons, thigh broken and prisoner; 
    J.B. Spears, arm, severe; F. McGlanhorn(?), shoulder, severe; James Long, shoulder, severe; 
    A.G. Moon, hand, severe; W. H. Canon, thigh, slight
    Company K
    Killed:  Sgt. W.B. Shemwell
    Wounded:  Sgt. John Huff, thigh, severe; Corp. B.H. Freeman, shoulder, severe; John Henry, 
    groin, severe; P. Lanier, foot, slight; A.W. Merritt, breast, severe; A. Grubbs, thigh, severe; 
    D.R. Gordon, thigh and head, slight; F. Thomason, thigh, severe; J. Snipes, knee, severe
    Missing:  Corp. W.H. Duke
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, October 3, 1864
    Camp 3rd Cavalry, Near Reams’ Station
    September 22, 1864
    September 22, 1864
    The monotony of camp life was broken again on the 16th inst. By a dozen bugles souding 
    “boots and saddles”, four days rations of  “hard tack” having already been issued the men.
    The night of the 16th found us on the Norfolk Railroad, 20 miles below Petersburg.  Our 
    column consisted of detachments from Rosser’s, Dearing’s, Chambliss’ (now Davis’) and 
    Barringer’s Brigades.  Of our brigade, there were the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Regiments.  The 5th 
    was otherwise employed.  
    On Friday morning (I suppose it is called morning, after midnight) at 1:00 we moved off.  The 
    column divided so as to approach the point of attack from below and above,
    Roser and Dearing went below, Barringer and Davis above, to the left.  We halted for a 
    moment to await tidings from Rosser, while we were about four miles from Coggin’s Point, 
    where the cattle were grazing.  The moon had gone down, leaving the world to darkness.
    We halted but a moment, when the grey streaks of morning came darting from the east, and 
    with them came the hearty cheers of Rosser’s and Dearing’s men as they pounced upon the 
    Yankee pickets and camp, capturing and scattering all that stood in their way.  Again our 
    column moved on, Col Davis’ Brigade going in front, and very soon a “halt” from the Yankee 
    pickets was answered with a charge by the Virginians.  On this road, we scattered the 
    Yankee pickets, capturing 20 or 25 besides the camp and camp equipage.  By some means, 
    the work was not done as well as it ought to have been done.  Still, we moved on to within 
    three miles of Prince George Court House, dismounted, and in a few minutes had substantial 
    breastworks guarding the way of approach from Grant’s main force above.
    We remained there until about 10:00, the enemy in our front making but a feeble demonstration, 
    skirmishing lightly with our videttes.  The prisoners taken numbered nearly 400, including two 
    majors and captains each.  We then followed on quietly, with scarcely a gun to tell us that we 
    were in the “enemy’s territory”.  Four or five regiments showed themselves in our front just as 
    our advance reached the vicinity of the Jerusalem Plank Road in the evening.  General Hampton 
    turned off to the left by another route, while Rosser and Dearing, who were in advance, 
    dismounted and went to work, determined to remove all obstructions.
    I had almost forgotten to tell you that Capt. Graham and Capt. McGregor’s batteries were 
    represented in our column, each having two pieces.  About sunset, or a little after, when 
    we—the rear—came up, they made such an amount of  “thunder” as I never heard from so 
    small batteries.  Between the fire of the artillery and the spirited charges of our dismounted 
    cavalry, the enemy cleared the track for our wagon train and all.  
    About this time, they appeared in the rear in the road we had come up.  Col. Roberts of the 
    2nd N.C. attended to them there.  We reached our old quarters with all our plunder safe.  The 
    loss during the expedition was very slight—25 perhaps, nearly all of whom were captured at 
    different times from various causes.  All is quiet again.
    As ever yours,
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, Oct. 17, 1864
    Casualties 23rd N.C.T. in the engagement at Winchester on Sept. 19, Fisher’s Hill on the 
    22nd, and New Market on the 24th September
    Field and Staff
    Wounded:  Col. C.C. Blacknallin, in ankle
    Company A
    Killed:  Wm. Birmingham
    Wounded:  Spencer Short, J.T. Lockhart
    Missing:  Sgts. Alex Duren and Jno. R. Richardson, Corp. W.A. Barrett, R.(?)M. Allan, J.W. 
    Munnerlyn, J.W. Meadows, Thomas Phillips, Thomas R – ri -, D.(?)D. Gaddy, J.R. Munnerlyn
    Company B
    Killed:  R.T. Ramseur
    Wounded:  Corp. P. Seagle, Marcus Williams, E.D. Ramseur
    Missing:  Lt. M.M. Picos(?), E. Serones(?)
    Company C
    Wounded:  J.H. Campbell, W.R. Senkler(?), G.W. Hall
    Missing:  Capt. E.H. Lyon, Sgt. J.W. Harris, E.F. Davie, W.G. Davis, Thomas Shaw, Lewis 
    Parker, W.N. Litaker
    Company D
    Wounded:  Parks Chappell, W. Bart, Solomon McLean, Michael Scott
    Missing:  Corp. C.P. Powell, Sgt. C. Porter, C.C. Garrett
    Company E
    Wounded:  Corp. W.H. Bunsell, P.F. Bowlin, W.H. Duke, W.J. Peace
    Missing:  J. Clay, H.R. Chappell
    Company F
    Wounded:  H.P. Bumgarner
    Missing:  Sgts. A.G. Propst and W.D. Eckard, J.P. Abernathy, Alfred Baker, Bart Baker, 
    M.A. Huffman, I.E. Jones, J.S. Lutz, G.F. Rink, John Weaver, Eli Burns
    Company G
    Wounded:  R.A. Turner, F.K. Best
    Missing:  Sgt. F. Vaughan, Hillman Robinson, Alex Robinson, S.W. Reaves, Jno. Harris
    Company H
    Wounded:  Lt. J.B.F. Riddle
    Missing:  Sgt. H.A. Torrence, J.D. Torrence, C.F. Jarrett
    Company I
    Wounded:  Sgts. S.L. Puryser and Alfred Hebgood, Jas. Clark, F.M. Dixon, Jno. Hart, C.W. 
    Missing:  Jno. Faucette, J.R. Purysar, L.P. Wilson
    Company K
    Killed:  Jas. Maberry
    Wounded:  Sgt. W.L. Leckman, J.A. Howard, J.R. Little, F.M. Ballard, A.A. Goodman(?)
    Missing:  T.C. Henderson, J.S. Shipp, Eli Yount, W.H. Brotherton
    In justice to the regiment I should here state that it was on picket at the time the attack was 
    made at Winchester, where our loss was greatest, and held the enemy in check until 
    reinforced, the enemy advanced in such numbers as to cover both flanks of the regiment, and 
    charging our line succeeded in capturing many of the pickets and skirmishers that wee in the 
    advance; let me state that our camp was not surprised and the troops thrown in confusion by 
    the advance of the enemy as was recently stated in some of the papers.
    Yours truly,
    Jno. P. Leach
    Lt., Acting Adjutant
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, October 24, 1864
    Casualties 54th Regiment N.C.T., in the engagements of Sept. 19 and 22 near Winchester, Va.
    Field and Staff, Lt. Col. A. Ellis, commanding
    Wounded:  Lt. Col. Ellis, left arm shattered
    Company A, Lt. H.A. Clements, commanding
    Killed:  None
    Wounded:  J.F. Hartly, severe in leg; A. Grubb, arm amputated; Sol Phillips, arm shattered; 
    R.A. Williams, mortally in back
    Missing:  T.S. Johnson
    Company B, Lt. M.S. Marler, commanding
    Killed:  Sol Ramsay
    Wounded:  Wm. Bingham, thigh broken; J.M. Boon(?), severe in both legs; J. Huffman, painful 
    in ankle; Jas. Giles, slight in hand; Jas. Henline, slight in breast; D. Parker, severe in arm; E. 
    Curewell(?), slight in hip; E. Hoyl, slight in hand
    Missing:  Jas. Hensley, J.P. Jones(?)
    Company C, Lt. J.M. Williams, commanding
    Killed:  Sgt. D. Murphy
    Wounded:  Sgt. W.B. McAlister, severe in arm; Corp. Joshua(?) Taylor, severe in head; J.W. 
    Knight, severe in side; H.W. Graham, painful in ankle; S. Stanley, severe in thigh; Malcolm(?) 
    Malloy, slight in hand; W.C. (or G.) West. Slight in shoulder; D. Carter, severe in hand; D.G. 
    Williams, slight on knee.
    Missing:  S. Faircloth
    Company D, Lt. A. Rogers, commanding
    Killed:  None
    Wounded:  Lt. A. Rogers, severe in both thighs; J.S.(or H.) Bradley, finger amputated; W.A. 
    Wade, severe in thigh; J.H. Woody, slight in hand; Jno. Greenhill, severe in hand; N.N. Tuck, 
    severe in thigh
    Missing:  Corp. J.M. Edwards, R.C. Edwards, J.E. Adams, H.D. Vaughn
    Company E, Lt. R.G. Russell, commanding
    Killed:  None
    Wounded:  Alex Speake(?), severe in leg; J.W. Jacobs, severe in face
    Company F, Lt. J. Ragsdale, commanding
    Killed and wounded:  None
    Missing:  Lt. J.S. Ragsdale, Lewis Harrell
    Company G, J.O. Marlin, commanding
    Killed:  none
    Wounded:  Lt. J. Martin, mortally, since died; Eugene Carter, severe in neck
    Company H, Lt. A. Begore(?), commanding
    Killed:  Sgt. S.A. Hayes
    Wounded:  Sgt. H. Cockerham, severe in arm; C.C. Rigsby, in foot and knee; Hugh Money(?), 
    severe in arm
    Missing:  Corp. Thomas Wilcoxen, S. Jenkins, H.C.(?) Gwyer, Jas. Money
    Company I, Lt. J.M. Williams, commanding
    Killed:  W.H. Russell
    Wounded:  J.C. McFarland, severe in side; J.H.(?) Devin, severe in leg; H. Morgan, severe in 
    Missing:  Alex May
    Company K, Lt. J.W. Kittrell, commanding
    Killed:  None
    Wounded:  Sgt. B.T. Tucker, severe in ankle
    Missing:  Lt. J.W. Kittrell, J. King
    Camp 51st N.C.T., near Petersburg, Sept. 20, 1864
    Messrs. Editors:
    Please publish in your paper a correct list of the casualties of Company I, 51st N.C.T. for the 
    information of relatives and friends at home.  The following are the different battles that we 
    have participated in during the campaign, viz:  
    Battle of Drewry’s Bluff, May 10, 1864
    Killed:  Privates H. Bunce(?), D. Blue, S. Gilmore, J.A. Gay, J.E. Gay, J. Moore, W.L.
     Skipper, M. McL.(?) Smith, John Tew
    Wounded:  Sgt. J.R. Bule(?)Buie(?), in left arm; Privates J. Adams, A.B. Bain, severe; J.D. 
    Breece(?), D.J. Culbreth, slight; W. Holly, John A.W. Sandy, severe; J. D. Williams, severe 
    in left leg, captured; Lt. J.A. McArthur, Sgt. M.D. Geddie, S. Howard, S. Holley, Alderman T. 
    Jackson, D.A. McMillan, W.P. Pope, A. Moore, W.B. Porter
    Battle of Bermuda Hundred, May 20
    Killed:  Privates H.(?) Williams, John H. Taylor
    Wounded:  D. Autry; D.W. Brock, mortally, since died; W.H. Adams, slight
    Battle of Cold Harbor, May 31
    Killed:  Private Allen T. Jackson
    Wounded:  Privates Joe West, H.J. Bain, T.D. Jones, slight; J.W. Hemingway, fore finger shot off
    Battle Continued at Cold Harbor, June 1
    Wounded:  Sgt. H.H. Bolton, slight
    Privates D. Darden, J.C. Gaddie, slight; D. Stewart, severe in right thigh, captured; Capt. 
    George Sloan, Sgt. H.L. Hall, Privates T. Bryant, J.W. Carroll, N.H. Deaver, J.D. Davis, W.D.B. 
    Ellis, G.C. Fisher, D. Graham, W.R. Glover(?), J.J. Hardison, D.D. Jones, John Jackson, J.W. 
    Jackson, W.T. Mainer, D. Monroe, A.C. McDonald, D. McIntyre, M. McCorqudale, W.J. Norris, 
    W. Nunnery, D.W. Pope, P.M. Smith, Thomas J. Strickland, A.J. Taylor, M.L. Simmons, Alex 
    Tew, J.R. Tew, J.L. Tew, D.C. Tew, J.M. Tew, Jac. Tew, J.C. Warren
    Also, at the same line, June 12
    Killed by a sharpshooter:  Private W.T. Ledbetter
    Wounded, same day:  Private R.R. Bell, slightly in foot
    Captured at Bermuda Hundred, May 16
    Private D.J. Culbreth
    Battle of Camp Hill, near Petersburg, June 16
    Wounded:  Private Sion McD. Barefoot, slight
    Same Place, morning of June 17
    Killed by a sharpshooter:  Corp. H.J. Daughtry
    Evening’s charge of June 17
    Wounded:  Privates W.H. Adams, H.J. Bain, J.E. Phillips, J.H. Blackburn, slight; W.N. 
