Friday, August 27, 2010

11th Illinois Cavalry

11th Illinois Cavalry[1]

Killed:
Fred Graham (C)[2], Thomas J Lucas (C)[3], First Lieutenant Richard Burns (F)[4], Alexander James Sparks (F)[5], James Walker (F)[6] and Harvey Phelps (M)[7].


Wounded:
Ashel Bumas (E)[8]


Missing:
[1]
[2] Killed at Shiloh, Apr 6, 1862
[3] Killed at Shiloh, Apr 6, 1862
[4] Killed in battle of Shiloh, Apr 1862
[5] Killed at Shiloh, Apr 6, 1862
[6] Died May 15, 1862; wounds
[7] Killed at Shiloh, Apr 19, 1862
[8] Disch, Apr 11, 1862; disabil

Thursday, August 26, 2010

2nd Illinois Cavalry

2nd Illinois Cavalry, Company A & B[1]

Killed:


Wounded:


Missing:
[1] The reports list no casualties for these companies. There were a lot of men who were discharged in the months after Shiloh but it appears none had been wounded at the battle.

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

4th Illinois Cavalry

4th Illinois Cavalry[1]

Killed:
Corporal Charles B Danforth (K)[2].

Wounded:

Missing:


[1] Company B also known as Carmichael's Cavalry Company. Company C also known as Dollin's Cavalry Company. In April 1862, 7 men of this regiment died and another 35 were discharged due to disability. None of these men is listed as having been wounded so it is impossible to state which men were discharged for wounds received at Shiloh, if any.
[2] Died at Mound City, Apr 12, 1862; wounds

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Stewart's Independent Illinois Cavalry Battalion

Stewart's Independent Illinois Cavalry Battalion [1]

Killed:
James N. Weer (C)[2]

Wounded:
Augustus W. Stewart (C)[3], Robert G. Wier (C)[4],

Missing:

[1] Stewart's Independent Cavalry Battalion later became companies A-F of the 15th Illinois Cavalry Regiment. Those six companies had all started out as independent cavalry companies and at the time of Shiloh they were still referred to by their independent designation. The companies which later became Stewart's Battalion were Stewart's, Carmichael's, Dollin's, O'Harnett's and Gilbert's. This info taken from the 15th Illinois Cavalry's roster and company letters are in reference to that organization.
[2] Died at Paducah, Ky., Apr 26, 1862
[3] Discharged, Apr 17, 1862; wounds
[4] Disch. Apr 17, 1862; wounds

Monday, August 23, 2010

2nd Indiana Cavalry

2nd Indiana Cavalry[1]

Killed:


Wounded:
Brusker (L) and Corporal Miller (H).


Missing:
one private, name unknown, from company K

[1] Reports of Officers in Relation to a Recent Battle at Pittsburg Landing. Millwood, NY: Kraus Reprint, 1977. Originally published as U.S. 37th Congress, 2nd session, 1861-1862. Senate. Executive Documents Printed by Order of the Senate of the United States for the Second Session of the Thirty-Seventh Congress, 1861-62. 6 vols. Washington D.C., 1861. p 195. This regiment was not engaged at Shiloh except for men detailed as orderlies in the Army of the Ohio.

Friday, August 20, 2010

18th Wisconsin Infantry

18th Wisconsin Infantry[1]

Killed or Died of Wounds:[2]
Colonel James S. Alban, Major Josiah W. Crane, Marshall Caffeen (A), Corporal Marcenus Gurnee (A), Thomas Leeman (A), Cephus A. Whitmore (A), Hiram E. Bailey (B), William Spencer (B), Samuel Fish (C), William Kettle (C), Norris W. Saxton (C), Samuel Sager (C), George Hicks (D), Milton M. Stewart (D), Reuben Edminster (E), George W. Evans (E), Corporal John E. Field (E), Isaac Levisee (E), Clifton G. Merrill (E), Otis A Cotton (F), Ambrose Felton (F)[3], Henry I. Jenkins (F), Robert McWilliams (F), Hartley Onderdonk (F), Captain John H. Compton (G), A. M. Coon (G), Edward B. Ballou (H), Joseph H. Garlap (H), Eugene Gay (H), Solomon Mansfield (H), Clark P. Walker (H), Morris C. Cook (I), Sergeant Rensler Cronk (I), Alfred Q. Edson (I), George W. Hillman (I), Corporal Thomas Laskey (I), John Louth (I), Benjamin W. Shaver (I), John Topp (I) and Jefferson Kingsley (I)[4].



