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Confederate Ill & Wounded Other States

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. The name, rank, regiment, date of wound, and date of death, if fatally ill or wounded, are given:

Alabama

Private J. J. Jordan, 5th Alabama regiment; died July 29th.
Private J. M. Yarborough, 5th Alabama regiment; wounded July nth.
Private Thomas Connaway, 13th Alabama regiment; died August 5th-
Private S. J. Gamble, 3rd Alabama regiment.
Private J. Mitchell, 12th Alabama regiment; died July 30th.
Private C. C. Minis, 5th Alabama regiment.

Louisiana

Private J. P. Barnard, 7th Louisiana regiment; wounded July 2nd.
Private Daniel McDonald, 7th Louisiana regiment; wounded July 2nd.
Private James Cahill, 9th Louisiana regiment; wounded July 2nd.
Private Richard Kelly, 6th Louisiana regiment; wounded July 10th; died July 24th.
Private J. V. Vannoy, 1st Louisiana regiment.
Private J. J. McQuithy, 7th Louisiana regiment.

Maryland

Captain Frank Bond, 1st Maryland cavalry; wounded July 6th.
Lieutenant A. Cook, 1st Maryland cavalry.
Sergeant Thomas Blackistone, 1st Maryland battalion; wounded July 3; died August 1st.
Private W. H. Gill, 1st Maryland regiment; wounded July nth.
Private C. M. Frail, 1st Maryland regiment; wounded July 2nd.
Private J. C. Lake, 1st Maryland regiment; wounded July 2nd.
Private C. H. Steele, 1st Maryland battalion; wounded July 3rd.

Washington

Corporal E. J. Jewell, Washington artillery; wounded July 6th; died July 19th.
Private J. W. Cross, Washington artillery; wounded July 6th.
Private George Waterston, Washington artillery; wounded July 6th; died August 9th.
Private W. W. Davis, Washington artillery; wounded July 6th.
Private Robert Bannister, Washington artillery; wounded July 6th.
Private George Humphrey, Washington artillery; wounded July 6th.

Artillery & Regiments Units

Private M. Harris, Cobb's Legion; wounded July 2nd.
Private John M. Wright, Hughes's artillery; wounded July 10th: died July 31st.
Private T. J. White, Moorman's artillery; wounded July 10th.
Private A. Leftwich, Moorman's artillery; wounded July 10th; died July 30th.
Private W. H. Brannon, Stuart's artillery; wounded August, 1862.
Private W. Swaincot, Stuart's artillery.
Private J. E. Bradderberry, Cam. Artillery.
Private Z. Henry, 5th Texas regiment, wounded July 5th; died July 11th.

Confederate List by State | Maryland AHGP

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

 

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