War of the Rebellion: Serial 021 Page 0319 Chapter XXVII. OPERATIONS IN WEST LOUISIANA.

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Return of Casualties in the Union forces engaged at Fort Island (Bethel Place or Bayou Teche), La., April 12-13, 1863.

[Compiled from nominal lists of casualties, returns, &c.]

Killed. Wounded.

Command. Offi- Enli- Offi- Enli- Aggr

cers. sted cers. sted ega-

men. men. te.

12th Connecticut Infantry. ... 2 1 12 15

1st Indiana Heavy Artillery. ... ... ... 3 3

1st Louisiana Cavalry. ... ... ... 3 3

Maine Light Artillery, 1st ... .. 1 1 2

Battery.

Massachusetts Light ... 1 ... 3 4

Artillery, 6th Battery.

31st Massachusetts Infantry. ... 1 ... 5 6

38th Massachusetts Infantry. 1 5 1 28 35

53rd Massachusetts Infantry. 1 2 ... 9 12

8th New Hampshire Infantry. ... 2 2 7 11

New York Light Artillery, ... ... ... 2 2

18th Battery.

75th New York Infantry. ... 2 2 13 17

114th New York Infantry. ... ... ... 11 11

133rd New York Infantry. ... 4 1 20 25

156th New York Infantry. 1 3 ... 18 22

160th New York Infantry. ... 2 ... 5 7

173rd New York Infantry. ... 2 ... 5 7

175th New York Infantry. ... 1 ... 6 7

8th Vermont Infantry. ... 1 ... 7 8

4th Wisconsin Infantry. ... 5 ... 8 13

1st U. S. Artillery, Battery ... 4 ... 5 9

A.

1st U. S. Artillery, Battery ... ... ... 5 5

F.

Total. 3 37 8 176 224

Officers killed.-Captain Samuel Gault, Thirty-eighth Massachusetts; Lieutenant George G. Nutting, Fifty-third Massachusetts; Lieutenant John T. Freer, One hundred and Fifty-sixth New York.

Return of Casualties in the Union forces engaged at Irish Bend, La., April 14, 1863.

[Compiled from nominal lists of casualties, returns, &c.]

Killed. Wounded. Captured

or missing.

Command. Offi Enli Offi Enli Offi Enlis Aggr

cers sted cers sted cers ted ega-

men. men. men. te.

13th Connecticut ... 7 4 43 .. ... 54

Infantry.

25th Connecticut 2 7 5 72 ... 10 96

Infantry.

22nd Maine ... ... ... 1 ... ... 1

Infantry.

26th Maine ... 11 2 48 ... ... 61

Infantry.

91st New York ... 2 1 10 ... ... 13

Infantry.

131st New York ... ... ... 3 ... ... 3

Infantry.

159th New York 4 15 6 73 ... 20 117

Infantry.

2nd U. S. ... 1 ... 7 ... ... 8

Artillery, Battery

C.

Total. 6 43 17 257 ... 30 353

Officers killed.-Captain Samuel S. Hayden and Lieutenant Daniel P. Dewey, Twenty-fifth Connecticut; Lieutenant Col. Gilbert A. Draper, Lieuts. Robert D. Lathrop, John W. Manley, and Byron F. Lockwood, One hundred and fifty-ninth New York.