    Ralford(?), severe in head
    Also, on the front line, by a sharpshooter, June 21
    Wounded:  Corp. W.J. Blue, slight in breast
    Also, by a sharpshooter, June 26
    Wounded:  Private G.W. Carver, severe
    Charge on the Weldon Railroad, Aug. 19
    Captured:  Sgt. H.H. Balton(?), Corp. Thomas J. Powers, Privates B. Page(?), King Bryand, 
    supposed captured.  Also, Lt. W.A. Guy, Ensign Officer of the 51st, was captured during the 
    same charge
    By Collision of Cars on the Erie Railroad While Being Transferred from Point Lookout to 
    Elmira, N.Y., July 15
    Killed:  Privates T. Bryant, J.W. Carroll, N.H. Deaver, J.D. Davis, D. Graham, J.J. Hardison, 
    D. Monroe, M. McCorqudale, Thomas J. Strickland, W. Nunnery(?)
    Wounded:  W.D.B. Ellis, W.R. Glover, John Jackson, J.W. Jackson, A.C. McDonald, D. 
    McIntyre, W.J. Norris, P.M. Smith, J.D. Pope, J.R. Tew, D.C. Tew, A.J. Taylor, J.C. Warren, 
    severe; G.C. Fisher, D.D. Jones, W.T. Meiner, slight
    We have now present with the company only 29, twenty of which are reported for duty.  We 
    hope that the friends at home will pardon us for neglecting this publication until now as we 
    have been at times in ill health, and at all other times slightly confined in the ditches.  We 
    further state that the remainder of Company I, 51st Regiment N.C.T., though they be few in 
    numbers, are ever ready to meet Grant or Butler
    Very Respectfully,
    G.T. Guy, commanding
    Casualties 52nd N.C.T. from the 30th September to the 2nd October, 1864
    McRae’s Brigade Infirmary, October 23, 1864
    Messrs Editors:
    Please publish the following list of casualties in the 52nd N.C.T. from the 30th September to 
    the 2nd of October.
    Company A
    Wounded:  Private A. Cline, left hand, flesh; G. Nesbitt, right hand, slight
    Company B
    Corp. C.L. Robbins, left hand, severe; Private H. Bard of Bird, right hand, slight
    Company C
    Nothing was shown in the paper for this company
    Company D
    Wounded:  Sgt. J. Allen, right leg, flesh; Private W. Helm, right side, slight
    Company E
    Killed:  Sgt. J.H. Mason
    Wounded:  Sgt. Isaac Gateley, left leg, flesh
    Company F
    Wounded:  Lt. J.G. Hall, right arm, flesh; Sgt. J.W. Emerson, left arm, flesh; Corp. A. Cain, 
    left leg amputated; Private G.H. Brown, left leg, flesh; John Higgins, left side, severe; T.C. 
    Carlton, left hand, slight
    Company G
    Wounded:  Lt. Jno. Gatins, right shoulder and arm, flesh; Private John Sherill, left arm 
    amputated; Thomas R - - d, left foot, flesh; T.F. Hager, left arm, slight
    Company H
    Wounded:  Privates D.A. Summery, right arm, severe; J.A. Bumfelt, left foot, flesh; P. Cooly, 
    head, flesh; John Parker, left leg, flesh
    Company I
    Wounded:  Corp. Green Smith, left leg fractured and amputated; Privates S. Smith, left leg, 
    slight; J.M. McClestor(?), abdomen, slight
    Company K
    Killed:  Sgt. G.E. Clayton
    Wounded:  Sgt. W.D. Wallesa(?), right breast, severe; Privates Jas. Martin, left thigh, flesh; 
    E.A. Moser, right foot, severe; A. Cook(?), right ankle, severe
    E.J. Deberry, H.S. 52nd N.C.T.
    Casualties 14th N.C.T. (no dates given)
    14th N.C.T., Strasburg, October 19
    Company A
    Wounded:  Sgt. Jas. W. Newsom, mortally, since died; Corp. Jesse F. Newsom, severely
    Company B
    Wounded:  Z. Russel(?), finger amputated
    Company C
    Wounded:  G.W. McAwley, thigh, severe; J.H.D. Saunders, thigh, severe; A.A. Waddill, 
    shoulder, severe; Jno. Threadgill, leg
    Missing:  H.B. Saunders, and J.D. Musk(?) Mask(?)
    Company D
    Wounded:  Capt. Wm. W. Weir, mortally; H.M. Dameron, mortally; Sgt. J.F. Goforth, leg, severe
    Missing:  Corp. J.F. Long, N. Bonds
    Company E
    Wounded:  Jno. Cook, hip; Jno. N. Hubbard, leg amputated; A. Messer, mouth, severe; B. 
    Pollard, leg, severe
    Missing:  H.C. Lassiter
    Company F
    Wounded:  Sgt. A.H. Jones, thigh broken and captured; Sgt. N.B. Westall, slight; J.R. Patilla, 
    hip, severe; D.N. Phelto, finger amputated
    Missing:  E. Campbell, J.C. Meltna(?)
    Company G
    Wounded:  Capt. A.J. Griffith, thigh, severe, captured; W.W. Stubblefield, face, severe
    Missing:  Jno. S. Strader
    Company H
    Wounded:  Sgt. C.A. Shankle, arm, severe; Sgt. Ivey Ritchie, side, severe; Sgt. Bennett 
    Russell, arm, severe; Corp. Eben Lowden, arm, severe; Jno. Dry, leg, severe; W.E. Dees(?), 
    foot, severe, captured
    Company I
    Wounded:  Capt. T.B. Basil(?), neck, severe; Wm. Conrad, shoulder, severe; J.H. Simms(?), 
    leg, slight; Robert Kesler, thigh, slight; L. Lepp, ankle
    Missing:  H.B. Beck
    Company K
    Wounded:  J.E. Moore, shoulder, severe; J.H. Watkins, leg, severe
    Missing:  Sgt. D. Thompson, A.F. West
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, November 14, 1864
    44th N.C.T., Major C.M. Stedman, commanding, casualties in the late engagement at 
    Burgess’ Mill, October 27
     Field and Staff
    Sgt. A.S. Webb, missing
    Company A
    Missing:  Lt. R.W. Stedman, Sgt. J.T. Hays, Corps. J. Brummall or Brummatt, Isaac Jenkins, 
    W.P. Forsyth, George Holloway, Uriah Cutts, D.W. Sherron
    Company B
    Killed:  J.B. Hargrove
    Wounded:  Sgt. Ollen(?) Warren
    Missing:  Lt. T.M. Carter, Sgt. W. Carney, Corp. B. Baker, L.T. Armstrong, D. Brasswell, 
    Jas. L. Crawford, Wm. L. Cook, Z.R. Carpenter, Wesley Fountain, Jno. W. Mitchell, W.D. 
    Mitchell, George W. Thompson, W.D. Williams
    Company C
    Wounded:  R.D. Schmidt
    Missing:  Sgt. J.J. Jackson, Thomas Teel, Jesse Proctor, Henry Baker, Jos. Tindale or 
    Tisdale, Edward Clark, T. J.(?) Dougaty, Robert Forbes, wounded
    Company D
    Missing:  Sgts. Wm. Smith and G.S. Barnhill, G.W. Crawford, Walter Corbat(?), Alfred
    Leggett, J.R. McCarther, W.W. Norris, A.J. Whichard
    Company E
    Wounded:  A. Clark, S.O. Linthicum
    Missing:  Lt. N.B. Hilliard, Sgt. J.D. Wicker, Jos. Tillman, A. Pool, Thomas Clark, Harris 
    Hurt, W. Brown, C.B. Dismukes, Jno. Davis, Marion Smith
    Company F
    Wounded:  Capt. G.W. Montgomery, W.C. Morris
    Missing:  Sgts. J.A. Lisk and Gilbert Russell, J.B. Coggins, L. Campbell, Jno. A. Kears, J.K.
    Keath, William Gibson, David Reynolds, Wm. Russell, Jesse Reves, S.W. Thompson, Milton 
    Talbert, Wm. Wasner(?), Alex Wasner(?)
    Company G
    Wounded:  A. Carr, S.R. Cates
    Missing:  Sgts. A.J. Roberson and D.M. Sykes, Corp. J.M. Bradshaw, Wm. D. Cates, Jno. E. 
    Cates, Jos. M. Copeland, Jno. Conklin, Daniel Foust, Thomas T. Jones, W.P. Sykes, Jos. P. 
    Tear, J.W.A. Smith, G.W. Thompson, Jos. Thompson, Jos. Ward, W.P. Roberts, Alson Sharp.
    Company H
    Wounded:   J.W. Yew, M. Dennis or Dennie, E.Y. Ball
    Missing:  Sgt. Z.G. Brady, Y. Brown, Wm. Leach, Z.G. Lineberry, G.F. Vancannon, Samuel 
    Company I
    Wounded:  Henry Campbell
    Missing:  Capt. J.R. Rosch, Corp. A. Gardner, W.H. butler, R.P. Nelson, J.B. Speir(?), M.v. 
    Franks, J.A. Adams, F. (or P.) Lathinghouse
    Company K
    Killed:  J.C. Wood
    Wounded:  Maben Sykes, R. Alley(?), R. Bobbitt(?), W.J. Cates, Robert Carr, Ruffin Griffin,
     Jno. H. Griffin, Jas. K. Griffin, B.T. Loftin(?), Henry Perkinson, J. Snider, Thomas Woodleiff, 
    Mark Woodleiff, B.T. Woodlieff, Jno. M. Wood
    It is impossible to state with certainty the names of those missing who are wounded.  It is 
    hoped the number is small.  The officers and men were captured while gallantly endeavoring 
    to force their way through the enemy’s lines after the brigade was almost surrounded.
    W.P. Oldham
    1st Lt. and Acting Adjutant
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, November 21, 1864
    Casualties 35th N.C.T., commissioned officers, since the opening of the present campaign
    Colonel John G. Jones, of Person, killed in a charge June 17
    Captain Thomas J. Blackwell of Burke, killed in a charge June 17
    Captain John J. Case, Transylvania, died of wounds June 24
    Captain William A. Ellis, of Wilson, died of wounds May 24
    Lt. Neill R. Kelly of Moore, died of wounds May 25
    Lt. George W. Eppes, of McDowell, killed Sept. 1
    Lt. Malcolm Ray of Chatham, died of wounds May 22
    Lt. Jacob N. Loy of Person, died in storming Plymouth April 20
    Lt. Eli M. Adams, of Union, killed in storming Plymouth April 20
    Lt. James M. Rockett, of Burke, killed in a charge May 20
    Casualties 49th Regiment N.C.T., officers, since the opening of the present campaign
    Ransom’s Brigade has suffered even worse than the 35th.  The following casualties have been 
    reported among its officers.
    Lt. Col. J.A. Fleming, of McDowell, killed in battle July 30
    Capt. C.A. Durham of Cleaveland, died of wounds
    Captain George W. Lytle, of McDowell, killed in battle May 16
    Captain Edwin V. Harriss, of Cabarrus, killed in battle July 30
    Capt. James P. Ardrey, of Mecklenburg, killed in battle May 14
    Lt. John B. Summers of Iredell, killed in battle June 22
    Lt. Wallace A. Rankin, of Gaston, killed in battle June 23
    Lt. Ed X. Phifer, of Lincoln, killed in battle June 18
    Lt. H. Clay Conley, of McDowell, killed in battle, May 16
    Lt. Daniel Lattimore, Cleaveland, killed in battle August 24
    Lt. Wm. P. Barnett of Mecklenburg, killed in battle May 16
    Lt. Jas. W. Linecharger of Gaston, killed in battle May 14
    Raleigh Conservative
    North Carolina Standard
    August 26, 1864
    Miscellaneous Casualties
    Colonel Jones, 26th N.C., mortal
    Adj. James, 3rd N.C., lost arm
    Col. Lane, 26th, slight
    Col. Saunders, 46th , severe
    Col. Avery, 33rd, severe
    Lt. Col. Winston, 45th, leg, not dangerous
    Capt. Walker Anderson, Cooke’s Brigade, killed
    Col. Davidson, 33rd, captured
    Jno. C. Syme, 47th, hip
    George Wilcox, 29th, wounded
    Lt. Harrison, Jno. W. Jones, and Capt Lee, wounded
    Lt. M.B. Blair, 26th, wounded
    Capt. W. F. Avery, 33rd, wounded
    Lt. D.S. Thompson, 15th, wounded
    Lt. J.C. Rencher, 3rd, wounded
    Major J.C. Webb, 27th, wounded
    Lt. J.A. Johnson, wounded
    Capt. W.R. Lukins, wounded
    E.B. Roberts, 6th, wounded
    Capt. H.W. Abernathy, 34th, wounded
    Maj. G.W. Flowers, 38th, in arm
    Lt. M. Charles, 1st, in arm
    Lt. J.A. Morgan, 1st, in leg
    Major Latham, side
    Lt. J. Casteen, 3rd N.C.
    Lt. J. Rossler, 13th, face
    Lt. G.W. Woody, 34th, foot
    Fayetteville Observer, Monday, Sept. 12, 1864
    Headquarters, Army N. Va., Aug. 25, 1864
    Messrs. Editors:  Please publish for the information of friends the following casualties from the 
    5th May to the 25th August of Company C, 7th Regiment N.C.T.
    Killed:  Lt. R.M. Quince, J. Stricklin, T. Johnson, W. Smith, ------- Shp
    Wounded:  -------- Brock, ------- Huffman, Alex McC Buie, J. Gainey, Morr’s Gainey, Riley Holder, 
    Calvin Smith, Simon Bryant, -------- Adams, L. Bass, Leonard Bass, D. Gaster, Leavy 
    Peevey, ------- Peavey, Wm. Register, ------- Idditus(?), Henry Cannon(?)
    Prisoners:  Capt. Walter C. McRae, John Matthews
    A.F. Bisell(?), 2nd Lt.
    Commanding Co. C, 7th N.C.T.
