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"The Siege of Fort
Donelson - Killed and Wounded"
Published in the New York Times, March 3, 1862
Joseph Crockett, Co. K,
left arm; R.Parsons and N.S. Moreland, Co. D, arm; Ira Thomas, Co. B,
arm severely; Jacob B. Jordan, shoulder; Solomon tucker, Co. H. face
Wm. Holderbaum C. E, on
thigh; A Gough, Co. E, on side; Jacob Deetor, shoulder; Lewis A.
Mosley, Co. I, in hip; Henry B. Lamb, Co. B, in hip; Jacob Lulacy, Co.
C, finger shot off; F. W. Stein, Co. C, in thigh; James A. Baker, Co.
K, in the hand; David Hunker, Co. A. finger shot off.
The Chaplain of the
fifty-second Indiana furnishes the following list of causalities in
Company A - Charles
Gooter, wounded in thigh; O. Agin, wounded in breast, severely died on
Tuesday; Wm. Harris, arm broken; S. R. Dakin, wounded slightly; George
Langtree, wounded slightly; C. Haycock, wounded slightly.
Company B - Joseph Ragan,
killed W. H. O’Donnell, two fore fingers of left hand shot off; P. P.
Huff, Corporal, one fore finger shot off; Adam Keuns, wounded slightly
in knee: James Davis, wounded slightly ; James Antrim, wounded
slightly, James Alexander, wounded slightly in thigh; John Mulholland,
wounded In leg, dangerously.
Company C - W. T. Edwards,
two fingers off left hand; Thomas Cox, wounded In thigh; Alex,
Edwards, slightly wounded; L Francis, slightly wounded; J. L. Fisher,
Company D - J. McElroy,
wounded In thigh slightly; Thos. Dowdell wounded In neck,
slightly, W. H. Cox, wounded in left breast, slightly; Wm.
Hersely, wounded in right arm, slightly; Joseph Rigsby, wounded in
left thigh, slightly; Jas. Sexton, killed; T. C. Hawkins, slightly
wounded in left breast; F. M. Walson, slightly wounded in left leg;
Thomas Huston slightly wounded in left breast; Otto Berens, slightly
wounded in groin; Lieut. W. W. Raymond, slightly wounded in left
breast by shell
Company E - Th. Singleton,
wounded In the toe slightly; D.J. Temple, Ordnance Sergeant, wounded
In left thigh, severe; Anderson Cox, wounded in right arm, severely;
David Cox, wounded in elbow, slightly; E. Franklin, wounded slightly;
E. Parker, slightly wounded In left breast; S. Ballard, slightly
wounded in left arm; J. H. Fisher, slightly wounded In left foot;
Lewis Chapman, slightly wounded; John Hufungal, slightly wounded in
Company F. - O. M. Ryan
wounded In the month; H. Russell, wounded In the left thigh; B. K
Logan wounded in the left side; W. O. Johnson, wounded in left thigh;
John Hogeland, wounded in hip, slightly.
Company G - Samuel
Shephard, wounded in right knee; J. N. Keithler, wounded In the thigh
slightly; Enoch G. Stewart, wounded badly In left side.
Company H - H. Horning,
slightly wounded in shoulder; H. Heide, slightly wounded In shoulder;
Isaac Dawson, two fingers of left hand off; Sergeant M. L. Barbee,
slightly wounded in shoulder; Samuel Day, wounded in left hand; V. B.
A. Kiger, wounded in shoulder.
Company I - Wm. C. Lord,
severely wounded in knee; James Tinnuty, died day after battle; John
Daily, wounded in thigh; Henry Weant, wounded in right arm; John
Callahan, wounded in shoulder; D.W. St. John, wounded In shoulder;
J.P. Lonugan, thigh bruised.
Company K - Jas. A. Baker,
shot through left hand; Clifford Newkirk, flesh wound; J. McToney,
slightly wounded in the hip.
The following is the
official list of the killed and wounded In the Twenty-fifth Indiana
Regiment, at Fort Donelson:
Company A - Capt.
Saltzman, from Posey County Killed - Corporal John A. Hugo, Private
Michael Chaney, Wounded - Sergeants James McCauley and Robert Clark,
Corporal Wm. F. Dickson, Privates Isaac Brenton, Daniel W.
Brown, Daniel Dermit, David R. Downin, Matthew Harris, Dennis
Kelly, Stanislaus Perzklewich, John O’Brien, Levy Thrailkill, Franklin
White, John Given, George Perewit.
Company B - Capt.
John Rhylander, from Vanderburgh County. Killed - Privates Henry
Plouch, Jacob Hago (or Hoge), Caspar Groub, Wm. Stalling, Peter
Kappert. Wounded - Sergeants Wm. Smith, Wm. Taylor, Andrew Smith,
Corporal Levy Coffman; Privates Henry Kissinger, Casper Morris, Casper
Sterener Valentine Suta, H. S. Barnett, Julius Fisher, Christian
Weismeier, Ludwig Nebber, John L Tatzer, Jacob Weller, Henry Bergman,
Company C - Capt.
Hastings, from Vanderburgh County. Killed - Private Wm. Smith, Wounded
- Sergeant James Glover; Corporals George B. Green, Wm. Huppert;
Privates Wm. Witcher, Martin Olmer, John. M. Rumsey, Henry
Mercer, Henry Glowig.
Company D - ( Finch's Co.
) - Lieut. Verhaeff commanding, from Spencer County. Wounded -
Corporal Wm. H. Wheatstone; privates Charles H. Carnathan,
Joseph Krouse, John B. Johnson, Burleigh Jones, Adolph Smidley.
Company E - (Formerly
Jones’ Co.) - Capt. Walker, from Spencer County. Killed - Privates
Martin Read, Wm. Kemmorer Wounded - Sergeant Henry E. Morris; Corporal
Wm. L. Wood; privates John Stratman, John Niblack, James Whitten, D.B.
Lusk, S. B. Carlton, John Hilimas, Frank Cinchall.
Company F- (Capt.
Larkln’s) - Lieut. Shannon commanding from Posey County. Wounded -
Sergeant John Oaks; Corporal Strabb Carr; privates Joseph Reeves,
Henry Bryant, Montgomery Strand, Fred Banzer, Andrew Kusper, Wm.
Moore, Larance Aidridge.
Company G - Capt. Poole,
of Jackson County Killed - Sergeant Mitchell Clark. Wounded - Sergeant
Jacob L. Hinkle; Corporal Geo. W. Murphy privates R. S. Jones,
Wm. Cummings, W. H. McGowan, S. R. King, S. R Williamson, G. D.
Jermittan, W. EIkins, John Smith.
Company H - Capt. Darby of
Warrick County Killed - Privates Henry J. Wheatstone and J. C.
Sackwood, Wounded - Sergeant Spencer Webster; privates August
Krackhan, James H. Moore, Moses Ward, Carl Menda, (or Mender ) John
Company I - Capt.
Marks, of Warwick County Wounded - Sergeant Fox; privates M.
Blackford, C. W. Tomelson, James Chesser, J. (I.) Fitzgerald, W. H.
Winegate James Boyle.
Company K - Capt. Laird of
Spencer County. Killed - Private Charles Williams. Wounded - Capt.
Samuel Laird, in knee Sergeant William L. Partridge, Corporal G. W.
Fallen; privates W. W. Gray, John Borer, Justin Vanegart, Daniel
Knowlton, Geo.Osborn, E. D. Cosgrove, Tobias Sipps, Valentine
Heintzelman, H. C. Small, H. Deshler,J. N. (or I. N.)Kirkland,
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