Wounded:[5]
Lieutenant Colonel Beal, Acting Adjutant Edward Coleman, D. C. Bailey (A), Richard H. Heart (A), Leander Depuy (A), Ludwig Hulzer (A), J. Kocher (A), Alf. Losey (A), O.R. Norris (A), Lieutenant Thomas J. Potter (A), G. W. Sparks (A), Corporal C. C. Whitney (A), E. Combs (B), F.M. Bailey (B), Philip Singer (C)[6], H. Clary (C)[7], W.W. Dikeman (C), John Kickpatrick (C), Hiram Moody (C)[8], Pattrick Moody (C)[9], Laughlin Quinn (C)[10], Benjamin F. Rants (C), J.J. Swain (C), Augustus Singer (C)[11], Henry Beach (D), Ephraim Croker (D), Andrew Elickson (D)[12], John Gary (D), Ezra Hankabout (D), John D. Jewell (D), Charles Molla (D), C. N. Sprout (D), Thomas Stevenson (D)[13], Corporal John Williams (D)[14], Hugh C. Wilson (D), Captain William Bremmer (E), Corporal Orrin Clough (E), John Harris (E), S.R. Hayner (E), Ed. L. Kent (E), John Kinney (E), George S. Martin Jr. (E), William H. Sherwin (E), Albert Taylor (E), Lieutenant George Walbridge (E), Walter Whittiker (E), George Durr (F), Ambrose Felton (F), George Gould (F), Homer K. Nichols (F)[15], Eli R. Northam (F), James W. Samphier (F), James M. Stanton (F)[16], Napoleon Whitman (F), D.M. Wilson (F), Joseph Bullock (G), John S. Eaton (G), Edward Durkee (G), A.G. Loomis (G), Stephen H. Snyder (G)[17], Sameul Bixby (H), John Cary (H)[18], E.T. Chamberlain (H), B.W. Coates (H), F. Decell (H), Abram Devore (H), Gideon F. Devore (H), A.F. Dowd (H), Sergeant Albert Gates (H), John C. Horton (H), Zadock K. Mallory (H), Edwin Potts (H), Lieutenant S.D. Woodworth (H)[19], Sergeant Samuel C. Alban (I), S. Bennett (I), Ferdinand Benta (I), Peter Calahan (I), Adrastus Cook (I), Cornelius Devere (I), George Dexter (I), Frederick Everson (I), William H. Ferguson (I), Oliver Gunderson (I), E.M. Haight (I), John N. James (I), S. Langdon (I), James Leitch (I), Duncan McCloud (I), W. Miller (I), S.W.M. Smith (I), Albert Turck (I), Ferdinando Councilman (K), William P. Green (K) and William Lowe (K).


