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Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): chapter 14.98
esult: 19 killed, 1 mortally scalded, 31 severely wounded, 1 severely scalded, 31 slightly wounded or scalded. Total, 83. casualties in the Second attack.--Malvern, 3 killed, 1 wounded; Canonicus, 3 w; Saugus, 1 w; Colorado, 4 k, 17 w, 8 missing; Minnesota, 15 k, 26 w, 2 m; Wabash, 4 k, 22 w, 5 m; Powhatan, 4 k, 17 w, 8 m; Susquehanna, 3 k, 15 w; Brooklyn, 3 w, 2 m; Juniata, 5 k, 10 w; Mohican, 1 k, 11 w; Shenandoah, 6 w, 5 m; Ticonderoga, 2 k, 2 w; Tuscarora, 4 k, 12 w; Kansas, 1 w; Pequot, 3 k, 5 w; Iosco, 2 k, 1 w; Chippewa, 4 k, 4 w; Huron, 5 w; Seneca, 5 w; Iosco, 2 k, 12 w; Mackinaw, 2 w, 2 m; Maratanza, 3 w; Osceola, 3 w; Pawtuxet, 2 w; Pontoosuc, 7 w; Tacony, 4 k, 11 w; Sassacus, 3 k, 3 w; Fort Jackson, 1 k, 10 w; Monticello, 4 k, 4 w; Nereus, 3 k, 3 w; Rhode Island, 8 w, 2 m; Santiago de Cuba, 1 k, 9 w; Vanderbilt, 2 k, 13 w; Gettysburg, 6 k, 6 w; Tristram Shandy, 2 w, 1 m; Montgomery, 2 k, 4 w. Total, k, 82; w, 269; m, 35; grand total, 386. Marching through Georgia.
Cape Fear (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 14.98
e; E, 3d U. S., Lieut. John R. Myrick. Engineers: A, and 1, 15th N. Y., Lieut. K. S. O'Keefe. The effective strength of the force above enumerated was nearly 8000. The loss aggregated 184 killed, 749 wounded, and 22 missing = 955. By the explosion of a magazine the day after the capture there were 25 killed, 66 wounded, and 13 missing. The Confederate Army. General Braxton Bragg (department commander); Major-General W. H. C. Whiting (district commander). defenses, mouth of Cape Fear River, Brig.-Gen. Louis Hebert. Garrison of Fort Fisher, Col. William Lamb, Maj. James M. Stevenson (too ill for duty), Maj. James Reilly: 10th N. C. (1st Artillery), Maj. James Reilly (2 companies: Co. F, Capt. E. D. Walsh, Co. K, Capt. William Shaw); 36th N. C. (2d Artillery), Maj. James M. Stevenson (ill), Capt. Daniel Munn (10 companies: Co. A, Capt. R. J. Murphy, Co. B, Capt. Daniel Munn, Co. C, Capt. K. J. Braddy, Co. D, Capt. E. B. Dudley, Co. E, Capt. O. H. Powell, Co. F, Lieut. E.
Fort Fisher (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 14.98
The opposing forces at Fort Fisher, N. C.: January 13-15, 1865. The Union Army.--Major-General Alfred H. Terry. Second division, twenty-Fourth Army Corps, Bri defenses, mouth of Cape Fear River, Brig.-Gen. Louis Hebert. Garrison of Fort Fisher, Col. William Lamb, Maj. James M. Stevenson (too ill for duty), Maj. James RJ. Lipscomb. According to General Bragg's official report the garrison of Fort Fisher (including reenforcements from the adjacent forts) numbered 1800, and the moapture of 112 officers and 1971 men. Colonel Lamb writes that all present in Fort Fisher, Jan. 13th-15th, including sick, killed, and wounded, numbered 1900. Naval force at Fort Fisher, Dec. 23-26, 1864, and Jan. 13-16, 1865. North Atlantic squadron: Rear-Admiral David D. Porter, Commanding. Lieutenant-Commander K. R.king 4 more guns and 4 more howitzers; grand total, 627. Landing party at Fort Fisher, Jan. 15, 1865: 2261 officers, seamen, and marines. Lieut.-Com. K. R. Bre
