Editor’s Note: This article was transcribed by Brett Schulte.
Editors Confederate:–You will please publish the following list of casualties in the 4th N. C. Regiment in the fights on the 30th May, and 2d and 3d of June.
Co E–Field and Staff, Killed act. Adjt Lt S J Litchfield, 3d June
Co A, 30th May, privates A Christy in hand, John Marsh mortally, 2d June, sergt W L allen dangerous.
Co B, May 30th, sergt J B Kiestler breast, private N V Cowan leg, June 2d, Caleb Klutz, severe. Captured May 30th, privates M M Beaver and George Jordan.
Co E, May 30th, corpl J W Latham severe.
Co F, June 3d, Killed, private J Allison.
Co G, May 30th, Wounded, Wm Davis severe, June 3d, Killed, T W Cunningham, Wounded, J L Cranfield.
Co H, Wounded, May 30th, privates Wm Dilton severe, June 3d, J Farr arm.
Co I, May 30th, privates W G Right severe, June 3d D R Bennet contusion on hip severe.
Co K, Wounded, May 30th, sergt Wm Parker severe, June 3d, private W Josey face. Captured, May 30th, A Casper.
Total number of officers killed 1, men 2, men wounded 15, taken prisoner 3, killed wounded and missing 21.
J. M. Howard.
Act. Adjt 4th N. C. Regt.
N. C. Presbyterian, N. C. Advocate and Salisbury Watchman, please copy.1
- No title. Raleigh Confederate. June 20, 1864, p. 2 col. 5 ↩