Reference Surrender

TROOPS AND PROPERTY CAPTURED

Condition of the Garrisons of Yorktown and Gloucester Made Prisoner October 19, 1871, and Property Taken from the English

NAMES OF ENGLISH AND GERMAN REGIMENTS TAKEN AT YORK [TOWN] AND GLOUCESTER

First Battalion of Guards, regiments, the Third, the Seven-teenth, the Twenty-third, the Thirty-third, the Forty-third.
Regiment of Highlanders, the Seventy-first, the Seventy-sixth, the Eightieth.
The Queen's Rangers (Light Infantry).
The British Legion, or Legion of Tarleton.

German regiments:

A regiment of the Hereditary Prince of Hesse; Regiment of Bossen; Regiment of Ansbach; Regiment of Seybold.

The General Cornwallis, the General 0'Hara, 2 colonels, 11 majors, 52 captains, 89 lieutenants, 36 ensigns, 2 chaplains, 12 adjutants, 10 quartermasters, 10 doctors, 22 aides, 295 sergeants, 121 drummers, 3,273 musketeers, Total in good healthy taken at York[town], 3,935.

Sick: 90 sergeants, 44 drummers, 1,741 musketeers, total, 1,875.

At Gloucester, 1,100 men, 750 sailors. Total from Gloucester, 1,850. Killed, 389; wounded, 679; taken prisoner or deserted during the siege 135, total 1,203.

Grand total, 8,663 men.

ARMS
Muskets, 7,326; cannon of iron, 140; cannon of bronze, 74; flags, 22; barrels of powder, 300; howitzers and mortars, 22; horses, 455.

VESSELS
Transports, 62. The Charon, of 44 guns, burned during the siege.
La Guadeloupe (frigate) sunk.
Two war sloops and one frigate taken.