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William F. Fox, Lt. Col. U. S. V., Regimental Losses in the American Civil War, 1861-1865: A Treatise on the extent and nature of the mortuary losses in the Union regiments, with full and exhaustive statistics compiled from the official records on file in the state military bureaus and at Washington 94 2 Browse Search
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he second highest in the list of infantry regiments having the greatest number killed in battle, is the Eighty-third Pennsylvania, which lost 282 officers and men who died while fighting for the Union. This was a Fifth Corps regiment, serving in Morell's — afterwards Griffin's--First Division. Two of its Colonels were killed, and a third was badly wounded and crippled for life. It was a splendid regiment, well officered and well drilled. It suffered a severe loss in killed, by percentage, as xth 1324 169 12.7 56th Massachusetts Stevenson's Ninth 1047 126 12.0 57th Massachusetts Stevenson's Ninth 1052 201 19.1 58th Massachusetts Potter's Ninth 1032 139 13.4 1st Michigan (S. S.) Willcox's Ninth 1101 137 12.4 1st Michigan Morell's Fifth 1329 187 14.0 2d Michigan Willcox's Ninth 1725 225 13.0 3d Michigan Birney's Third 1238 158 12.7 4th Michigan Griffin's Fifth 1325 189 14.2 5th Michigan Birney's Third 1883 263 13.9 7th Michigan Gibbon's Second 1315 208 15.
rron's ------ 88 9th Massachusetts Gaines's Mill Morell's Fifth 87 8th U. S. Colored Olustee Seymour's TGetty's Sixth 84 22d Massachusetts Gaines's Mill Morell's Fifth 84 13th U. S. Colored Nashville Cruft's cClernand's ------ 78 16th Michigan Gaines' Mill Morell's Fifth 78 118th Pennsylvania Shepherdstown MoreMorell's Fifth 78 7th New Hampshire This regiment appears again in this same list. Fort Wagner Seymour's Tenldwell's Second 61 83d Pennsylvania Gaines' Mill Morell's Fifth 61 6th U. S. Colored Chaffin's Farm Pains Birney's Second 54 18th Massachusetts Manassas Morell's Fifth 54 37th Massachusetts Wilderness Getty's Sixth 54 1st Michigan Manassas Morell's Fifth 54 4th Michigan Malvern Hill Morell's Fifth 54 18th U.Morell's Fifth 54 18th U. S. Infantry Chickamauga Baird's Fourteenth 54 10th Vermont Cold Harbor Ricketts's Sixth 54 2d Iowa Fortardson's Second 50 83d Pennsylvania Malvern Hill Morell's Fifth 50 12th Missouri Vicksburg (May 22) Stee
tysburg Gibbon's 239 38 15+ 18th Massachusetts Manassas Morell's 421 54 12+ 19th Massachusetts Gettysburg Gibbon's 141p Torbert's 140 17 12+ 1st Michigan (Infantry) Manassas Morell's 320 55 17+ 2d Michigan Knoxville Ferrero's 150 28 18+ork Antietam Rodman's 373 54 14+ 13th New York Manassas Morell's 240 45 18+ 22d New York Manassas Hatch's 379 46 12+ 25th New York Hanover C. H. Morell's 349 41 11+ 26th New York Fredericksburg Gibbon's 300 51 17+ 28th New York Cedartietam Sedgwick's 345 58 16+ 44th New York Malvern Hill Morell's 225 23 10+ 48th New York Fort Wagner Seymour's 516 83ksburg Hancock's 261 46 17+ 83d Pennsylvania Seven Days Morell's 554 111 Of this number, 61 were killed or mortally woere lost at Malvern Hill. 20+ 83d Pennsylvania Manassas Morell's 224 26 10+ 84th Pennsylvania Kernstown Shield's 260 3g Hancock's 247 25 10+ 118th Pennsylvania Shepherdstown Morell's 737 78 10+ 121st Pennsylvania Gettysburg Doubleday's
in the service which lost 8 or more officers killed in any one engagement: Regiment. Battle. Division. Corps. Officers Killed. 7th New Hampshire Fort Wagner Seymour's Tenth 11 7th New York Fredericksburg Hancock's Second 9 22d New York Manassas Hatch's First 9 59th New York Antietam Sedgwick's Second 9 145th Pennsylvania Fredericksburg Hancock's Second 9 43d Illinois Shiloh McClernand's ---- 8 87th Indiana Chickamauga Brannan's Fourteenth 8 1st Michigan Manassas Morell's Fifth 8 14th New Hampshire Opequon Grover's Nineteenth 8 24th Michigan Gettysburg Wadsworth's First 8 120th New York Gettysburg Humphreys's Third 8 In addition, mention should be made of the loss of officers in the heavy artillery at certain battles. The First Maine H. A. lost 12 officers, killed or wounded, at Spotsylvania. May 19th, of whom 6 were killed or mortally wounded; and at Petersburg, June 18th, the same regiment lost 32 officers, killed or wounded, of whom 10 l