    North Carolina Standard
    June 8, 1864
    Casualties in 61st N.C.T., Clingman’s Brigade at Cold Harbor on the 12th and around 
    Petersburg on the 16th-19th, Col. Jas. T. Radcliff commanding
    Field and Staff: 
    Wounded:  Lt. Col. W.S. Devane, shoulder, serious
    Company A, Capt. Jas. H. Robinson commanding
    Killed:  Ptes. S.T. Carroll, J.J. Knowles
    Wounded:  Capt. Jas. H. Robisnon, shoulder, slight; Sgt. Jas. J. McCalop, arm, severe; Corp. 
    C.C. Newton, hand, serious
    Company B, Capt. Wm. M. Stevenson commanding
    Killed:  Pte. Wm. A. Manning
    Wounded:  1st Sgt. Henry H. Hill, side, mortal; Sgt. Jas. T. Respass, arm and shoulder, very 
    slight; Ptes. T. Edwards, in shoulder, very slight; L.D. Manning, head, very slight; J. Windley, 
    head, severe
    Company C, Edward Mallett commanding
    Wounded:  Samuel Koonce, leg, severe; Jas. Paschal, hand, slight; Theo Phillips, arm, severe  
    Company D, Capt. N.A. Ramsey commanding
    Killed:  J.W. Love
    Wounded:  1st Sgt. E.B. Ramsey, breast, severe; Sgt. A.H. Perry, face, slight; D. Crutchfield, 
    neck, very slight; C. (or G or O?) Whitehead, in elbow, severe
    Missing:  J. Thomas, S. Throer, James A. Riddle
    Company E, Capt. W.S. Boyd commanding
    Killed:  Jno. J. Howard, Isaac Brand
    Wounded:  Sgt. F.P. Dall(?), head, severe; P. Blizzard, arm and breast, severe; H.E. Deaver, 
    head, very slight; T. Hughes, shoulder, severe; W.H. Hines, head, severe; B. Harper, arm, very 
    slight; S. Jennigan, head, very slight; Jno. L. Malpass, thigh, very slight; J.H. Skeen, arm, very 
    slight; Charles Stock, hand, severe
    Company F, Capt. W.A. Darden commanding
    Killed:  J.T. Garriss
    Wounded:  G. Webb, face, severe
    Captured:  Sgt. George R. Owen, Ptes. Jas. Raff, S. Rogers
    Company G, Capt. L.L. Keith commanding
    Wounded:  Sgt. J. F.(?) E. Hodges, severe
    Missing:  Lt. A.H. Pennell (or Fennell), Ptes. Jas. Lewis, J.B. Boney, J.C. Newsom
    Company H, Lt. F.A. Rhodes commanding
    Killed:  N. Brown
    Wounded:  Corp. H. Everitt, thigh, severe; Abram J. Barnes, arm, very slight; Willaim A. Taylor, 
    hand, severe; Wm. Ward, arm, slight; W.S. Ward, thigh, severe
    Company I, Captain C.C. Parks, commanding
    Killed:  C. Higgins, H. Halloway
    Wounded:  Capt. C.C. Parks, neck and shoulder, severe; Abner Cheek, breast, mortal; Wm. 
    Holloway, severe
    Company K, Capt. S.W. Nobel commanding
    Wounded:  Corp. Fred Stanly, severe; D. Croit(?) Cralt(?), leg and hand, slight; Jesse Taylor,
    abdomen, mortal
    Missing:  Pte. C. Gullin(?), W.S. Faison, Adjutant 
    Casualties 4th N.C. Cavalry, the fight at Baylor’s Farm, June 15
    Col. D.D. Ferrebee, right contusion left arm
    Company B, Capt. Jas. T. Mitchell commanding
    Killed:  Pte. John C. Pass
    Wounded:  Pte. Jose. Dillard through jaw, severe
    Company C, Capt. Jesse Wilder commanding
    Wounded:  Pte. George Troweman, side; Pte Young Price, hand, slight
    Company F, Capt. J.D. Cherry commanding
    Wounded:  Sgt. W.A. Holder, thigh, captured
    Company G, Capt. D. Bell commanding
    Wounded:  Pte. Josiah Upton, serious, leg; Corp. Dorsey Sanderlin, side, slight
    Company H, Lt. M.M. Williams, commanding
    Killed:  Pte. W.H. Edwards
    T.J. Moore, Adjutant, 4th N.C. Cavalry
    Casualties in the 21st Regiment since June 1, 1864
    Company F
    Wounded:  Lt. J.P. Cates, arm amputated; Pte. T.E. Bobbitt, thigh; W.A. Phillips, hand; M. 
    Gordon, hand
    Company C
    Killed:  A. Denny
    Wounded:  Pte. E.H. McKinney, shoulder; A. Tummons, head; J. Creed, head; Preston Norman, 
    hand; A. Gaylen, side, severe
    Company D
    Wounded:  Pte. J. Merritt, arm; Q. Rowan, thigh, severe
    Company E
    Killed:  Pte. R.A. Spainhour
    Wounded:  Corp. Ed. Honser, back, severe; Willis James, hand
    Company H
    Wounded:  Pte. R.F. Crutchfield, head; J.W. McGlothoran, head; E.(?) Bell, shoulder
    Company I
    Wounded:  Pte. H. Bullington, hand; W. Pritchell, hand
    Company K
    Killed:  Pte. Jno. Powers
    Company M
    Wounded:  Corp. H.C. Clapp, shoulder, severe; Sgt. J. Pritchett, head, severe; Pte. W.E. Parks, 
    arm; M.(?) M. Black, hand; J. Cobb, hand
    W.G. Foy, Acting Adjutant
    Casualties 42nd Regiment, June 1 to June 15, 1864 (includes Turkey Hill 6-10); also at Stowe’s 
    Farm May 31
    Company A
    Killed:  Godeon Sink, W.R. Collins
    Wounded:  A. Gibbons, H F - - ts, Henry Shoaf, L.K. Smith, R.S. Swicegood(?), D.C. Morgan,
     John Cope
    Company B
    Killed:  H.A. Kestier(?), J.W. Exom(?), T.A. House
    Wounded:  A.T. Smith, J.D. Briles, J.F. Wiley, J.F. Lipe, W.H. Blackwelder
    Company C
    Killed:  J.J. Tester(?)
    Wounded:  Capt. J.A. Howell, mortally and a prisoner, Lt. S.D. Mann, prisoner
    Missing:  Sgt. G.O. Wilhart, Sgt. R.M. Hinson, Corp. J.A. Blalock, Ptes. Wm. Burlyson, J.H. 
    Carter, Wm. Cox, Isaac Coley, J.A. Coley, G. Coley, H.F. Carpenter, C. Carpenter, F. Cooper, 
    F. Coble, Jno. Hinson, George Hinson, Calvin Hathcock, W.A. Jones, D. Kimrey, J.D. Lentz, 
    P.E. Lentz, J. Lander, R. Poplin, E. Reap, W.H. Smith, Ed Smith, T. Solomon, S. Sanders
    Company D
    Killed:  Pvt. J.F. Henderson
    Wounded:  Pte. J. Earnhart, B.F. Gatton, W. Hood
    Missing:  Lt. L.W. Crawford, R.G. Walker, E.M. Brothston, Jno. Platt, A. McCarver, W. Jarvis, 
    J. Jarvis, N.B. Steauffer, W.H. Oreal, J.E. Rainey(?), C. Russell, A. Alman, W.A. fletcher, 
    W.A. Smith, H. Messimo, D. Eller, M. Boger (or maybe Boyer?)
    Company E
    Company F
    Wounded:  Pte. Bennett Martin, since died; Alex Spear, G.W. Blakely
    Company G
    Killed:  Pte. Samuel Chavers
    Wounded:  Sgt. W.D.F. Edwards
    Company H
    Wounded:  Sgt. J.C. Holland, Corp. Jas. R. Gillespie, Pte. Jonas Raider and J.T. Wilson
    Company I
    Wounded:  Ptes. N.C. Dozier, J.H. Martin
    Company K
    Wounded:  Ptes. C.M. White and M.A. Harky
    Stowe’s Farm, May 31
    Company B
    Wounded:  Corp. Chris Neal
    Company C
    Wounded:  Pte. James Gradson, since died
    Company F
    Wounded:  Pte. T.E. Tacket
    Company K
    Wounded:  Ptes. John Fesperman, Burriss
    Turkey Hill, June 10
    Company C
    Wounded:  Pte. Ambrose Cline, since died
    Company G
    Wounded:  Snipes
    Company I
    Killed:  Pte. E.H. Ferris
    Wounded:  Pte. S.B. Carlton
    R.S. Folger, Adjutant
    Headquarters 31st N.C.T., near Gaines Mills, June 1, 1864
    Casualties in the action of yesterday near this place
    Clingman’s Brigade, Lt. Col. Charles W. Knight, commanding
    Company A, 1st Lt. J.F. Forte commanding
    Killed:  Ptes. O.(?) Phillips, H. Russ
    Wounded:  Corp. Jas. H. McKay, Corp. Elias West, Ptes. R.M. Floyd, Felix Britt, severe; 
    Thomas Jones, severe; Jas. T.M. White, severe; D.T. Watts, severe
    Missing:  Elias Kinlaw
    Company B, Lt. Jas. B. Lindsay commanding
    Wounded:  Ptes. J.B. Clark; J.B. Morse, mortal; J. O. (or C.?) Liles; H.H. Richardson, severe; 
    John Parker
    Company C, Capt. W.J. Long commanding
    Wounded:  Ptes. Eli Rogers, severe; Thomas F. Collins, severe; James P. Gower
    Company D, Lt. B.F. Walton commanding
    Killed:  2nd Lt. Samuel H. Bryan
    Wounded:  Ptes. Festus A. Stephens, severe; Wm. Carroll, severe; Jas. (or Jos.) R. Liles, 
    severe; E.J. Smith; Jas. H. Phillips; John F. Parish, severe; Corp. Jos. P. Goodwin, severe
    Missing:  Ptes. Jesse Wheeler, Amos Stevenson
    Company E, Capt. J.F. Allison commanding
    Killed:  Orderly Sgt. J.B. Corbin, Pte. W.B. Tilley
    Wounded:  Ptes. J.R. Berry, severe; S.L. Clark, severe; P. Gates, severe; J.W. Porterfield, 
    severe; W.J. McMenanny
    Company F, Capt. S.W. Morrisett commanding
    Wounded:  1st Lt. Samuel A. Hyman; Sgt. W.B. Knight; Ptes. Dawson Page, severe; T. Burnett
    Company G, Capt. I. Pipkin commanding
    Killed:  Corp. R.S. Baker, Musician Walter McFarland, Pte. G.W. Askew
    Wounded:  Pte. Jno Turner
    Company H, Capt. Jno. W. Smith commanding
    Wounded:  Ptes. H.H. Steed, E. G. Jackson
    Company I, Capt. W.A. Dewar commanding
    Wounded:  2nd lt. D. McL. Jones; Corp. A.D. Bradley; Ptes. Hector McLean, severe; John 
    Messer; N.T. Johnson; Alex Norden; Alex West
    Company K, 2nd Lt. George F. Darden commanding
    Killed:  Sgt. C. Dixon, Jno. C. Brinson
    Wounded:  2nd Lt. George F. Darden, severe; Ptes. Eli Anderson; Jesse Barrington, severe; 
    Jacob Copple, severe; Jesse Green, severe; D. Ham; W.A. Myers; W.M. Nobles, severe; D.S. 
    Parish, severe; S.A. Snell; Alexander Willis, mortally
    This regiment has been under arms since 5th May and have been marching or entrenching 
    night and day ever since.
    E.K. Bryan, Adjutant
    North Carolina Standard
    July 13, 1864
    Headquarters 28th N.C.T., near Petersburg, June 24, 8:00 am—Casualties
    Below is rather disjointed with no clear date or battle but is transcribed as printed
    Company F
    Killed:  W.D. Hutchins
    Wounded:  C.C. Strickling, thigh broken; Lt. Truelove, slight
    Company I
    Killed:  W.S. Strickling
    Wounded:  Jack Harrill, thigh broken; Abraham Stinson, wounded in the heel and leg both, not 
    Company D
    Wounded:  Davis Philer, head, not severe
    On June 23, Company A, Mark Freeman wounded slightly by a shell
    Company B
    Killed:  Joshua Huffstetter
    Wounded:  A.S. Friday, thigh, severe
     Company E
    Missing:  H. McDaniel
    Company G
    Killed:  Sgt. William Edwards
    Company I
    Killed:  Pte. Kilius Stenson
    Wounded:  Henry Whiteheat, not dangerous
    W.H.A. Speer, Lt. Col., Commanding Regiment
    North Carolina Standard
    August 31, 1864
    Casualties 4th N.C. Cavalry August 19
    (Transcriber’s note:  August 19 may be the date the casualties were written, not the date of 
    the engagement.  It is vague
    Company A
    Wounded:  2nd Lt. J.P. Kendall, left hand, slight; S. Tyron, leg; B.F. Davis, right knee
    Company B
    Wounded:  Jas. H. Willis, knee, slight
    Company C
    Wounded:  David Stokes, hip
    Company D
    Wounded:  Ptes. A.J. Bridgers, in hand, slight; F. McGuire, arm
    Company F
    Wounded:  Pte. H.H. Gills, hand; Dorsey Bell, arm; E.A. Daugherty, contusion in head
    Company G
    Wounded:  Pte. W.T. Moss, slight contusion in hip
    Company H
    Wounded:  Pte. S.J. Peel, hip, severe; Jas. Farmer, left knee and leg; James L. Ellis, thigh, 
    Company I
    Wounded:  Pte. Jones, in back by shell
    Company K
    Wounded:  Pte. D.W. Parker, side, slight
    T.J. Moore, Adjutant
      Headquarters 28th N.C.T., August 19
    Casualties August 16 & 18
    August 16:
    Company A
    Wounded:  Pte. J.H. Walker
    Company B
    Wounded:  Pte. J.P. Spencer
    Company E
    Missing:  Pte. C.T. Sides(?)
