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In Sixth regiment South Carolina cavalry, in the engagements of 11th and 12th June, 1864, at and near Trevillians’s station, on the Virginia Central railroad.
Field and Staff—Killed: Sergeant-Major J O Sheppard. Wounded: Colonel H K Aiken, severely in left shoulder; Captain P W Goodwyn, Acting Major, injured by a shell, still on duty.
Company A, Lieutenant: Woods commanding—Killed: John Coleman. Wounded: Corporal T Babb, slight in arm: Privates D J Armstrong, flesh wound in thigh; B B Curry, flesh wound in arm; J R Babb, in foot, slight; M Babb, in hand, slight; T B Blackwell, in hip, slight; W L Hopkins, in foot, severe; R E Moore, in hip, slight; J A Owens, in arm, slight; D M Peden, in back, slight; H S Shumate, in breast, slight; J K Aberecombie, in hip, severe. Missing: Privates W A Adams D Y Pitk.
Company B, Captain J J Gregg, commanding—Killed: Privates W B Brooks, J H Moss, Matthew Moss, E E Padgett, J W Noble, A Kilcreese, J W Mayer. Wounded: Captain J J Gregg, slight, in arm; Sergeant S G Cothran, in spine, severely; Sergeant A A Giles, in thigh, severely; Corporal Quattlebaum, in hip, slightly; Corporal Roundtree, in thigh, slightly; Privates Richard Berry, in arm, slightly; J M Briggs, in ear, slight; A Bushnell, in thigh, slight; W L Claxton, arm amputated; S Kirkland, in hand, slight; S E Mays, thigh amputated; H R Quattlebaum, in leg, slight; E V Steedman, in shoulder, severe; A G Williams, in leg, slight; P M Williams, in left eye, severe; J M Holder, in breast, slight; R E Broadwater, in shoulder, slight.
Missing: Privates Samuel Blackwell, Lafayette Cogburn.
Company C, Lieutenant Kennedy, commanding—Killed: Sergeant John Clowney, Corporal T C Bradley. Wounded: Sergeant R H Bell, slight; Corporal A J Smith, slight; Privates N Anderson, slight; E Calhoun, in head, severely; J H Cunningham, severely;—Hughey, severely; S Crumpton, slight; J Young, severely; W Watts, severely; L M Foot, slight. Missing: Private J H Rykard.
Company D,_________ _________, commanding—Killed: Privates M S Hendrix, D C Rigway. Wounded: Privates J W McCray, M Campbell, W D Chandler, J P Davenport, M J Lock, J S Odom, slight. Missing: Privates J A Sellers, A J Stogner, Isham Rush, W C Burr, E C Bunch.
Company E, Captain J P Knight, commanding—Wounded: Privates W Acker, Anderson, Thomas Rodgers, A N Stone, severely.
Company F, Captain Humphrey, commanding—Killed: Private John Milling. Wounded: Captain Humphrey, slightly in leg; Lieutenant A Aldrich, severely in shoulder and slightly in side and leg; Sergeants W A Simons, severely in hand; J M Hodges, slightly in shoulder; T Gladney, severely in leg; Privates Baxley and Cloud, slightly. Missing: Corporal John Jordan, Privates H Appellcy, S Owens, J Surabb, Salisbury, E Morgan.
Company G, Lieutenant J Taggart, commanding—Killed: Privates J W Turner, J Busby. Wounded: Sergeants D G Rampy, T T Slings, slightly; Privates W Bowen, W S Cantwell, J Cochran, J C McCarty, L J Gilstrap, J L Walker, D Stricklan, H T Owens, P Randale, W J Williams, R A Tucker, arm off; John Cooley, leg broken. Missing: Privates H J Knaff, B T Stone, H Hutchison.
Company H, Captain McGuire, commanding.—Killed: Private M Rudisal. Wounded: Sergeant Gaston, slight; Corporals Harley, slight; G W Cole, slight. Privates G W Cummings, slight; R Cummings, slight; J J Crowley, slight; W M Conter, slight; G W Hair, slight; T D Harley, severe. Missing: Privates Joel Farmer, T J Harley, J Rudisal.
Company I, Captain Chitner, commanding.—Wounded: Sergeant H T Fladger, severely; Private J J Hart, severely. Missing: Privates B F Lewellen, S Littlejohn, R Mickeo.
Company K, Captain Hough, commanding.—Killed: Privates W Gamell, J H Field, W Funderbug, J C Massey. Wounded: Lieutenant E B Hancock, slight; J L Clements, J J Brown, C W Horton, Elisha McDougal, T Sellers, J G Bowell, Philip Snipe, M P Thoman, slight. Missing: Privates E Lowry, C F Evans, E M Murey.
T. B. FERGUSON, Major Commanding.
Columbia, South Carolina, papers please copy.1
- “Casualties in Sixth Regiment South Carolina Cavalry…” Richmond Examiner. June 18, 1864, p. 2 col. 4 ↩