The steamer D. A. January arrived at St. Louis, from the Upper Tennessee, last Wednesday. She brought a large number of sick and wounded soldiers to Jefferson Barracks Hospital. The flowing Iowa names appear among them:
James Taylor, Co. C, 2d Cavalry; Wm. H. Reckord, and James Flanagan, Co. I, 8th Infantry. These are from Scott county.
John L. Brush and Wm. F. Bullock, Co. B, 2d cavalry; James Slaughter, Co. D, do; L. J. Parks, Wm. H. Bulla, Samuel Craig, C. E. Biggs and James Faught, Co. F, do; J. T. Haight, Anderson Hersley and E. H. Evans, Co G., do.; Derwin Downer, Co. K, do.
Charles W. Adell, Co. D. 3d infantry; Luther B. Converse, C. M. Townsend; George Eberhart and C. H. Talmage, Co. I, do.
Daniel E. Follitt, Co. H, 8th Infantry; Moses Conklin, Wm. Lewis, and Henry Applegate Co., I, do.
Martin Poling, James F. Little, M. P. Myers, and Wm. H. Cooper, Co. B, 13th Infantry; Sam. F. Hill, Co. E, do.
Calvin Loid, Co. B, 15th; Wm. Phrekla, Co. C, do.
James Casley, Co. B. 17th; Benj. Stephenson, Co. I, do.
– Published in The Davenport Daily Gazette, Davenport, Iowa, Monday Morning, May 19, 1862, p. 1