Case of Private T. J. Dame, Co. E, 18th Mississippi, wounded at Antietam, September 17, 1862. Died June 19, 1863. See Spec. 3849, A. M. M., Cat. Surg. Sect., 1866, p. 243.
Case of Private J. G. Grissetta, Co. D, 2d Alabama; wounded at Fort Blakely, April 9, 1864; died April 21st. It is stated that the popliteal nerve was "dark and disorganized."
Private James Rollins, Co. H, 28th North Carolina, aged 30 years ; wounded at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863; tetanus July 20th ; death, July 22, 1863.
Corporal L. Bertram, Co. A, 6th Louisiana, entered a Confederate hospital at Richmond with "shot wound of right hip, involving the joint," received May 4, 1863, and was furloughed April 15, 1864.
T. J. Brandon, a member of Co. F, 14th Alabama, was treated in the Confederate hospital at Farmville for "shot wound in the buttock with injury to hip joint," and was furloughed October 22, 1862.
Private H. Kimberlin, Co. G, 48th Virginia, received a gunshot injury of the right hip joint, producing lameness, and was furloughed from the Confederate hospital at Farmville.
Private C. C. McMurray, Co. H, 15th North Carolina, was admitted to hospital No. 24, Richmond, with "shot wound of hip joint," and was discharged September 13, 1862.
Private G. W. Williams, Co. F. 3d North Carolina, appears on a Confederate hospital case-book as having received a shot wound of the hip joint, May 3. 1833, the ball being extracted near the knee." Furloughed.
Private W. S. Gardiner, Co. A, 14th South Carolina; injury to hip joint from bomb; furloughed.
Private S. Waisner, Co. E, 28th North Carolina, was wounded and captured at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863, and entered Camp Letterman on July 23d. Surgeon H. Janes, U. S. V., reported : "Gunshot fracture of right hip joint. Death on August 18, 1863."
SOURCE: Medical and Surgical History of the War of the Rebellion. Volume 2, Part 3
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