    Company (illegible letter)
    Wounded:  Corp. J.N. Marier
    Missing:  L.H. Speer, W.A. Speer, R.M. Rash(?)
    Company H
    Killed:  Pte. J.C. Hollar
    Wounded:  Sgt. M.M. Jody, Noah Clilne
    Company I
    Missing:  Pte. J.H. Martin
    August 18
    Company B
    Wounded:  Pte. Albert Davis
    Company C
    Wounded:  Pte. Wm. A. Martin
    Company G
    Wounded:  Pte. W. Durham
    R.S. Folger, Adjutant, 28th N.C.T.
    North Carolina Standard
    September 7, 1864
    47th N.C.T. Casualties in the Battle of Ream’s Station, Aug. 25
    Killed:  Color Bearer Atlas Denton
    Color Bearer Corp. W.B. Perry
    Company A
    Wounded:  Lt. Thomas Westray, severe in thigh; Sgt. Scott, arm, severe; Sgt. Warren, 
    shoulder, slight; W.H. Perry, shoulder, slight; J. Bissett, leg, slight; G. Lewis, arm, severe; 
    R. Morgan, leg, slight; A. Chambler, arm, slight; J.J. Bissett, thigh, severe
    Company B
    Killed:  M.T. Arnold
    Wounded:  L.S. Allen, over eye; Sgt. Jones, hand, finger amputated
    Company C
    Wounded:  J. Haley, finger amputated; A. Adams, left shoulder, severe
    Company D
    Wounded:  Granberry Rowe, bowels, severe
    Company E
    Wounded:  Ptes. J.P. Bailey, bowels, severe; D.A. Mangum, hip, severe; J.S. Cops, arm, 
    slight; J.D. Richardson, face; A. Ferguson, hand, slight; Pvt. Marcus Evans, thigh, severe
    Company G
    Wounded:  Sgt. Rufus Harner, thigh, severe; Pvt. J. Overton, hip, by falling of a limb
    Company H
    Wounded:  Sgt. W.C. Stronach, shoulder, severe; N. Thompson, shoulder, severe; J. Scott, 
    leg amputated; Henry McGhee, thigh, severe; David Daun, bowels and thigh, severe
    Company I
    Wounded:  Capt. J.W. Brown, right thigh amputated;  Ptes. W.C. Brown, in groin, severe; 
    W.S. Watts, thigh, severe; G.H. Rochell, arm; W. Carpenter, shoulder, severe
    Company K
    Wounded:  Lt. F.L. Poteet, right arm, resected of humerus; Corp. Love, thigh, slight
    Where all did so well and when so much was accomplished, it is difficult to mention individual 
    cases of gallantry without injury to others but a few are so conspicuous that they cannot be 
    overlooked.  After the ensign and color corporal wee both shot down on the charge, Lt. Thomas
    Taylor of Company K seized the colors, bore them to the enemy fortifications and planted them 
    there.  Lt. and Acting Adjutant Willie D. Jones of Company I at the head of a squad of men, 
    leaped the captured works and flanked a considerable body of the enemy and a battery that 
    continued firing on the main line.  With this squad of men he captured many prisoners and the 
    battery.  Pte. Robert G. Massey of Company G slew a major in single combat on his refusing
    to surrender.
    W.C. Lankford
    Major, Commanding 47th Regiment N.C.T. 
    Casualties 22nd N.C.T. in the Battle at Ream’s Station, August 25
    Company A
    Wounded:  Corp. B. Payne
    Company B
    Killed:  Pte. J.C. Neal
    Company E
    Wounded:  Lt. W.C. Orrell; Sgt. T.J. Scott; Sgt. F.S. Pegram; Ptes. A.V. Bagley; S.A. Pegram; 
    A.J. Frazier; Harper Jones
    Company F
    Wounded:  Pte. A. Crisp
    Company G
    Wounded:  A.J. White
    Missing:  Corp. J.A. Elliott; T.G. Robertson
    Company H
    Killed:  Sgt. W.G. Lisk
    Wounded:  Sgt. A.C. Nowland, Ptes. J.M. Collins, P.W. Hutcherson
    Company I
    Killed:  Corp. W.S. Williams, Pte. John Heiger
    Wounded:  Y. Catin, Jackson Hicks, Wm. Mitchell
    2nd N.C. Infantry, Sept. 19 Casualties
    Field and Staff
    Killed:  Sgt. Major J.M. Wise
    Company C
    Killed:  Pte. A.A. Benfield
    Company H
    Killed:  Ballard Wiggs
    Companies A & F
    Wounded:  Pte. G. Simmons
    Company B
    Wounded:  Sgt. J.H. Fulgham
    Company D
    Wounded:  Pte. J.G. Allen
    Company E
    Wounded:  W. Scott
    Companies I & K
    Wounded:  Malon Reid, Andrew Tucker, Wright Tucker
    Wounded and Prisoners:
    Companies A & F:  Sgt. D. Lyne(?), Capt. G.W. McCain
    Company B
    Ptes. George F. Boyett, W.M. Boykin
    Company D
    J.R. Lane, J.S. Mitchell
    Company E
    J.A. Duncan, J. Wrench
    Company G
    F.M. Dickson, W. Karriker, D.W. Baldwin, A. Lentz
    Company H
    Capt. Jno. P. Cobb, Pte. G.C. Boger, Elijah Cassey, Blackman Wiggs
    Companies A & F
    Missing:  Capt. M.M .Chadwick, Sgt. J.M. Peel, Ptes. J.H. Dix, N. Gooch, T. Evans
    Company B
    J.H. Bayett, Ransom Bayett, M.G. Trevathan, B.G. Simpson, H. Tatum
    Company C
    1st Lt. George W. Britt, Ptes. T.J. Hardison, J. Summerlin, J.F. Summerlin, ------ Whitehurst, 
    J.T. Jones
    Company H
    Sgt. J.W. Daley, Ptes. Amos Cotton, W.H .Holmes, Junius Outlaw
    Casualties 3rd N.C. Infantry, Battle near Winchester, Sept. 19
    Company A
    Wounded:  Corp. R.H. Sugg, left arm, severe
    Missing:  Pts. Wm. Easome, Haywood Heath, George Shirley
    Company C 
    Killed:  Lt. Thomas D. Murphy
    Missing:  Pte. John W. Alfin
    Company D
    Wounded:  Pte. W.H. Huggins, neck, flesh wound
    Missing:  Ptes. Jas. Branch, J.H. Joiner, J.M. Newsom, Sgt. Jesse Tindle
    Company F
    Wounded:  Pte. C.H. Farrow
    Missing:  Ptes. George Montgomery, G.W. Willilams, W. Ruth, D. McDaniels
    Company I
    Wounded:  Ptes. T.H. Belvie, arm; T.H. Warren, leg and arm; S.D. Lilley, left arm; W.A. Job, 
    face; Isaiah Macon; J.R. Staly
    Missing:  A.N. Waters, G.A. Hedrick, A. Smith, W.A. Surrett, Lt. J.W. Watson
    Company K
    Wounded:  Capt. K.B. Powers, shoulder
    Missing:  Colbert Herring
    Casualties 4th N.C.T., Capt. S. A. Kelly commanding
    (no dates given)
    Company A
    Wounded:  Corp. P.A. Shaver, Ptes. J.G. Ingram, H. Hobbs, J.O. Irvin
    Missing:  Pte. J.A. Auglin, Lt. T.M. Davidson
    Company B
    Wounded:  Ptes. D.S. Cowan, J.H. Holdsclaw, J.W. Gullett
    Missing:  Sgt. D.A. Donohoe, Ptes. G.S. Beck, G.W. Meaness
    Company C
    Wounded:  Lt. T.M. Stevenson, Corp. Jno. A. Faimster, Ptes. W.T. Hutchins, J.S. miller
    Missing:  W.A. Walker, A.F. Lewis, S.L. Wilson, J.H. Campbell, J.A. Brandon, Lt. P. Johnson, 
    A.H. Goodin
    Company D
    Killed:  Ephraim Grant
    Missing:  Corp. W.B. Howell, Pte. W.J. Roberts
    Company E
    Killed:  Pte. A.J. Ward
    Wounded:  Sgt. J.B. Whetley, Pte. J.H. Brickell
    Missing:  J. Pate, J.H. Hendricks
    Company F
    Wounded:  Sgt. Jas. Gray
    Missing:  Lt. H. Warren, Corp. W.P. Wooten, Ptes. Benjamin Barnes, Bryant Stokes, Edward 
    Barnes, Joel Taylor, W.R. Battle
    Company G
    Wounded:  Capt. S.A. Kelly, Ptes. L. Cranfill, W. Sheets, T.J. Baker
    Missing:  Sgt. J.W. Brooke, Pte. J.B. Straul(?)
    Company H
    Wounded:  Sgt. S.P. Graham, Corp. J.W. Robinson, Ptes. J.A. Weisner, Miles Campbell, John
    Missing:  N.D. Journey, J.A. Readman, F.F. Wooten, Ro Brown, Madison Brown, B.L. Carter
    Company I
    Killed:  Lt. J.E.M. Howard, Acting Adjutant
    Wounded:  Ptes. N.P. Purser, W.C. Caldwell, S.G. Swindell
    Missing:  Sgt. R.F. Tatum, Corp. J.W. Selby, Ptes. T.M. Cox, H.F. Forbes, A.J. Parks
    Company K
    Wounded:  Wm. Murr, L. Turner
    Missing:  Lt. A.N. Wiseman,  Ptes. Henry Caster, M. Bendenia
    Casualties 14th N.C.T, Col. R.T. Bennett commanding
    (no dates given)
    Field and Staff
    Col. R.T. Bennett, captured; Major J.H. Lambert, wounded and prisoner
    J.H. Martin, acting sergeant major, wounded and prisoner
    Company A
    Wounded:  Pte. T.E. King, wounded through left lung and prisoner; H.W. Sherin, wounded in 
    arm and side; F.M. Johnson, in face; Sgt. J.W. Harper, through left foot
    Corp. C. Hardy—missing, supposed to be a prisoner
    Company B
    Killed:  Ptes. R.S. Snider, J.C. Parish
    Wounded and Prisoners:  Sgt. C.L. Lines, severe through right foot; Corp. B.R. Epps, through 
    leg; Ptes. Ambrose Myers, W.J. Catlett; J.C. Wilburn, painfully through right arm
    Missing:  Sgt. L.J. Myers, Ptes. J.R. Leonard, J. Wagner, A. Seachrist, T. Hepler
    Company C
    Killed:  Pte. W.L. Stanback
    Wounded:  Lt. W.A. Liles, foot; Sgt. J.W. Turner, leg; Corp. J.B. Waddell, right thigh; Pte. C. 
    Coyer, shoulder; J.J. McLondon, left arm; G.A. Morton, leg (contusion); W.C. Threadgill, left 
    hand and prisoner; T.J. Watkins, face and shoulder; Jas. Wheeler, knee
    Company D
    Wounded:  Lt. D. Harmon, mortally through abdomen; Ptes. S.A. Wilson, painfully through left 
    leg; A. Daley, left thigh fractured; H.K. Roberts, severe in left leg
    Missing:  Pte. J.T. Gaddy(?)
    Company E
    Wounded:  Corp. Rufus Pool, leg; Sgt. Rufus Smith, leg; Pte. Jasper Ellis, severe in arm; John 
    Carroll, neck (contusion)
    Wounded and Prisoner:  Pte. P. Carter, severe in shoulder
    Missing:  Pte S.B. Grady, Ransom Carroll
    Company F
    Wounded and Prisoner:  Pte. W.C. Haskins, abdomen
    Missing:  Lt. G.M. Williams, supposedly prisoner; Sgt. N.S. Westall;  Pte. A. Simmons, 
    supposed to be prisoner; D.M. Phelts
    Company G
    Wounded and Prisoner:  Pte. A. Young, severe in abdomen; P. Mitchell, left arm broken; G.W. 
    Smith, left leg, severe; T.B. Leftwick, severe in hip
    Wounded:  Sgt. J.J. Scartill, severe in right arm; Pte. W.B. Wright, left hand; A.A. Griffith, side
    Missing:  Sgt. W.D. Harris, Pte. J.M. Wilson
    Company H
    Killed:  Capt. J.R. Deberry
    Missing:  Pte. J.A. Lilly and W.E. Davis, wounded and prisoners; Lt. W.H .Hearne, severe in left 
    Wounded:  Corp. E. Lowder, in head; E. Maberry, severe in left shoulder; Pte. B.M. Maberry; 
    D.D. Nobles, right arm; John Dry
    Company I
    Wounded and Prisoner:  Lt. Charles A Hunt, severe through foot; Corp. L.D. Cutting, left knee; 
    Pte. M. Hedrick, mortally through breast
    Wounded:  Sgt. R.H. Humphreys, severe in right hip
    Company K
    Killed:  Pte. A.M. Adams
    Wounded:  Capt. Joseph Jones, left thigh; Sgt. F.W. Bodecker, severe in left thigh; Pte. J.H. 
