38th Georgia Wounded, Nov 1864

38th Georgia Wounded, Nov 1864

Augusta Daily Chronicle & Sentinel

November 4, 1864



THIRTY-EIGHTH GEORGIA REGIMENT—The following casualties have occurred in a late battle in the thirty-eighth Georgia regiment:

Field and staff—Wounded: Serg’t Major W S Roberston, dangerously: Missing: Major Thomas H Bomar

Co A—Wounded: Privates John Eidson, head and arm, prisoner; Newton Wates, thigh broken, prisoner: J F House, leg amputated, prisoner

Co B—Wounded: B M Densmore, leg

Co C—Wounded: Corpl E A Odum, left arm, severe; privates Francis Wilkes, shoulder, severe; T B Cocksay, breast, slight

Co E—Wounded: Sergeant J M Hawkins, side, slight; private M E Sorrow, head, slight

Co K—Killed: Private A W Almond; Wounded: Privates M O Wiggins, shoulder; W A Childress, ankle

Co N—Wounded: Privates W A Childress, back, severe; J M Phillips, head, slight
Webmaster's note: Most, if not all, of these casualties were the result of the battle of Cedar Creek, Va., Oct 19th, 1864.

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