War of the Rebellion: Serial 039 Page 0185 Chapter XXXVII. THE CHANCELLORSVILLE CAMPAIGN.

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THE BATTLE OF CHANCELLORSVILLE, MAY 1-3-Continued.

Killed. Wounded.

Command. Offi-cers. Enlis-ted Offi-cers. Enlis-ted

men. men.

Third

Brigade.

Brigadier

General

GEORGE S.

GREENE.

Staff ---- ---- ---- ----

60th New ---- 9 3 41

York

78th New 1 11 3 48

York

102nd New 1 9 3 38

York

137th New ---- 3 2 13

York

149th New 2 13 5 63

York

Total Third 4 45 16 203

Brigade

Artillery.

Captain

JOSEPH M.

KNAP.

Pennsylvania Light, ---- 1 1 7

Battery E

Pennsylvania Light, 1 ---- ---- 7

Battery F

Total 1 1 1 14

Artillery

Total 15 48 48 589

Second

Division

Total 30 97 97 1,344

Twelfth

Army Corps

CAVALRY.

FIRST

DIVISION.

Brigadier

General

ALFRED

PLEASONTON.

Second

Brigade.

Colonel

THOMAS C.

DEVIN.

6th New ---- 1 1 ----

York

8th 3 2 ---- 21

Pennsylvania

17th ---- ---- 1 8

Pennsylvania

New York ---- 2 ---- 4

Light

Artillery,

6th Battery

Total 3 5 2 33

Second

Brigade

Captured or missing.

Command. Offi-cers. Enlisted Aggre-gate.

men.

Third Brigade.

Brigadier

General GEORGE

S. GREENE.

Staff 1 ---- 1

60th New York ---- 13 66

78th New York 2 66 131

102nd New York 1 38 90

137th New York 1 35 54

149th New York 2 101 186

Total Third 7 253 528

Brigade

Artillery.

Captain JOSEPH

M. KNAP.

Pennsylvania ---- ---- 9

Light, Battery E

Pennsylvania ---- ---- 9

Light, Battery F

Total Artillery ---- 18

Total Second 8 436 1,206

Division

Total Twelfth 46 1,075 2,822

Army Corps

CAVALRY.

FIRST DIVISION.

Brigadier

General ALFRED

PLEASONTON.

Second Brigade.

Colonel THOMAS

C. DEVIN.

6th New York ---- 17 19

8th Pennsylvania ---- 76 102

17th ---- 5 14

Pennsylvania

New York Light ---- ---- 6

Artillery, 6th

Battery

Total Second ---- 98 141

Brigade

RECAPITULATION.

General -- --- 1 --- --- --- 1

Headquarters

First -- 9 7 73 1 45 135

Army

Corps

Second 8 133 87 867 32 688 1,

Army 815

Corps

Third 51 327 194 2, 20 1, 4,

Army 451 076 119

Corps

Fifth 6 63 19 5 154 700

Army 453

Corps

Eleventh Army 20 197 82 1, 30 944 2,

Corps 139 415

Twelfth 30 230 97 1, 46 1, 2,

Army 344 075 822

Corps

Cavalry 3 5 2 33 --- 98 141

Grand 118 964 489 6, 134 4, 12,

total 360 080 145

OFFICERS KILLED.

CONNECTICUT.

Captain George S. Benston, 5th Infantry.

Lieutenant Colonel Charles Walter, 17th Infantry.

Lieutenant David P. Griffiths, 20th Infantry.

DELAWARE.

Lieutenant Eqhraim Jordan, 2nd Infantry.

ILLINOIS.

Lieutenant Lorenz Spoenemann, 82nd Infantry.

Lieutenant Conrad Schonder, 82nd Infantry.