Fort Donelson, TN February 1862
From the report of Major W. L. Doss. Printed in
Official Reports of Battles published in 1864, pages 157 - 159. Report can
be viewed as part of the Making of America project at the following web:
KILLED, WOUNDED AND MISSING OF THE FOURTEENTH MISSISSIPPI REGIMENT
A. Miller, G. J. Everett, J. P. Watts, G. M. Hill, Wm. Rogers.
Co. B—Wounded—H. S.
Jack, C. C. McCracken.
Co. C—Killed.—J. J.
Clark, J. G. Watt, G. T. James, R. M. Bell. Wounded—J. E. Davis, J. F.
Merchant, J. H. Montgomery, W. H. Petty, Lieut. F. Duquereron, L. L. Cooper, W.
H. Peebles, W. H. Hogan, Joe White, T. T. Wetherly, Willis Cooke, Wm. H. Pierce,
Corporal McNatt, J. W. Hardy.
Carter. Wounded—N. Harris, Lieut. Wm. M. McGowen, T. King, C. Hodgers,
J. Carter, C. D. Brashier, R. Herring.
F. M. Rogers, Private Elliott. Wounded—Sergeant J. G. Crump, Sergeant
Nabers, Privates Clarke, Nash, Nash, Hamack, Bickerstaff, Simms, Green.
Truman, N. B. Holmes. Wounded.—Lieut. Stephens, Private S. Boggett, J.
G. Moore, J. P. Webb, N. Moore, Tom Moore, Tom Crow, Joe Ingram, James La, John
Woodall, John Kirkpatrick. Three missing, names not given.
Murphy, Sergent J. L. Perkins. Wounded—Capt. J. L. Craigler, J. S.
Tucker, T. Donoho, J. T. Peters, J. E. Reeves, A. J. Rolling, J. M. Rollins, P.
W. Selby, B. L. Smith, James Stallings, W. H. Ward.
B. F. Bearman, Private McInis. Wounded—Washington Jones, J. N.
Alexander, W. T. Fisher, R. L. Hill, James Horden, J. D. Addy, R. L. Mayes,
Corporatl Barnes, Jos. Fairchild, G. M. Marcy, Capt. S. J. Gohlson. Missing—Robt.
West, Wm. West, H. Coats, Wm. McDowell.
Co. I—Killed—J. J.
Johnson, J. L. Sadler, Patrick Barrow. Wounded—James Brock, James West,
W. L. Stewart, W. Kendal, W. Moss, J. T. Johnson, Joel Butler, William Beales,
Co. K—Killed—J. F.
Williams. Wounded—H. C. Howard, A. Kirk, --Sappington, --Witherspoon,
--McCowan, R. Reagh. Missing—Buckingham.
17; wounded, 84; missing, 9.
Major commanding 14th
regiment Mississippi Vols.