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Virginia Confederate Ill & Wounded

The list has never been published, and the Dispatch presents it below. It will be read with interest, not only by the men who took part in the great struggle at Gettysburg, when what has been termed the "High-water Mark of the Rebellion" was reached, but by all old soldiers and by their children.

Name, Rank, Regiment, Date of Wound, and Date of Death, if fatally ill or wounded, are given:

Captain J. P. Welsh, 27th Virginia regiment; wounded July 1st; died July 15th.
Captain W. A. Blankingship, 15th Virginia regiment; wounded July 2nd.

Lieutenant W. L. J. Corley, 25th Virginia regiment; wounded July 2nd.
Lieutenant A. R. Micou, 55th Virginia regiment; wounded July 14th.

Sergeant C. B. Grey, 40th Virginia regiment, wounded July 14th.
Sergeant C. W. Garlic, 4th Virginia regiment; wounded July 3rd.
Sergeant George Hollowell, Alexandria artillery; wounded July 2nd; died July 20th.

Corporal J. Purcell, 55th Virginia regiment; wounded July 14th.
Corporal Sidney Turner, 21st Virginia regiment; wounded July 3rd.
Corporal G. W. Cummings, 8th Virginia regiment; wounded July 3rd.

Private J. E. Turner, 11th Virginia cavalry regiment; wounded July 5th; died July 26th.
Private E. Simmons, 62nd Virginia regiment; wounded July 5th.
Private P. Shields, 62nd Virginia regiment; wounded July 5th.
Private A. L. Syrus, 34th Virginia cavalry; wounded July 6th.
Private W. F. Logan, 1st Virginia cavalry.
Private W. H. Stiff, 55th Virginia regiment; wounded July 1st.
Private W. E. H. Cain, 62nd Virginia regiment; wounded July 2nd; died July 17th.
Private R. H. Hale, 47th Virginia regiment; wounded July 14th.
Private W. J. Hart, 55th Virginia regiment; wounded July 14th.
Private A. M. Pleasant, 6th North Carolina regiment; wounded July 1st.
Private J. D. Grey, 37th Virginia regiment; wounded July 3rd; died August
Private J. Myers, 6th Virginia cavalry; wounded July 6th.
Private J. C. Lupton, 57th Virginia regiment; wounded July 13th.
Private Reuben Gardner, 2nd Virginia battalion, wound July 14th.
Private J. Cain, 62nd Virginia regiment.
Private Albert Smith, 50th Virginia regiment.
Private J. W. McGlemmere, 12th Virginia regiment; wounded July 2nd; died August 5th.
Private Schuyler Beverley, 31st Virginia regiment.
Private A. B. Newcombe, 13th Virginia cavalry; wounded July 11th; died August 3rd.
Private G. S. King, 10th Virginia cavalry; wounded July 6th; died July 31st.
Private A. S. Wilson, 1st Virginia cavalry troop; wounded July 5th.
Private J. Vandevender, 62nd Virginia; wounded July 5th; died August 2nd.
Private R. Bowen, 40th Virginia regiment; wounded July 14th.
Private D. H. Watts, 40th Virginia regiment; wounded July 14th.

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Source: Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume XXVII, Edited by R. A. Brock, Richmond, VA, 1899.

 

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