Union Casualties at the Battle of Sabine Pass

Union Casualties at the Battle of Sabine Pass (HM28JD)

Location: Port Arthur, TX 77655 Jefferson County
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Country: United States of America
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N 29° 43.952', W 93° 52.377'

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Union Casualties at the Battle of Sabine Pass

September 8, 1863

USS Clifton

Killed

United States Navy
Exec. Officer Robert Rhodes
Michael Driscoll, Landsman

75th Regt. New York Volunteers
Pvt. Henry Raymond, Co. A
Pvt. Luther D. Hallock, Co. B
Pvt. George T. Beardsley, Co. B
Pvt. Dor E. Parker, Co. B
Pvt. James M. Benedict, Co. D
Pvt. William W. Miller, Co. G

12th Maine Infantry
Pvt. William E. Pray, Signal Corps

Missing

75th Regt. New York Volunteers
Pvt. Oscar A. Brown, Co. A
Pvt. Andrew G. Borden, Co. B
Pvt. Reuben O. Canfield, Co. B
Pvt. Franklin Olford, Co. B
Pvt. Richard Tucker, Co. B
Pvt. Andrus V. Brown, Co. G
Pvt. Ichabod Bump, Co. G

USS Sachem

Killed

United States Navy
John Fraser, 2nd Asst. Engr.
John Monroe, 3rd Asst. Engr.
Henry Brown, Landsman
William Glenn, Landsman
Peter Lee, Landsman
William Robinson, Fireman
Thomas Ryan, Fireman
Thomas Sullivan, Fireman
Richar Turner, Fireman
Calvin Williams, Fireman
John Williams, Seaman

3rd Massachusetts Cavalry
Abraham E. Borden, Signal Corps
Andrew P. Coit, Signal Corps

161st Regt. New York Volunteers
Pvt.



Mahlon W. Barber, Co. D
Pvt. Abram Blakesly, Co. D
Pvt. Orville C. Booram, Co. D
Pvt. Gary Dodge, Co. D
Pvt. George T. Cannon, Co. D
Pvt. Patrick Hart, Co. D
Pvt. James M. Snyder, Co. D
Pvt. Adam H. Wilcox, Co. D

Missing
United States Navy
Isaac Carter, Landsman
John Chace, Landsman
Willis Green, Landsman
John Horton, Landsman
John Rolles, Landsman
William Wilson, Landsman

Twenty-five African-American men fought here on the behalf of the Union, but their names are unrecorded. Twenty-two fought on board of the USS Clifton and three on the USS Sachem. All were missing and presumed dead. We hereby recall their lives and remember their deaths.
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Date Added Friday, June 15th, 2018 at 7:02pm PDT -07:00
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Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)15R E 415579 N 3289467
Decimal Degrees29.73253333, -93.87295000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 29° 43.952', W 93° 52.377'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds29° 43' 57.12" N, 93° 52' 22.62" W
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Area Code(s)409
Closest Postal AddressAt or near Dick Dowling Rd, Port Arthur TX 77655, US
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