Total Civil War Navy and Marines

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Total Number of Civil War Navy and Marines

The navy and marines was an often overlooked contribution to the Union military, and few ever recorded their service during and after the Civil War. But they served and died as valiantly as those who served in the army. The medal of honor that many received from the navy also indicate their heroic and patriotic service to our nation.

Dyer, A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion
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Civil War Losses, Casualties, and Fatalities

In this rare table, Dyer accounts for the more than 100,000 navy and marines. Dyer later includes 4523 Navy fatalities, and 460 Marines killed and mortally wounded. Total Union Deaths 364,511. Return to Total Union and Confederate Casualties.

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