Extracted from Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Kansas, Vol. 1. - 1861-1865. Leavenworth, Kansas: Bulletin Co-operative Printing Company, Chicago. 1867.

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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.

Commissioned by the President.

p. xxix-xxx

CASUALTIES IN KANSAS REGIMENTS DURING THE WAR

FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY

  Killed Died of
Wounds
Deaths by
Disease
Deserted Discharged
for Disability
Dishonorably
Discharged
Dis-
miss-
ed
Cash-
iered
Re-
signed
Missing
  Officers Enlisted men Officers Enlisted men Officers Enlisted men Officers Enlisted men Officers Enlisted men Officers Enlisted men Officers Officers Officers Officers Enlisted men
Field and Staff                         1   7    
Non-
Commissioned Staff
              1                  
Regimental Band                   1              
Company A   5       10   17   13         2    
Company B 1 1   1   4   16   15   1     1    
Company C   10   10   11   31   25   1     3    
Company D 1 6   1   10   25   14         2    
Company E 2 12   6   9   23   24   1     5    
Company F 1 12   2   11   20 1 28         1    
Company G   5   2   9   26   21         3    
Company H 1 18   5   7   36   19     1   5    
Company I 1 12   3   10   20   23         3    
Company K 2 3   4   3   15   20         2    
Veteran Battalion, First Regiment                             1    
Company B 1         9   5   1         1    
Company D 1 2       1   3   5   1     1    
Total 11 86   34   94   238 1 209   4 2   36    

 

p. xxxi

SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY (Three Months)

  Killed Died of
Wounds
Deaths by
Disease
Deserted Discharged
for Disability
Dishonorably
Discharged
Dis-
miss-
ed
Cash-
iered
Re-
signed
Missing
  Officers Enlisted men Officers Enlisted men Officers Enlisted men Officers Enlisted men Officers Enlisted men Officers Enlisted men Officers Officers Officers Officers Enlisted men
Field and Staff                             1    
Company A   2           2             1    
Company B                   4              
Company C                   1         1    
Company D     1 2           1         1    
Company E   1       1                     1
Company F       1   1   1                  
Company G 1             1                  
Company H   1   3       2                  
Company I                                  
Company K       1           1              
Total 1 4 1 7   2   6   7         4   1

 

p. xxxii-xxxiii

SECOND REGIMENT CAVALRY

  Killed Died of
Wounds
Deaths by
Disease
Deserted Discharged
for Disability
Dishonorably
Discharged
Dis-
miss-
ed
Cash-
iered
Re-
signed
Missing
  Officers Enlisted men Officers Enlisted men Officers Enlisted men Officers Enlisted men Officers Enlisted men Officers Enlisted men Officers Officers Officers Officers Enlisted men
Field and Staff         1               1   2    
Non-Commissioned Staff           1   1   2              
Company A           5   9   11              
Company B           6   6   5             1
Company C   3       13 1 24   4         2    
Company D 1 6   1   10   21   10         2    
Company E   3       8   9   3              
Company F   6   5   9   15   12         1    
Company G   6       13   22   10              
Company H   9   2   4   13   8   1          
Company I   4   3   9   36   10   1     4    
Company K   9       4   11   12             6
Company L   3 1 1   9   20   2             1
New Company C   1       1   1             2    
New Company D           1   3   2         1    
Total 1 50 1 12 1 93 1 191   91   2 1 14   8

The Third and Fourth Regiments were consolidated in March, 1862, and called the Tenth Infantry.

Extracted from Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Kansas, Vol. 1. - 1861-1865. Leavenworth, Kansas: Bulletin Co-operative Printing Company, Chicago. 1867.

Return to Volume 1 Index.


CASUALTIES IN KANSAS REGIMENTS DURING THE WAR
FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY | SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY (Three Months) | SECOND REGIMENT CAVALRY
FIFTH REGIMENT CAVALRY | SIXTH REGIMENT CAVALRY | SEVENTH REGIMENT CAVALRY | EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY
NINTH REGIMENT CAVALRY | TENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY | ELEVENTH REGIMENT CAVALRY | TWELFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY
THIRTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY | FOURTEENTH REGIMENT CALVARY | FIFTEENTH REGIMENT CALVARY | SIXTEENTH REGIMENT CALVARY
FIRST KANSAS COLORED INFANTRY | SECOND KANSAS COLORED INFANTRY | LIGHT ARTILLERIES - 1ST, 2ND, 3RD AND INDEPENDENT COLORED BATTERIES
DEATHS IN ACTION AND FROM WOUNDS | CASUALTIES IN KANSAS REGIMENTS
RECAPITULATION | STATEMENT OF CASUALTIES
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