Captured:[20]
James B Abbs (A), Sergeant James Alexander (A), Elisha Alexander (A), Henry Hale Coffeen (A), John Farrall (A), Perry A Hart (A), Joseph Holletz (A), Bryan Kelley (A), Theron Mack (A), Captain James P Millard (A), Charles F Scott (A), John H Shoemaker (A), Benjamin Smith (A), Adam Utting (A), Eli Wiggins (A), Herbert D Whitney (A), Mahlon I Bussy (B), Charles H Cottle (B), Michael HB Cunningham (B), John Davis (B), Sergeant Samuel S Frowe (B), Albert M Green (B), Hiram Hitchcock (B), First Lieutenant Thomas A Jackson (B), Andrew J Lucia (B), Redmond McGuire (B), Joseph L Show (B), Wilbur F Wilder (B), Hiram W Wright (B), Levi Allen (C)[21], Jospeh H Brightman (C)[22], Peter S Campbell (C), William Cleary (C), John S Dickson (C)[23], Sergeant Thomas Fretwell (C), Joseph E Gander (C), John S Gray (C), Gould Hickok (C)[24], John James (C), Captain Newton M Layne (C), William Loucks (C), James McClelland (C), Corporal Samuel McMichael (C), James B Merrill (C), John C Metcalf (C), Nelson Mills (C), Jasper N Powell (C), Laughlin Quinn (C)[25], John J Ross (C), George W Taylor (C), Orrin Tooker (C), Byron Carey (D), Sergeant Charles Clouse (D), Alexander Currier (D), Andrew Elickson (D)[26], First Sergeant Leroy H Farr (D), Captain George A Fisk (D), Select Freeman (D), Ziba Hoard (D), Joseph G Hunter (D), Anthony Lamb (D), James Osborn Sr. (D), James Osborn Jr. (D), William Robinson (D), Amisa Smith (D), Thomas Stevenson (D)[27], Sergeant Eri P Sweet (D), Stephen Tritten (D), Gilbert Tuttle (D), Corporal John Williams (D)[28], First Lieutenant Dewitt C Wilson (D), Thomas G Bacon (E), Joel S Beadle (E), John Berry (E), William G Blair (E), Sherwood W Butterfield (E), William W Campbell (E), Alfred Doolittle (E), George Drake (E), Samuel Drake (E), August Feist (E), Edward Hugo (E), Phillip Marx (E), Aaron L Rand (E), Truman Rice (E), Robert Richards (E), Adam J Spawn (E), Charles H Tucker (E), William Ward (E), Andrew J Welton (E), Aurora Dill (F), Ambrose Felton (F)[29], Gilbert Fish (F), Joseph S Frank (F), Adoniram J Frost (F), Mathias Hadt (F), Stephen Hartwell (F), Frederick Hartung (F), First Sergeant John N Hoaglin (F), John P Honeker (F), Ezra Hull (F), Levi Minckler (F), Homer K. Nichols (F)[30], Nathaniel A Osgood (F), John Pearson (F), Corydon F Rexford (F), Lewis Shiney (F), John Stever (F), Marshal H Tenney (F), Henry Todd (F), Richard Trexell (F), James Wolcott (F), Mitchell Arquett (G), Da Barker Jr. (G), Fayette Burgett (G), John Delaney (G), Joseph Gill (G), Corporal William Granger (G), Orville A Hall (G), Robert M Hill (G), Corporal Henry W Jackson (G), Anthony Jentesse (G), Maxime LeBreche (G), Edwin H McDougall (G), Dennis Murphy (G), Augustus Otto (G), John J Quick (G), Ole Thomason (G), Stephen H. Snyder (G)[31], Peter T Whitman (G), Dudley Wilcox (G), Henry H Bass (H), James Berry (H), Joseph C Blakeslee (H), John Cary (H)[32], Willett S Cottrill (H), John Devore (H), Stephen Field (H), Enoch Foster (H), Orlando J Halstin (H), Hugh Hannah (H), Jackson Henshaw (H), Daniel Leitch (H), Collin Leitch (H), Edward J Osborne (H), William Reed (H), Captain David H Saxton (H), Charles Sexton (H), Alvin M Smith (H), Charles Spencer (H), Charles Weller (H), Darwin B White (H), James A Winans (H), Lieutenant S.D. Woodworth (H)[33], Joseph M Brown (I), Allen Church (I), John Cook (I), Samuel Dale (I), First Lieutenant Ira H Ford (I), Jefferson Kingsley (I)[34], Peter Mead (I), Daniel E Newton (I), Ole Severson (I), Second Lieutenant Ogden A Southmayd (I), Evan H Williams (I), Jeremiah Baldock (K), Robert H Bold (K), Nathan Brazier (K), Hamilton Cummings (K), John Fallon (K), James Flynn (K), Jared SW Pardee (K), Corporal Willis T Sage (K), John QA Soper (K) and First Sergeant John Stumpf (K).