er W. Burdett. Shenandoah, 71 men, Lieut. S. W. Nichols. Ticonderoga, 60 men, Ensign G. W. Coffin (w). Tuscarora, 60 men, Lieut. Com. W. N. Allen (w). Kansas, 20 men, Act. Ens. Williams. Pequot, 44 men, Act. Ens. G. Lamb. Yantic, 45 men, Act. Ens. J. C. Lord. Chippewa, 24 men, Act. Ens. G. H. Wood. Huron, 34 men, Lieut.-Com. T. O. Selfridge. Seneca, 29 men, Lieut.-Com. M. Sicard. Iosco, 44 men, Act. Ens. W. Jameson. Mackinaw, 45 men, Acting Master A. J. Louch (w). Maratanza, 51 men, Acting Master J. B. Wood (w). Osceola, 39 men, Act. Ens. J. F. Merry (w). Pawtuxet, 40 men (estimated), Act. Ens. J. A. Slamm. Pontoosuc, 42 men, Act. Ens. L. R. Chester (w). Sassacus, 37 men, Act. Ens. W. H. Mayer. Tacony, 32 men, Act. Ens. J. B. Taney. Fort Jackson, 69 men, Lieut. S. H. Hunt. Monticello, 41 men, Lieut. W. B. Cushing. Nereus, 61 men, Act. Ens. E. G. Dayton. Rhode Island, 47 men, Lieut. F. R. Smith. Santiago de Cuba, 53 men, Lieut. N. H. Farquhar. Vanderbilt, 70 men (estimated), Act. V. Lie
en, Act. Ens. G. H. Wood. Huron, 34 men, Lieut.-Com. T. O. Selfridge. Seneca, 29 men, Lieut.-Com. M. Sicard. Iosco, 44 men, Act. Ens. W. Jameson. Mackinaw, 45 men, Acting Master A. J. Louch (w). Maratanza, 51 men, Acting Master J. B. Wood (w). Osceola, 39 men, Act. Ens. J. F. Merry (w). Pawtuxet, 40 men (estimated), Act. Ens. J. A. Slamm. Pontoosuc, 42 men, Act. Ens. L. R. Chester (w). Sassacus, 37 men, Act. Ens. W. H. Mayer. Tacony, 32 men, Act. Ens. J. B. Taney. Fort Jackson, 69 men, Lieut. S. H. Hunt. Monticello, 41 men, Lieut. W. B. Cushing. Nereus, 61 men, Act. Ens. E. G. Dayton. Rhode Island, 47 men, Lieut. F. R. Smith. Santiago de Cuba, 53 men, Lieut. N. H. Farquhar. Vanderbilt, 70 men (estimated), Act. V. Lieut. J. D. Danels. Gettysburg, 71 men, Lieut. R. H. Lamson (w). Tristram Shandy, 22 men, Act. Ens. B. Wood (w). Montgomery, 37 men, Acting Master W. N. Wells. Total, 2261 men. casualties.--The reports of casualties in the first attack, as collated by the Surgeon-General
Nichols. Ticonderoga, 60 men, Ensign G. W. Coffin (w). Tuscarora, 60 men, Lieut. Com. W. N. Allen (w). Kansas, 20 men, Act. Ens. Williams. Pequot, 44 men, Act. Ens. G. Lamb. Yantic, 45 men, Act. Ens. J. C. Lord. Chippewa, 24 men, Act. Ens. G. H. Wood. Huron, 34 men, Lieut.-Com. T. O. Selfridge. Seneca, 29 men, Lieut.-Com. M. Sicard. Iosco, 44 men, Act. Ens. W. Jameson. Mackinaw, 45 men, Acting Master A. J. Louch (w). Maratanza, 51 men, Acting Master J. B. Wood (w). Osceola, 39 men, Act. Ens. J. F. Merry (w). Pawtuxet, 40 men (estimated), Act. Ens. J. A. Slamm. Pontoosuc, 42 men, Act. Ens. L. R. Chester (w). Sassacus, 37 men, Act. Ens. W. H. Mayer. Tacony, 32 men, Act. Ens. J. B. Taney. Fort Jackson, 69 men, Lieut. S. H. Hunt. Monticello, 41 men, Lieut. W. B. Cushing. Nereus, 61 men, Act. Ens. E. G. Dayton. Rhode Island, 47 men, Lieut. F. R. Smith. Santiago de Cuba, 53 men, Lieut. N. H. Farquhar. Vanderbilt, 70 men (estimated), Act. V. Lieut. J. D. Danels. Gettysburg, 71 men, Lieut. R.
