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.

 

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DEATHS IN ACTION AND FROM WOUNDS

The proportion per thousand which each loyal State furnished
to the item of mortality, appears in the following table.
(Taken from the Report of the Provost Marshal General.)

Maine 44.37
New Hampshire 47.27
Vermont 58.22
Massachusetts 47.76
Rhode Island 22.34
Connecticut 35.48
New York 35.68
New Jersey 25.21
Pennsylvania 31.75
Delaware 25.63
Maryland 17.04
District of Columbia 3.62
Ohio 36.55
Indiana 30.01
Illinois 34.8
Michigan 44.82
Wisconsin 42.01
Minnesota 25.38
Iowa 45.44
KANSAS 61.01
California 12.34
West Virginia 37.9
Kentucky 25.1
Missouri 21.74
General Ratio 35.1

 

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CASUALTIES IN KANSAS REGIMENTS

RECAPITULATION

  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
First Infantry 11 86   34   94   238 1 209   4 2   36    
Second Infantry 1 4 1 7   2   6   7         4   1
Second Cavalry 1 50 1 12 1 93 1 191   91   2 1   14   8
Fifth Cavalry 1 4 1 11 2 219   96 1 113   2 2   27    
Sixth Cavalry 3 73 1 18 3 120   130 1 117   16 1   11   5
Seventh Cavalry 2 53 1 8 1 97   226 1 16   25 3   24   2
Eighth Infantry 2 60 2 23 3 132 1 128 1 180   4 1   28   3
Ninth Cavalry 1 42   13 2 199   89   158   3     25    
Tenth Infantry   15 2 8 4 118   75   84   6     12    
Eleventh Cavalry   56   9   101   24 1 106   1 1 2 5   2
Twelfth Infantry 2 11   1 2 111   38   82   1 2   14   1
Thirteenth Infantry 1 14 2 6 1 104   126   156   2     21    
Fourteenth Cavalry 1 48   2 2 106   157   49 1   7 1 4   8
Fifteenth Cavalry 2 10   9 2 77   154   144   25 14       1
Sixteenth Cavalry   10 1 3   94   135   50   2 6 1 12   2
First Colored Infantry 4 156   10 1 165   62 1 66   1 1   15    
Second Colored Infantry 2 21   16   187   63 1 28     2   15   1
First Battery   3   2 1 20   19   20         3    
Second Battery   5       15   13   6              
Third Battery   5       17   14   7         1   1
Independent Colored Battery         1 9   4   16              
Total 34 762 12 192 26 2080 2 1988 8 1849 1 94 43 4 281   35

 

