Davenport Daily Gazette
April 16, 1862
The following are additional to the names already published of killed and
wounded Iowa soldiers at the battle of Pittsburg:
11 Regiment-Co. A. -Wm FIELDING, John JODYKE and George CALLENDER, of
Muscatine county. Co. H-Henry ADY, Atalissa. Co. J-George DANIELS. Co.
B-Lieut E. D. DUNCAN, Jasper co. Co F-Lieut WATSON.
8th Regiment-Co H-J. T. LYON.
11th Regiment-Col A. M. HARE, Muscatine; Lt Col Wm. HALL, Davenport; Mjor
ABERCROMBIE, Burlington; Lt. MOSS, Co. F.
13th Regiment-Major SHANE, Benton Co; Adj HAHN.
On Steamer Louisiana, Bound for St. Louis
3d Regiment-Co. A-Patrick LARKIN,--Newson. Co. D-b. HOBSON.
12th Regiment-Co. E-Jacob HOWREY.
Co. F-Samuel WETHERBY, C. L. Johnson.
At Mound City Hospital
2d Regiment-Co. A-W. H. ROBINSON, Co. E-B. ROSS, John DUNCAN, CO. G-H. D.
St. JOHN. Co. I-Fred FILLEY.
3d Regiment-Co. E-W. C. CHAMBERS.
6th Regiment-Co. A-M. HOWE. Co. E-Solomon KELLOGG, Thos. B. BAKER, Co. H-a.
8th Regiment-Co. A-John DOUGAL, Bo. B-J. N. GARDNER, W. JAYNE. Co. H-J.
11th Regiment-Co. C-G. W. SIMMONS, Wilson SIMMONS.
12th Regiment-Co. G-Ole OLESON.
13th Regiment-Co. C-J. DEBAULT, Co. E-E. CLARK, Co. G-Lieut D. R. SHERMAN.
Co. H-Lieut E. SHURTZ.
14th Regiment-Co. E-Jno L. MILTON.
15th Regiment-Co. J-D. BURCKLEY.
16th Regiment-Co. G-Patk. BOYLE.
The Des Moines Register says that fourteen men of the 4th Infantry, wounded
at the battle of Pea Ridge have died since the battle.
Captain Granville Berkley of company F, 2d Iowa Cavalry, was mustered out
of the service on March 29th.
Samuel M. Wise, a Captain in the Iowa First Infantry, has been commissioned
Maj. Of the 17th Regiment , Col. Rankin.
The 17th regiment has been formally accepted by the War Department. It has
900 men now in camp at Keokuk, and 200 more are on the way there.
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