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& WOUNDED FROM TAURANGA, NZ, 1864
the New Zealander Tuesday 3rd May 1864
magazine is recorded on microfilm and can be accessed at the Auckland City Library.
OF KILLED & WOUNDED IN THE TAURANGA ENGAGEMENT
The following official list of killed and wounded has been furnished by Dr
Mouatt, Inspector of the Hospital Department:-
KILLED - Lt HILL, late of the Orpheus; James HARRIS, ord. Seaman
- Thomas TERRAM, O.S., hip, very severely; William FOX, O.S., left
jaw, severely; Charles WREN, marine, lower jaw, severely; John WATSON,
Q.S., left knee, very severely; Amos SMITH, O.S., groin, dangerously.
KILLED - Mr WATTS, RMA
- Lt HAMMICK, R shoulder, very severely; John NOKES, boatswain's
mate, L shoulder, very severely; M BRYAN, A.B., L leg, severely; James
ENGLISH, captain of the maintop, L thigh, severely; Samuel RUSHVEN,
A.B., L lung and fracture of L arm, very dangerously; George CHARMBOLD,
L left, severely; Levi KEANE, L thigh, dangerously; George ALTON,
RMA, L thigh, severely; Alexander McALISTER, A.B., arm, severely.
KILLED - Capt HAMILTON,
head; William LEIGH, Stoker; R FULLER, O.S.; William DALTON,
WOUNDED - Lt DUFF, back, two places, very severely; Edward MARTIN,
AB, R hip & loins, very severely; Thomas ROBERTS, AB, abdomen, dangerously;
Alfred BOWDEN, AB, R heel, severely; James LAWRENCE, AB, scalp wound,
severely; James KNIGHT, captain forecastle, very severely, R shoulder;
Robert WARD, marine artillery, very severely, R thigh; William TOZER,
bombardier, severely, L arm; R JEFFERY, AB, slightly, sprained leg; T DONNELLY,
O.S., slightly, sprained leg; W ALLISON, dangerously, chest & thigh.
KILLED - Henry CLARK,
boy; George YOUNG, AB; Andrew GREENBOW, stoker.
Commander HAY, dangerously, abdomen, ball lodged; Alfred LOCKIE, AB, very
severely, R elbow; James PULLETT, slightly, finger; Charles BURRETT,
O.S., very slightly, L thigh; William BURCHILL, O.S., very severely, R
KILLED - Sergeant HARDING,
KILLED - Sgt James HANNER,
WOUNDED - Privates John MOFFAT, very severely,
R knee joint; William SLOANE, severely, shell, R foot; Edward O'NEILL,
dangerously, L thigh; Daniel SWEENEY, very severely, shell, R knee; John
LOGAN, very severely, R thigh & hand; Patrick McDONALD, dangerously,
chest & L arm; William JOHNSON, severely, mouth & neck; William
ASHTON, dangerously R elbow; Henry BLACK, slightly, R elbow; John
PLATT, very severely, L chest & neck; James BYENTER, slightly, head;
Hugh TONER, R forearm; John BAXTER; Wm WATSON, slightly, shell,
KILLED - Capt Robert
C GLOVER, head: Capt C R MUIR, tomahawk R axilla; Capt R T F HAMILTON,
head; Capt Edwin UTTERTON, neck; Lieut C J LANDLANDS, chest; Sgt
Major John VANCE, chest; Pvtes Phillip FITZGERALD, head; Charles
LANE, L side chest; S HOLBRASH, chest; Henry GOFF, L side
chest; S HORNBY, L breast; John BARDHURST, abdomen; Frederick TRAVERS,
tomahawk, R head and shoulder; Robert PHELAN, head.
WOUNDED - Lt
Col BOOTH, very dangerously, spine & R arm; Lt T G E GLOVER,
severely, abdomen, not penetrating; Ensign William CLARK, severely, R arm;
Ensign S P T NICHOLL, slightly, scalp; Sgt Edwin YOUNG, severely,
L jaw; Sgt John HURLEY, very severely, R forearm and shoulder; Sgt Thomas
COLLIER, very severely, L arm; Sgt John CAIN, slightly, R forearm;
Corp Wm EVERETT, R shoulder; Pvtes William BRIDGMAN, very severely,
both arms; John BRYANT, very severely, R shoulder; John NOBLE, severely,
L shoulder; James WARBURTON, severely R side of face; Bugler Thomas WRIGHT,
severely, L leg; Pvtes George CLARKE, severely, L shoulder; James CLARKE,
slightly; John SIMMONDS, severely, L arm above elbow; John M'FARLANE,
slightly, upper lip; John LIVESAY, very severely, R jaw & chin; Bernard
CONROY, severely, L thigh; Michael CASEY, dangerously, R temple;
William SARGEANT, very severely, R thigh; Martin WALSH, very severely,
R shin; George ROBINS, very severely, scalp & R shoulder; Thomas MADDEN,
very severely, chest; James AUDLEY, very severely, tomahawk, head.
WOUNDED - Sgt William
ARMSTRONG, severely, R thigh; Pvte William POWER, severely, both
shoulders; Pvte John RUTH, slightly, L foot; Pvte Thomas BURDETT,
severely, R shoulder.
WOUNDED: Pvte HALLIWELL,
severely, L nates (sic)?
Pvte Andrew MITCHELL, severely
January, 2001 by Jackie Walles,