List of Casualties in the Battle of Pocotaligo, October 23, 1862
|Company I, Eleventh Infantry||2||8||2|
|Captain Allston's Sharpshooters||1||7||2|
|Nelson's Battalion||4||17|| |
|Beaufort Volunteer Artillery||1||13|| |
|Nelson Light Artillery||4||14|| |
|Company A, First Battalion Cavalry|| ||1|| |
|Company B, First Battalion Cavalry||1||9|| |
|Company C, First Battalion Cavalry|| ||1||1|
|Company D, First Battalion Cavalry||1||2|| |
|Rutledge Mounted Riflemen|| ||2|| |
|Charleston Light Dragoons|| ||8|| |
|Partisan Rangers||1||2|| |
|Marion Men of Combahee|| ||6||1|
One lieutenant and two men were captured while on picket, belonging to Company C, First Battalion of Cavalry.
Company I, Eleventh Infantry--killed, wounded and missing; all enlisted men.
's sharpshooters.--Wounded, Captain Allston
, Second Lieutenant M. Stuart
, Third Lieutenant E. P. Carter
, slightly; killed, one enlisted man; three wounded; two missing.
's Battalion.--All enlisted men.
All enlisted men.
Light Artillery.--Wounded, Lieutenant Massie
, severely; enlisted men, four killed, thirteen wounded.
First Battalion cavalry.--Wounded, Major Morgan
, severely; Lieutenant R. M. Skinner
, acting Adjutant
Company A, one enlisted man wounded.
Company B, one enlisted man killed; wounded, Lieutenant P. D. Rush
, slightly; and eight enlisted men. Company C, enlisted men; one wounded and one missing. Company D, enlisted men; one killed and two wounded.
Light Dragoons.--Enlisted men; eight wounded.
Mounted Riflemen.--Enlisted men; two wounded.
Partisan Rangers.--Second Lieutenant W. T. Specs
killed; wounded, Third Lieutenant P. E. Terry
, severely; one enlisted man.
men of Combahee
.--Wounded, six enlisted men, and one missing.