reference to individual cases of prowess, I cannot refrain from making honorable mention of the names of Sergt. W. J. Garrett, of Company M, Corpl. J. C. Camp, of Company H, and Private W. L. Morehead, of Company G.
I subjoin a list of the killed, wounded, and missing on both these occasions:*
Killed. Wounded. Missing.
Officers - 6 -
Privates 4 38 15
Total. 4 44 15
WM. J. MAGILL,
Captain CHARLES C. HARDWICK, A. A. A. G., First Brigade.
Numbers 281. Report of Captain George H. Carmical,
Seventh Georgia Infantry, of the action at Garnett's and Golding's Farms, engagement at Peach Orchard, or Allen's Farm, and battle of Malvern Hill.
CAMP SEVENTH REGIMENT GEORGIA VOLUNTEERS,
July -, 1862.
I desire to call your attention to the brave and heroic conduct of Sergt. T. A. Aderhold, of Company I, Seventh Regiment Georgia Volunteers, who after the colors had been twice shot down sprang forward, and grasping the staff amid a storm of grape and canister, shouted to his comrades to rally around their common standard, and did not quit the colors until he had received a frightful wound and was obliged to turn them over to one more fortunate.
GEO. H. CARMICAL,
Captain, Commanding Regiment.
Captain CHARLES C. HARDWICK, A. A. A. G.
Return of casualties in the Seventh Regiment Georgia Infantry, June 27-July 1, 1862.
[Compiled from nominal lists of casualties, returns, &c.]
Killed. Wounded. Captain or missing.
Offic Enlis Offic Enlis Offic Enlis Aggr
ers. ted ers. ted ers. ted egat
men. men. men. e.
June 27 - 7 - 7 - - 14
June 28 - 5 4 55 - - 64
June 29 - - 1 4 - - 5
July 1 1 4 6 42 - 4 57
Total 1 16 11 108 - 4 140
REMARKS ON NOMINAL LISTS.-On the 27th June, while supporting Brown's battery, the regiment lost 7 men killed and 7 wounded.