Confederate Casualties at Gettysburg

A Comprehensive Record

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About the Book

This reference book provides information on 24,000 Confederate soldiers killed, wounded, captured or missing at the Battle of Gettysburg. Casualties are listed by state and unit, in many cases with specifics regarding wounds, circumstances of casualty, military service, genealogy and physical descriptions. Detailed casualty statistics are given in tables for each company, battalion and regiment, along with brief organizational information for many units. Appendices cover Confederate and Union hospitals that treated Southern wounded and Federal prisons where captured Confederates were interned after the battle. Original burial locations are provided for many Confederate dead, along with a record of disinterments in 1871 and burial locations in three of the larger cemeteries where remains were reinterred. A complete name index is included.

About the Author(s)

John W. Busey authored or co-authored four books about Gettysburg. He lives in Centreville, Virginia.
Travis W. Busey operates an art business specializing in vintage photos and pencil portraits. He lives in Centreville, Virginia.

Bibliographic Details

John W. Busey and Travis W. Busey
Format: softcover (7 x 10 in 4 vols.)
Pages: 2390
Bibliographic Info: appendices, bibliography, index
Copyright Date: 2017
pISBN: 978-0-7864-6450-0
eISBN: 978-1-4766-2436-5
Imprint: McFarland

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Volume 1
Acknowledgments xi
Preface and Introduction 1
Generals and Staff 5
Alabama 29
3rd Infantry, 4th Infantry, 5th Infantry, 5th Battalion Infantry, 6th Infantry, 8th Infantry, 9th Infantry, 10th Infantry, 11th Infantry, 12th Infantry, 13th Infantry, 14th Infantry, 15th Infantry, 26th Infantry, 44th Infantry, 47th Infantry, 48th Infantry, Hardaway Artillery, Jeff Davis Artillery
Arkansas 207
3rd Infantry
Florida 219
2nd Infantry, 5th Infantry, 8th Infantry
Georgia 266
2nd Infantry, 2nd Infantry Battalion, 3rd Infantry, 3rd Battalion of Sharpshooters, 4th Infantry, 7th Infantry, 8th Infantry, 9th Infantry, 10th Infantry, 11th Infantry, 12th Infantry, 13th Infantry, 14th Infantry, 15th Infantry, 16th Infantry, 17th Infantry, 18th Infantry, 20th Infantry, 21st Infantry, 22nd Infantry, 24th Infantry, 26th Infantry, 31st Infantry, 35th Infantry, 38th Infantry, 44th Infantry, 45th Infantry, 48th Infantry, 49th Infantry, 50th Infantry, 51st Infantry, 53rd Infantry, 59th Infantry, 60th Infantry, 61st Infantry, Cobb’s Infantry Legion, Phillips’ Infantry Legion, Cobb’s Cavalry Legion, Phillips’ Cavalry Legion, 11th (Sumter) Artillery Battalion, Georgia Regular Battery, Pulaski Artillery, Troup County Artillery
Louisiana 543
1st Infantry (Nelligan’s), 2nd Infantry, 5th Infantry, 6th Infantry, 7th Infantry,
8th Infantry, 9th Infantry, 10th Infantry, 14th Infantry, 15th Infantry, Washington
Artillery of New Orleans, Donaldsonville Artillery, Louisiana Guard Artillery, Madison Artillery
Volume 2
Maryland 611
1st Infantry Battalion, 1st Cavalry Battalion, 1st Battery, 2nd Battery, 4th Battery
Mississippi 639
2nd Infantry, 11th Infantry, 12th Infantry, 13th Infantry, 16th Infantry, 17th Infantry, 18th Infantry, 19th Infantry, 21st Infantry, 42nd Infantry, 48th Infantry, Jeff Davis Legion, Madison Light Artillery
North Carolina 780
1st Infantry, 2nd Infantry, 2nd Infantry Battalion, 3rd Infantry, 4th Infantry, 5th Infantry, 6th Infantry, 7th Infantry, 11th Infantry, 12th Infantry, 13th Infantry, 14th Infantry, 16th Infantry, 18th Infantry, 20th Infantry, 21st Infantry, 22nd Infantry, 23rd Infantry, 26th Infantry, 28th Infantry, 30th Infantry, 32nd Infantry, 33rd Infantry, 34th Infantry, 37th Infantry, 38th Infantry, 43rd Infantry, 45th Infantry, 47th Infantry
