War of the Rebellion: Serial 029 Page 0979 Chapter XXXII. WHEELER'S RAID,ETC.

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Tenth Regiment of Cavalry (dismounted):

Private Alexander Cook, Co. A.

Private F. M. Rodgers, Co. B.

Sergt. J. T. McGee, Co. C.

Sergt. A. Sims, Co. D.

Private James Terry, Co. E.

Private W. W. Corley, Co. F.

Private Stokely Hutchins, Co. G.

Private J. O. Manning, Co. H.

Private Joel Reynolds, Co. I.

Private S. L. Birdwell, Co. K.

Fourteenth Regiment of Cavalry:

Private W. R. Strapp, Co. A.

Private Jordon Welcher, Co. B.

Private Thomas A. Latimer, Co. C.

Private William D. Melton,* Co. D.

Corpl. John H. Wyche, Co. E.

Private William Spencer, Co. F.

Private George P. Woodall, Co. G.

Private William Hull, Co. H.

Private Richard Stiles, Co. I.

Private J. V. Keil, Co. K.

Thirty-second Regiment of Cavalry (formerly Fifteenth):

Corpl. James A. Rogers,* Co. G.

Private James W. Clark,* Co. G.

First Sergt. S. L. Easley, Co. I.

Private E. Watson,, Co. I.

The other companies declined making selections.

Ninth [Fifth] Confederate Regiment:

Col. J. A. Smith, commanding.

Capt. Joseph H. Beard.

First Sergt. William Powers, Co. A.

First Sergt. John Price, Co. B.

Private Hugh McHugh, Co. C.

First Sergt. Walter Laracy, Co. D.

Private John Hogan, Co. E.

Private Curran Kenny, Co. F.

Private Luther Hessey, Co. G.

Sergt. A. P. Burns, Co. H.

Captain Douglas' battery:

Corpl. W. L. Waits.

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By order:

S. COOPER,

Adjutant and Inspector General.

JANUARY 8-14, 1863.-Wheeler's raid, including affairs at Mill Creek, Harpeth Shoals, and Ashland, Tenn.

LIST OF REPORTS.

No. 1.-Major General William S. Rosecrans, U. S. Army.

No. 2.-Chaplain Maxwell P. Gaddis, Second Ohio Infantry.

No. 3.-Surg. Luther D. Waterman, Thirty-ninth Indiana Infantry.

No. 4.-Brig. Gen. Robert B. Mitchell, U. S. Army.

No. 5.-General Braxton Bragg, C. S. Army.

No. 1. Report of Major General William S. Rosecrans, U. S. Army.

HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE CUMBERLAND, Murfreesborough, Tenn., February 15, 1863.

GENERAL; Supposing it well to furnish the Department evidence of the inhuman violations of the rules of civilized warfare by the rebel authorities, I inclose of the lists of our medical officers who were robbed of their private and personal property at the late battle, and statement of Chaplin Gaddis, who was on a hospital boat that was fired

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*Killed in action.

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