Editor’s Note: This article was transcribed by John T. Goodnough, Corresponding Secretary of the Binghamton, NY Civil War Roundtable from microfilm at the Broome County Public Library.
THE 109TH REGIMENT. – E. W. Brigham, ESQ. received yesterday a letter from his son, Ed. Brigham, who is in Co. E, 109th Reg., written immediately after the engagement of the 16th and 17th of June, which gives us the following list of killed and wounded:
KILLED: Capt. Warwick, H. Fowler, Seeley, Ramelee, Lamb, Castle, Peckham, and Weed.
SERIOUSLY WOUNDED: Harry Bogart – in bowels; Frank Myers and _____ Allen.
SLIGHTLY WOUNDED: Burrows, Whittaker, Gardiner, Robinson, Tarbox, M’Laughlin, Bacon and Monroe.
MISSING: Hall, Bloomer, Aldrich and Hall.
He says the Regiment went into the fight with 300 men, and after the battle they were only able to muster 40.1
- Binghamton (NY) Daily Democrat, June 17, 1864. This newspaper article is from the personal collection of Mary Jordan, illustrator of the book Dear Friend Amelia, the Civil War Letters of Private John Tidd, and is used with her permission. All rights reserved. ↩