[1] This individual casualty report is derived from the Roster of Wisconsin Volunteers, Wisconsin Monument Commission Report and the 1865 Adjutant General’s Report. The pertinent pages of each are; Roster (Vol 2) pp. 83-101, Adjutant Report pp. 299-303 and Commission Report pp. 68-72. Additional notes from Nanzig, Thomas P, ed. The Badax Tigers: From Shiloh to the Surrender with the 18th Wisconsin Volunteers. (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2002) pp 42-3.
[2] Killed and died of wounds list taken from commission report and checked against the roster and adjutant’s report.
[3] Roster says prisoner and died in Macon, GA.
[4] Roster says missing
[5] Wounded list taken from roster and commission report. No mention of wounded made in adjutant’s report.
[6] Only listed in Nanzig, The Badax Tigers.
[7] Not listed in Nanzig, The Badax Tigers.
[8] Not listed in Nanzig, The Badax Tigers.
[9] Not listed in Nanzig, The Badax Tigers.
[10] Roster says prisoner. Nanzig, The Badax Tigers says wounded.
[11] Not listed in Nanzig, The Badax Tigers.
[12] Also prisoner
[13] Roster says prisoner
[14] Also prisoner
[15] Also prisoner
[16] Roster says died of wounds.
[17] Roster says prisoner
[18] Roster says prisoner
[19] Roster says prisoner
[20] Prisoner list taken from roster. No mention of prisoners made in adjutant’s report or in commission report.
[21] Not listed in Nanzig, The Badax Tigers.
[22] Listed as a corporal in Nanzig, The Badax Tigers.
[23] Listed as a sergeant in Nanzig, The Badax Tigers.
[24] Listed as a corporal in Nanzig, The Badax Tigers.
[25] Roster says wounded. Not listed in Nanzig, The Badax Tigers.
[26] Also wounded
[27] Roster says wounded
[28] Also wounded
[29] Roster says wounded and died in Macon, GA.
[30] Also wounded
[31] Roster says wounded
[32] Roster says wounded
[33] Roster says wounded
[34] Roster says missing

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

16th Wisconsin Infantry

16th Wisconsin Infantry[1]

Killed or Died of Wounds:[2]
George M. Camp (A), John Crank (A)[3], Joshua Eldridge (A), Cyrus B Howe (A), John Lerch (A), Corporal James W Marshall (A)[4], James Patterson (A), Captain Edward Saxe (A), First Lieutenant Cooley Smith (A), William P Walbridge (A), Sergeant John H. Williams (A), Charles Dart (B)[5], Ever S Evenson (B), Corporal Timothy H. Morris (B), Henry Powers (B), Joseph C Quiner (B)[6], August W Filke (C)[7], Henry Holton (C), Malcolm McMillan (C), Garret O Post (C), Sergeant James P. Wilson (C), Milo Farrington (D), Harrison Fuller (D), Alfonso Harrington (D), Captain Oliver D Pease (D), Corporal William M. Taylor (D), August Wollem (D), Corporal Augustus Caldwell (E), Sergeant Joseph L. Holcomb (E)[8], Michael Kennedy (E)[9], Lewis E Knight (E)[10], Philo Perry (E)[11], Erwin Rider (E)[12], Samuel Smith (E), Henry L Thomas (E)[13], Sergeant Almon Webster (E), Color Sergeant John P. Willis (E)[14], Jonathan Bennett (F), Harrison E Carey (F), Hiram Huggins (F), Samuel Long (F), John McNown (F), Anthony Morse (F), Franklin Prevey (F), Lyman Stilson (F), William Archer (G), Corporal Noah Barnum (G), Lewis R Belknapp (G), Oliver H Browning (G), Charles H Francisco (G)[15], John L Henegan (G), Charles Mauck (G), Corporal James V. Walker (G), Sergeant Henry Babcock (H), John Blair (H), George H Haskins (H), Orville Herrick (H), Charles Hodge (H), Richard Leigh (H), George Lincoln (H), Corporal George J Rashaw (H), Livius Raymond (H), George Skeels (H), Sergeant Asa D Thompson (H), William Austin (I), George Bucchill (I), Alonzo Clifford (I), Harrison C Howard (I), Corporal John C Long (I), John Solomon (I), Corporal William V Turck (I), First Lieutenant Charles H Vail (I), Morgan F Wooding (I), William A Clark (K), Corporal Ephraim Cooper (K), John Hennesey (K), Corporal Samuel Gunther (K), Thomas Manning (K), John Murphy (K), Stoel A Tousley (K), William H Tousley (K) and Corporal Orlando J Valentine (K).


