graph I, General Orders, Numbers 131, 1863. It will be read to every regiment in the service at the first dress-parade after its receipt.
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SECOND BATTLE OF MANASSAS.
Second Regiment Mississippi Infantry:
Private John C. Chrisman, Company A.
Private W. H. Davis,* Company B.
Corpl. C. S. Vinson,* Company C.
Sergt. C. C. Davis (color-bearer), Company D.
Private Thomas Woodard (killed at Suffolk, May 21, 1863), Company E.
Private J. L. Harbin,* Company F.
Sergt. J. F. Wray, Company G.
Private J. Westmoreland, Company H.
Private D. P. Suber,* Company I.
Private I. N. Aldridge, Company K.
Private James Middleton,* Company L.
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Adjutant and Inspector General.
Names of Officers killed or who died of wounds, not mentioned in the formal reports.+
4th Infantry.-Lieutenant D. C. Farris, killed August 29.
44th Infantry.-Capts. T. C. Daniel and William T. King, killed August 30.
47th Infantry.-Lieutenant William Grimmett, killed August 30.
48th Infantry.-Captain Moses Lee, killed August 30.
5th Infantry.-Lieutenant Colonel Henry B. Stone, died of wounds received August 9; Major Edward F. Blake, Lieuts. Henry M. Dutton and Heber S. Smith, killed August 9.
1st Infantry (Regulars).-Captain John G. Patton, Lieuts. H. J. Porter and Crawford Tucker, killed August 30.
7th Infantry.-Captain D. T. Peek and Lieutenant W. M. Delk, died of wounds received August 30; Lieutenant A. Y. White, killed August 30.
8th Infantry.-Capts. J. M. C. Hulsey and Jacob Phinizy, killed August 30.
11th Infantry.-Captain E. W. Jackson, Lieuts. George S. Burson and John B. Guerry, killed August 30.
12th Infantry.-Lieutenant John T. Chambliss, killed August 9.
14th Infantry.-Captain R. W. McMichael, killed August 29.
15th Infantry.-Lieuts. James M. Carson and J. L. Cumming, killed August 30.
*Killed in action.
+List of Confederates incomplete.