Alexandria Gazette, Volume 63, Number 149, 12 June 1862
Alexandrians Killed and Wounded
The Seventeeth Virginia Regiment sustained severe losses in the battles near Richmond, on the 31st of May and 1st of June. We give below a list of such casualties as are published in Richmond papers of the 6th inst:
KILLED — Sergeant Major Francis.
Old Dominion Rifles – Wm. Lunt, shot in breast; Monroe Whittington, shot in head; J.H. Higdon and John Murray.
Mt. Vernon Guards – James Molair.
Emmett Guards – Lt. Wm. Gray.
Major Arthur Herbert, shot in the foot.
Old Dominion Rifles – Capt. W.H. Fowle, jr., arm amputated; Lieut. Thomas Fitzhugh, arm amputated; James Godwin, in foot; Jonah W. Baldwin, thigh fractured; Edwin Baldwin, in head slightly; Wm. J. Hall, in head slightly; Robert Young, in right arm slightly; F. August Calmus, slightly; E.W. Burgess; Hallie Appich, in head slightly.
Alexandria Rifles — Color Sergeant William T. Morrell, wounded in arm, side and foot — foot amputated; W.E.H. Clagett, in shoulder, seriously; Richard W. Avery, in top of head; A Carlisle Fairfax, in thigh.
Mt. Vernon Guards — R.H. Roland, seriously; Albert Hicks and ________ Gerecke.
Emmett Guards — Lieut. Adie; Patrick H. Suddoth, Company D.
Loudoun Guards — Chas. Fadley, in arm; C.H. Bradfield.
Other Companies — Thos. W. Lynn, Robert Steele, James M. Jenkins, D.M. Wallace, G.F. Jenkins, J.W. Cromwell.
Col. Wm. Smith, of the 49th Virginia, was wounded slightly, and Lieut. Col. Gibson, of the same regiment, badly.
Most of the wounded Alexandrians are represented to be at Chew’s Factory Hospital, Richmond. The Enquirer says; “The building is spacious and airy, and admirably kept. The patients are clean and comfortable, and have every want attended to. A large number of ladies were yesterday in attendance, ministering to the stricken sufferers as only a woman can.”