Casualty Report – Battle at Tohotonimme

Report of the killed, wounded and missing in the battle at To-hoto-nim-me, May 17, 1858

Company C, First Dragoons.

  • Killed Brevet Captain O. H. Taylor
  • Private Alfred Barnes
  • Mortally wounded Private Victor Charles De Moy
  • Severely wounded Privates James Lynch and Henry Montreville
  • Slightly wounded Farrier Elijah R. Birch

Company E, First Dragoons

  • Killed Second Lieutenant William Gaston
  • Mortally wounded First Sergeant William C. Williams
  • Severely wounded James Kelly, William D. Micon, and Hariet Sneckster.
  • Slightly wounded James Healy, Maurice Henly, Charles Hughes, and John Mitchell.

Company H, First Dragoons

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  • Killed Privates Charles H. Harnish and James Crozet
  • Missing First Sergeant Edward Ball 1

Company E, Ninth Infantry

  • Severely wounded Private Ormond W. Hammond
  • Slightly wounded Privates John Klay and Gotleib Berger

The same date on which the report of the expedition went forward Colonel Steptoe indited the two succeeding letters.

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Collection:
Manring, B. F. Conquest of the Coeur d'Alene, Spokane and Palouse Indians. The Washington Historical Quarterly, Vol. 3 No. 2, 1912.

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