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From the Richmond Enquirer, 6/10/1862

LIST OF CASUALTIES
IN THE
BATTLES BELOW RICHMOND
Saturday, May 31, and June 1, 1862.

We continue this morning the publication of the list of casualties in the recent battles near Richmond:

BIRD ISLAND HOSPITAL - SOUTHERN EXTREMITY OF NINTH STREET.
[following list of 133 casualties not transcribed]

SECOND GEORGIA HOSPITAL - TWENTIETH BETWEEN MAIN AND FRANKLIN STREETS.
[following list of 76 casualties not transcribed]

2nd ALABAMA, CORNER OF 25th AND FRANKLIN.
J D Golden, 10th Regiment, Company E
R H Adams, 5th, D
Pat Ward,* 5th, A
H Cox, 5th, A
O Masters, 4th, B, left leg and right arm amputated.
W P Brooks, 3rd, A.
A McAllister, 6th, F.
P F Thomas, 6th, A

GEORGIA.
A A Bell, 35th Regiment Company G.

*All except this patient have been removed to private residences.
[total - 9 casualties]

GREANOR'S HOSPITAL, 22nd, BETWEEN MAIN AND FRANKLIN STREETS.

VIRGINIA.
F A Hanback, 49th Regiment, Company F.
C Digges, 17th, K.
J E Fisher, 17th, K.
W Foster, 17th, K.

NORTH CAROLINA.
B Smith, 5th Regiment, Company B.

MISSISSIPPI.
Corporal S D Robertson, 12th Regiment, Company F, sent to Danville.

[total - 6 casualties]

THIRD GEORGIA HOSPITAL.
Corner 24th and Franklin Streets.
[following list of 57 casualties not transcribed]

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