1864 Petersburg embalming
OFFICERS KILLED AT PETERSBURG. Yesterday, about noon, the Thomas Powell, from City Point, arrived at the wharf, having cn board the bodies of Pighteen oflicers killed in battles before Petersburg. Thoy were in charge of Dr. Bunnell, embalming surgeon, and consigned to Dr. Holmes, by whose process they were embalmed. Among them are Col. Pat'k Kelly, er-th N. Y.; Col. Geo. L. Prescott, 22d Mass.: Lt. Col. Dorrell,3d Del.: Major E. L. Blake, >th N. Y. Art.: Major J. B Sloan, 3Jth N. Y.: Adj't Miles McDonald. 63d N. Y.: Adj't Chilson, 1st Mich. S. S; Capt. L. O. Khines, do.; Capt. Samuel Stevens, 3?th Wis.; Capt. Jacob P. Km brick; Capt. W. A. Stevens, 16th 3Ie : Capt. BulFum, 36th Mass : Lt. Wingate, %?th P. V.: Lt. P. W. Blake, N. Y.: L'. M. N. Heiskell, S3d Pa.: John T. Groves, 1st Del.; Lt. J. Kussel, Mth Pa ; Adj't C. M.Lyons,57th Pa.: Capt. O. Mumfoid, 50th Pa.