War of the Rebellion: Serial 037 Page 0167 Chapter XXXVI. THE SIEGE OF Vicksburg, MISS.

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Number 4. General Summary of Casualties in the Union forces during the operations against Vicksburg, May 1-July 4, 1863. [Compiled from nominal lists of casualties, returns,&c.]

Captured Killed Wounded MISSING

Engagements, Offic Enlis Offic Enlis Offic Enlis Aggre

&c. ers ted ers ted ers ted gate

men men men

Battle of 1 130 44 675 --- 25 875

Port Gibson,

Thompson's

Hill, or

Magnolia

Church, May

1

Skirmish on --- --- 1 --- --- --- 1

the South

Fork of

Bayou

Pierre, May

2

Skirmishes --- 1 1 8 --- --- 10

on the North

Fork of

Bayou

Pierre, at

Willow

Springs,

Ingraham's

Heights,

Jones'

Cross-Roads,

Forty Hills,

and

Hankinson's

Ferry, May

3.

Engagement 7 59 17 322 2 35 442

at Raymond,

May 112

Skirmish on --- 6 --- 24 --- --- 30

Fourteen

Mile Creek,

May 12

Engagement 2 40 14 237 --- 7 300

at Jackson,

May 14

Battle of 27 383 108 1,736 4 183 2,441

Champion's

Hill, or

Baker's

Creek, May

16

Engagement 3 36 16 221 --- 3 279

at Big Black

River

Bridge, May

17

Skirmish at --- --- --- 1 --- --- 1

Bridgeport,

May 17

Skirmishes 3 40 14 180 --- 2 239

about

Vicksburg,

May 18, 20,

and 21

Assault on 10 147 65 712 1 7 942

Vicksburg,

May 19

Assault on 37 465 173 2,377 1 146 3,199

Vicksburg,

May 22

Siege of 8 96 20 399 1 6 530

Vicksburg,

May 23-July

4

Skirmish at --- 1 --- 3 --- --- 4

Liverpool

Landing,

near Yazoo

City, May 23

Skirmish at --- --- --- 1 --- --- 1

Mechanics-

burg, May 24

Skirmish at --- --- --- 4 --- --- 4

Mechanics-

burg, May 29

Skirmish at --- 2 --- 10 --- --- 12

Mechanics-

burg, June 4

Skirmish at --- --- --- 1 --- --- 1

Birdsong

Ferry, June

12

Skirmish at --- --- --- --- --- --- 2

Birdsong

Ferry, June

18

Action at --- 10 1 8 1 27 47

Hill's

Plantation,

near Bear

Creek, June

22

Skirmish at --- --- --- 2 --- --- 2

Edwards

Station,

July 1

Total 98 1,416 474 6,921 10 443

9,362

Officers killed in skirmishes May 18,20, and 21, 1863. -Captain Henry M. Kellogg, thirty THIRD Illinois Infantry; lieut. Alexander C. Atchison, ninety-seventh Illinois Infantry; Captain Theodore Weller, SEVENTEENTH Missouri Infantry.

Officers died of wounds received May 18,20, and 21, 1863. -Captain James W. Lavigne, Thielemann's Battalion, Illinois Cavalry; Lieutenant Andrew J. McFarlane, twenty-THIRD Wisconsin Infantry.

Officers died of wounds received at Hill's Plantation,

June 22, 1863. -Lieut, Joshua Gardner, fourth Iowa Cavalry.

OFFICERS KILLED DURING THE SIEGE.

(MAY 23 July 4, 1863.)

ILLINOIS.

Captain Enols McPhail, 3rd Cavalry. Captain Henry A. Rogers, battery D, 1st Light Artillery. Captain George W. Bradley, 15th Infantry. Captain Leander B. Fisk, 45th Infantry. Lieutenant Andrew E. Walbright, 56th Infantry. Lieutenant Julius A. Pratt, 124th Infantry.

Missouri.

Lieutenant Daniel W. McBride, 7th Infantry.

OHIO.

Lieutenant Charles Luther, 76th Infantry.