    Keith, shoulder; Wm. Champion, head; M. Caudel, face
    Wounded and Prisoner:  Pte. E.M. Roberts, supposed to be mortal
    Missing:  Corp. C. Adams
    13th N.C.T., Captain J. McMillan commanding
    Casualties (no dates given)
    Company A
    Wounded:  Ptes. R.G. Co - - - , knee; Jacob S. Freeland(?), arm
    Missing:  Ptes. W.S. Howard, J.C. Walker
    Company B
    Wounded:  Pte. J.L. Shearon, foot
    Company C
    Wounded:  Capt. D.C. Allen, shoulder; Pte. Hugh Sprinkle
    Company D
    Wounded:  Pte. W. Cooper, severe in head
    Company E
    Killed:  Corp. J.F. Word
    Wounded:  Sgt. J.W. Hausey, arm; Pte. R. Dixon, mortally; J. Monellis(?), nature not known; 
    W.B. Mobly, head
    Missing:  Sgt. K.M. Daupsy(?), Pte. H.S. Body(?)
    Company F
    Company G
    Missing:  Pte. W.H. Cricker
    Company H
    Wounded:  J.J. Hightin, abdomen; Corp. H. Matthews, leg broken
    Missing:  Pte. W. Headricks
    Company I
    Wounded:  Pte. W. Betts, face; J.D. Culpepper, shoulder
    Company K
    Wounded:  Lt. J.S. Downs, Acting Adjutant, wrist; Pte. J.H. Johnston, side
    Casualties 6th N.C.T. September 19, Battle at Winchester
    Field and Staff
    Wounded:  C. Mebane, slight
    Company A
     D.Z. Hardin, Lt., commanding, slight in head; C.J.C. Presnall, severe in body; Wm. Ross, leg, 
    slight; Thomas A. Seals, severe in arm and body; John Langley, severe in leg
    Company B
    Wounded:  P.M. Gooch, severe in back and left in the hands of the enemy
    Company C
    Wounded:  J.N. Halloway, severe in side; J.T. Hutchins, severe in face; W.D. Blalock, hand, slight
    Missing:  J.M. Peck, Wm. Chambler
    Company D
    Killed:  Edward Powell, Thomas Williams
    Wounded:  Wm. A.Bailey, thigh, severe; T.E.Casuby, shoulder, slight; L.L. Kale, knee, slight
    Missing:  Noah Weaver, G.W. Lawson
    Company E
    Wounded:  Ensign T.R. Wiseman, severe, nose; Sgt. Jas. Jerrell, side, slight; Sgt. J.A. McGee, 
    slight; Wm. Sellers, hand
    Missing:  B. Sparks
    Company F
    Killed:  Robert Evans
    Wounded:  Sgt. T.R. Faucette, mortally in body; Shelby H. Dixon, head, severe; Squire 
    McCallum, foot, slight
    Company G
    Wounded:  Sgt. J.B. McNeely, shoulder, severe; C.R. Morgan, both legs; J.P. Thomison, leg; 
    James Poole, thigh, slight; K.P. Miller, arm, severe
    Missing:  C.J. Lips
    Company H
    Wounded:  R. Stubblefield, side, severe; James Rolerson, thigh; J. Huterens, face
    Company I
    Wounded:  Jas. M. Shipps, mortally in head; A.F. Morris, leg, severe (left in the hands of the 
    enemy); Jackson Page, head, slight; W. Upchurch, thigh, slight
    Missing:  J.W. Young, C.E. Beavers
    Company K
    Wounded:  Wm. Hurdle (or Hurdie), severe in shoulder and neck and left in the hands of the 
    D.C. Gunter, Lt. and Acting Adjutant
    Casualties 33rd Regiment N.C.T. in the engagements of the 30th Sept. and 1st October
    Camp near Petersburg, Virginia October 5
    Company B
    Killed:  Pte. Joshua Baswell
    Wounded:  Pte. W.B. Briley, hip, severe
    Company C
    Wounded:  Ptes. J.W. Suther and Monroe Murphy, severe
    Company D
    Missing:  Martin Thomas
    Company E
    Wounded:  Sgt. W.H. Howell, painfully in knee
    Company G
    Wounded:  Corp. J.W. Atkinson, severe, flesh wound in thigh; Pte. J.P. Barnes, slight in leg
    R.V. Cowan, Colonel, commanding 33rd N.C.T.
    Casualties 47th N.C.T. in the battle of Jones’ Farm, Sept. 30 and October 1
    Company A
    Killed:  Ptes. M. Denton, W.C. Pullen
    Wounded:  Ptes. Wm. Baines, G.W. Patterson, both slight
    Company B
    Wounded:  Privates W.R. Privett, left leg, slight; B.P. Perry, right foot, severe
    Company D
    Wounded:  Pte. G.M. Wilder, left ankle, severe; Sgt. E.W. Ewer, left wrist severe
    Company E
    Killed:  J.M. Marcum
    Wounded:  Lt. E.H. Ray, left side, severe; Privates K.S. Powell, right leg, severe; Jas. Dew, 
    left forearm, severe
    Company G
    Wounded:  Jas. Patterson, left leg, severe; J.J. Bowdin, head, slight; T.S. Carroll, left cheek, 
    severe; J. Peedy, slight
    Company H
    Wounded:  Pte. Seth Broadwell, right arm, severe; Sgt. J.A. Page, right forearm, severe; Pte. 
    Payton C. Morgan, right breast, slight
    Company I
    Wounded:  Pte. J.H. Wood, right shoulder, severe; Charles Cooper, right arm and breast, 
    severe; J.M. Watts, left forefinger, slight
    Company K
    Wounded:  Corp. W.S. Conodle, right arm, severe; Ptes. Jacob Loy, right leg, severe; C.O. 
    Thompson, left arm, severe; Daniel Lowe, right arm, severe; J.A. Swim(?), left leg, severe; 
    James Hurchison, left thigh, severe
    Casualty Lists in this document
    11th N.C.T. (no dates given)
    49th N.C.T., Company G, casualties since the 18th May
    8th N.C.T., Company K (no dates)
    57th N.C.T., 19th September, before Winchester
    14th N.C.T. near Strasburg 22nd Sept.
    4th N.C. Cavalry, no dates given
    8th N.C.T., Sept. 20, assault on Ft. Harrison
    31st N.C.T., no dates given
    5th N.C.T., no dates given
    61st N.C.T., no dates given
    44th N.C.T., Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 near Petersburg
    47th N.C.T., in the engagement near Burgess’ Mill, 27th Oct.
    20th N.C.T. in the engagement near Winchester Sept. 19
    14th N.C.T., Battle of Strasbourg, Oct. 19
    26th N.C.T., Company D, in the battle near Gravel Run, Oct. 27
    30th N.C.T. in the engagement at Strasbourg Oct. 19
    6th N.C.T. Battle of Cedar Creek, Oct. 19
    42nd N.C.T., Wilmington
    North Carolina Standard
    October 19, 1864
    Casualties in the 11th Regiment
    (no dates given)
    Killed:  A. Huffman, Company D, Sidney Cornwall, Company I
    Wounded:  Col. W.J. Martin, left hip, severe
    Company A
    Wounded:  J.J. McElroy, face, severe; J.S. Stowe, right foot, severe; T. Wright, left arm, severe; 
    T. L. Holmes, groin, severe; H.H. Hill, head, severe; R. Gribble, foot, slight; Benjamin Withers, 
    right hand amputated; Robert Ewing, right thigh
    Company B
    W.C. Teems, right arm, severe; A. Smith, face, severe; Henry Smith, right leg, severe
    Company C
    Thomas Parker, right hand
    Company D
    E. Hennessey, head severe; R. Whisonant, neck; William Albright, head, severe; M.M. Blain, 
    left thigh, severe; M. Miller, left knee, severe
    Company E
    D.W. McDonald, mortal (since died); Fulten Allen, left leg amputated
    Company F
    R. Bridges, right thigh, severe; J.W. Taylor, right thigh, severe; Stephen Parish, head, severe
    Company G
    William Flintoff, right thigh, severe
    Company H
    Lt. Jas. Saville, left shoulder, severe; William Knox, right thigh, severe; Henry Hinant, left hand
    Company I
    L. Blackburn, left knee, severe; Eli Johnson, head, slight
    Company K
    John Cordell, left hand; Richard Smith, left hand
    Charlotte Bulletin
    The Charlotte Bulletin published the following list of casualties since the 18th May in Company 
    G, 49th Regiment
    Killed:  R.N. Crawford, T. Howell, G.R. Gill, Jno. Kampe, M.M. Patterson, S. C.(?) Patterson, 
    John M. Waters, W.W. Harrison, W.F. Whetstine
    Wounded:  Capt. C.H. Dixon, Lt. S.J. Weaver, Lt. B.F. Dixon, Lt. J.C. Covington, Sgt. H.D. 
    Fulton, Corp. T.W. Harmon(?), Ptes. L. Allen, W. Bird, P. Barrett, J.D. Dellinger, J.H. Falls, 
    A.C. Huffsickler, J.R. Mitchum, J.C. Neal, F.M. Owensby, D.C. Patterson, W.H. Putnam, 
    B.C. Putnam, J.L. Riddle, M. Reid, J.P. Runyon, R.D. S – ains, John Waterson, R.A.Weir
    Died from Disease:  W. G. Barber, G.W. Goforth, E.W. Howell, D.R. Howser, A.D. McGills, 
    D.G. Putnam, P.H. Pruett
    C.H. Dixon, Captain, Company G, 49th N.C.T.
    Casualties Company K, 8th N.C.T. (no dates given)
    Wounded:  Corp. J.J .Jenkins, severe and prisoner; S.W. Hess(?), wounded and prisoner; John 
    W. Miller, slightly bruised in side by shell; John C. Morgan, right foot, severe
    Missing:  Lt. P.S. Miller, Ptes. Henry Barger, Alex Shaver, Abraham Shaver
    Salisbury Watchman
    Casualties 57th N.C.T., Godwin’s Brigade, 19th September, action before Winchester
    Company A
    Killed:   Pte. Theophilus Josee
    Missing:  Pte. O. Evans
    Company B
    Killed:  Pte. W.W. Best
    Wounded:  Ptes. J.A. Burkhead, hip; Joseph Huffman, right leg; John Worlds, neck, severe; 
    L.H.G. Cline, left leg shot off below the knee
    Company C
    Wounded:  Ptes. A.M. Goodman, heel; W.A. Lingle, leg; J.A. Gaskey, foot
    Company D
    Wounded:  Corp. Joseph Crews, severe, head; Ptes. R. A. Moir, severe, thigh; R.G. Gentry, 
    left arm; J.A. Lowry, face
    Missing:  Corp. John Frazier
    Company E
    Wounded:  Sgt. W.W. Carpenter, leg
    Company F
    Wounded:  Ptes. C.F. Deitz, severe in shoulder; Cicero Henkel, left thigh; Thomas Moser, 
    severe in neck; Able Shuford, severe in head; Martin Hinsdel, severe, leg.
    Company H
    Wounded:  Ptes. Monchan in arm; E.A. Starns, head, severe; C. Rabey, shoulder; Sgt. D.M. 
    Barrier, arm, severe
    Company I
    Wounded:  1st Lt. R.L. Maynard, leg; Ptes. W.J. Stockhart, severe in back; James Moser, leg
    Company K
    Wounded:  Color bearer J.B. Swink or Swisk, severe, leg; Ptes. J. Burleyson, thigh; Jesse 
    Klutts, arm; J. Shurrner, leg
    Missing:  Ptes. J.A. Swicegood and Wm. Cox
    John Beard, Captain, Commanding 57th Regiment
    D.W. Ringo, Lt. and Acting Adjutant
    Casualties 14th N.C.T. near Strasburg
    Company A
    Missing:  Pte. D.T. Hicks
    Casualties 14th N.C.T. September 22 near Strasburg
    Company A
    Missing:  Pte. D.T. Hicks
    Company B
    Missing:  Sgt. H.J. Davis, Pte. T.D. Andrews
    Company C
    Wounded:  Pte. John Bowman, head, severe
    Company D
    Wounded:  John Costner, head, severe; W.M. Surratt, thigh, severe; W. Bennett, left breast, 
    Company E
    Missing:  Pte. W.T. Young, Wm. Watford, L.B. Davis, A.A. Workman
    Company F
    Wounded: Pte. A.T. Jones, neck, severe
    Company G
    Wounded:  Pte. J.H. Frazier
    Missing:  Pte. P.S. Dodson, R.B. Fitzgerald
    Company I
    Missing:  Corp. G.W. Swicegood, Ptes. Jesse Myrick, J.T. Younts, A. Barnes
    George T. Stronack
    Acting Adjutant
    Casualties 4th N.C. Cavalry, Col. D.D. Ferrebee commanding (no dates given)
    Company D
    Wounded:  Pte. S.L. Doughlie, in leg
    Missing: Sgt. H.S. Taylor, and Pte. Ira Futrell
    Company I
    Wounded:  Sgt. H.H. Cook, leg, slight; Ptes. Wm. B. Powell, hand, slight; Ralph Myers, leg, 
    severe; E.A. Johnson, knee, slight
    From the Confederate:
    The following casualties in Clingman’s Brigade in the assault on Ft. Harrison, Sept. 20—all 
    of those reported missing fell into the hands of the enemy but a large proportion of them were 
    killed and wounded.  None are reported killed and wounded who are not known to be so.
    8th N.C.T., Major A.J. Rogers commanding
    Field and Staff
    Wounded:  Major A.J. Rogers, in hands of enemy
    Missing:  Ensign J. Barnhardt, Acting Sgt. Major A.C. Barner(?)
    Company A, Lt. J. Baker commanding
    Wounded:  Lt. J. Baker, in foot and hip, severe; Sgt. K. Sawyer, foot and knee; Corp. J.H. 
