You would have to contact the Chief Historian, Fort Donaldson National Battlefield to see if any research has been done on compiling a list of those that were killed or died or wounds. It probably could be done but it would take thousands of man hours going through the Compiled Military Service Records (CMSR) of thousands of soldiers. If I am not mistaken, the CMSR's of Federal soldiers have not all been put on microfilm like the Confederate CMSR's were early in the 20th Century so that would require a researcher to spend all of that research time sitting at the National Archives looking at each individual file. The best case scenerio is that some person has already done a regimental history and has all of that data compiled in the history. Federals were more thorough and organized with this that what has survived for the Confederates. I research a Confederate regiment (one regiment not dozens) and it has taken a eight years to gather the data I want to write my regimental history.
I hope this helps. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Gerald D. Hodge, Jr.
War Between the States Historian
Historian: 39th Georgia Volunteer Infantry Regiment