War of the Rebellion: Serial 036 Page 0320 Mississippi, WEST TENNESSEE, ETC. Chapter XXXVI.

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Ogden, Eighth Louisiana Battalion Heavy Artillery, gallant conduct.

Captains [W. C.] Capers, [R. C.] Bond, [Rufus J.] Bruce, Lieutenants

[Richard] Agar, [Ed. D.] Woodlief, [C. A.] Conrad, First Louisiana

Regular Artillery, gallant conduct. Lieutenant [W. T.] Mumford, acting assistant adjutant-general; Lieutenant W. M. Bridges, acting assistant inspector-general; Lieutenant W. Yerger, aide-de-camp; Lieutenant W. O. Flynn, engineer officer, valuable services. Sergt. Thomas P. Lynch, First Louisiana Artillery, valuable services as chief of river police, always discharging his duties with promptness and to the full satisfaction of his commanding officer.

Mentioned by Colonel [T. N.] Waul,; commanding Waul's Texas Legion:

Captain [Louis] Papendieck, assistant adjutant-general, and Lieutenant Simmons, aide-de-camp, fell, fighting gallantly for their country. Major [Allen] Cameron, gallant conduct; killed. Captain H. Wickeland, gallant conduct. Captain [J. B.] Fleitas, First Louisiana Zouaves, gallant conduct.

Mentioned by Major General M. L. Smith:

Lieutenant-Colonel [Edward] Ivy, chief of artillery; Major [J. G.]

Devereux, assistant adjutant-general; Major [J. F.] Girault, assistant inspector-general; Major [T. C.] Fearn, quartermaster; Captain M. McDonald, ordnance officer; Lieutenant G. H. Frost, aide-de camp; Lieutenant [B. M.] Harrod, aide-de-camp; Surgeon [H. H.?]

Whitfield, and Captain Hobart, volunteer aide-de-camp, gallant conduct and very valuable services.

Mentioned by Brigadier-General Hebert:

Colonel Charles H. Herrick, mortally wounded; gallant conduct. Lieutenant

Charles A. Brusle, aide-de-camp, killed; gallant conduct. Lieutenant Blessing, engineer officer, killed; gallant conduct.

Respectfully, your obedient servant,

J. C. PEMBERTON,

Lieutenant-General.

Return of Casualties in the Confederate forces at Baker's Creek, Big Black, and Vicksburg, MISS., 1863.

Killed. Wounded MISSING

Command Offic Enlis Offic Enlis Offic Enlis Ag

ers. ted ers. ted ers. ted gr

men. men. men. eg

at

e.

Stevenson's 13 211 41 603 60 1,828 2,

DIVISION: 75

Baker's Creek 8

Vicksburg 8 114 17 283 2 24 44

8

Total 21 325 58 886 62 1,852 3,

20

4

Bowen's 16 115 64 366 7 300 86

DIVISION: 8

Baker's Creek

Big Black 1 2

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9 105 907 1,

02

4

Vicksburg 24 166 35 459

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74 75

8

Total 41 283 99 834 112 1,281 2,

65

0

Grand total* 62 608 157 1,720 174 3,133 5,

85

4

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*Note on original states that no reports had ben received from Forney's DIVISION, Smith's DIVISION, the river batteries, or Waul's Legion.

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