Volume 3
North Carolina 1193
52nd Infantry, 53rd Infantry, 55th Infantry, 57th Infantry, 1st Cavalry, 2nd Cavalry, Company A, 1st Artillery (Ellis Light Artillery), Company C, 1st Artillery (Charlotte), Company D, 1st Artillery (Rowan), 1st Company H, 3rd Artillery (Branch)
South Carolina 1273
1st Provisional Infantry, 1st Rifles, 2nd Infantry, 3rd Infantry, 3rd Infantry Battalion, 7th Infantry, 8th Infantry, 12th Infantry, 13th Infantry, 14th Infantry, 15th Infantry, 1st Cavalry, 2nd Cavalry, Brooks Artillery, Charleston German Artillery, Palmetto Artillery, Pee Dee Artillery, Washington Horse Battery
Tennessee 1380
1st Provisional Infantry, 7th Infantry, 14th Infantry
Texas 1415
1st Infantry, 4th Infantry, 5th Infantry
Virginia 1442
1st Infantry, 2nd Infantry, 3rd Infantry, 4th Infantry, 5th Infantry, 6th Infantry, 7th Infantry, 8th Infantry, 9th Infantry, 10th Infantry, 11th Infantry, 12th Infantry, 14th Infantry, 16th Infantry, 18th Infantry, 19th Infantry, 21st Infantry, 22nd Infantry Battalion, 23rd Infantry, 24th Infantry, 25th Infantry, 27th Infantry, 28th Infantry, 31st Infantry, 33rd Infantry, 37th Infantry, 38th Infantry, 40th Infantry, 41st Infantry, 42nd Infantry, 44th Infantry, 47th Infantry, 48th Infantry, 49th Infantry, 50th Infantry, 52nd Infantry, 53rd Infantry, 55th Infantry, 56th Infantry, 57th Infantry,
Volume 4
Virginia 1819
61st Infantry, 1st Cavalry, 2nd Cavalry, 3rd Cavalry, 4th Cavalry, 5th Cavalry, 9th Cavalry, 10th Cavalry, 13th Cavalry, 14th Cavalry, 16th Cavalry, 17th Cavalry, 34th Cavalry Battalion, 35th Cavalry Battalion, 39th Cavalry Battalion, 1st Richmond Howitzers, 1st Rockbridge Artillery, 1st Stuart Horse Artillery, 2nd Richmond Howitzers, 2nd Rockbridge Artillery, 2nd Stuart Horse Artillery, 3rd Richmond Howitzers, Albemarle “Everett” Artillery, Allegheny Rough Artillery, Amherst Artillery, Ashland Artillery, Bath Artillery, Bedford Artillery, Charlottesville Artillery, Charlottesville Horse Battery, Danville Artillery, Fauquier Artillery, Fluvanna Artillery, Fredericksburg Artillery, King William Artillery, Louisa “Morris” Artillery, Lynchburg Artillery, Lynchburg “Lee” Battery, Norfolk Artillery (Huger’s), Richmond Battery (Johnson’s), Richmond Battery (Parker’s), Norfolk Light Artillery Blues, Pittsylvania Artillery, Powhatan Artillery, Richmond Battery (Crenshaw’s), Richmond “Fayette” Artillery, Richmond “Letcher” Artillery, Richmond “Orange” Artillery, Richmond “Purcell” Artillery, Salem “Flying” Artillery, Staunton Artillery, Warrenton Artillery
Appendix I: Tabular Summary of Casualties by Company and Regiment 1881
Appendix II: Tabular Summary of Casualties by Brigade, Division, Corps and Army 1952
Appendix III: Summary of Casualties by State 1976
Appendix IV: Confederate Field, General and Convalescent Hospitals Treating Gettysburg
Wounded 1979
Appendix V: Federal Field, General and Convalescent Hospitals Treating Confederate
Gettysburg Wounded 1987
Appendix VI: Federal Prison Facilities Which Incarcerated Confederate Gettysburg
Captives 1993
Appendix VII: Confederate Burial Locations 1997
Appendix VIII: Disinterments of Confederate Remains to the South 2059
Appendix IX: Oakwood, Magnolia and Laurel Hill Cemetery Burials 2118
Appendix X: Confederate Casualties at Fairfield, Pa., 3 and 5 July 1863 2131
Appendix XI: Unit Casualty Lists Used in This Work 2142
Bibliography 2145
Index 2151

Book Reviews & Awards

“John and Travis Busey provide a wealth of biographical and genealogical information on the 24,000 Confederate soldiers who were either captured, mortally wounded, or killed during the battle…highly recommended”—ARBA.