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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 27, Part 2 (Gettysburg Campaign)
Page 337 Chapter XXXIX. THE GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN.

Killed and wounded in a various skirmishes en route from Pennsylvania-Continued.

Command Killed Wounded Total

Posey's Brigade. 16th --- 1 1

Mississippi

19th Mississippi --- 1 1

Wright's Brigade. 3rd 10 37 47

Georgia

22nd Georgia 4 21 25

48th Georgia 4 17 21

2nd Georgia Battalion 1 2 3

Perry's Brigade. 2nd 2 1 3

Florida

5th Florida 2 8 10

8th Florida 3 6 9

TOTAL 27 101 128

HETH'S DIVISION. 1 5 6

Pettigrew's Brigade.

47th North Carolina

52nd North Carolina --- 3 3

Archer's Brigade. 13th --- 3 3

Alabama

1st Tennessee --- 3 3

[Provisional Army]

7th Tennessee --- 2 2

Davis' Brigade. 2nd 2 2 4

Mississippi

11th Mississippi 2 7 9

42nd Mississippi 5 3 8

55th North Carolina 3 4 7

Brockenbrough's 1 3 4

Brigade. 40th Virginia

47th Virginia 1 2 3

55th Virginia 1 2 3

22nd Virginia Battalion 1 2 3

TOTAL 17 41 58

GRAND TOTAL 68 248 316

Recapitulation of Casualties in the Army of Northern Virginia, from June 9 to August 1, 1863, inclusive.

Command Killed Wounded Total

Stuart's Cavalry 177 1, 029 1, 206

Division

Second Corps, at 42 210 252

Winchester

Gettysburg 2, 364 11, 656 14, 020

Various minor 68 248 316

engagements

TOTAL 2, 651 13, 143 15, 794

TOTAL by Dr. Guild's 2, 683 13, 369 16, 052

report

Respectfully transmitted.

L. GUILD,

Medical Director.

HEADQUARTERS ARMY NORTHERN VIRGINIA, September 1, 1863.

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