Editor’s Note: This article was transcribed by Jackie Martin.
LIST OF CASUALTIES in the “Hampden Artillery,” of Richmond, Company C, Thirty eighth battalion Virginia light artillery, in the actions of June 2d and 3d, Lieutenant J E Sullivan, commanding battery.
Killed,: Corporal W J Sullivan and Private G W Thorpe. Wounded: Lieutenant J E Sullivan, slightly, face and foot; Sergeant G H Baughman, ear and neck painfully; Privates P B McGuinis, right arm amputated above the elbow, doing well; W F Breadlow, right hand, flesh wound; Thomas Jones, flesh wound left leg; J A Hawley, J E Powell, very slightly in head. Missing: Corporal E P Smith, Privates J T Bradley, D Brady, G W Congdon, W R Cottrell, G B Clayton, M J Duvall, W T Heckler, M W Harris, H Mantle, W W Wood, J T West.
The battery is now in good condition and ready to meet the foe, Lieutenant Thomas B McCurdey being in command.
J. K. B.1
- “LIST OF CASUALTIES in the ‘Hampden Artillery’…” Richmond Examiner. June 16, 1864, p. 2 col. 4 ↩
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