NP, CM 5/8/1862

From the Charleston Mercury
May 8, 1862
The Accident to the 19th Regiment S. C. V.
   The Edgefield Advertiser says: Lieut. W. H. Timmerman, Co. K, 19th Regiment, S. C. V., furnishes us the following list of the killed and wounded of the 19th Regiment in the accident of the 24th ult., on the Mobile & Ohio Railroad, near Enterprise, Miss.:
   Company K -- Capt. W. Gregg, Jr.
   Killed -- 1st Serg't. J. B. Timmerman, 3d Serg't. Wilson Haney and Private John Brogden.
   Wounded seriously -- T. D. Padgett, John H. Gherkin, James Green, Sam. Simons, Felder Jackson, Geo. Overstreet, Wm. Wever, Wm. Glaze, C. T. Barton, Clifton Holiey. Slightly wounded -- Lt. W. H. Timmerman, Lieut. C. W. Randall, John Bushbee, John Piper, John Jackson, John Green, Henry Overstreet, Eldred Randall, Allen Yance, Henry Day, Albert Holley and Moses Harris.
   Company C -- Capt. John Quattlebaum
   Killed -- Milton Walker
   Wounded seriously -- John Miller, Wm. McManus, Alfred Hart. Some others slightly hurt, names not recollected.
   Company H -- Capt. H. R. Lites
   Killed -- James Bowick
   Seriously wounded -- Five or six; slightly, several -- names not known
   Company F -- Capt. Wm. Norris
   Slightly wounded -- A few, names unknown.
   The other companies were unhurt, so far as I know. The accident occurred about 10 o'clock p. m. No especial cause for the casualty ascertained. The wounded were brought back to Enterprise, where the ladies have established a Hospital for their accommodation and relief, and are ministering to their wants with all the tenderness of a mother or sister. Those having friends there, may rest assured that they are well cared for.