    Spence, foot; Ptes. John Bright, knee; R. Brothers, hand; J.A. Bundy, thigh; E. Overman, foot
    Missing:  Lt. T. Bott, Sgt. J.C. Barker, Pte. J. Hatfield, W.C. Bright, J. Powers
    Company B, Sgt. Williams commanding
    Wounded:  Ptes. W. Beazley, foot; B. Jones, arm; J. Kinley, foot
    Missing:  L. S. Balance, J. R. Spivey, J.A. Ethridge
    Company C, C.H. Barron(?) commanding
    Killed:  Pte. C. Spivey
    Wounded:  Capt. C.H. Barron in stomach, severe; Pts. E. J. Barter, hand; H. Hill, shoulder; 
    M. Lauper, leg
    Missing:  Corp. T. Jackson; Pte. A.J. Anderson, leg broke; R.W. Sawyer, leg and arm broke; 
    W. Burgess; C.W. Carroll; Jas. Warbritten; J.S. Moore; J. Champion
    Company D, Lt. A.H. Gregory commanding
    Killed:  Pte. R. Wright
    Wounded:  Sgts. S. Matthew, thigh; C.W. Collis, leg; Ptes. N. Patterson, knee; Horner, hip; 
    T. Harriss; W.H. Harris; B. Wilson, W. Swen; J. Sainbeck
    Missing:  Lt. A.H. Gregory, Corp. H. Wren, Ptes. A. Brinkley, P. Foster (wounded), J. Falkner, 
    L. Falkner, R. Edwards, B. Edwards, W.G. Garrett, S. Gill(?), J. Huff, T. Norwood, F. Haughton
    Company E, Capt. L.R. Breece commanding
    Lt. B.R. Hargrove, foot; Sgt. L.H. Howard, leg; Pte. W. Burgess, leg; Sgt. A. Burgess, leg
    Missing:  Capt. L.R. Breece, Corp. D. Beard, Ptes. W. James Calder, H. Faircloth, J. Wright, 
    T. Bledsoe, W. Deal, J. Ferguson, E. (or B.) Hillard, W. Berryman
    Company F, Capt. Jno. Dogger commanding
    Wounded:  Corp. S. Gowan, Ptes. F. Falkner, both legs, W. Ashby, leg amputated
    Missing:  Ptes. J.F. Herring, H.G. Jeff - - es, G.D. Kenney, S. Falkner, S. Gosrick(?), W. Clark, 
    E. Dight, A. McKimmons, A.D. Suggs
    Company G, Lt. B.R. Hargrove commanding
    Wounded:  Corp. R.H. Moore, right breast; Pts. E.B. Dudley, left arm; G.R. Dudley, thigh; 
    W.H. Moore, right breast; J. Vincent, finger off; B. Tripp, left shoulder; J.H. Smith, shoulder
    Missing:  Corp. M.G. Moore, wounded in leg, D.H. James, Ptes. D. Suggon, L.B. Mooley, B. 
    Daniel, W.F. Pippin
    Company H, Lt. M.L. Barnhardt commanding
    Wounded:  Ptes. S.G. Patterson, finger off; R.A. Barringer, neck, severe; S.M. Sofielt(?), 
    mortally, stomach; M. Shoe, hand; F. Herring, shoe and hand
    Missing:  Lt. M.L. Barnhardt, wounded; Ptes. A.B. Barnhardt, wounded; L.A. Beaver; A. 
    Crouse, wounded; W.C. Culp, wounded; W.A. Goodman; W.J. Penninger, wounded; W.W. 
    Company I, Lt. L.B. Holt commanding
    Killed:  Lt. L.B. Holt
    Wounded:  Ptes. E.B. Baker, shoulder; D. Clapp, foot; W. Goins(?), hip and arm, severe
    Missing:  Sgts. Wm. Harris, Corp. Isley, Ptes. A. Boggs, W. Councilman, J. Clapp, Jas. 
    Hughes, J. Holt, I. Morse, E. Price, J.M. Story, Jerry Manley, W. Tate, B.F. Sutton, J.M. Ross
    Company K, Lt. P.J. Miller commanding
    Wounded:  Ptes. J.W. Miller, J.C. Morgan, foot
    Missing:  Lt. P.J. Miller, Corp. J.W. Jenkins, leg broke; Ptes. G.H. Barger, Abram Shaver, 
    Alex Shewer, T. Hess
    Casualties 31st N.C.T., Captain James H. Bradley commanding (no dates given)
    Field and Staff
    Capt. Jas. H. Bradley
    Missing:  Sgt. Major C.B. Beale, wounded in both legs, severe
    Company A
    Wounded:  Sgt. H.B. Regan, foot; Corp. N.S. Wishart, slight in hip
    Missing:  Capt. J.F. Forte, Lt. J.C. Birnes(?), Sgt. A.D. Watson, Corp. E. West, Wm. Burt, 
    W.H. Copps, R. Edwards, F. Hardin, J.W. Watts, A. Watson, H.(?) C. Mercer(?)
    Company B, Lt. J.L. Everett commanding
    Killed:  Sgt. J.W. Hancock
    Wounded:  Ptes. J.C. Capel, in hand; W.D. Crump, heel; B.f. Barnwell, head; J. Deal, shoulder; 
    W.V. Hatcher, head, severe; B.P. Lales, hand; J.H. Mack, arm; E.M. Quage, hip; J.L. Poplin, 
    side and abdomen; J.B. Parker, leg; W.D. Parker, hand; D.M. peat, ankle; J.S. Slaten, hip
    Missing:  Sgt. S.N. Deberry
    Company C, Lt. J.C. Williams commanding
    Wounded:  Ptes. Wm. Ennis, hand; Lt. O - - e -, arm; J.P. Whittenton, severe in abdomen; 
    C.(?) F. Norris, hip; J.K. Sterett, hip; W.H. Utley, leg; E.A. Lee, breast; David Smith, leg; 
    W.W. Brown, stunned by shell
    Missing:  Lt. J.C. Williams, Sgt. W.H. Betts, Sgt. W. Smith, Corp. G.T. Utley, Corp. W.B. 
    Oliver, Ptes. J.R. Churchill, B.C. Campbell, Jas. McKee, G.W. Spivey
    Company D, Lt. J.H. Nowell commanding
    Wounded:  Sgt. R.A. Smith, stunned by shell; Ptes. J.T. Broughton, stunned by shell; Gaston 
    Jones, hand; Henry Turner, hip
    Missing:  Sgt. P.P. Parish, Ptes. L.K. King, W.H. Hicks, Simeon Smith, Bryan Todd, W.W. Utley
    Company E, Lt. J.H. Hughes commanding
    Wounded:  Pte. R. Turner, eye, right arm broken and wounded in abdomen; R.J. Wilson, right 
    arm and wounded in abdomen; R.J. Wilson, right arm, severe; S. Jordan, both thighs, severe; 
    J.C. Lindsey, left thigh and bowels, severe; D. Falkner, left thigh severe; W.G. Anderson, right 
    arm, severe; D.P. Jordan, right hand, slight
    Missing:  Lt. J.H. Hughes, Ptes. J. Baldwin, J.M. Moore, S. Nichols, R.C. Tilley, J.A. Taylor, 
    F.M. Cheek, J. Wilson
    Company F, Capt. S.W. Morisett commanding
    Wounded:  Sgt. W. B. Knight, leg, severe; Corp. J.H. Griffin, side, severe; Ptes. G.S. Harrell, 
    right hand; Wm. Martin, since died; E.H. Brewer, severe in shoulder and in hands of enemy
    Missing:  Capt. S.W. Morisett, Sgt. J.P. Eborn, Ptes. Daniel Parker, Wiley Robinson
    Company G, Lt. J.D. Gatlin commanding
    Wounded:  Sgt. C.C. Ferguson, thigh, severe; Sgt. J.J. Knight, shoulder; Sgt. M.J. Nolley, 
    left hip, severe; Corp. W.J. Sewell(?) Sevell(?), eye, severe; Ptes. H.D. Baker, arm,; James 
    Bowles, arm; E.W. Beale, face; B. Fowler, thigh, severe; Lee Newsom, foot, severe; H.C. 
    Beale, leg; John turner, breast; M.D. Harrell, in hands of enemy
    Missing:  Lt. J.D. Gatlin, Lt. J.L. Everitt, Ptes. Wm. Baines, W.C. Britt, James Britt, Wm. 
    Brown, D.E. Newsom, Henry Overby, James E. Howell, W.C. Carroll
    Company H, Capt. John W. Smith commanding
    Killed:  Corp. H.C. Lee
    Wounded:  Capt. John W. Smith, arm; Sgt. H.H. Anderson, knee; Corp. R.B. Keith, foot and 
    shoulder; C.D. Bunn, arm; Ptes. J.L. Anderson, foot; Richard Amos, head; Abram Hester, foot;
     J.W. Marshburn, leg; J.T. Paul, leg, severe; J.M. Tant(?), arm and breast
    Missing:  Lt. J.R. Nowell, Sgt. J.E. Rhodes, Ptes. H. Pugh, A.C. Scarborough
    Company I, Lt. D.M.L. Jones commanding
    Killed:  Pte. W.H. Faucett
    Wounded:  Lt. D.M.L. Jones, since died; Corp. N.J. Johnson, leg, severe; Pte. John A. 
    Bullard (?), leg
    Missing:  Sgt. R.D. Lanier, Ptes. Wm. Arnold, J.A. Cutts, Jas. H. Smith, N.A. Thraillkill
    Company K, Lt. G.F. Darden commanding
    Wounded:  Ptes. C. Hill(?), hand, severe; Jacob Cope, thigh, severe; J.R. Cross, thigh, severe; 
    Jesse Green, right breast
    Missing:  Lt. George F. Darden, Corp. L.S. Heath, Ptes. Eli Anderson, J.J. Barham, Alex Fry, 
    J.W.W. Gatlin, J.S. Heritage(?), W.N. Myers, J.M. Pervis, H.P. Thompson, J.R. York
    Casualties 5th N.C.T., Lt. Colonel C.B. Hobson commanding (no dates given)
    Field and Staff
    Missing:  Lt. Col. C.B. Hobson
    Wounded:  Sgt. Major W.D. McMillan, severe in shoulder
    Company A, Capt. E. Sutherland commanding
    Wounded:  Lt. R.J.P. Howe, severe, leg and breast and in the hands of the enemy; Corp. 
    Thomas Atkinson shoulder, severe; Ptes. W.H. Bueland(?), left side, severe; R.J. Baker, 
    severe in right foot and left arm amputated; J.W.U. Harrell, left leg, severe; N.R. Rosser, 
    severe in left leg and in the hands of the enemy; W.L. Woodcock, severe in shoulder
    Missing:  Sgt. James Ennis, Ptes. W.B. Byrd, L. Edwards, E. Holmes, ------ Mansy, J.H. Porter
    Company B, Lt. Col. C.L. Cowles commanding
    Wounded:  Sgt. George W. Merrill, slight in thigh; Ptes. J.P. Book, thigh, slight; W.R. Best, leg, 
    slight; Wm. Jones, leg, severe; D.J. Smith, side, severe
    Missing:  Sgt. J.M. Wilkinson(?), Corp. C.M. Strickland, Ptes. John Armstrong, A. Grey, W.A. 
    Company C, Lt. E.L. Watson commanding
    Killed:  P. Taylor
    Wounded:  Ptes. W.H. Cattle(?), thigh, severe; Levi Merritt(?), neck, slight; Elias Sullivan, 
    stunned by shell; Robert Watkins, leg, slight
    Missing:  A. Keathley
    Company D, Lt. F.S. Currie commanding
    Killed:  Corp. R.M. Currie, Pte. D. McG. Currie
    Wounded:  Lt. F.S. Currie, severe in right shoulder; Ptes. H. McGoogan, head, severe; Jacob
    Musselwhite, leg, slight; G.G. Little, serious in right thigh; J. Overton, right thigh, severe
    Company E, Lt. J.P. Pitman(?) commanding
    Wounded:  Sgt. Jas. Bullock, foot, slight; Corp. Wm. Trevatt, finger, slight; Ptes. C.E. 
    Bullock, hand, severe; John C. Morris, right arm, severe; E. McNeil, head, slight; N. Carter, 
    arm, slight
    Missing:  Lt. J.P. Pitman(?), Ptes. Wm. McCormick, Amos Taylor, Jordan Trevatt
    Company F, Capt. W.S. Norment commanding
    Wounded:  Capt. W.S. Norment, right leg; Corp. W.B. McLellan, hand, severe; Ptes. Wm. 
    Humphrey, thigh, slight; A.B. Purnell, left arm, slight; Jackson Boom, thigh, slight
    Company G, Capt. T.B. Lippitt commanding
    Killed:  Pte. W.J. Bonsley(?)
    Wounded:  Ptes. W. Jernigan, foot, severe; J.Q. Williams, finger; A. Nobles(?), neck; W.A. 
