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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 29, Part 1 (Bristoe, Mine Run)
Page 560 OPERATIONS IN N.C.,VA., W.VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter XLI.

Return of Casualties in the Union forces at Rappahannock Station, Va.-Cont'd.

Killed Wounded

Command Officers Enlisted Officers Enlisted

men men

THIRD

DIVISION

Brigadier

General

HENRY D.

TERRY

10th -- -- -- 2

Massachuse

tts

(Second

Brigade)

122nd New -- 3 1 9

York

(First

Brigade)

Total -- 3 1 11

Third

Division

ARTILLERY

Colonel

CHARLES H.

TOMPKINS.

1st Rhode -- -- -- 2

Island

Light,

Battery C

5th United -- -- -- 3

States,

Battery F

Total -- -- -- 5

Artillery

Total loss 8 75 29 301

Captured or missing.

Command Officers Enlisted Aggregate

men

THIRD DIVISION

Brigadier General

HENRY D. TERRY

10th Massachusetts -- --- 2

(Second Brigade)

122nd New York (First -- -- 13

Brigade)

Total Third Division -- -- 15

ARTILLERY

Colonel CHARLES H.

TOMPKINS.

1st Rhode Island Light, -- -- 2

Battery C

5th United States, -- -- 3

Battery F

Total Artillery -- -- 5

Total loss -- 6 419

Officers killed.-Lieuts. John S. French and William A. Tubbs, Fifth Maine; Captain Ruel W. Furlong, Lieuts. Lyman H. Wilkins and James B. McKinley, Sixth Maine; Captain Cephas M. Hodgson, One hundred and nineteenth Pennsylvania; Capts. Horace Walker and James Ordway, Fifth Wisconsin.

Officers mortally wounded.-Lieutenant Henry H. Waite, Sixth Maine; Lieutenant George F. Weston, Eighteenth Massachusetts; Lieutenant Edward E. Coxe, One hundred and nineteenth Pennsylvania; Major Horace M. Wheeler, Fifth Wisconsin.

Return of Casualties in the Union forces engaged at Kelly's Ford, Va., November 7, 1863.

[Compiled from nominal lists of casualties, returns, &c.]

Killed Wounded

Command. Officers Enlisted Officers Enlisted

men men

THIRD ARMY

CORPS.

FIRST

DIVISION

Major

General

DAVID B.

BIRNEY

First

Brigade

Colonel

CHARLES H.

T. COLLIS

63rd -- 1 1 --

Pennsylvan

ia

68th -- -- --- 1

Pensylvani

a

Total -- 1 1 1

First

Brigade

Second

Brigade

Brigadier

General

J. H. H.

WARD

20th -- -- -- 8

Indiana

3rd Maine -- -- -- 1

99th -- 1 1 5

Pennsylvan

ia

2nd U. S. -- -- -- 1

Sharpshoot

ers

Total -- 1 1 15

Second

Brigade

Captured or missing.

Command. Officers Enlisted Aggregate

men

THIRD ARMY CORPS.

FIRST DIVISION

Major General

DAVID B. BIRNEY

First Brigade

Colonel CHARLES H.

T. COLLIS

63rd Pennsylvania -- -- 2

68th Pensylvania -- -- 1

Total First Brigade -- -- 3

Second Brigade

Brigadier General

J. H. H. WARD

20th Indiana -- -- 8

3rd Maine -- -- 1

99th Pennsylvania -- -- 7

2nd U. S. -- -- 1

Sharpshooters

Total Second -- -- 17

Brigade


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