Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Capt. Stuhr’s Company

A private letter received in town from a member of Co. B. 16th regiment, says that Lt. Bunte, of that company, {Capt. Stuhr’s,} is wounded in the mouth, and Sergent Lehman in the leg. There are about twenty others wounded though none dangerously. There are none killed, and we suppose none prisoners, as the latter is silent on that point.

– Published in the Davenport Daily Gazette, Davenport, Iowa, Friday April 18, 1862

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