    Nelson, left arm, severe; M.D. Blackburn, left breast, mortal
    Missing:  Sgt. T.F. Ketcham, Corp. D.F. Suggs, Ptes. B.F. Blake(?), N. Benton, C.M. Craig, 
    J.L. Hinson, A.B. Harelson, S. Norris, A. Thegpen, N.J. Thompson
    Company H, Lt. J.A. Meares(?) commanding
    Wounded:  Sgt. J.B. Colyer, head; Ptes. W.J. Cotrell, hand; D. Tyson, left leg, severe
    Missing:  Sgt. J.E. Campbell, Ptes. Wm. Balten, M. Carrell(?) Codum(?), R.B. Reynolds, 
    F.R. George, J.T. Thompson, P.R. Kellehan, J.N. Tyson, A. Nobles
    Company I, Lt. C.T. Guy commanding
    Wounded:  Lt. C.T. Guy, left leg; Ptes. S.C. Beazley, shoulder, severe; T.D. James, leg, 
    severe; Irvine Jones, side, severe; W.J. Noll(?), abdomen
    Missing:  Corp. W.J. Blew, H.J. Boyne, Ptes. A.G. Boyne, R.R. Sell, Wm. Holly, J. Bruce, 
    J.D. Williams, J.C. Goodie(?), Jas. Bell
    Company K, Lt. H.V. Henston(?) commanding  
    Wounded:  Ptes. W. H.(?) Rich(?), head, severe; M.L. Bradsahw, thigh
    Missing:  Corp. B.f. Hollingsworth, Ptes. J.C. Williford, J.T. Williford
    Casualties 61st N.C.T., Major Edward Mallett commanding (no dates)
    Field and Staff
    Wounded:  W.L. Falson, adjutant, in hip, supposed to be mortal
    Company A, Capt. Jas. H. Robinson commanding
    Wounded:  Capt. Jas. H. Robinson, severe, in hands of enemy; Lt. Wm. F. Smith, thigh, 
    severe; Ptes. C.H. Smith, face; J.J. Kelly, hand; A.W. Parrish, face, severe
    Missing:  Sgt. J.O. Armstrong, J.M. Smith, Lt. J.M. Chestnut, Corp. M. R.(?) Oates(?), Ptes. 
    W.J. Moore, W.W.W. Wilson
    Company B, Capt. Wm. M. Stevenson commanding
    Wounded:  Sgt. Stephen Owen, foot
    Missing:  Capt. Wm. M. Stevenson, Lt. David F. Redert(?), Corp. S.C. Bishop, Ptes. David 
    Edwards, Thomas Russ, Samuel Snell, John Angel, Edward Neil, Noah Bell
    Company C, Lt. Jno. F. Guthrie commanding
    Wounded:  Corp. J.D. Wilson, are and side, severe
    Missing:  Sgt. A.S. Wooten, Lt. Jno. F. Guthrie, Ptes. Wm. McKord(?), R. Richmond
    Company D, Lt. Wm. S. Ramsay commanding
    Wounded:  Lt. Wm. S. Ramsay, severe in arm and breast; Lt. Jas. C. Ethington(?), in hands 
    of enemy; Pte. John Fields, severe in left foot; Wm. P. Holt, hand; Franklin Jones, slight; 
    Richard Jones, slight; John Jones, side; James J. Lewis, hip; Johnson Mann, hip, severe; 
    Larkin Martin, arm, severe; John Shaw, arm, severe; Joseph M. Stone, leg, severe; Thomas 
    Thomas, stunned by shell; Wm. Thomas, severe in foot; Jno. Tolley, hand; Norman A. 
    Webster, hand, severe
    Missing:  Levi Churchfield, Wm. M. Lewis, H.N. Covert(?), Alfred Bradley, Elbert M. Johnson, 
    David Jones, M. Lewis, Robert T. Berry, Ingraham Russell, Wm. Shaw, David Sloan, Samuel 
    Company E, Lt. J.Q. Jackson commanding
    Killed:  Pte. Perry Blizzard(?)
    Wounded:  J.H. Dale, severe in shoulder; Elijah McKeel(?), arm, severe; J.J. Hughes, side, 
    severe; L.F. Malpass, shoulder, severe
    Missing:  Lt. J.Q. Jackson, Pte. Henry E. Dewer
    Company F, Capt. Wm. A. Darden commanding
    Wounded:  Lt. P.F.M. Daniel(?), since died; Sgt. Abram L. Darden, severe in neck and arm; 
    Corp. John R. Penden(?), ankle, severe; Corp. james A. Crawford, hand, slight; Pte. Martin 
    Corbett, thigh, severe; Elverston Owens, head, severe; John R. McKeel(?), face, slight; John 
    Baker, face, slight
    Missing:  Capt. Wm. A. Darden, Ptes. W.H. Wheeler, W.R. Shackelford, P.Q.A. Matthews, 
    J.W. Edwards, T.B. Carraway
    Company G, Capt. L.L. Keith commanding
    Wounded:  Capt. L.L. Keith, mortal, abdomen and wrist, since died; Sgt. T.F.E. Hodges(?), 
    foot, severe; Ptes. Alexander Pridgen(?), leg, severe; A.J. Molt(?), abdomen, slight
    Missing:  Ptes. A.K. Hening, S.P. Parks
    Company H, Capt. Jno. D. B – g – s, commanding
    Killed:  Sgt. Asa T. Grodin(?), Ptes. Henry D.Peel, Jesse B. Vick
    Wounded:  Corp. T.S. Peel,  Ptes. Stanley D. Henderson, in hands of enemy; W. A. Inman; 
    James Page, severe; George James
    Missing:  Corp. J.C. Godward(?), Sgt. T.L. Corey, T.B. Robinson, Ptes. John W. Medford, 
    James Corey, A.J. Barnes, Amalek(?) James
    Company I, Lt. George Grimsley commanding
    Killed:  Sgt. James Blevins, Pte. Benjamin Crouse
    Wounded:  Lt. George Grimsley, face, slight; Lt. Joshua Cox, knee, severe; Ptes. Jno Ath--, 
    thigh, severe; Jefferson Blevins, right arm, slight; W.D. Thompson, side, severe; Wm. Bobbitt, 
    head, slight
    Missing:  Sgt. R.F. Ballard; T.D. Jones, Ptes. R. Andrews, H.W. Crouse, Jefferson Candill, 
    B. Edwards, Z.D. Murray, T. Andrews
    Company K, Capt. Stephen W. Nobles, commanding
    Wounded:  Lt. H.C. Kounce(?), leg amputated; Sgt. Jos. P. Oliver, arm, shoulder and ankle, 
    severe; Ptes. John A. Huffman, thigh, severe; Daniel A. Wishams(?), arm in two places; Jno. 
    H. Borden, in hands of enemy; Lewis T. Howard, in hands of enemy; Phineas Whaley, in hands 
    of enemy; James Whaley, in hands of enemy
    Missing:  Lt. Simpson E. Kounce, Sgt. Edward G. Huggins, Corps. Fred Stanley, A.(?) Harper, 
    Ptes. H.G. Bosden(?), Wm. Carter, Jesse W. Heath, Wm. Saunders, Simeon Hale(?)
    Capt. W.H.S. Burgwyn, Brigade Inspector, was captured
    Edward White, Assistant Adjutant General
    Casualties 44th N.C.T. Sept. 30 and October 1 near Petersburg
    Field and Staff
    Wounded;  Major C.M. Stedman, commanding regiment, in foot, slight; Acting Ensign James 
    Forrest, thigh, severe
    Company A, Granville Co.
    Killed:  Pte. H.(?) F. Ezell
    Wounded:  Sgt. R. Puryear, leg, severe; Sgt. W.T. Grubbs, right lung, severe; Sgt. M. Garner, 
    leg, slight; Corp. J.H. Jenkins, shoulder, slight; Pte. H. Cutts, leg, slight; A.G. Norwood, thigh, 
    severe; Robert C. Stegall, arm, severe
    Missing:  Sgt. J.M. Davis
    Company B, Edgecombe Co.
    Wounded:  Capt. R.C. Brown, leg, severe; Sgt. W.J. Winbury, leg amputated; Corp. Alex Rawls, 
    hip, severe; Corp. C. Powell, arm, severe; Ptes. Exxum Tulson, shoulder, severe; N. Fountain, 
    head, very severe; Wade Bunting, hip, slight; W.D. Andrews, arm, severe; Axel(?) Moore, arm, 
    severe; Wm. Edmondson, thigh, severe; James H. Parker, neck, slight
    Company C, Pitt Co.
    Killed:  Pte. P. McGlarrhom
    Wounded:  Pte. T.R. Pollard, thigh, severe
    Missing:  Pte. J. May
    Company D, Pitt Co.
    Wounded:  Lt. G.W. Parker, leg amputated; Lt. Thomas King, thigh broken; Color Corporal 
    Sidney Harris, shoulder, severe; Pte. T.B. Taylor, hip, severe
    Missing:  Sgt. Benjamin Fleming
    Company E, Chatham Co.
    Killed:  Corp. William Tillman
    Wounded:  Lt. S.J. Tully, thigh, severe; Ptes. S.W. Womble, thigh, severe; G.E. Myrick, thigh, 
    severe; C.C. Williams, foot, severe; S.S. Carn(?) Cain(?), arm broken; Stephen Scott, arm, 
    severe; Burkner Johnson, arm, severe; James Salmon, arm, slight; W.S. Hilliard, leg, severe; 
    M.F. Kelly, leg, severe; Lemuel Smith, bowels, mortal; W.J. Maner, face, severe; E.E. 
    Dismukes, head and leg, severe; John A. Craven, leg, severe; Jessie S. Mo – d, thigh broken 
    and prisoner; R.H. Cox, hand, slight
    Company F, Montgomery Co.
    Wounded:  Ptes. Elias Slack, thigh broken; James Kearns, side, severe; Wm. Walsner, 
    shoulder, slight
    Company G, Orange and Alamance Co.
    Wounded:  Sgt. Thomas A. Clark, mortal, since died; Corp. Jno. D. Scott, face, severe; Ptes. 
    W.T. Crawford, shoulder, severe; Sidney Steele, leg, severe; Silas Workman, severe; W. H. 
    Ward(?), arm, severe; Alfred Peoples, leg, severe; David Cobb, shoulder, slight; Sidney Walker, 
    arm, severe; Presly Garner, arm, severe
    Company H, Montgomery Co.
    Wounded:  Sgt. Z.G. Brady, knee, slight; Sgt. A.D. Martin, leg, severe; Corp. M.P. Leach, arm, 
    severe; Corp. A.B. Loudermilk, leg, severe; Ptes. J.C. Tucker, arm amputated and leg, severe; 
    Z.G. Linebury, leg, slight; E.J. Comelison(?), leg, severe; John Harden(?), leg, slight
    Missing:  Ptes. Travis Brown, Nelson Hurley
    Company I, Pitt Co.
    Killed:  Ptes. G.W. Bentley, M.A. Edwards
    Wounded:  Sgt. J.H. Mills, thigh, severe; Corp. N.R. Parsons, thigh broken and prisoner; Ptes. 
    J.B. Spears, arm, slight; G. Gardner, arm, severe; F. McGlanhorn(?), shoulder, severe; James 
    Long, shoulder, slight; A.G. Moore, hand, severe; W.H. Canon, thigh, slight
    Company K, Franklin co.
    Killed:  Sgt. W.B. Shonewill(?)
    Wounded:  Sgt. John Huff, thigh, serious; Corp. B.H. Truman, arm, severe; Corp. John Henry, 
    groin, severe; Ptes. Planfer, foot, slight; A.W. Merritt, breast, severe; A. Grubbs, thigh, severe; 
    D.R. Gordon, thigh and head, slight; F. Thomason, thigh, severe; Joe Snipes, knee, severe
    Missing:  W.H. Duke
    A.S. Webb, Adjutant
    North Carolina Standard
    November 9, 1864
    Casualties 47th N.C.T. in the engagement near Burgess’ Mill Oct. 27
    Company A
    Wounded:  Sgt. W.D. Cone, thigh, slight; Ptes. J. Hogwood, thigh, severe
    Missing:  E. Abernathy, R.T. Abernathy, E.F. Ross, J.T. Brantley, A.M. Carpenter, W. Gardner, 
    A.J. Henderson, W. Liles, C.A. Joyner, J.R. Strickland, A. Taylor, J. Vick, P. Whitley
    Company B
    Killed:  Pte. L. Perry (paper cut up badly, hard to read, one under ‘killed’ is illegible)
    Wounded:  Sgt. Allen, thigh, severe; Corp. Perry, severe in thigh(?); Pte. Thomas Perry, knee, 
    severe; P.(?) Rogers, breast, slight
    Missing:  Sgt. M.J. Harris(?), Ptes. S.S. Allen, B. Bryant, G.A. Bunn, J. Frazier, A.B Johnson, 
    J. Lloyd, H.H. Medlin, M.J. Men(?), J.W. Upchurch, S. Wood
    Company C
    Missing:  J.C. Syne, W.J. Hall, J. Stephens, J. Bishop, P. Kelly, E.D. Matthews, R. Matthews, 
    H. Pollard, S. King, J.A. Pool, R. Phillips
    Company D
    Killed:  Pte. B. Winston, T.W. Short
    Wounded:  R. Pullen, leg, slight
    Missing:  L.D.W. Barnes, R.C. West, B. Thompson, E. Pullen, G. Proctor, B. Roe, E. Rose, 
    B.B. Pearson
    Company E
    Wounded slightly:  W. Terry, N. Wheeler, J. Barlow
    Missing:  J.H. Norwood, W.A. Dunn, W. Belvin(?), M. Ferguson, W. Glenn, J.S. Glenn, W. 
    Jones, W. King, D. Pugh, T. Pope, J.L. Smith, J.A. Sykes, J.S. Yearby, J.M. Maynard, ----- 
    (Transcriber’s note, four names from Company E were completely illegible and I could not even 
    tell if they were wounded or missing)
    Company F
    Killed:  A. Jones, D. Warren, S.M. ------, Sgt. S.F. Ellis (transcriber’s note, two killed were 
    illegible and Sgt. Ellis, I could not tell if he was killed or wounded)
    Missing:  Lt. H.R. Critchen, ------- Fuller, W. May, G. Bridges, J. Cham- - - , H.G. Leonard, 
    J.C. Uzell, J.B. Uzell, H. Best, J. Blac- - - , J. Phelps, B.U. Ball, R.  Dowden, J. W. Bradford, 
    G.M. Hicks, J. Overton, R. Strickland  (note some of these missing could be listed as wounded, 
    this section of the paper was faded and torn)
    Company H
    Wounded:  W. Batchelor, breast, severe; S. Johnson, thigh; Lewis Yates, hand
    Missing: H.T. Johnson, J.N. Boling(?), A. Beckwith, R. Barber, W. Carpenter, E. Campin, W. 
