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BATTLE OF EL BRAZITO, NEW MEXICO,
DECEMBER 25, 1846.

Wounded:
Seven men, slightly; names unknown.

Source: James M. Cutts. The Conquest of California and New Mexico (Phila.: Carey & Hart, 1847).


CIVILIAN CASUALTIES OF THE INSURRECTION IN NEW MEXICO,
JANUARY 19, 1847.

Killed at Don Fernando de Taos:
1. Charles Bent, Governor.
2. Stephen Lee, Sheriff.
3. James W. Leal, circuit attorney.
4. Cornelio Vigil (a Mexican), prefect.
5. Narciso Beaubien (son of the circuit judge).
6. Pablo Jaramillo (a Mexican).

Killed at the Arroyo Hondo:
1. Simeon Turley.
2. Albert Turbrush.
3. William Hatfield.
4. Louis Tolque.
5. Peter Robert.
6. Joseph Marshall.
7. William Austin.

Killed at the Rio Colorado:
1. Mark Head.
2. William Harwood.

Sources: 30th Congress, 2nd Session. House Executive Document No. 1: Message from the President of the United States...(Washington, D. C.: Wendell & Van Benthuysen, 1848)
Ralph E. Twitchell. Old Santa F (Santa F: R. E. Twitchell, 1925).


CIVILIAN CASUALTIES OF THE INSURRECTION IN NEW MEXICO,
JANUARY 20, 1847.

Killed at Mora:
1. Romulas Culver, of Chariton.
2. Ludlow Waldo, of Jackson.
3. Mr. Prewitt, of Santa F.
4. Lewis Cabano, of Missouri.
"and four or five in company..."

Source: 30th Congress, 2nd Session. House Executive Document No. 1: Message from the President of the United States...(Washington, D. C.: Wendell & Van Benthuysen, 1848).



BATTLE OF LA CAADA, NEW MEXICO,
JANUARY 24, 1847.

Killed:
1. Pvt. Graham, Infantry.
2. Mussersmith, teamster, Capt. Agney's company.

Wounded:
1. 1st Lt. Irvine.
2. 1st Sgt. Caspers.
3. Pvt. Aulman, severely.
4. Pvt. John Pace, Infantry.
5. Pvt. Mezer, Artillery Detachment.
6. Pvt. Murphy, Artillery Detachment.

Source: Niles' National Register, Baltimore, Maryland, April 17, 1847, p.112.


BATTLE OF MORA, NEW MEXICO,
JANUARY 24, 1847

Killed:
1. Capt. Israel Hendley.

Wounded:
Three, slightly; names unknown.

Source: 30th Congress, 2nd Session. House Executive Document No. 1: Message from the President of the United States...(Washington, D. C.: Wendell & Van Benthuysen, 1848).


BATTLE OF EMBUDO PASS, NEW MEXICO,
JANUARY 29, 1847

Killed:
1. Pvt. Papin, Capt. St. Vrain's Company.

Wounded:
1. Dick, black servant of Gov. Bent, severely.

Source: Niles' National Register, Baltimore, Maryland, April 17, 1847, p.112.


BATTLE OF PUEBLO DE TAOS, NEW MEXICO,
FEBRUARY 3 - 4, 1847

Killed:
1. 1st Sgt. Ross, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons.
2. Pvt. Brooks, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons.
3. Pvt. Beebee, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons.
4. Pvt. Levicy, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons.
5. Pvt. Huntsecker, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons.
6. Sgt. Hart, Capt. Agney's Company of Infantry

