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unded, 685; Died in Confederate prisons (previously included), 31.
battles. K. & M. W. battles. K. & M. W.
Secessionville, S. C. 27 Ware Bottom Church, Va. 3
Pinckney Island, S. C. 5 Petersburg, Va., June 16, 1864 16
Morris Island, S. Ch at Port Royal, S. C. Remaining at Hilton Head and its vicinity, the regiment was not under fire until the affair at Secessionville, June 16, 1862, where, under command of Colonel Jackson, it established a reputation for gallantry and efficiency.
I, brother of the Secretary of War, was killed there while in command of the regiment.
At the battle of James Island (Secessionville), it was in Stevens's Division, and lost 110 men there out of 474 engaged.
In August, 1862, the gallant regiment fou to Annapolis, where it embarked with Sherman's Expedition for Hilton Head, S. C. In the assault on the earthworks at Secessionville (James Island), June 16, 1862, the regiment signally distinguished itself.
The brigade — in Stevens's Division — was