War of the Rebellion: Serial 041 Page 0067 Chapter XXXVIII. SIEGE OF PORT HUDSON, LA.

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Numbers 2. Returns of Casualties in the Union forces.

[Compiled from nominal lists, returns, &c.]

AT PLAINS STORE, LA., MAY 21, 1863.

Killed. Wounded.

Command. Officers Enlisted Officers Enlisted

men. men.

2nd Louisiana.

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2

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11

30th Massachusetts.

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1 3

48th Massachusetts.

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2

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7

49th Massachusetts.

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1 4

116th New York*.

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11 1 43

Total.

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15 3 68

CONTINUATION:

Captured or missing.

Command. Officers. Enlisted Aggregate.

men.

2nd Louisiana.

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1 14

30th Massachusetts.

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4

48th Massachusetts.

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11 20

49th Massachusetts.

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1 6

116th New York*.

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1 56

Total.

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14 100

AT PORT HUDSON, LA., MAY 23-JULY 8, 1863.

NINETEENTH ARMY CORPS.

Major General NATHANIEL

P. BANKS.

FIRST DIVISION.

Major General

CHRISTOPHER C. AUGUR.

First Brigade.

(1) Colonel EDWARD P.

CHAPIN.+

(2) Colonel CHARLES J.

PAINE.

2nd Louisiana. - 32 5 103 - 4 144

21st Maine. 1 14 3 60 1 9 88

48th Massachusetts. 1 8 7 46 - -- 62

49th Massachusetts. 1 17 10 73 - 1 102

116th New York. 2 18 4 101 - 5 130

Total First Brigade. 5 89 29 383 1 19 526

Second Brigade.

Brigadier General

GODFREY WEITZEL.++

Staff. 1 --- -- --- - -- 1

12th Connecticut. - 18 5 78 - -- 101

75th New York. - 10 4 88 1 4 107

114th New York. 1 10 4 56 - 2 73

160th New York. - 2 4 35 - -- 41

8th Vermont. 1 24 4 128 - 9 166

Total Second Brigade. 3 64 21 385 1 15 489

Third Brigade.

Colonel NATHAN A. M.

DUDLEY.

30th Massachusetts. - --- 1 18 - -- 19

50th Massachusetts. - --- 1 4 - -- 5

161st New York. - 3 -- 14 - -- 17

174th New York. - 2 -- 9 - 3 14

Total Third Brigade. - 5 2 45 - 3 55

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*Lieutenant Charles Borusky, One hundred and sixteenth New York, died of wounds received in this action.

+Killed May 27.

++Weitzel also appears as commanding the right wing, the Fourth Division, and as general of the trenches, &c., and Colonel Stephen Thomas is reported on same records as commanding the brigade.

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