Editor’s Note: This article was transcribed by Jackie Martin.
LIST OF CASUALTIES of the Forty-second battalion Virginia cavalry, May thirtieth and thirty first, 1864.
Field and Staff—Missing: B S Crouch, courier.
Company A—Not engaged.
Company B—Captain William M McGruder, commanding. Killed: None. Wounded: T N Throckmorton, in chest, mortally; Joseph Tinsley, in leg, slightly; Joseph McCallister, in arm, slightly.
Company C—Lieutenant R T Sears, commanding. Killed: T S Lilliston. Wounded: R H Walker, in neck, severely, (since died;) Harvey Bland, in ankle, slightly. Missing: Benjamin Rilee, Sergeant J M Kidd, E R Lilliston, Thomas J Palmer.
Company D—Lieutenant W V Heywood, commanding. Killed: None. Wounded: J R Ransone, leg and foot severely; George W Walker, in arm, severely. Missing: Charles T Carr.
Company E—Lieutenant J M Jeffries, commanding. Killed: James Callice, W H Norton.—Wounded: Jacob Saddlemyre, in shoulder severely; A Atkins, in arm, severely; James Crossfield, in arm, slightly; Harvey Lumpkin, in shoulder, severely; S Sibley, in cheek, slightly; James Hart, slightly; John Means, slightly. Missing: Carter Blake.
Company F—Lieutenant John E Broaddus, commanding. None.
Company G—Captain A J Rodgers, commanding. Killed: None. Wounded: Captain A J Rodgers, in arm, slightly; Sergeant J C Dickinson, in leg, slightly. Missing: None.
Company H—Lieutenant C W Havenner, commanding. Killed: None. Wounded and missing: Sergeant S G Sheffield.
Killed, 3; wounded, 18; missing, 8—total 29.1
- “LIST OF CASUALTIES of the Forty-second battalion Virginia cavalry, May thirtieth and thirty first, 1864.” Richmond Examiner. June 16, 1864, p. 2 col. 4 ↩
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