Wounded:[16]
Colonel Benjamin Allen, Lieutenant Colonel Cassius Fairchild, Reuben Billings (A), Peter Bird (A), James O Champlin (A), George Cronk (A)[17], Luman Hall (A), Bodine Hawley (A)[18], James H Kellogg (A), John Michaels (A), Peter Nelson (A), John A Smith (A), Thomas T Warren (A), Newton Whitman (A), Joab Brobst (B), Horace Chapin (B), Peter W Cross (B), Ezra M Ellis (B), Hiram F Hanes (B), Corporal Albert A Hoskin (B), Jacob Jargenson (B), Henry Nancarson (B), First Sergeant Eber G Wheeler (B), Henry CM Gould (C), Frederick Grobman (C), Joseph W Hampton (C), Second Lieutenant Paschal M Hovey (C), William J Kruschke (C), Max Mertz (C), Captain Horace D Patch (C), Corporal Frederick Rex (C), William H Stevens (C), Corporal Henry A Turner (C), John S Bean (D), Alvin W Cook (D), Dennis Delanty (D), Joseph Edwards (D), Josiah W Fields (D), Herman Gerecke (D), William Hamilton (D), James M Lyons (D), Newton R Towsley (D), Oscar R Bronson (E), Jesse Crouch (E), Hosea Hugoboom (E), Henry Lininger (E), James McPheeters (E), Daniel O Miltimore (E), Aaron Newcomb (E), Corporal Robert D Sparks (E), Perry R Stivers (E), Franklin Stowell (E), William O Bassett (F), Corporal Stephen Bailey (F), George Birdsill (F), Ebenezer Bowker (F), Francis E Brink (F), Lorenzo Claflin (F), Sergeant Erastus A Devan (F), John Duckworth (F), Archibald McCall (F), John McIntire (F), Corporal Joseph McMurtry (F), Samuel Monroe (F), Charles Moore (F), Ole Nielson (F), Sergeant Edwin W Persons (F), Samuel C Plummer (F), Corporal George Speed (F), Julius Thatcher (F), Captain Harrison V Train (F), Edward Trumble (F), Corporal William HH Beebe (G), Sergeant Andrew Chambers (G), Sanders Cochrane (G), Sergeant James Crawford (G), John D Francisco (G), Peter L Francisco (G), Sergeant John M Jones (G), Corporal Jackson P Long (G), Ashabel Loomis (G), David B McCourtie (G), Thomas McGillin (G), First Sergeant Michael E O’Connell (G), George O’Dell (G), John T Pearsons (G), George W Ritter (G), Corporal James Smith (G), William Smith (G), John Tomlinson (G), John B VanVleck (G), Captain John R Wheeler (G), Hiram Bell (H), Levi S Bennett (H), Charles Bump (H), David Collier (H), Sergeant David W Dalrymple (H), Charles Doolittle (H), John W Haskins (H), John Lamb (H), William H Rice (H), Leander Roberts (H), Robert W Sanders (H), William Suring (H), Corporal Hezekiah White (H), Frank E Wicks (H), Edgar Wood (H), Frederick A Cherry (I), Philip H Dunphy (I), Jacob Fawsett (I), Charles S French (I), Henry C Hall (I), Michael Hassley (I), Frederick S Haughawout (I), August Link (I), George Long (I), George W Pease (I), Thomas Pendergrass (I), Lemuel Phelps (I), Second Lieutenant David G Purman (I), Morgan J Smith (I), Sergeant William HH Townsend (I), Edward D Bradford (K), John Clark (K), Anthony Collins (K), First Sergeant John L Derickson (K), Robert H Ingersoll (K), Gregory Janish (K), Elijah D King (K)[19], Lars Nelson (K), Edward M O’Neil (K)[20], James Reeves (K), Selby Trumbell (K)[21], Second Lieutenant David F Vail (K), Benjamin F Walker (K), Corporal Thomas Wildman (K) and Captain George C. Williams (K)[22] and Corporal Geo. W. Hedding (K)[23], Wm. Cooper (K)[24], Cornelius Murphy (K)[25],

