Casualties on the Alabama
June 19th 1864
Complete List Arthur Sinclair gives the following:
"List of killed, 9 in all;"
Wounded, 20
in all; Drowned, 12 in all."

The list was apparently made by 2nd Lieutenant Richard FielderArmstrong,
for there is a note beside one of the names that reads "I owe my life to this man, RFA."

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CSS Alabama - List of those killed and wounded at Cherbourg.
Killed
John Roberts, Wardroom Cook
James King, II, Ordinary Seaman, (Wounded, died of lockjaw)
John Wellan [Welham], Ordinary Seaman (not listed as killed on crew list)
Christian Pust, Fireman
Carl Pjava, Ordinary Seaman (not listed as killed on crew list)
Christian Olsen, Ordinary Seaman (not listed as killed on crew lists)
Andres Pheiffer, Ordinary Seaman (not list as killed on crew list)
John [or James] Mair, Fireman (not list as killed on crew list)
Peter Duncan, Fireman (not list as killed on crew list)

Wounded
Cmdr. Raphael Semmes (crew list reads "Captain")
Lt. Richard F. Armstrong (crew list reads "2nd Lieutenant)
Midshipman Edward M. Anderson (not listed as wounded on crew list)
Jas. Broderick, Ordinary Seaman (not list as wounded on crew list)
John Neil, Wardroom Cook
Sam'l Williams, Fireman (not listed as wounded on crew list)
Peter Hughes, Captain of Foretop
Thomas Winter, Fireman
Jacob Berbot [Verbot], Ordinary Seaman (not listed as wounded on crew list)
William Morgan, Captain of Maintop
Robert Wright, Captain of Maintop
David Williams, Ordinary Seaman (not listed as wounded on crew list)
Thomas McMillan, Coxwain
Martin King, Fireman (not listed as wounded on crew list)
Robert B. Hobbs, Quartermaster (not list as wounded on crew list)
Wm. McGinley, Wardroom Cook
James Mason, Fireman (not listed as wounded on crew list)
Chas. Seymour, Captain of the Guard (not listed as wounded on crew list)
John Russell, Ordinary Seaman
John Adams, Ordinary Seaman (not listed as wounded on crew list)

Drowned Wm. Robinson, Carpenter
Jas. Hart, Ordinary Seaman (not listed as drowned on crew list)
Wm. Robertson, 3rd Assistant Engineer
David Herbert Llewellyn, Assistant Surgeon
George Applebee, Yoeman
Frederick Johns, Paymaster's Steward
A. G. Bartelli, Captain's Steward
Henry Fisher, Coxwain
Walter Van Ass, Ordinary Seaman
Martin Widitch [Miditch], Drummer
David H. White, Wardroom boy, "a slave from Delaware"
H. Ustaker, Captain of Head (on crew list, not on Sinclair's)
Thos. Murphy, Fireman (on crew list as "drowned on a blockade runner")

On crew list as "Captured by the enemy on June 19, 1864"
James D. Wilson, 3rd Lieutenant
Miles I. Freeman, Chief Engineer
John M. Pundt, 3rd Assistant Engineer
Benj. P. Mecaskey, Boatswain

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