Frederick Wyllyams 1867
The body of Sergeant Frederick Wyllyams was fearfully mutilated. His scalp was taken, two balls pierced his brain, and his right brow was cut open with a hatchet. His nose was severed and his throat gashed. The body was opened and the heart laid bare. The legs were cut to the bone, and the arms hacked with knives.

Source: Harper's Weekly Magazine, 27 July 1867