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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 36, Part 1 (Wilderness-Cold Harbor)
Page 133 Chapter XLVIII. RAPIDAN TO THE JAMES.

Return of Casualties in the Union forces, &c. - Continued.

BATTLE OF THE WILDERNESS, MAY 5-7, 1864-Continued.

Captured

Killed Wounded or missing.

Command. Off Men Offi Men. Of Men Aggre

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RESERVE ARTILLERY

Captain JOHN

EDWARDS, JR.

New York Light, 27th - - - - - - -

Battery*

1st Rhode Island - - - - - - -

Light, Battery D*

1st Rhode Island - - - - - - -

Light, Battery H*

2nd United States, - - - - - - -

Battery

3rd United States, - - - - - - -

Battery G*

3rd United States, - - - - - - -

Batterie L and M*

PROVISIONAL BRIGADE.

Colonel ELISHA G.

MARSHALL

24th New York - - - - - - -

Cavalry

(dismounted)*

14th New York Heavy - 1 - 7 - - 8

Artillery.

2nd Pennsylvania - - - 1 - - 1

Provisional Heavy

Artillery

Total Provisional - 1 - 8 - - 9

Brigade.

Total Ninth Army 16 224 56 1,176 1 167 1,640

Corps

RECAPITULATION.

Army of the 127 1,879 513 10,292 137 3,078 16,026

Potomac

Ninth Army 16 224 56 1,176 1 167 1,640

Corps

Grand total 143 2,103 569 11,468 138 3,245 17,666

OFFICERS KILLED OR MORTALLY WOUNDED.

CONNECTICUT.

Captain Samuel Fiske, 14th Infantry.

Lieutenant Frederick Shalk, 14th Infantry.

INDIANA.

Captain George P. Clayton, 7th Infantry.

Lieutenant Huron J. Caldwell, 14th Infantry.

Colonel Samuel J. William, 19th Infantry.

Captain Henry Quigley, 20th Infantry.

Lieutenant Edward C. Sutherland, 20th Infantry.

MAINE.

Lieutenant Colonel Edwin Burt, 3rd Infantry.

Captain George O. Getchell, 3rd Infantry.

Captain George W. Harvey, 3rd Infantry.

Major Robert H. Gray, 4th, Infantry.

Captain Amos B. Wooster, 4th Infantry.

Captain Edwin Libby, 4th Infantry.

Lieutenant Christopher C. Gray, 4th Infantry.

Lieutenant Alvin S. Hall, 7th Infantry.

Lieutenant Benjamin Doe, 17th Infantry.

Lieutenant Frederick W. Lane, 20th Infantry.

Lieutenant John M. Sherwood, 20th Infantry.

Captain Albert H. Packard 31st Infantry.

Lieutenant Albert J. Snow, 31st Infantry.

MARYLAND.

Lieutenant Levi T. Heath, 1st Infantry.

Captain Charles H. C. Reinicker, 3rd Infantry.

Captain John Atkinhead, 3rd Infantry.

Lieutenant Robert M. Gorsuch, 4th Infantry.

Captain Adam B. Martin, 6th Infantry.

Lieutenant Alexander F. Myers, 6th Infantry.

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*Loss, if any, not of record.

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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 36, Part 1 (Wilderness-Cold Harbor)
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