List of the Wounded

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List of the Wounded


The 14th Brooklyn Regiment


An account of the 14th Regiment's list of killed and wounded from the 2nd Battle of Bull Run. Describing the unit's return to Upton's Hill and the hospitals taking care of the wounded.


The Brooklyn Daily Eagle


September 6, 1862


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The Wounded in the 14th Regiment,

LIST OF THE KILLED. Washington, Sept. 3, 1862.

To the Editor of the Brooklyn Eagle : Dr. Farley has been released, and he returned to his regiment, also Naylor, Blackwood, Coleman, Cassidy, Boyle, Marshall, Wolencroft, and Balentine. McLeer is doing well, Grunaman is badly wounded, Lieut. Tobey is doing well, his brother is badly wounded in the leg, Sisson is also badly wounded in the leg, Corlees is doing well, Mathews lost a thumb and finger, Lieut - Ball sustained a bad flesh wound in the leg, Waters had a leg amputated, Cassidy, Co. I, is slightly wounded in the hand, T. C. Brown, W. C. Brown, Givney, Armstrong, Tompkins, Thet ford, Stevens, Tomkins, Joseph Thetford, Semonite, Woods, Monks, Eldred, Ivels and O'Con. nor are all slightly wounded. G, Mc Laughlin died yesterday from amputation of the leg.

Pereingman, Of.endale, O'Connor, Oolbrirfi, whose wounds are slight, have gone to Philadelphia. Leveiich, Co. F, had an arm shattered; Lieut. Redding is doing well. All these men I have seen personally; they are scattered all over the city and its outskirts. Many have not yet been found by me, they being in hospitals, fr0m Fairfax Court House to Alexandria. I oanno1 find Steen, who is here wounded, also Crockers.

The Hospitals are all in the very best condition, well warmed within, with nurses and surgeons, and supplied with everything needed" The Brooklyn doctors left this a. m. for the battlefield under a flag of truce. Our army is now surrounding Washington. The 15th is in its old camp at Upton's Hill. The donation of the 3rd Ward for our soldiers here wa3 very opportune I am usiDg it for them, to the great joy of the wounded, most of whom were stripped of all they bad.

It is impossible to answer letters and telegrams, for the reason that very many of the men have not come to Washington, but are in hospitals scattered over the river. I have sent to the Regimental Officers for fall particulars of casualties.

Yours, in great haste, Moses F. Odell.

P. S. Captain Baldwin was not killed, I am credibly informed by several parties.



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