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Number 70Consolidated statement of prisoners of war captured and paroled, and of prisoners of ear captured and sent North, by the Army of the Tennessee, during the month of July, 1863, by Major General U. S. Grant, commanding.

Command Lieu- Major Briga Colo- Lieut Majors

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RECAPITULATION OF 1 4 10 8 6 43

THE Vicksburg

CAPTURE. Generals

and staff

Lieutenant-General --- --- --- --- 1 ---

Pemberton's escort

Major-General --- --- --- 3 2 3

Stevenson's

DIVISION: First

Brigade,

Brigadier-General

[S. M.] Barton

SECOND Brigade, --- --- --- 4 3 4

Brigadier-General

[S. D.] Lee

THIRD Brigade, --- --- --- 3 1 2

Brigadier-General

[Alfred] Cumming

Fourth Brigade, --- --- --- 4 3 3

Brigadier-General

[A. W.]

Reynolds.

Waul's Legion, --- --- --- --- --- ---

Signal Corps, and

escort company.

Major-General --- --- --- 4 2 4

Forney's DIVISION:

First Brigade,

Brigadier-General

[Louis] Hebert.

SECOND Brigade, --- --- --- 8 7 4

Brigadier-General

[J. C.] Moore

Major-General --- --- --- 3 2 4

Bowen's DIVISION:

First Brigade,

Colonel [F. M.]

Cockrell

SECOND Brigade, --- --- --- 2 1 1

Colonel [T. P.]

Dockery

Major-General --- --- --- 2 3 3

Smith's DIVISION:

First Brigade,

Brigadier-General

[W. E.] Baldwin.

SECOND Brigade, --- --- --- 3 2 5

Brigadier-General

[J. C.] Vaughn.

THIRD Brigade, --- --- --- 1 2 2

Brigadier-General

[F. A.] Shoup

Officers and men --- --- --- 1 2 4

detached from

their commands.

Officers and men --- --- --- --- --- ---

who refused to

take paroles [sent

North]

Officers and men --- --- --- 3 --- 5

paroled in

hospitals

Total 1 4 10 49 37 87

RECAPITULATION OF --- --- --- --- --- 1

CAPTURES BY

EXPEDITIONARY

ARMIES. Prisoners

of war captured at

Natchez, MISS.,

by Brigadier

General T. E. G.

Ransom, July, 1863

[sent North]

Prisoners of war --- --- --- --- --- 1

captured at and

near Jackson,

MISS., by Major

General W. T.

Sherman, July,

1863 [sent North].

Prisoners of war --- --- --- --- --- ---

captured at Yazoo

City, MISS., by

Major General F.

J. Herron, July,

1863 [sent North].

Prisoners of war --- --- --- --- --- ---

captured and

paroled at Yazoo

City, MISS., by

Major General F.

J. Herron, July

13, 1863.

Total --- --- --- --- --- 2

RECAPITULATION OF 1 4 10 37 87 588

PRISONERS OF WAR

CAPTURED BY THE

ARMY OF TENNESSEE.

Vicksburg capture

Capture by --- --- --- --- 2 5

expeditionary

armies

Total 1 4 10 37 89 593

Command Capt First Se- THIRD Chap Volun C

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nants tena ts e

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s

RECAPITULATION OF 49 49 10 --- --- 13 1

THE Vicksburg

CAPTURE. Generals

and staff

Lieutenant-General 1 2 1 1 --- --- -

Pemberton's escort

Major-General 39 37 39 25 2 --- -

Stevenson's

DIVISION: First

Brigade,

Brigadier-General

[S. M.] Barton

SECOND Brigade, 47 43 50 25 --- --- -

Brigadier-General

[S. D.] Lee

THIRD Brigade, 41 35 33 17 --- ---

Brigadier-General -

[Alfred] Cumming

Fourth Brigade, 36 40 41 33 --- --- -

Brigadier-General

[A. W.]

Reynolds.

Waul's Legion, 8 9 9 6 --- --- -

Signal Corps, and

escort company.

Major-General 44 48 44 21 --- --- -

Forney's DIVISION:

First Brigade,

Brigadier-General

[Louis] Hebert.

SECOND Brigade, 80 95 74 36 1 --- -

Brigadier-General

[J. C.] Moore

Major-General 27 38 36 13 --- --- -

Bowen's DIVISION:

First Brigade,

Colonel [F. M.]

Cockrell

SECOND Brigade, 28 25 19 2 --- --- -

Colonel [T. P.]

Dockery

Major-General 40 34 33 22 --- --- -

Smith's DIVISION:

First Brigade,

Brigadier-General

[W. E.] Baldwin.

SECOND Brigade, 33 30 33 19 --- --- -

Brigadier-General

[J. C.] Vaughn.

THIRD Brigade, 36 24 28 14 --- --- -

Brigadier-General

[F. A.] Shoup

Officers and men 50 33 31 8 --- --- -

detached from

their commands.

Officers and men --- 1 --- --- --- --- -

who refused to

take paroles [sent

North]

Officers and men 29 63 32 2 --- --- -

paroled in

hospitals

Total 588 606 513 244 3 13 1

RECAPITULATION OF 1 1 --- --- --- --- -

CAPTURES BY

EXPEDITIONARY

ARMIES. Prisoners

of war captured at

Natchez, MISS.,

by Brigadier

General T. E. G.

Ransom, July, 1863

[sent North]

Prisoners of war 2 5 4 --- --- --- -

captured at and

near Jackson,

MISS., by Major

General W. T.

Sherman, July,

1863 [sent North].

Prisoners of war 2 4 2 --- --- --- -

captured at Yazoo

City, MISS., by

Major General F.

J. Herron, July,

1863 [sent North].

Prisoners of war --- --- 1 --- --- --- -

captured and

paroled at Yazoo

City, MISS., by

Major General F.

J. Herron, July

13, 1863.

Total 5 10 7 --- --- --- -

RECAPITULATION OF 588 606 513 244 3 13 1

PRISONERS OF WAR

CAPTURED BY THE

ARMY OF TENNESSEE.

Vicksburg capture

Capture by 5 10 7 --- --- --- -

expeditionary

armies

Total 593 616 520 244 3 13 1