BATTLES AND CASUALTIES OF 2ND MARYLAND INFANTRY

KIA=Killed in Action    WIA=Wounded in Action    DOA=Died of Wounds    POW=Prisoner of War


  • June 13, 1863         Winchester, VA                         2 KIA, 8 WIA, 1 POW 
  • July 2-3, 1863         Gettysburg, PA                         38 KIA, 55 DOW, 86 WIA, 19 POW
  • July 4-14, 1863       retreat from Gettysburg            21 POW
  • June 3, 1864           Cold Harbor, VA                        9 KIA, 38 WIA
  • Aug. 18, 1864          Weldon R.R., VA                       4 KIA, 11 WIA, 1 POW
  • Aug. 19, 1864          Weldon R.R., VA                       7 KIA, 29 WIA, 29 POW
  • Sept. 30, 1864         Peebles Farm, VA                     10 KIA, 32 WIA, 4 POW
  • Oct. 1, 1864            Squirrel Level Road, VA.           3 KIA, 7 WIA
  • Feb. 5, 1865            Hatcher’s Run, VA                    3 kia, 3 WIA, 1 POW
  • March 3, 1865          Picket Line-VA                         1 KIA, 1 POW
  • April 2, 1865            Hatcher’s Run and Ft. Gregg    2 DOW, 7 WIA, 134 POW
  • April 3-4, 1865         Petersburg, VA                        10 POW (captured in Hospitals)
  • April 3-4, 1865         Richmond, VA                          38 POW (captured in Hospitals)
  • April 4-8, 1865         On retreat, VA                         5 POW
  • April 9, 1865            Appomattox C.H., VA               65 officers and men surrender with the Army of Northern Virginia
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