Captured:[26]
George Cronk (A)[27], Bodine Hawley (A)[28], Aaron D Hollenbeck (A), Aaron Hollenbeck (B), Max Mertz (C), Jonathan Ellsworth (F), Freeman Pearsoll (F) and Benjamin L Dean (H)[29].




Missing in Action:[30]
Joseph Dexter (B), Jesse Hills (B), Lewis Fleischbin (D), Chester W Haskins (D), Lewis Pettit (E)[31], John A Ferguson (F), James Rands (G), Willaim B Parks (H), George M Porter (H), Mills Redfield (H) and John Weigle (I).


[1] This individual casualty report is derived from the Roster of Wisconsin Volunteers, Wisconsin Monument Commission Report and the 1865 Adjutant General’s Report. The pertinent pages of each are; Roster (Vol 2) pp. 1-48, Adjutant Report pp. 273-281 and Commission Report pp. 45-7. Some Company G information found on www.prenticenet.com/news/99/shiloh.htm, accessed March 6, 2001. Some Company K information found on www.rootsweb.com/~wiozauke/WarHistory/OzRiflesCh3.html, accessed August 20, 2004. This Ozaukee website was a reprint from The Port Washington Star, by Daniel E. McGinley, first printed July 11, 1896.
[2] Killed and died of wounds list taken from commission report and checked against the roster and adjutant’s report.
[3] Commission says died of wounds. Adjutant and roster say died of disease.
[4] Died while a prisoner. Not clear if he died of wounds or disease.
[5] Adjutant says died of disease. Roster and commission says died of wounds.
[6] Headstone in Shiloh cemetery says Joseph C. Quinn.
[7] Adjutant says died of disease. Roster and commission says died of wounds.
[8] Member of color guard.
[9] Wounded and captured. Died of wounds while a prisoner.
[10] Member of color guard.
[11] Member of color guard.
[12] Member of color guard.
[13] Member of color guard.
[14] Member of color guard.
[15] Adjutant and commission say killed in action. Roster says given disability discharge on October 29, 1862. Website, www.prenticenet.com/news/99/shiloh.htm, says killed. Is buried in the Shiloh cemetery so while that only confirms that he died it does not confirm that he was killed in the battle. It is possible that shortly after his discharge he died and was then buried in the Shiloh cemetery.
[16] Wounded list taken from roster. No mention of wounded made in adjutant’s report or in commission report.
[17] Also listed as captured.
[18] Also listed as captured.
[19] Ozaukee newspaper says mortally wounded.
[20] Ozaukee newspaper says mortally wounded.
[21] Ozaukee newspaper says corporal.
[22] Colonel Allen is only one to mention Williams' wounding. The Roster only says that he was enlisted, commissioned and resigned. Letter from Colonel Allen to August Gaylord, dated May 6, 1862.
[23] Ozaukee newspaper says wounded.
[24] Ozaukee newspaper says wounded.
[25] Ozaukee newspaper says wounded.
[26] Prisoner list taken from roster. No mention of prisoners made in adjutant’s report or in commission report.
[27] Also listed as wounded.
[28] Also listed as wounded.
[29] Died while a prisoner
[30] Missing list taken from commission report and checked against roster. No mention of missing made in adjutant’s report. Letter from Colonel Allen to August Gaylord, dated May 6, 1862. Allen writes, "Of the missing, some have been heard from by other regiments saying that they had buried some of them. They knew them by the number on their caps and buttons on their coats."
[31] Louis Pettis of company D is listed as missing in the roster. There is no Pettit or Pettis in company E.