Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Col. S. H. Griffin” in chapter 12, page 123 of John Dimitry , A. M., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 10.1, Louisiana:
...d one lieutenant killed, Col. L. D. Marks dangerously, Maj. A. S. Norwood, one captain and one lieutenant wounded.
In the Twenty-eighth, one lieutenant killed and three wounded. In the Thirty-first Col. S. H. Griffin killed.
Lieut.-Col. Madison Rogers, Seventeenth, was killed early in the siege.
No field-officer of the Twenty-eighth was left at the surrender.
The loss in killed and wounded in Shoup's brigad...
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