ifth Corps of history is the one which wore the Maltese Cross. It was permanently organized, with General Fitz John Porter as the corps commander, and with Generals Morell and Sykes in command of the two divisions. The first battle of the corps occurred at Hanover Court House, Va., May 27, 1862, an engagement in which Morell'Morell's Division stood the brunt of the fighting, and won a creditable victory. On May 31st, the returns showed 17,546 present for duty. On June 14th its ranks were increased by the accession of McCall's Division of Pennsylvania Reserves, 9,500 strong, which served with the Fifth Corps during the Peninsular campaign, but left it upon imental loss, in killed and wounded, in Pope's entire Army at that battle, occurring in the Duryee Zouaves, one of Porter's regiments. The two small divisions of Morell and Sykes sustained a loss there of 331 killed, 1,362 wounded, and 456 missing; a total of 2,151, out of about 6,500 engaged; Griffin's Brigade not being in actio
, and crack regiments like the Fifth New Hampshire, the One Hundred and Fortieth Pennsylvania, and the Sixty-fourth New York. Over 14,000 men were killed or wounded in this division during the war; yet it never numbered 8,000 muskets, and often could muster only half of that. After the charge on Marye's Heights it numbered only 2,800. Close to it, however, in point of loss stands Gibbon's (2d) Division Formerly Sedgwick's. of the Second Corps, and Griffin's (1st) Division Formerly Morell's. of the Fifth Corps. The heaviest loss sustained by any division in any one battle, occurred in Getty's (2d) Division, Sixth Corps, at the Wilderness, where that divison lost 480 killed, 2,318 wounded, and 196 missing; total, 2,994. Gibbon's Division, at Gettysburg, lost 344 killed, 1,197 wounded, and 101 missing; total, 1,642, out of 3,773 engaged — a loss of 43.5 per cent. Vermont Brigade. The greatest loss of life in any one brigade during the war occurred in the Vermont B
n. It was assigned to Griffin's (2d) Brigade, Morell's (1st) Division, Fifth Corps, a division famoIt served there in Martindale's (1st) Brigade, Morell's (1st) Division, Fitz John Porter's Corps. Il. It was assigned to Griffin's (2d) Brigade, Morell's (1st) Division, Fifth Corps; four more compa regiment was then in Butterfield's Brigade of Morell's (1st) Division. Two new companies (C and E)d up the Peninsula, then in Griffin's Brigade, Morell's Division, Fifth Corps, in which command it fork, it was assigned to Butterfield's Brigade, Morell's Division, Fifth Corps. Colonel McLane was kit Michigan Infantry. Martindale's Brigade — Morell's Division--Fifth Corps. (1) Col. John C. Fort Monroe, and thence up the Peninsula with Morell's (1st) Division, Fifth Corps. At Gaines's Mihe Second Brigade (Griffin's), First Division (Morell's), Fifth Corps, in which it remained, with ocy General Butterfield, and the division by General Morell. The regiment suffered a severe loss at G
May 27, 1862.             25th New York Morell's Fifth 28 79 51 158 44th New York Morell'sMorell's Fifth 27 59 -- 86 Fair Oaks, Va.             May 31--June 1, 1862.             61st Pennsyune 27, 1862.             9th Massachusetts Morell's Fifth 57 149 25 231 16th New York Slocum'Morell's Fifth 58 108 117 283 16th Michigan Morell's Fifth 47 114 53 214 12th U. S. Infantry Sykes's Fifth 38 110 14 162 83d Pennsylvania Morell's Fifth 46 51 99 196 Savage Station, Va.     July 1, 1862.             4th Michigan Morell's Fifth 41 100 23 164 83d Pennsylvania MoreMorell's Fifth 33 115 18 166 14th New York Morell's Fifth 22 103 --- 125 Murfreesboro, Tenn.      Morell's Fifth 22 103 --- 125 Murfreesboro, Tenn.             July 13, 1862.             9th Michigan Crittenden's ---------- 11 89 37 137 Baton Rire Reno's Ninth 30 117 70 217 1st Michigan Morell's F. J. Porter's Porter's regiments were smirst time. 33 114 31 178 18th Massachusetts Morell's F. J. Porter's 34 106 29 169 26th New Yo
        1st Rhode Island--                   June, ‘61 A--Tompkins's Reenlisted. 1 12 13   5 5 18 Sedgwick's Second. Aug., ‘61 B--Hazard's Reenlisted. 1 13 14   15 15 29 Howard's Second. Aug., ‘61 C--Weeden's   19 19   8 8 27 Morell's Fifth. Sept., ‘61 D--Monroe's Reenlisted.   10 10   12 12 22 Doubleday's First. Sept., ‘61 E--Randolph's Reenlisted.   17 17   12 12 29 Birney's Third. Oct., ‘61 F--Belger's Reenlisted.   10 10   17 17 27   Eighteenth. D Infantry.                   May, ‘61 1st Michigan Three-months' service, 1861; engaged at First Bull Run. 3 3 6   3 3 9 Heintzelman's McDowell's. Sept., ‘61 1st Michigan Reenlisted and served through the war. 15 172 187 1 149 150 337 Morell's Fifth. May, ‘61 2d Michigan Reenlisted and served through the war. 11 214 225 4 143 147 372 Willcox's Ninth. June, ‘61 3d Michigan 4 154 158 2 89 91 249 Birney's Third. Oct., ‘64 3d M