Editor’s Note: This article was transcribed by Jackie Martin.
LIST OF CASUALTIES
In Twenty first Virginia infantry from fifth May to fourth June, 1864—Colonel W A W Meber, commanding, Jones’ Brigade. Lieutenant-Colonel William P Moseley, commanding Twenty first regiment, wounded.
Company A—Killed: Sergeant H M Hill.—Wounded: William Taylor, J W Foster, D M Bagby—all flesh wounds; Sergeant A J Lawson, severely in leg, (amputated.) Missing: Sergeant P C Pemterton, Corporal S M Brower, Privates S B Sims N H Hamlet, R S Covington, M Almond and G W Cox.
Company C—Killed: Privates Jasper J Curtis, Thomas S Procise and John H Wood. Wounded: Sergeant George R Tisdale, Privates James D Owens and Joseph Y Cole. Missing: Lieutenant C P Harper and Sergeant William L Stone, Privates John L Sculthorp and John D Harris.
Company D—Killed: Edward Creacy. Wounded: Captain John E Booker and Lieutenant W E Booker, Privates N E Talley and John T Flippin. Missing: Private Sterling W Cook, Thomas Morris, John Patrum, Henry Patrum, Michael Meadow, John E Wooton and George W Dowdy.
Company E—Wounded: John W Newton, John H Stanley, Robert Taylor, William Garrett and James T Roberts. Missing: Thomas Edwards.
Company F—Wounded: Captain Reuben J Jordan, Corporal N A Dowdy, Privates W E Cumbie, J M Couch, G W Brown W C Seay, (since died,) P S Richeson, W B Edmunds, (and in hands of enemy,) R H Dillard, (hands of enemy,) A C Legg, H Peaster, and Corporal J H Anderson. Missing: Corporal H F Munt, Privates J W Johnston, P W Kayton, J T Merryman, F J Simpson and Jesse Griffin.
Company G—Killed: Private W H Moseley.—Wounded: Sergeant R N King, Sergeant G L Wright, Corporal L N Manley, Privates J W Woodruff, J J King and Joseph Spence. Missing: Privates C W Powell, W H Clary, G B Ford and J A Woodruff.
Company H—Killed: Captain C H Farmer, Corporal John H Kelley and Private John T Barber. Wounded: Privates James C Wilson, S G Kelley, A B Simpson, J L Barrett, William H Templeton, R Martin, R F Adkins and R H Yeatts. Missing: Privates John R Shields, Thomas Bruce, N W East, William H Templeton and William H Keatts.
Company I—Killed: Lee P Francis. Wounded: Privates B P Adkins, R A Fuller, James L Marlow and Joseph Seay. Missing: Sergeant W F Hundley, Corporal S C Mahan, Privates P F Austin, D D Cox, M B Wells and D M Hankins.
Company K—Killed: Privates L L Bacon.—Wounded: None. Missing: Sergeant J R Weaver, Sergeant A D Williams, Corporal J A Green, Privates William T Flowers, R H Moring, J G Green and S E Gregory.
Recapitulation—Killed, 11; wounded, 48; missing 47. Total, 106.
A. D. KELLEY,
Major commanding regiment.
E. E. England, Lieutenant and Acting Adjutant.
Whig and Enquirer please copy.1
- “LIST OF CASUALTIES in Twenty first Virginia infantry…” Richmond Examiner. June 17, 1864, p. 2 col. 6 ↩
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