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List of American officers casualties in the Battle of Eutaw Springs, South Carolina
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1781
Volume 15, Page 638

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NAMES OF THE OFFICERS WHO WERE KILLED AND WOUNDED IN THE ACTION OF THE EUTAW SPRINGS, SEPTEMBER 8TH, 1781.
NORTH CAROLINA BRIGADE.
Killed.
Captns. Goodman,
Goodwin,
Lieuts. Porterfield,
Dillain.
Wounded.
Captns. Hadley,
Lieuts. Dixon,
Andrews,
Dudley,
Ens. Moore,
Lamb.
VIRGINIA BRIGADE.
Killed.
Lt. Col. Cambell,
Capt. Oldham,
Lt. Wilson.
Wounded.
Capt. Esmonds,
Morgan,
Lt. Miller,
Jewett.
MARYLAND BRIGADE.
Killed.
Capt. Dobson,
Edgely,
Lt. Dowall (?)
Gould.
Wounded.
Lt. Col. Howard,
Capt. Gibson,
Capt. Hugo,
Lt. Evans,
Woodfort,
Lynne,
Ens. Moore.
DELAWARE BATTALION.
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ARTILLERY.
Wounded.
Capt. Lt. Tynne,
Lt. Carson,
Drue,
McGuire.
LT. COL. WASHINGTON'S CAVALRY.
Lt.Col. Washington prisoner of war
Wounded.
Capt. Watts,
Lt. Gordon,
Simmons,
Kine,
Stuart.
W. Carlisle a volunteer killed.
LEGION INFANTRY.
Wounded.
Lieut. Manning,
Mr. Carrington, volunteer.
SOUTH CAROLINA STATE TROOPS.
Killed.
Lt. Major Rutherford,
Lt. Polk,
Adjt. Lusk.
Wounded.
Lt. Col. Henderson,
Middleton,
Capt. Moore,
Giles,
Martin,
Cowan,
Lt. Eakins,
Culpepper,
Hammonds,
Spragins.
SOUTH CAROLINA MILITIA.
Killed.
Lt. Holmes,
Simmons.
Wounded.
Brig. Gen. Pickens,
Lt. Col. Howe,
Capt. Gee,
Pegee,
Lt. Bonee.