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5th NC Casualty List-Near Bristoe Station
Confederate States Army Casualties: Lists & Narrative Reports M836-5
National Archives & Records Administration
Abstracted by Billy Markland


List of Casualties in 5th N.C.T. during the engagement of Sunday 11thOct 1863



Company Rank Name Nature of Wound
E Pvt. Bassinger, Jas. I. Wounded in right thigh-severely
K Pvt. Bastian, Andrew Wounded in hand-slightly
H 2nd Lt. Cowper, B.J. Wounded through left foot-severely
D 2nd Lt. Duguid, E.M. Wounded through left ankle
E Pvt. Ellis, Thos. H. Killed on field
D Pvt. Horseus, Jas. G. Wounded through right arm
D Pvt. Johnston, C.W. Killed on field
A Sergt. Monk, Jas. W. Wounded in right thigh
D Corpl. Morse, R.H. Wounded in right knee
H Pvt. Powlis, Leon Wounded in knee
J Sergt. Quarles, Jno. C. Wounded through thigh-severely
F 1st Lt. Riddick, Chas. E.C. Wounded through left cheek
F Pvt. Ritchie, Pleasant Wounded in head-severely
J Pvt. Varner?, Gensley Wounded in ankle-slightly
J Pvt. Varner?, James Wounded through thigh-severely
D Pvt. Westbrook, G.H. Wounded in right thigh-slight


Recapitalization

  Officers Enlisted Men
Killed None 2
Wounded 3 11

Total 16


John W. Lea Lt. Col. Comdg. Regt.