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Return of casualties at the Battle of Stono Ferry, South Carolina
Hyrne, Edmund
June 21, 1779
Volume 15, Page 751

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RETURN OF THE KILLED, WOUNDED AND MISSING IN THE ACTION OF STONE FERRY, 20TH JUNE, 1779.

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KILLED. WOUNDED.
Sergeants. Rank and File Total. Colonels. Lt. Colonels. Majors. Captains. Subalterns. Sergeants. Rank and file Total. Missing rank & File.
1st Batt. Lt. Infantry 5 5 9 9 14
2nd Batt. Lt. Infantry 3 3 1 2 8 11 14
So. Carolina Conl. Brigade 5 5 2 3 1 19 25 7 37
No. Carolina Conl. Brigade 10 10 1 1 1 1 2 26 32 42
No. Carolina Militia 2 2 2 1 5 17 25 27
So. Carolina Militia 1 1 3 3 6 2 9
Artillery 3 3 1 1 5 7 10
Militia—Lt. Horse 1 1 1 1 2
Total 1 29 30 2 1 1 7 12 6 87 116 9 155

NAMES OF WOUNDED OFFICERS:

Capt. Hext.

2nd Battalion Lieut. Irby,

Light Infantry Lieut. Smith.

South Carolina Capt. Dogget (since dead)

Continental Capt. Goodwin

Brigade Lieut. Fishburn

Lieuts. Hamilton, Pollard.

North Carolina Colo. Armstrong (Slightly)

Continental Colo. Lyttle (Slightly)

Brigade Major Dixon,

Capt. Rhodes (Slightly)

Lieut. Charlton (Since dead).

Lieut. Campbell.

North Carolina

Militia, Capt. Speed; Capt. Complin; Lieut. Jones.

South Carolina Militia

& State troops: Lieuts. Deal, Brown, Prince.

Artillery: Col. Roberts (since dead); Capt. Mitchell.

Militia-Horse: Lieut. Davie: Colo. Laumoy, Engineer (Slightly).

Volunteers: Mr. Whiting (Slightly); Mr. Ancrum (Dangerously)

EDMUND HYRNE, Dept. Adjt. Genl., Sou'n. Depart't.

June 21st, 1779.