Wounded:
1. Pvt. R. C. Bower, Co. A, Price's Regt, severely.
2. Capt. McMillan, Co. D, Price's Regt., slightly.
3. Pvt. Henry Fender, Co. D, Price's Regt., dangerously.
4. Pvt. George W. Johnson, Co. D, Price's Regt., dangerously.
5. Pvt. Robt. Heart, Co. D, Price's Regt., slightly.
6. Pvt. George W. Howser, Co. D, Price's Regt., slightly.
7. Pvt. William Ducoing, Co. D, Price's Regt., slightly.
8. *1st Sgt. A. L. Caldwell, Co. K, Price's Regt., mortally, since dead.
9. 3d Cpl. J. W. Jones, Co. K, Price's Regt., severely.
10. *Pvt. James Austin, Co. K, Price's Regt., mortally.
11. Pvt. Samuel Lewis, Co. M, Price's Regt., slightly.
12. 1st Lt. S. G. West, Co. N, Price's Regt., slightly.
13. Pvt. J. W. Callaway, Co. N, Price's Regt., slightly.
14. Pvt. John Nagel, Co. N, Price's Regt.
15. Pvt. John J. Sights, Co. N, Price's Regt.
16. Lt. J. Mansfield, Co. S, Price's Regt., slightly.
17. Pvt. Jacob Moon, Co. S, Price's Regt., severely.
18. Pvt. Wm. Gibbins, slightly.
19. *Capt. Burgwin, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons, mortally, since dead.
20. Sgt. Vanroe, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons, severely.
21. Cpl. Ingleman, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons, severely.
22. Pvt. Linneman, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons, severely.
23. Pvt. Blodget, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons, severely.
24. Pvt. Craine, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons, severely.
25. Pvt. Deets, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons, severely.
26. Pvt. Lickenbergh, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons, severely.
27. *Pvt. Truax, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons, severely, since dead.
28. Pvt. Hagenbach, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons, severely.
29. Pvt. Anderson, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons, severely.
30. Pvt. Beach, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons, slightly.
31. Pvt. Hutton, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons, slightly.
32. Pvt. Hillerman, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons, slightly.
33. Pvt. Walker, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons, slightly.
34. Pvt. Schender, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons, slightly.
35. Pvt. Shay, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons, slightly.
36. Pvt. Near, Co. G, U. S. Dragoons, slightly.
37. Pvt. Bremen, Co. J, 1st Dragoons, slightly.
38. Pvt. Bielfeldt, Artillery Detachment, severely.
39. Pvt. Jod, Artillery Detachment, severely.
40. Pvt. Kahn, Artillery Detachment, slightly.
41. *Lt. Van Valkenberg, Infantry Battalion, mortally, since dead.
42. Sgt. Ferguson, Infantry Battalion, severely.
43. Sgt. Aull, Infantry Battalion, severely.
44. Pvt. Gold, Capt. St. Vrain's Company, severely.
45. Pvt. Mitchell, Capt. St. Vrain's Company, slightly.

Source: Niles' National Register, Baltimore, Maryland, April 17, 1847, p.112.




AFFAIR AT RED RIVER CAON, NEW MEXICO
MAY 26, 1847

Killed:
One man; name unknown.

Wounded:
Several; names unknown.

Sources: R. E. Twitchell. Old Santa F (Santa F: R. E. Twitchell, 1925), p.145; John T. Hughes. Doniphan's Expedition (Cincinnati: J. A. & U. P. James, 1848), pp.400.


AFFAIR AT LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO
JUNE 6, 1847

Killed:
1. Lt. Brown
2. Pvt. McClanahan
3. Pvt. Quisenbury

Sources: R. E. Twitchell. Old Santa F (Santa F: R. E. Twitchell, 1925), p.145; John T. Hughes. Doniphan's Expedition (Cincinnati: J. A. & U. P. James, 1848), pp.401-402.


AFFAIR NEAR TAOS, NEW MEXICO
JULY 9, 1847

Killed:
1. Lt. Larkin
2. Owens
3. A. Wright
4. S. Mason
5. - Wilkinson

Wounded:
9 wounded; names unknown.

Sources: R. E. Twitchell. Old Santa F (Santa F: R. E. Twitchell, 1925), p.146
John T. Hughes. Doniphan's Expedition (Cincinnati: J. A. & U. P. James, 1848), pp.403.