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Numbers 20. Returns of Casualties in the Confederate Forces on Morris Island, S. C., July 10-September 7, 1863

JULY 10 AND 11.*

Killed Wounded.

Command. Officer Enliste Officer Enlisted

s d men s men

1st Volunteers, 1 - - 2

Georgia

12th Georgia Battalion - 1 - -

18th Georgia Battalion - 4 1 3

1st South Carolina - 21 3 -

Artillery.

1st South Carolina 1 1 - 9

[Regular] Infantry (or

3rd Artillery),

Company D.

7th South Carolina - 3 - -

Battalion

21st South Carolina 2 12 5 107

Total 4 42 9 121

Captured or

missing.

Command. Office Enliste Aggrega Remarks.

rs d men te

1st Volunteers, - - 3 July 11,

Georgia Captain C.

Werner

killed

12th Georgia Battalion - - 1 July 11.

18th Georgia Battalion - - 8 July 11

1st South Carolina - 59 83 July 10,

Artillery. Lieutenant

John S. Bee

mortally

wounded.

1st South Carolina - 1 12 July 10,

[Regular] Infantry (or Captain

3rd Artillery), C. T.

Company D. Haskell,

jr., killed

7th South Carolina 1 10 14 July 10.

Battalion

21st South Carolina 2 54 182 July 10,

Lieutenant

T. H.

Dalrympie

killed.

Total 3 124 303

JULY 18.+

Staff 1 - 2 -

63rd Georgia - 4 2 8

(detachment)

51st North Carolina 1 15 5 47

1st South Carolina - - - -

Artillery Co. A.

1st South Carolina 2 7 3 23

[Regular] Infantry (or

3rd Artillery.)

Charleston Battalion 1 5 #5 #38

Palmetto Battalion, Co. - - - -

G.

Total 5 31 17 116

Staff - - 3 Captain P. H.

Waring killed

63rd Georgia - - 14

(detachment)

51st North Carolina - - 68 Lieutenant

G. W. Thompson

killed.

1st South Carolina - - 5 Not

Artillery Co. A. classified in

report.

1st South Carolina - 3 38 Lieutenant

[Regular] Infantry (or Colonel J. C.

3rd Artillery.) Simkins and

Captain

W. T. Tatom

killed.

Charleston Battalion 1 1 51 Captain

William H.

Ryan killed

Palmetto Battalion, Co. - - 2 Not

G. classified in

report.

Total 1 4 181

JULY 19-23.?

32nd Georgia - 2 - 1 - - 3

1st South - 1 - 4 - - 5

Carolina

Artillery

20th South - 3 - 7 - - 10

Carolina

21st South - - - 3 - - 3

Carolina

Lucas' - - - 8 - - 8 July 20,1

battalion, Co. A man

mortally

wounded.

Total - 6 - 23 - - 29

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*Colonel Robert F. Graham's reports.

+Compiled from inclosures to General Taliaferro's report. His tabulated statement omitted casualties in First South Carolina Artillery and Palmetto Battalion, as reported by Captain De Pass.

#Includes 1 officer wounded July 19, and 1 man wounded July 17.

?Inclosure to Hagood's report of July 23, but nominal list for Lucas' battalion substituted for his statement of its losses.

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