Thursday, April 18, 1861.
I have the honor to submit to you the following report of killed and wounded during and after the engagement at Fort Sumter, South Carolina, on the 12th, 13th and 14th of April, 1861.
WOUNDED IN THE ACTION
April 12, Sergt. Thomas Kernan, Co. E., 1st Art'y. Severely.
April 12, Private James Hays, Co. E, 1st Art'y. Slightly.
April 12, Private Edward Gall way, Co. E, 1 st Art'y. Slightly.
April 12, John Swearer, mechanic, Eng'r Dep't. Severely.
KILLED AND WOUNDED AFTER THE ACTION:
April 14, Killed: Daniel Hough, Private, Co. E, 1st Artillery, while firing salute.
April 14, Edward Gallway, Co. E, mortally wounded; died on April 19.
April 14, John Irwin, Co. E, severely burned on thigh and leg.
April 14, James Fielding, Co. E, severely wounded.
April 14, John Pritchard, Co. E, slightly wounded—face with fire.
April 14, James Harp, Co. E. slightly wounded.
S. W. Crawford,
Assistant Surgeon, U. S. A.
SOURCE: Samuel Wylie Crawford, The Genesis of the Civil War: The Story of Sumter, 1860-1861, p. 470.