War of the Rebellion: Serial 037 Page 0550 Mississippi, WEST TENNESSEE, ETC. Chapter XXXVI.

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Return of Casualties in the Union forces engaged in the siege of Jackson, MISS., &c. -Cont'd.

Captured or

Killed Wounded missing

Command Offi Enli Offi Enli Offi Enli Aggre

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THIRD DIVISION. --- --- --- 6 --- --- 6

Brigadier General

JAMES M. TUTTLE.

First Brigade.

Colonel WILLIAM L.

McMILLEN. 114th

Illinois

93rd Indiana --- 1 2 1 --- --- 4

72nd Ohio --- --- --- 3 --- --- 3

95th Ohio* --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

Total First --- 1 2 10 --- --- 13

Brigade

THIRD Brigade. --- --- --- 4 --- 11 15

Colonel JOSEPH J.

WOODS. 8th Iowa

12th Iowa --- --- --- --- --- 8 8

35th Iowa --- --- 1 --- --- 10 11

Total THIRD --- --- 1 4 --- 29 34

Brigade

Artillery. 1st --- --- --- 1 --- --- 1

Illinois Light,

Battery E

Iowa Light, 2nd --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

Battery*

Total THIRD --- 10 5 27 1 37 80

DIVISION

RECAPITULATION. 2 32 14 215 3 25 291

NINTH Army Corps

Thirteenth Army 8 77 49 452 9 156 751

Corps

Fifteenth Army --- 10 5 27 1 37 80

Corps

Total 10 119 68 694 13 218 1,122

Expeditionary Army

OFFICERS KILLED.

ILLINOIS.

Captain James A. Dugger, 26th Infantry.

Lieutenant Frederick C. Beckdoldt, 28th Infantry.

Lieutenant John McGorie, 28th Infantry.

Lieutenant Michael Gapin, 28th Infantry.

Major Francis M. Long, 41st Infantry.

Lieutenant Christopher Cornealy, 41st Infantry.

Colonel Seth C. Earl, 53rd Infantry.

Captain Michael Leahy, 53rd Infantry.

IOWA.

Lieutenant Edward W. Hall, 3rd Infantry.

PENNSYLVANIA.

Lieutenant Richard Humphreys, 45th Infantry.

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*No loss reported.

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