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STATEMENT OF CASUALTIES

In the Volunteer and Regular Armies of the United States, and the Colored Troops, divided by States and Independent Organizations, from the commencement of the Rebellion to August 1, 1865.
  Killed Died of Wounds Died of Disease Deserted Honorably Discharged Discharged for Disability Dishonorably Discharged Officers Missing in action   Number of men, enlisted during the war, in which these casualties occurred; term of service from three months to three years
STATES, &c. Officers Enlisted Men Officers Enlisted Men Officers Enlisted Men Officers Enlisted Men Officers Enlisted Men Officers Enlisted Men Officers Enlisted Men Dismissed Cashiered Resigned Officers Enlisted Men Aggregate casualties
Maine 116 1,620 66 1,069 65 5,479 1 2,840 378 9,293 192 6,450   47 22 2 457     28,097 64,708
New Hampshire 91 1,006 33 531 49 2,481 1 3,705 183 2,409 8 2,407     28 7 262     13,201 33,025
Vermont 68 1,133 39 662 34 2,964 1 1,689 312 4,417 93 4,312     24 6 317     16,071 32,653
Massachusetts 274 3,624 104 2,027 80 7,824 3 7,415 1,149 11,975 316 12,500   11 103 8 797     49,210 126,236
Rhode Island 30 446     21 1,052   1,674 47 242 28 2,125   42 17 8 253     6,085 21,301
Connecticut 97 1,094 48 663 63 3,246 2 6,281 385 5,451 51 4,361   105 58 9 481 21 389 22,805 53,594
New York 427 8,695 302 5,021 222 17,185 50 35,999 2,530 32,509 741 24,167 176 455 292 67 2,046 7 1,407 132,298 404,748
New Jersey 106 1,231 40 317 33 2,933 6 7,183 191 2,609 1 6,908   47 89 1 599     22,294 67,186
Pennsylvania 376 6,096 137 3,675 117 10,973 15 19,032 1,500 24,970 562 16,706   128 237 39 1,121 30 1,522 87,236 323,846
Delaware 9 178 10 113 7 207   958 35 842 13 456     5 35     2,858 12,171
Maryland 16 359 17 326 39 824   2,981 83 1,684 46 826 10 60 57 6 102   112 7,548 42,128
West Virginia 58 741 23 391 20 1,792 2 1,269 22 4,404 34 2,218   52 87 2 303     11,798 32,003
District of Columbia 3 43 1 8   244   701 3 350 218   6 1 12     1,590 15,181
Ohio 280 6,283 140 4,534 159 13,195 6 13,603 624 15,407 335 21,545   105 157 16 1,824     78,213 307,380
Indiana 294 3,140 139 2,244 220 13,172 5 7,232 443 1,552 70 17,115   17 235 26 2,664     48,568 193,285
Illinois 394 5,463 126 2,925 364 19,570 12 13,034 771 1,672 67 23,864   223 257 13 3,334     72,291 255,938
Michigan 154 2,554 68 1,151 78 8,421 6 6,136 595 12,564 210 9,614   104 88 5 1,015     42,763 87,613
Wisconsin 121 2,237 67 1,393 101 6,885 3 3,230 424 10,912 94 9,219   7 57 3 1,093     35,846 90,888
Minnesota 29 381 7 191 26 1,650   493 146 1,598 15 2,859     26 229     7,650 23,999
Iowa 146 1,926 69 1,303 127 8,515 4 1,471 65 21 11 9,931   55 22 7 1,304     24,980 75,780
Missouri 89 1,461 48 767 130 7,216 15 6,983 340 7,092 22 7,827   182 127 12 1,230 13 588 34,142 108,756
Kentucky 82 1,103 30 669 124 5,121 24 6,541 91 2,047 38 4,097     61 4 903     20,935 74,961
Kansas 34 762 12 192 26 2,080 2 1,988 88 999 8 1,849 1 94 43 4 21   35 8,498 20,097
California 1 34   57 1 298 1 758 16 628 6 912   4 2 1 43     2,762 7,451
Tennessee 27 1,264 11 920 11 2,182 5 2,658 31 700 25 4,015   5 8 3 112     11,970  
Mississippi           69   124   5 1 21               220  
Alabama 2 32   31 2 228   209 2 20 2 226         5     819  
Florida   27   142   102   173 4 30 3 69   1     10     561  
Texas   22   11   278   546 7 34   96   2 4 1 3     1,004  
North Carolina   34 1 19 1 248 1 299   14   27   7   1 15     667  
Louisiana 2 117 2 101 1 768   1,240 14 304 7 481         21     3,058  
Arkansas 8 210 3 163 1 544 7 549 7 197 10 593   2 1   16     2,314  
Nevada   8   2   225 1 701 1 24 1 69   1     5     1,038  
Oregon   58 2 7 2 665 5 856 5 337 2 414   7 1   9     2,370  
Colorado 2 61 1 44 2 205 1 237 8 126 2 280         7     976 1,762
Indian Territory 2 231 141   416   247   20 6 263         8     1,334  
Washington Territory   14 4 11   107   397 4 73   170     1   4     785  
Dakota Territory           10   12 1 6   205   1 1   2     238  
Nebraska Territory 1 5   8 1 122 1 173 2 10 4 240         3     570 3,157
New Mexico Territory   7 1 15 1 159   332 3 51 2 271     1   9     852 2,395
U S. Vols. "Penitent Rebels"   9   5   352   605 5 46 2 378   1 1   15     1,419  
Hancock's Corps   7   2   406 1 2,348 1 209   182   8     19     3,183  
Mississippi Mrine Brigade 3 136 2 107 4 181 1 219 4 123 5 233         13     1,031  
Veteran Reserve Corps 1 43   70 11 1,269 4 3,534 15 1,688 5 8,218   285 28 4 129     15,304 90,508
Total Volunteers 3,345 54,056 1,549 32,095 2,141 152,013 187 170,029 10,805 15,964 3,058 209,102 186 2,023 2,143 252 21,090 72 4,085 828,307  
Regular Army 157 1,890     83 2,749 5 16,360 2 1,201 1 5,089   275 122 6 390 33 1,266 29,637 67,000
Colored Troops 124 1,790 46 1,037 90 26,211 24 12,440 427 2,378 166 6,889 18 191 158 16 801 18 1,275 54,099 18,017
Grand Total 3,626 57,736 1,595 33,132 2,314 18,973 216 198,829 11,234 163,343 3,226 221,080 204 2,489 2,423 274 22,281 123 6,626 912,043  

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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