Confederate Losses 1864/65

1864          
DATE ENGAGEMENTS KILLED WOUNDED, INCLUDING
MORTALLY WOUNDED
CAPTURED AND
MISSING
AGGREGRATE
Feb. 20 Olustee, Fla 93 847 6 946
April 25 Mark's Mills, Ark 41 108 144 293
April 30 Jenkins's Ferry, Ark 86 356 1 443
May 7-20 Rocky Face Ridge; Resaca 444 2,828   3,272
May 20} New Hope Church: Dallas 309 1,921             * 2,230
June 4}          
June 4 Kenesaw Mountain        
June 4}   468 3,480             ** 8,841
June 4} Peach Tree Creek; Atlanta 1,341 7,500             *** 8,841
July 31 Utoy Creek; Jonesboro 482 3,223             **** #,705
Sept. 1}          
May 6-31 Cavalry Engagements 73 341             ***** 414
May 15 New Market, Va 34 484 13 531
June 10-11 Brices's Cross Roads, Miss 96 396   492
July 1-11 Johns Island; James Island, S.C. 33 92   125
July 13-15 Tupelo, Miss 210 1,049 49 1,308
Sept. 19 Opequeon, Va 226 1,567 1,818 3,611
Sept. 22 Fisher's Hill, Va 30 210 995 1,235
Oct. 5 Allatoona Pass, Ga 127 456 290 873
Oct. 19 Cedar Creek, Va 320 1,540 1,050 2,910

* = As stated by Dr. Foard, Medical Director, of Johnston's (and Hood's) army, and does not include the missing. Sherman's Army captured 12,983       Confederates during the Atlanta Campaign, which should be added to the above losses.
** = Same as above
*** = Same as above
**** = Same as above
***** = Same as above

1865          
DATE ENGAGEMENTS KILLED WOUNDED, INCLUDING
MORTALLY WOUNDED
CAPTURED AND
MISSING
AGGREGRATE
March 16 Averasboro, N. C.   108 540 217
March 19 Bentonville, N. C.   239 1,694 673

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