    Faggett, I. Green, B. Green, M. Herndon, L. King, A.B. King, M.B. ------, W.H. Davis, C. 
    McGee, one name completely illegible
    Company I
    Missing:  W. Anderson, W.B. Bryan, J.C. Blake, J.B. Crabtree, A. Deal, J.H. Freeman, 
    S. Edgington, Thomas Ladd, J.W. Massey, T. Mullins, R. Rigsby, E. Ross, Rufus Nance,
    J. Suggs, J.L. Wood, John Watts
    Company K
    Wounded:  J.A. Tarphey
    Missing:  1st Lt. Thomas Taylor, Z.L. Apple, P.H. Apple, W. Foster, J.W. Hicks, J. Loy, 
    G.W. Sutton, M.A. Huff - - - es (Huffhines?), D. Watkins, M.D. Byrum, H. Waggoner
    S.W. Mitchell, Captain, commanding 47th Regiment N.C.T.
    Casualties 20th N.C.T. in the engagement near Winchester Sept. 19
    Field and Staff
    Wounded:  Adj. E.S. Moore, contusion on the breast; W.H. Huggins, Acting Sgt. Major, ankle
    Company A
    Wounded and Captured:  Sgt. Jesse F. Williford
    Missing:  1st Lt. J.D. Irwin, Sgt. M.M. Misenheimer
    Company B
    Wounded:  Ptes. W.H. Baugh, in leg; Jerry Kestler, left arm; David Bradford, ankle
    Wounded and Captured:  Sgt. D.B. Ellis, Pte. Wm. Kelough
    Company C
    Killed:  Pte. R. Thompson
    Wounded:  Pte. C. Freeman, left arm and side, severe; J. Hinson, leg; Cain Strickland, left 
    arm, severe
    Wounded and Captured:  Sgt. D.M. Enzor, Pte. J.W. Riddick
    Missing:  Ptes. A. Reynolds and G. Ward
    Company D
    Wounded:  Ptes. Eli Burwell, left thigh, flesh wound; N.M. Dkiper(?), right arm
    Company E
    Wounded:  Corp. W.R. Benton, on the scalp; Ptes. R.D. Carr, arm; A. Outlaw, arm; H.W. 
    Rogers, left arm and breast; J.T. Watkins, foot, slight
    Wounded and Captured:  Pte. J. Brook
    Missing:  J. Burnham
    Company F
    Wounded:  1st Lt. A.F. Lawhorn, severe, neck; Ptes. W. Hall, knee, severe; O. (or C.) 
    Sessoms, shoulder; J. Sikes, thigh, D. Tanner, breast
    Wounded and Captured:  Ptes. N.C. Herring, J. Wilson
    Missing:  Sgt. W.D. Highsmith
    Company G
    Missing:  Pte. J. Long
    Company H
    Wounded:  Ptes. George McClenny, thigh; J.J. Cox, shoulder, severe; J.R. Godwin, arm
    Wounded and Captured:  Ptes. W. Hinson, S.J. Murphy
    Missing:  Lt. James Ingram,  Pte. S. Wilson
    Company I
    Wounded:  Corp. J.L. Daniels, neck, severe; Ptes. D.M. Powell, bowels, severe; Wm. 
    Holland, side, severe; M. Royals, wound not known
    Company K
    Wounded:  Capt. W.G. Baldwin, thigh, flesh wound; Pte. John Bradsher, left arm, flesh 
    wound; J.F. Kelly, right arm amputated
    Wounded and Captured:  Ptes. Allegood, Boswell, Allen, Suggs
    Missing:  Corp. W.H. Harrison, Pte. Patrick Stephens
    E.S. Moore, Adjutant, 20th N.C.T.
    Casualties 14th N.C.T., Battle of Strasbourg, Oct. 19
    Company A
    Wounded:  Sgt. James W. Newsom, bowels, mortal, since died; Corp. Jesse F. Newsom, 
    face, severe
    Company B
    Wounded:  Pte. Z. Russell, finger amputated
    Company C
    Wounded:  Pte. G.W. McAwley, thigh, severe; J.H.D. Saunders, thigh, severe; A.A. Waddill, 
    shoulder, severe; John Threadgill, leg
    Missing:  Ptes. H.B. Saunders, J. D. Mack
    Company D
    Wounded:  Capt. Wm. M. Weir, bowels, mortal; Pte. H.M. Cameron, bowels, mortal; Sgt. 
    J.F. Goforth, left leg, severe
    Missing:  Corp. J.F. Long, Pte. N. Bonds
    Company E
    Wounded:  Pte. Jno. Cook, left hip; John N. Hubbard, left leg amputated; A. Messner, 
    severe in mouth; B. Pollard, leg, severe; Pte. H.C. Lassiter
    Company F
    Wounded:  Sgt. A.H. Jones, right thigh broken and captured; Sgt. N.B. Westall, right shoulder, 
    slight; Ptes. J.R. Pattila, left hip, severe; D.N. Phelps, finger amputated
    Missing:  E. Campbell, J.C. Melton(?) Melson(?)
    Company G
    Wounded:  A.J. Griffith, left thigh, severe and captured; Pte. W.W. Stubblefield, face, severe
    Missing:  Pte. John S. Strader
    Company H
    Wounded:  Sgt. C.A. Shankle, right arm, severe; Sgt. Ivey Ritchie, right side, severe; Sgt. 
    Bennett Russell, left arm, severe; Corp. Eben Lowden, left arm, severe; Pte. John Dry, right 
    leg, severe; Pte. W.E. Dees, foot, severe, captured.
    Company I
    Wounded:  Capt. T.B. Beall, neck, severe; Pte. Wm. Conrad, shoulder, severe; Pte. J.H. 
    Simms, leg, slight; Robert Kesler, thigh; M. Lopp, ankle
    Missing:  Pte. H.B. Beck
    Company K
    Wounded:  Ptes. J.E. Moore, shoulder, severe; J.H. Watkins, leg, severe
    Missing:  Sgt. D. Thompson, Pte. A.F. West
    Wm. C. Power, Chaplain
    We also received from our young friend George T. Stronach(?), acting adjutant, a list of 
    casualties from the 14th, same as above, to which he had the following note:  “Perhaps the 
    report that Captain Jos. Jones of this city was missing, has reached Raleigh.  If so, you can 
    inform his friends that he arrived this morning in company with Lt. J.M. Henson, having both 
    been prisoners but made their escape.”
    Casualties Company D, 26th N.C.T. in the battle near Gravel Run, Oct. 27, Lt. Jas. G. Jones 
    Pte. Thomas Gill
    Missing:  Lt. Jas. G. Jones, Sgt. Wm. C. Booker, Corp. Simeon A. Austin, Ptes. Thomas 
    N. C - - dle or C - - die, Wm. W. Bell, Wesley Hamilton, supposed to be wounded, W.J. 
    Gattis, Joseph Nelson, Pte. A.B. Booker
    None of those missing are supposed to be hurt except Hamilton
    Casualties 30th N.C.T. in the engagement at Strasbourg Oct. 19
    Company A
    Missing:  Corp. J.M. Crumpler, Pte. J.W. Holland
    Company B
    Wounded:  Pte. O.S. Regan, neck; D.T. King, arm; W.H. Carroll, head, slight
    Missing:  Ptes. C. Walker, W.V. Hobb
    Company C
    Wounded:  J.C. Vauncannon
    Missing:  Sgt. J.W. Wescoat, Pte. Lewis Simmons
    Company D
    Wounded:  J. Bailey, thigh
    Missing:  Pte. W.G. Davis
    Company E
    Wounded:  Capt. J.C. McMillan, hip; Pte. C. Malpass, hip, severe; T. Blanton, slight I hand
    Missing:  Corp. W.B. Teachey, Ptes. B. Lanier, W.W. Norris, H.B. Shute
    Company F, Capt. W.M.B. Moore
    Wounded:  Ptes. Bennett Bell, leg; Jerry Little, thigh, severe; L. Warren, mouth
    Missing:  Corp. H. Corbett
    Company G
    Killed:  Pte. G.B. Elliott, W.H. Kittrell
    Wounded:  W.T. Cruise, leg
    Missing:  Ptes. H. Barnes, W.L. Forrest(?)
    Company H
    Missing:  Ptes. G.W. Campbell, G.W. Cole, B. Wadkins
    Company I
    Wounded:  Ptes. W.J. Sykes, mortal; H.O. Stricklin, slight
    Missing:  A.J. Batchelor, J.D. Culpepper, W. Eason
    Company K
    Wounded:  Ptes. W.L. Hood, thigh, flesh wound; W.G. Barefoot, hand, slight; Sgt. Major 
    F. M. Kitts, arm, flesh wound.
    Lt. S.B. Newton, acting adjutant, 30th N.C.T.
    Casualties 6th N.C.T., Battle of Cedar Creek, Oct. 19, 1864
    Field and Staff
    Wounded:  Lt. Col. Tate, left arm
    Company A
    Wounded:  Lt. T.D. Hardin, right arm; Ptes. J.W. Bargess, breast, severe; John Apley, foot; 
    James Langley, thigh
    Missing:  M. Cass, W. Poindexter, M. Thomaker
    Company B
    Killed:  Pte. Jas. P. Smith
    Wounded:  Green Roberts, head, mortal
    Missing:  Wm. T. Gooch, Daniel Etchison, Jas. T. Wright
    Company C
    Wounded: Kentch Hicks, left shoulder
    Company D
    Wounded:  W.F. Chester, leg, severe; W. F. Dillon, arm, severe; John Powell, arm and side
    Missing:  W.J. Hern (or Horn)
    Company E
    Wounded:  Sgt. Jno. J. English, left shoulder, severre
    Missing:  Ptes. Jos. Lewis, Henderson Warlock, ------- Longworth, ------- Sheet, -------- 
    Bracket, -------- Painter (or Pointer), -------- Wiles
    Company F
    Missing:  W.M. Albright, Ranson Burns, W.C. Lashley
    Company G
    Killed:  Corp. C. Craige
    Wounded:  Ptes. N. Morgan, right arm and side
    Missing:  J. C. (?) Ledbetter
    Company H
    Wounded:  Pte. Jno. H. Walker, left shoulder; Wm. Pray, left knee; Jno. Faular, right arm; A.J. 
    Woods, right finger; Peter McKinnie, left leg
    Company I
    Wounded:  Sgt. C.L. Williams, face; J.H. Upchurch, left arm, severe; Pte. Jno. Clontz(?), right 
    leg, severe
    Missing:  Williford Upchurch
    Company K
    Killed:  Wm. Rice
    Wounded:  Solomon Hunt, left leg, severe; Jas. Pittard, thigh, severe
    Missing:  Lt. G.R. Maynard, Pte. Wm. Emerson, George Miles, Jeff Rogers
    North Carolina Standard
    January 25, 1865
    Headquarters, 42nd N.C.T. near Wilmington, Jan. 14, 1865
    Dear Sir:
    Below I send you a list of casualties of this regiment, Kirkland’s Brigade during the operations 
    below Wilmington.  Those of Company A were cut off and captured while garrisoning Battery 
    Anderson (or Flag Pond Battery as called by the enemy)
    Company A, Capt. J.H. Koontz
    1st Lt. J.T. Link
    Andrew Link
    Thomas F. Lanning
    Corp. J.N. Snider
    Corp. Thomas A. Ratts
    Corp. Wm. Benson
    P.N. Bodenheimer
    R.A. Billings
    Daniel Brindle
    F.D. Clodfelter
    J.P. Cross
    J.C. Doty
    W.A. Ellis
    J. Evans
    A. Everhardt
    J.A. Fritts
    A. Fritts
    H.G. Fritts
    Peter Fry
    H.P. Fealyet
    Alexander Gibbons
    B.C. Gobble
    J. Grub
    Joseph Harrell
    G.F. Headrick
    A.A. Hoover
    J.H. Idol
    W.H. Keptly
    H.F. Koontz
    I.W. Koontz
    L.S. Keller
    G.W. Long
    Sol Long
    W.Y. Lanier
    D. Lenard
    W.J. Marshall
    Henry Morgan
    H. Newsom
    C.R. Arrender
    M. Owens
    N.R. Owens
    Henry Poplin
    W.F. Procter
    M. Pool
    M.L. Skeen
    L.K. Smith
    D.F. Smith
    R.R. Smith
    H.L. Sink
    D. Sink
    Jas. Sink
    J.H. Swicegood
    L.L. Smith
    E. Smith
    P.O. Siceliff
    J.T. Shoaf
    John Shoaf
    A.D. Stimpson
    D. Shealds
    J.H. Stafford
    W.P. Stafford
    A.W. Swink
    H. Tince
    C.S. Tice
    A. Wright
    Yancy Willard
    W.A. York
    J.M. Yorkley
    A.F. Yorkley
    G. Carnelison
    Henderson Miller
    Company E
    Sgt. L.A. Chase, foot, slight wound
    Company H
    Killed:  Pte. David Criscoe
    Company K
    Sgt. Samuel Tarlton, head wound, very severe
    Very Respectfully,
    C.W. Bradshaw, Lt. Col. Commanding

    Transcribed by Christine Spencer October 2007

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