This is not my Richard (Begining to think my Richard doesn't exist) but thought someone might be interested.
The North Carolina Standard (newspaper) Wednesday, Nov 2, 1863
(From The Progress)
From Lee's Army - Killed and Wounded in the 27th Regiment at Bristow Station, VA Headquarters Cooke's Brigade Bristow Station, VA Oct 15, 1863
DEAR PROGRESS:-The fight which commenced at this place, Bristow Station, on yesterday evening, at 2 o'clock, p.m., continued with unabated fury until after dark. Our loss in killed was comparatively small, but in wounded, much larger than common, and especially in officers. Below I give you as far as possible a list, of both, as far as I could obtain it, on the 27th. I will forward the list of the other regiments of our brigade as soon as I can procure them.
(NOTE FROM CONTRIBUTER, I HAVE SKIPPED FIELD AND STAFF AND COMPANIES A, B AND C, TO SAVE SPACE AND SHOW RICHARD DEAVER'S COMPANY D.)
Company D-Killed-None, Wounded-Lts T F Worley, in right foot slightly; Sergt D G Taylor, left leg, flesh wound; Sergt E Goodman, leg severe; Sergt H S Minn, leg;, arm and face, flesh wounds; Corpl Z Harper, left leg slight; Corpl J R Gray, slightly. Privates A B Blizzard, severely in head; W D Carter, right hand; B A Carter, left fore finger gone. Lewis Davenport, left leg flesh wound; Wm J Freeman, neck and right shoulder severe; John Howard, left leg; James Hardee, thigh slight; Q E Lee, side severely; D C Lee, right thigh slight; John Quinn, left hip severely; Daniel Stroud, thigh and stomach severe; R (U/O?) Rogers, right arm severe; Wm S Worley, left hand; W Outlaw, Richard Deaver, Arebas Turner, prisoners and wounded. Missing-Wm Brown.