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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 29, Part 1 (Bristoe, Mine Run)
Page 686 OPERATIONS IN N. C., VA., W. VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter XLI.

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

Killed. Wounded.

Command. Officers. Enlisted Officers. Enlisted

men. men.

THIRD

DIVISION.

Brigadier

General

GEORGE A.

CUSTER.

First

Brigade.

Brigadier

General

HENRY A.

DAVIES,

jr.

2nd New ... ... ... 2

York.

5th New ... ... ... 1

York.

1st West ... ... ... ...

Virginia.

Total ... ... ... 3

First

Brigade.

Second

Brigade.

Colonel

CHARLES H.

TOWN.

1st ... ... ... 2

Michigan.

5th ... 1 ... 2

Michigan.

7th ... ... ... ...

Michigan.

1st ... ... ... 1

Vermont.

Total ... 1 ... 5

Second

Brigade.

Total ... 1 ... 8

Third

Division.

ARTILLERY.

2nd United ... 1 ... ...

States,

Battery M.

Total 2 26 9 110

Cavalry

Corps.

ARTILLERY

RESERVE.

Brigadier

General

ROBERT O.

TYLER.

New York ... ... ... 1

Light, 5th

Battery.

Captured or missing.

Command. Officers. Enlisted Aggregate.

men.

THIRD DIVISION.

Brigadier General

GEORGE A. CUSTER.

First Brigade.

Brigadier General

HENRY A. DAVIES, jr.

2nd New York. ... ... 2

5th New York. ... ... 1

1st West Virginia. ... 4 4

Total First Brigade. ... 4 7

Second Brigade.

Colonel CHARLES H.

TOWN.

1st Michigan. ... 2 4

5th Michigan. ... 1 4

7th Michigan. ... 3 3

1st Vermont. ... 1 2

Total Second Brigade. ... 7 13

Total Third Division. ... 11 20

ARTILLERY.

2nd United States, ... ... 1

Battery M.

Total Cavalry Corps. 1 76 224

ARTILLERY RESERVE.

Brigadier General

ROBERT O. TYLER.

New York Light, 5th ... ... 1

Battery.

RECAPITULATION.

First Army ... 3 ... 36

Corps.

Second 2 10 13 139

Army

Corps.

Third Army 10 115 28 719

Corps.

Fifth Army ... 4 1 18

Corps.

Sixth Army ... 1 1 24

Corps.

Cavalry 2 26 9 110

Corps.

Artillery ... ... ... 1

Reserve.

Grant 14 159 52 1.047

total,

Army of

the

Potomac.

First Army Corps. ... 54 93

Second Army Corps. 3 115 282

Third Army Corps. 5 66 943

Fifth Army Corps. 2 59 84

Sixth Army Corps. ... ... 26

Cavalry Corps. 1 76 224

Artillery Reserve. ... ... 1

Grant total, Army of the 11 370 1.653

Potomac.

Officers killed.- Lieutenant James M. Brown, Seventeenth Maine; Actg. Lieutenant Francis O. Lombard, First Massachusetts Cavalry; Lieutenant David B. Wyker, Fifth Michigan; Lieutenant Edward Jamieson, First New Jersey Cavalry; Captain Henry J. McDonough, Seventy-second New York; Captain Sylvanus S. Wilcox, One hundred and fifty-first New York; Lieutenant James A. Fox, One hundred and tenth Ohio; Captain John D. Sloan, Twenty-sixth Pennsylvania; Captain Milton S. Davis, Sixty-eighth Pennsylvania; Lieutenant Colonel Theodore Hesser, Seventy-second Pennsylvania; Captain David J. Philips, Eighty-first Pennsylvania; Lieutenant James Vanauken, One hundred and forty-first Pennsylvania; Lieutenant Colonel Casper Trepp, and Lieutenant Thomas Connington, First U. S. Sharpshooters.

Mortally wounded.- Captain Ellis M. Sawyer, Seventeenth Maine; Lieutenant Dwight Newbury, Fifteenth Massachusetts; Captain Ira R. Alexander, Sixteenth Pennsylvania Cavalry.


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