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Assault, May 22
The line from the right of the 7th Mississippi Infantry Battalion to near Glass' Bayou was held, May 19 and May 22, 1863, and the assaults of the Union force repulsed, by the 37th and 38th Mississippi. The casualties in the two regiments, on those…
Captain Schuyler Lowe;
Lieut. Thomas B. Catron.
One section under Sergt. William A. Fisher, served one six pounder gun in this lunette from about May 23, to the end of the defense, July 4, 1863. Casualties in battery during the campaign and de…
Mower's and Matthies' Brigades of Tuttle's Division were massed for the assault the morning of May 22, on the left of the graveyard road and in rear of Blair's Division. The two brigades remained in this position until about 3 p.m., when Mower's B…
Blair's Division was massed for the assault, the morning of May 22, on the left of the graveyard road and about 900 yards from the Confederate stockade redan. A volunteer storming party of 150 men from the regiments of the division, under command …
Capt. Francis McNally.
A detachment of the battery served one 12-pounder howitzer in this position from the morning of May 19 to the end of the defense, July 4, 1863. Casualties in battery during the defense, severe, but not reported.
Col. L.D. Marks
Lieut. Col. L.L. McLaurin
Major Alex S. Norwood
Col. L.D. Marks
Capt. Joseph T. Hatch
Casualties during the defense
killed 58, wounded 96, total 154
Lieut. Col. L.L. McLaurin, Lieut.
George Harris, Capt. J.F. Spencer
Capt. William N. Hogg;
Lieut. Christopher C. Scott;
Lieut. Robert N. Cotten.
A detachment of the battery, under Lieut. Robert N. Cotten, served one 3-inch rifle in this position, directly on the Jackson Road, from about May 30 to the end o…
May 16 - June 13 1863
Marks its farthest advance May 22
Killed 9, wounded 93, total 102
This lunette, part of the stockade to its right, and the line to its left were held, the afternoon of May 19, 1863, and the assaults of the Union force repulsed, by the 27th Louisiana Infantry with the Second Missouri Infantry in support. The casu…