PA Civil War Era Newspaper Transcription
Philadelphia Inquirer - May 10, 1862
Killed and Wounded at the Battle at Williamsburg
The following is a further list of Pennsylvania soldiers killed and wounded at Williamsburg:
One Hundred and Second 102nd Pennsylvania Volunteers
Privates Chas. Leonard, serously wounded; William Black, wounded.
Privates Daniel Miller, wounded; R. H. Nathl., seriously wounded; Adam Byerly, wounded; James McCord, serious; tThomas Wills, wounded; Corporal John D. Hughes, wounded; Lieutenant William W. Fullword, wounded.
Privates Abraham L. Patterson, wounded; Chas. H. Fullwood, wounded.
Corporal John Keifer, killed.
Privates Owen Owens, killed; Andrew Leech, killed.
Privates W. H. Byers, wounded in the leg; J.J. Barns, wounded.
Private John Simpson, wounded
Orderly Sergeant Jacob Drum, wounded; Corporal W. D. Peterson, wounded; Privates J. P. Harper, wounded; Chas. Coward, very severly.
Private Michael Haney, badly; private Henry F. Cook, wounded; private Charles F. Clifford, wounded.
Privates John Shork, wounded; private Michael Nevin, wounded: private William Weter, wounded: private John Risley, wounded; Corporal D. W. Groves, wounded; private M. Nagle, left hip
Private John Kinney, wounded: private Joseph Miller, wounded: private John Barker, wounded: private William Mthgan, wounded: private William A. Richmond, wounded: private Thomas
sPerry, wounded: private Joseph Miller, arm; private John Kimmure, nose,; private William Mulligan, thigh.
Corporal D. G. Douthit, wounded: private John Davis, wounded.
Orderly Sergeant Thomas McLaughlin, slightly; private Henry Jeremy, wounded: private James Mclaughlin, slightly
Private Charles Leonard, arm.
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