War of the Rebellion: Serial 037 Page 0165 Chapter XXXVI. THE SIEGE OF Vicksburg, MISS.

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Return of Casualties in the Union forces in the assault on Vicksburg, May 22, 1863-Cont'd.

Captured or

Killed Wounded MISSING

Command Offi Enli Offi Enlis Offi Enlis Aggre

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men men men

SECOND Brigade. --- 1 1 2 --- --- 4

Colonel SAMUEL

A. HOLMES.

56th Illinois

17th Iowa --- --- --- 5 --- --- 5

10th Missouri --- --- --- 3 --- --- 3

Total SECOND --- 1 1 10 --- --- 12

Brigade

THIRD Brigade. --- 4 1 50 --- --- 55

[1.] Colonel

GEORGE B.

BOOMER. * [2.]

Colonel HOLDEN

PUTNAM. 93rd

Illinois

5th Iowa --- 3 --- 18 --- --- 21

10th Iowa --- 2 2 24 --- --- 28

26th Missouri 1 4 --- 5 --- --- 10

Total THIRD 1 13 3 97 --- --- 114

Brigade

Total Seventh 3 48 18 269 --- 2 340

DIVISION

Total 15 135 54 826 --- 36 1,066

SEVENTEENTH Army

Corps

RECAPITULATION. 10 192 68 936 1 68 1,275

Thirteenth Army

Corps

Fifteenth Army 12 138 51 615 --- 42 858

Corps

SEVENTEENTH Army 15 135 54 826 --- 36 1,066

Corps

Grand total Army 37 465 173 2,377 1 146 3,199

of the Tennessee

OFFICERS KILLED.

ILLINOIS.

Lieutenant Colonel Garrett Nevins, 11th Infantry. Major Luther H. Cowen, 45th Infantry. Lieutenant Henry C. Mowry, 72nd Infantry. Lieutenant James A. Blingham, 72 Infantry. Colonel James J. Dollins, 81st Infantry. Lieutenant ZEBEDEE Hammack, 81st Infantry. Lieutenant William L. Farmer, 81st Infantry. Lieutenant Hugh Warnock, 81st Infantry. Captain Jason B. Manzer, 95th Infantry. Captain Gabriel E. Cornwell, 95th Infantry. Lieutenant Thomas J. Kinman, 99th Infantry. Lieutenant Nathan W. Wheeler, 116th Infantry. Captain William M. Colby, 130th Infantry.

INDIANA.

Captain Andrew O'Daniel, 8th Infantry. Captain Frederick S. Wysong, 8th Infantry. Captain Hiram T. Vandevender, 8th Infantry. Lieutenant Christian G. Zulauf, 23rd Infantry. Lieutenant Marcus B. C. Trip, 59th Infantry.

IOWA.

Lieutenant Edward Tyrrell, 9th Infantry. Lieutenant Jacob Jones, 9th Infantry. Lieutenant Colonel Cornelius W. Dunlap, 21st Infantry. Captain James Robertson, 22nd Infantry. Lieutenant Matthew A. Robb, 22nd Infantry. Colonel Charles H. Abbott, 30th Infantry. Lieutenant James P. Milliken, 30th Infantry.

*Killed.