C. H. Hamilton (search for this): chapter 14.98
C. H. Cushman (w) ; Third division, Lieut.-Com. James Parker; Fourth division, Lieut.-Com. T. O. Selfridge. Pioneers, Lieut. S. W. Preston (k).--Malvern, 60 men, Lieut. B. H. Porter (k). Colorado, 218 men, Lieut. H. B. Robeson. Minnesota, 241 men, Lieut.-Com. James Parker. Wabash, 188 men, Lieut.-Com. C. H. Cushman (w). Powhatan, 100 men, Lieut. George M. Bache (w). Susquehanna, 75 men, Lieut.-Com. F. B. Blake. Brooklyn, 70 men (estimated), Act. Ens. D. Cassell; Juniata, 69 men, Acting Master C. H. Hamilton (w). Mohican, 52 men, Acting Master W. Burdett. Shenandoah, 71 men, Lieut. S. W. Nichols. Ticonderoga, 60 men, Ensign G. W. Coffin (w). Tuscarora, 60 men, Lieut. Com. W. N. Allen (w). Kansas, 20 men, Act. Ens. Williams. Pequot, 44 men, Act. Ens. G. Lamb. Yantic, 45 men, Act. Ens. J. C. Lord. Chippewa, 24 men, Act. Ens. G. H. Wood. Huron, 34 men, Lieut.-Com. T. O. Selfridge. Seneca, 29 men, Lieut.-Com. M. Sicard. Iosco, 44 men, Act. Ens. W. Jameson. Mackinaw, 45 men, Acting Master
Adelbert Ames (search for this): chapter 14.98
The opposing forces at Fort Fisher, N. C.: January 13-15, 1865. The Union Army.--Major-General Alfred H. Terry. Second division, twenty-Fourth Army Corps, Brig.-Gen. Adelbert Ames. First Brigade, Col. N. Martin Curtis: 3d N. Y., Capt. James H. Reeve, Lieut. Edwin A. Behan; 112th N. Y., Col. John F. Smith; 117th N. Y., Lieut.-Col. Francis X. Meyer; 142d N. Y., Lieut.-Col. Albert M. Barney. Second Brigade, Col. Galusha Pennypacker, Maj. Oliver P. Harding: 47th N. Y., Capt. Joseph M. McDonald; 48th N. Y., Lieut.-Col. William B. Coan, Maj. Nere A. Elfwing; 76th Pa., Col. John S. Littell, Maj. Charles Knerr; 97th Pa., Lieut. John Wainwright; 203d Pa., Col. John W. Moore, Lieut.-Col. Jonas W. Lyman, Maj. Oliver P. Harding, Capt. Heber B. Essington. Third Brigade, Col. Louis Bell, Col. Alonzo Alden: 13th Ind., Lieut.-Col. Samuel M. Zent; 4th N. H., Capt. John H. Roberts; 115th N. Y., Lieut.-Col. Nathan J. Johnson; 169th N. Y., Col. Alonzo Alden, Lieut.-Col. James A. Colvin. Second Br
S. W. Nichols (search for this): chapter 14.98
. O. Selfridge. Pioneers, Lieut. S. W. Preston (k).--Malvern, 60 men, Lieut. B. H. Porter (k). Colorado, 218 men, Lieut. H. B. Robeson. Minnesota, 241 men, Lieut.-Com. James Parker. Wabash, 188 men, Lieut.-Com. C. H. Cushman (w). Powhatan, 100 men, Lieut. George M. Bache (w). Susquehanna, 75 men, Lieut.-Com. F. B. Blake. Brooklyn, 70 men (estimated), Act. Ens. D. Cassell; Juniata, 69 men, Acting Master C. H. Hamilton (w). Mohican, 52 men, Acting Master W. Burdett. Shenandoah, 71 men, Lieut. S. W. Nichols. Ticonderoga, 60 men, Ensign G. W. Coffin (w). Tuscarora, 60 men, Lieut. Com. W. N. Allen (w). Kansas, 20 men, Act. Ens. Williams. Pequot, 44 men, Act. Ens. G. Lamb. Yantic, 45 men, Act. Ens. J. C. Lord. Chippewa, 24 men, Act. Ens. G. H. Wood. Huron, 34 men, Lieut.-Com. T. O. Selfridge. Seneca, 29 men, Lieut.-Com. M. Sicard. Iosco, 44 men, Act. Ens. W. Jameson. Mackinaw, 45 men, Acting Master A. J. Louch (w). Maratanza, 51 men, Acting Master J. B. Wood (w). Osceola, 39 men, Act. Ens.
William G. Pride (search for this): chapter 14.98
colored troops), Brig.-Gen. Charles J. Paine. Second Brigade, Col. John W. Ames: 4th U. S., Lieut.-Col. George Rogers; 6th U. S., Maj. A. S. Boernstein; 30th U. S., Lieut.-Col. H. A. Oakman; 39th U. S., Col. O. P. Stearns. Third Brigade, Col. Elias Wright: 1st U. S., Lieut.-Col. Giles H. Rich; 5th U. S., Maj. William R. Brazie; 10th U. S., Lieut.-Col. Edward H. Powell; 27th U. S., Col. A. M. Blackman; 37th U. S., Colonel Nathan Goff, Jr. artillery: B, G, and L, 1st Conn. Heavy, Capt. William G. Pride; 16th N. Y. Battery, Capt. Richard H. Lee; E, 3d U. S., Lieut. John R. Myrick. Engineers: A, and 1, 15th N. Y., Lieut. K. S. O'Keefe. The effective strength of the force above enumerated was nearly 8000. The loss aggregated 184 killed, 749 wounded, and 22 missing = 955. By the explosion of a magazine the day after the capture there were 25 killed, 66 wounded, and 13 missing. The Confederate Army. General Braxton Bragg (department commander); Major-General W. H. C. Whiting
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