THE DANCYVILLE GRAYS
BATTLE OF PERRYVILLE
The Daily Appeal Newspaper, Memphis, Tennessee, October 24, 1862
Casualties in the Ninth Tennessee Regiment (NOTE: This list includes only the casualties of Field Officers, Staff and Company A)
The following is a list of the killed and wounded in the Ninth Regiment of Tennessee volunteers , commanded by Lieutenant Colonel J. W. Buford; near Perryville, Kentucky, on the 8th of October, 1862.
Field and Staff:
Lieutenant Colonel J. W. Buford, leg, severely
Color Bearer Robert Gibes, killed.
Company A ~ Lieutenant A. J. Bucy, Commanding ~ (Known as The Dancyville Grays)
Killed: S. A. Dancy
Mortally wounded: B. A. Cooker(1), Sergeant J. J. Meadows(2)
Severely: Sergeant G. W. Martin, J. C. Cherry(3), color corporal
Slightly: Orderly Sergeant W. C. Dugger, F. G. Hill, A. J. Bucey(4).
(transcribed as is, without corrections)
Corrections based on other records:
(1) J. A. Coker
(2) J. D. Meadows
(3) James Knox Polk Cherry
(4) A. J. Bucy (Bucy was a Dancyville doctor)
Company A was recruited at Dancyville and inducted at Jackson, Tennessee.
Researched by MARY KAY DANCY SMITH, from the
Memphis Daily Appeal Newspaper holdings,
of the Shelby County Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee.
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