Maj. B. R. Huske, of the 48th N. C. Regiment, died in Richmond on the 15th, from a wound he received in the late battle. He was from Fayetteville
The report of the death of Lieut. Junius Alston, of the 2d N. C. Troops, we are glad to learn, is incorrect. He was shot through the body and lung, but is now in a fair way of recovery
We learn with regret that Rev. B. F. Guthrie, of the N. C. Conference of the M. E. Church, lately stationed at Chapel Hill, but more recently a Chaplain in one of our new Regiments, recently died in camp at Brooke Church, near Richmond, of disease contracted in the discharge of his duties. He was in fine health when he entered the army a few weeks ago. He was a young man of much promise, and was a useful and acceptable minister.—Standard
Died.—July 17th, in camp near Petersburg, Va., of typhoid fever, William H. Kellam, a member of Company C, 45th Regt. N. C. Troops, aged about 21 years.
The body of Colonel Stokes, who had since died of wounds received in one of the battles near Richmond, passed through Statesville, last Friday, to the family in Wilkes.
Source: The Greensborough Patriot, July 24, 1862 as found in Confederate Newspaper Project