Houston Home Journal, Thursday, June 4,1891 :
"A list of the casualties that befell members of the Houston County Volunteers during the war between the state was handed to us last Monday. The list is in the handwriting of the late Dr. M. S. Jobson, of Perry, and was found among a lot of old papers. The time covered is from July, 1862, to September 30th, 1864. Twelve battles are mentioned, and the list of killed and wounded embraces 45 persons, two of whom were wounded twice. This piece of war history is published below, showing where, when and how the soldiers were wounded, or killed.
Malvern Hill, July 1862:
George Fudge, left hand, 1st, 2d and 4th fingers shot off.
2d Manassas, August 1862:
Private Alfred T. Nelson killed on field, minnie ball through head and two through thigh.
Seaborn Jackson killed on field, minnie ball through hear (sp?).
James Davis, killed on field, minnie ball through head.
John Bird, minnie ball through right leg above knee.
George Bird, minnie ball through arm.
Thomas B. Chauncey, minnie ball in right shoulder.
Cullen T. Lane, minnie ball in left thigh.
Charles M. Wheeler, minnie ball in thigh.
John S. Talley, minnie ball in right thigh, amputated.
John Hendricks, minnie ball through thigh.
John A. White, piece spent shell on hip,slight.
James Story, piece spent shell on left side, slight.
William Barker, right little finger shot off.
F. M. Walker, left ankle, piece shell.
Capt. R. R. Fudge, 2 minnie balls through left arm.
Lt. J. P. Belvin, piece shell on right ankle.
Private John H. Peddy, minnie ball in abdomen in the entrenchments in front of Suffolk, April 22d, 1863, mortal, died April 23d, 1863.
Gettysburg, July 2d, 1863:
Lt. W. H. Baskin, killed on the field, 3 minnie balls through breast.
Augustus Walton, killed on field, minnie ball through head.
Sgt. Joel T. Walker, spent ball, thigh, slight.
Private F. M. Walker, minnie ball through right leg, severe.
Private M. S. Jobson minnie ball through left and in right leg, just above knee.
Funkstown, July 1863:
M. V. Avera. minnie ball in right elbow, severe.
Knoxville. November 1863:
Thomas C. Whitehurst left thigh, minnie ball.
Private Howell Ammons, right thigh, minnie ball.
Wilderness, May 6th. 1864:
George Bird, minnie ball through right thigh.
T. M. Burgay 3d finger of left hand shot off.
M. M. Mashburne left hand, minnie ball, slight.
Sgt. John Nelson, head by grape shot.
John Everett, head by grape shot.
Ferdinand King, left arm and side, piece of shell.
Ball White, left hand, slight.
Cold Harbor, June 1st. 1864:
Charles King, left shoulder, minnie ball, severe.
Joseph Butler, right arm, minnie ball, severe.
Green Roberts, left arm. minnie ball, slight.
June 3d, Near Foster's Farm:
Young Johnson, minnie ball under left knee cap, amputated.
Petersburg, June 22d, 1864:
John T. Leverett, minnie ball, right hand.
Near Holly Springs, August 24th, 1864:
W. R. Story, minnie ball, through head, killed.
Fuzzle's Mill, August 16th, 1864:
John T. Leverett, left shoulder, minnie ball, slight.
Lt. H. W. Mann, left shoulder, minnie ball, slight.
Fort Harrison, September 30th, 1864:
Sgt. R. R. King, minnie ball through right thigh.
Sgt. John Nelson, right thigh, minnie ball.
Cpl. Thomas N. White, face, minnie ball, severe.
William Dollar, left side and shoulder, pieces of shell.
A. Corder, right leg, piece of shell.
E. Richardson, leg, piece shell.
Capt. Robert R. Fudge, killed on field, minnie ball through breast."
The above taken from : Houston County, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings, Vol 2 1884-1891, by Tad Evans, pp 377-379.
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