War of the Rebellion: Serial 103 Page 0115 THE MOBILE CAPAIGN.

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Return of casualties in the Union Forces operating against Mobile, Ala., &c.-Continued.

Killed. Wounded.

Command. Officers. Men. Officers. Men.

CAVALRY.

LUCAS'

DIVISION.

Brigadier

General

THOMAS J.

LUCAS.

First

Brigade.

Colonel

MORGAN H.

CHRYSLER.

1st 1 5 2 10

Louisiana.

31st --- --- --- ---

Massachuse

tts

(mounted

infantry)*

2nd New --- 1 --- 2

York

Veteran.

Total 1 6 2 12

First

Brigade.

Second

Brigade.

Lieutenant

Colonel

ANDREW B.

SPURLING.

1st --- --- --- ---

Florida.

2nd --- 1 --- 1

Illinois.

2nd Maine. --- --- 1 2

Total --- 1 1 3

Second

Brigade.

Artillery.

Massachuse --- --- --- ---

tts Light,

2nd

Battery

(B).

Total 1 7 7 15

cavalry.

Total 8 48 3 316

column

from

Pensacola

Bay.+

Captured or missing.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

.

CAVALRY.

LUCAS' DIVISION.

Brigadier General THOMAS

J. LUCAS.

First Brigade.

Colonel MORGAN H.

CHRYSLER.

1st Louisiana. --- 3 21

31st Massachusetts --- --- ---

(mounted infantry).*

2nd New York Veteran. --- --- 3

Total First Brigade. --- 3 24

Second Brigade.

Lieutenant Colonel

ANDREW B. SPURLING.

1st Florida. --- --- ---

2nd Illinois. --- --- 2

2nd Maine. --- --- 3

Total Second Brigade. --- --- 5

Artillery.

Massachusetts Light, 2nd --- --- ---

Battery (B).

Total cavalry. --- 3 29

Total column from --- 3 400

Pensacola Bay+.

RECAPITULATION.

Killed. Wounded.

Command. Officers. Men. Officers. Men.

Siege --- 1 1 18

Train.

Thirteenth 1 85 26 496

Army

Corps.

Sixteenth 4 85 28 493

Army

Corps.

Column 8 48 25 316

from

Pensacola

Bay.

Grand 13 219 80 1.323

total.

Captured or missing.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate.

Siege Train. --- --- 20

Thirteenth Army Corps. 1 34 643

Sixteenth Army Corps. --- 5 615

Column from Pensacola --- 3 400

Bay.

Grand total. 1 42 1.678

OFFICERS KILLLED OR MORTALLY WOUNDED.

ILLINOIS.

Lieutenant Thomas Malloy, 58th Infantry.

INDIANA.

Lieutenant George E. Merchant, 24th Infantry.

IOWA.

Lieutenant Henry Vineyard, 8th Infantry.

KANSAS.

Lieutenant John Bryan, 10th Infantry.

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*At General Canby's headquarters from April 4.

+See also losses of Second and Third Brigade and the artillery of Second Division, Thirteenth Army Corps, p. 111.

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