War of the Rebellion: Serial 046 Page 0408 S.C. AND GA. COASTS, AND IN MID. AND E. FLA. Chapter XL.

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Returns of Casualties in the Confederate Forces, &c.,- Continued.

AUGUST 20-SEPTEMBER 6.*

Killed Wounded.

Command. Officer Enlisted Officers Enlisted

s men men

Staff - - 1 -

23rd Georgia - 1 1 8

27th Georgia - 2 - 4

28th Georgia 1 2 1 21

32nd Georgia - 1 - 7

54th Georgia 1 5 - 9

8th North Carolina - 4 3 20

61st North Carolina - 4 3 29

2nd South Carolina - 2 2 7

Artillery

1st South Carolina - - - 8

[Regular] Infantry

(Third Artillery),

Company A.

20th South Carolina # - 3 1 11

21st South Carolina - 2 1 7

25th South Carolina 2 11 9 110

Charleston Battalion 1 1 1 11

Gist Guard Artillery - - - -

Lucas' battalion 1 2 - 14

Palmetto Battalion - 1 1 14

Siege train - - 1 9

Total 6 41 25 289

Capturing

or missing.

Command. Offic Enlist Aggreg Remarks

ers ed men ate

Staff - - 1 August 29.

23rd Georgia - - 10 August 25-30.

27th Georgia - - 6 August 30-

September 6.

28th Georgia - 5 30 August 30-

September 5,

Captain J. R.

Haines killed

September 5.

32nd Georgia - - 8 August 29-

September 3.

54th Georgia - - 15 August 23-30,

Captain A. S.

Roberts killed

August 24.

8th North Carolina - - 27 August 25-

September 3.

61st North Carolina 2 69 107 August 21-28

2nd South Carolina - - 11 August 23-

Artillery September 7.

1st South Carolina - +18 26 August 30-

[Regular] Infantry September 7.

(Third Artillery),

Company A.

20th South Carolina # - - 15 August 20-30.

21st South Carolina - - 10 August 20-

September 5.

25th South Carolina - 3 135 September 1-7,

Lieuts. R. A.

Blum and H.

Montgomery,

jr.killed.

Charleston Battalion - +6 20 August 20-

September 7,

Lieutenant

J. B. Gardner

killed.

Gist Guard Artillery - +1 1 September 6.

Lucas' battalion - +2 19 August, 21-27,

Captain Robert

Pringle killed

Palmetto Battalion - - 16 August 30-

September 6.

Siege train - - 10 August 23-26

Total 2 104 467

IN FIRST DISTRICT, JULY 10-SEPTEMBER 6, INCLUSIVE.?

Killed Wounded.

Command. Officer Enliste Officer Enliste

s d men s d men

Staff 1 - 3 -

1st Volunteers, Georgia 1 2 - 7

12th Georgia Battalion - 2 - 8

18th Georgia Battalion - 7 1 6

23rd Georgia - 2 1 8

27th Georgia - 2 - 4

28th Georgia 1 2 1 21

32nd Georgia - 2 1 21

54th Georgia 1 5 - 9

63rd Georgia - 5 1 6

8th North Carolina - 4 4 39

31st North Carolina 1 12 - 32

51st North Carolina 1 16 5 55

61st North Carolina - 6 3 32

1st South Carolina 1 17 2 48

Artillery

2nd South Carolina - 2 2 13

Artillery

Capturing

or missing.

Command. Offic Enlis Aggre Officers

ers ted gate killed

men

Staff - - 4 Captain J. M.

Wampler C. S.

Engineers.

1st Volunteers, Georgia - - 10 Captain

Claus Werner

12th Georgia Battalion - 3 13

18th Georgia Battalion - - 14

23rd Georgia - - 11

27th Georgia - - 6

28th Georgia - - 25 Captain J. R.

Haines

32nd Georgia - - 24

54th Georgia - - 15 Captain A. S.

Roberts.

63rd Georgia - - 12

8th North Carolina - - 47

31st North Carolina - - 45 Captain A. B.

Parker.

51st North Carolina - - 77 Lieutenant

G. W. Thompson

61st North Carolina 4 72 117

1st South Carolina 1 51 120 Lieutenant

Artillery J. S. Bee.

2nd South Carolina 1 - 18

Artillery

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*Inclosure.

+"Captured by the enemy's barges on night of the evacuation."

#Includes, 2 men killed and 1 man wounded August 30 on steamer Sumter.

?Compiled from nominal list submitted by General Ripley October 4. 1863. The original list however, omits the names of Lieutenant Colonel J. C. Simkins, Capts. C. T. Haskell, jr.,and P. H. Waring, and Lieuts. T. H. Dalrymple and J. B. Gardner, who are elsewhere reported as killed.

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