The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 67, July 1963 - April, 1964 Page: 246
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
rell, leg amputated, doing well October 16; Levi McClure (McLure),
arm wound; Solomon West, fracture of thigh, dangerous.
Roundtree's Texas Cavalry Battalion
Company G: Wounded: Private A. Goodman, slight leg wound.
Company I: Killed: Lieutenant W. F. Spivey; Wounded: Pri-
vate J. Valentine, slight leg wound.
Company K: Killed: Private J. W. Smith.
13gth (Waller's) Texas Cavalry Battalion
Major Hannibal H. Boone, commanding, right arm amputated at
elbow joint, two fingers and thumb amputated, doing well October
Sergeant L. M. Lacy, slight thigh wound.
12th (Clack's) Louisiana Infantry Battalion
(Confederate Guards, Response Battalion)
Company A: Killed: Private Evarista Rachel; Wounded: Ser-
geant C. J. Downing, slight wound in chest; Corporal John Carno-
chal, slight chest wound.
Company B: Wounded: Lieutenant John M. Bonner, wounded
in elbow, dangerous; Sergeant A. Ambruster, severe chest wound; Pri-
vate E. F. Hudnell, slight neck wound.
Company E: Wounded: Sergeant John P. Smith, wound in el-
bow, dangerous, doing well October i3.
Company F: Wounded: Privates C. V. Matterne, slight wound in
chest; Chas. Kittrell, wound in chest, very dangerous.
28th (Gray's) Louisiana Infantry Regiment
Private George W. Warren, severe wound in throat.
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