Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Acting Lieutenant George P. Lord” in chapter 24 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:

...commander of a ship of war in battle. This idea cost him his life, for he was struck with a fifty-pound rifle shell which tore away the muscles of his right arm and breast. His executive officer, Acting Lieutenant George P. Lord , was severely wounded, and ten of the crew were killed and wounded. It was impossible for gun-boats alone to capture the works at Haines' Bluff, as but one vessel at a time could operate against ...
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