[see Laurel Hill]
THE NINETY-FIRST PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS--The following is a correct list of casualties in the Ninety-first Regiment Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers to May 30th, 1864. They crossed the Rapidan with three hundred muskets.KILLED.
Company K.--Michael Keane.WOUNDED.
Lieutenant-Colonel Joseph H. Sinex.
First Lieutenant Wm H Carpenter.
Second Lieutenant Howard W Shipley.
Company A.--Johnson Agnew, Jacob Browning, Jacob D Geisenhoffer, James Luffberry, Jones Urwiler, Samuel Peberdy, Wm B Warford, Albert J Quick, Jas McLoon, Charles J King, Eugene T Chermon, John A B Wallace, Marcus Ullman, John A Beaver.
Company D.--Sergt Wm H Chandler, Corp Wm V Stackhouse; Wm Adams, Edward Agnew, John Black, Joseph Donnelly, Thomas Flynn, Michael Gallagher, Wm O Harvey, Wm Krishner, John W Gehen, Richard McCarter, Joseph Reynolds, Robert R Stewart, George Sweed
Company E.--Corporal Samuel Burns, Wm Carney, Francis P Donahue, Chas Haughey, Jerome B Jacobs, John Keaver, Freemen Kneeder [sic], John Nutt, Robert Wooden, James Williams [perhaps Samuel Williams? not James Williams, who was discharged in 1862], Augustine C Montgomery.
Company F.--Harry H Zane.