War of the Rebellion: Serial 015 Page 0665 Chapter XXIV. OPERATIONS IN SHENANDOAH VALLEY.

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Return of Casualties in the Union forces at the battle of Cross Keys-Continued.

Killed. Wounded.

Command. Officers. Enlisted Officers. Enlisted

men. men.

Advance Brigade.

Colonel G. P.

CLUSERET.

8th West Virginia

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1

--------

8

Infantry.

60th Ohio 1 2

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4

Infantry.

Total advance 1 3

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12

brigade.

Milroy's Brigade.

Brigadier General

ROBERT

H. MILROY.

2nd West Virginia

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3

--------

19

Infantry.

3rd West Virginia

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4

--------

22

Infantry.

5th West Virginia

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9 1 37

Infantry.

25th Ohio

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5 1 39

Infantry.

1st West Virginia

Cavalry

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--------

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-------

(detachment).

West Virginia

Light Artillery,

--------

--------

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1

Battery G.

1st Ohio Light

Artillery, Battery

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1

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1

I.

Ohio Light

Artillery, 12th

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1

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-------

Battery.

Total Milroy's

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23 2 120

brigade.

Schenck's Brigade.

Brigadier General

ROBERT C. SCHENCK.

32nd Ohio

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1

Infantry.

55th Ohio

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--------

--------

-------

Infantry.

73rd Ohio

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4

--------

3

Infantry.

75th Ohio

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--------

--------

-------

Infantry.

82nd Ohio

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1 1

Infantry.

1st Battalion

Connecticut

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--------

--------

-------

Cavalry.

1st Ohio Light

Artillery, Battery

--------

--------

--------

-------

K.

Indiana Light

Artillery, Rigby's

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--------

--------

1

battery.

Total Schenck's

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4 1 6

brigade.

Bayard's Brigade.

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--------

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-------

Brigadier General

GEORGE D. BAYARD.

1st New Jersey

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--------

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-------

Cavalry.

1st Pennsylvania

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--------

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-------

Cavalry.

13th Pennsylvania

Reserves (1st

--------

1 1 6

Rifles),

battalion.

Maine Light

Artillery, 2nd

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--------

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-------

Battery (B).

Total Bayard's

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1 1 6

brigade.

Grand total. 5 109 21 422

CONTINUATION:

Captured or missing.

Command. Officers. Enlisted Aggregate Remarks.

men.

Advance Brigade.

Colonel G. P.

CLUSERET.

8th West Virginia

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3 12

Infantry.

60th Ohio

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--------

7

Infantry.

Total advance

--------

3 19

brigade.

Milroy's Brigade.

Brigadier General

ROBERT

H. MILROY.

2nd West Virginia

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2 24

Infantry.

3rd West Virginia

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--------

27

Infantry.

5th West Virginia

--------

--------

47

Infantry.

25th Ohio 1 4 50

Infantry.

1st West Virginia

Cavalry

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7 7

(detachment).

West Virginia

Light Artillery,

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--------

1

Battery G.

1st Ohio Light

Artillery, Battery

--------

--------

2

I.

Ohio Light

Artillery, 12th

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--------

1

Battery.

Total Milroy's 1 13 159

brigade.

Schenck's Brigade.

Brigadier General

ROBERT C. SCHENCK.

32nd Ohio

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1

Infantry.

55th Ohio

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--------

--------

No loss

Infantry. reported

73rd Ohio

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--------

7

Infantry.

75th Ohio

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--------

--------

No loss

Infantry. reported

82nd Ohio

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--------

2

Infantry.

1st Battalion

Connecticut

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4 4

Cavalry.

1st Ohio Light No loss

Artillery, Battery

--------

--------

--------

reported

K.

Indiana Light

Artillery, Rigby's

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--------

1

battery.

Total Schenck's

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4 15

brigade.

Bayard's Brigade.

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--------

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Detached

Brigadier General

GEORGE D. BAYARD.

1st New Jersey

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--------

No loss

Cavalry. reported

1st Pennsylvania

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--------

No loss

Cavalry. reported

13th Pennsylvania

Reserves (1st

--------

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8

Rifles),

battalion.

Maine Light No loss

Artillery, 2nd

--------

--------

--------

reported

Battery (B).

Total Bayard's

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8

brigade.

Grand total. 5 122 684

NOTE.-Lieuts. Nicolai Dunka, aide-de-camp; James M. Vance, 60th Ohio; Frederick Lueders, 27th Pennsylvania, killed; and Lieuts. Henry Grassau and Bruce B. Rice died of wounds.