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Battle of Hanover Court House: North Carolina Standard, June 18, 1862

Battle of Hanover Court House: North Carolina Standard:
18th North Carolina Infantry Regiment Casualties

North Carolina Standard
Raleigh
June 18, 1862

Headquarters, 18th N.C.T
Casualties in the fight at Hanover Court House

Company A, from New Hanover—German volunteers
Capt. T.W. Brown, Jr., missing; 1st Lt. G.A. Johnson, mortally wounded (since dead);
Sgt. John Bonsold, missing; Corps. A. Simmons, Wm. Hall, wounded; Ptes. A.
Slobohn, John Hoerner, G.D. Hackerman, H.R. Kyhl, Ernest Ortman, Henry Steller(?),
wounded

Company B, from Bladen
Captain W.J. Sykes, killed; Sgt. H. Edwards, missing; Corp. J.N. Wilson, killed
Killed:  Ptes. J. Guyton, D.(or O.) Hammond, T.N. Metichee(?), D.P. Shaw(?)
Wounded:  D.J. Jordan, R.S. Cheshire, L. Blackwell, C.L. Hilburn, H.W. Singletary,
N. Edwards, J.E. Nance, Edward Pate, R. Roberts, H. Weeks
Missing:  Wm. Lovett, D. Pate, J.F. Rackley, A. Regan, M.B. Singletary, Drummer
F. Tilley

Company C from Columbus County
2nd Lt. Samuel A. Long, wounded but fought the battle out; Sgt. E.V. Latta, wounded
severely
Killed:  Moses Williams, Jas. M. Long, W.W. Long, J.L. Ward, J.E. Bellamy, J.M. Jones
Wounded:  Sgt. W.J. Lay, Corps. James M. Bennett, Charles Jones, Ptes. E. Meares,
W.R. Ward, S.P. Wilkins, D.M. Williamson, William Best, B. Strickland, E. Tait,
W.D. Rhodes
Missing:  W.R. Best, E.K. Vance, S.A. Vance, Robert Wilson, Daniel Green, Burwell
Williamson

Company D from Robeson County
2nd Lt. Neill Townsend, Sgt. Needham Thompson, wounded
Killed:  Corps. Elias Woodell, Guilford W. Edwards, Pte. Bunyan Stancil, (first name illegible)
Edwards T.F. Gilbert, Jno Barnes, E.J. Britt, Thomas Capps(?), K. Lovitt, James M.
Sherrell
Missing:  John Brett, Alva Lawsen

Company E, from New Hamover
Killed:  Quincey Williams, B.F. Bridgen, Owen Kinion(?)
Wounded:  Corp. A. Pridgen, D.J. Corbett(?), T.D. Malpass, A. Flanagen, A.B.
Roche(?), G.W. Malpass, Henry Moore, J.L. Pigford, H.L. Peterson, J. F. Pridgen,
W.T. Stringfield, W.F. Brown, G.F. D – l - - se (Deluise?), W.R. Garriss
Missing:  Sgt. D.P. Stringfield, Corp. D. J. Stringfield, Ptes. C.(?) M. Taylor, G.A. Hariss

Company F, from Richmond County
Killed:  Ptes. A.J. Clark, A.B. McLauchlin, Alex Jones
Wounded:  Corp. M. Calhoun, N. Brown, William Buchanen, H.P. Graham, John A.
Henderson, A.H. McNeill(?), H.L. Patterson, A.W. Roper, A.A. Huckabee, John M.
McLauchlin, John F. McLean, W.H. McNeill, Samuel Wright
Missing:  Corps. John F. McNair(?), N. McN Smith, H.C. Calhoun, John Hughes, M.
McCormick, D. McKinnen, A.L. McRae, L.C Palma(?), D.M. Gibson, John G. Martin,
M. McDuff, W.H. Murphy, W.H. Nelson, E. Norton, C.N. Tintower(?), William Wallace

Company G, New Hanover Light Infantry
Killed:  Pte. Sam D - - r
Wounded:  Corp. S.J. King, J.B. Morrison, T.F. Mills
Missing:  Corp. C. F - - nner, J.M.K. W - - ted, (first name illegible) Mills, Ellis Bright

Company H, Columbus County
Wounded:  Corp. G.R. Polly(?) Kelly(?), Melvin Hinson(?), Pte. Bryant A. Young(?),
A.M. Watkins, John J. Edwards, L.(?) Newman, William Lemore Frisk(?), W.M. Harper(?),
Henry B - - - - - - , William J. Hinson, John J. Siddett(?), John W. Telder(?)
Missing:  Corp. Major(?) McKee, Daniel Sutherland, Joseph Fisher, John Proctor(?)

Company I, New Hanover—None

Company K, Bladen
Killed:  1st Sgt. A. Rinaldi, 1st Corp. J.N. A - - - ers, Ptes. C.W. Bryan, A. King
Wounded:  S.B. P - - - - , W.E. Atkinson, A.S. Wells, J. Crommaire(?)
Missing:  C. Swindell, J. McKetchen(?), C. (last name illegible), Lewis Farr(?), Corp.
W.J. Maltsby(?), T.F. Bridgen, Henry McA- - ,  J.R. Dinnan(?), W.S. McDuffie, James
Davis, D. Ferguson, W.J. McMilan, W.H. Si - - - , M.V. Sutton

The above includes all the missing up to this date, June 3.  Many missing on the day
of battle have come in.  Those reported wounded and left on the field were for the most
part carried to the field hospital which afterwards fell into the hands of the enemy.  We
had no ambulances and no means of bringing them off.  There can be no doubt some
of those left on the field are dead.  It is possible some of the missing may come in—
some of them are doubtless wounded—the most of them prisoners.

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Recommended Reading: Battle of Hanover Court House: Turning Point of the Peninsula Campaign, May 27, 1862 (Hardcover). Product Description: Researched from official reports as well as contemporary accounts, this is the first detailed look at the battle most widely known as Hanover Court House and Slash Church. The opening chapters set the stage for this crucial battle and outline the events that led up to May 27, 1862, and the high tide of the Peninsula Campaign. Continued below...

The book’s main focus is the series of battles that took place between the forces of Union V Corps commander Fitz John Porter and Confederate general Lawrence O’Bryan Branch. Photographs of the battle's central participants are included, along with appendices featuring the official reports of commanders and lists of casualties from both sides.

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