War of the Rebellion: Serial 015 Page 0784 OPERATIONS IN N. VA., W. VA., AND MD. Chapter XXIV.

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[Inclosure Numbers 2.]

Casualties in Third Division, action of June 8, near Cross Keys.

Killed Wounded

Command Officers Enlisted Officers Enlisted

men men

Division staff ......... ......... 1 ........

Second Brigade

Field and staff ......... ......... 1 ........

1st Maryland ......... ......... 1 27

44th Virginia ......... 1 1 2

52nd Virginia 1 1 4 20

58th Virginia ......... 4 ........ 5

Brockenbrough's ......... ......... ........ ........

battery

Lusk's battery ......... .......... ........ 3

Total 1 6 8 57

Fourth Brigade

Field and staff ......... .......... 1 ........

12th Georgia ......... 2 ........ 11

13th Virginia .......... 2 1 13

Raine's battery ......... 2 ........ 7

Total .......... 6 2 31

Seventh Brigade

Brigadier-General TRIMBLE

commanding

15th Alabama 2 7 2 35

21st Georgia ......... 4 1 22

16th Mississippi ......... 6 3 25

21st North ......... 2 1 10

Carolina

Courtney's ......... 2 ......... 10

battery

Total 2 21 7 102

Eighth Brigade

Brigadier

General RICHARD

TAYLOR

commanding

7th Louisiana ......... 1 1 7

8th Louisiana ......... 1 ........ 7

Total ......... 2 1 14

Patton's Brigade

Colonel J. M.

PATTON

commanding.

42nd Virginia* ......... ......... ......... 3

48th Virginia* ......... 3 1 6

Total ......... 3 1 9

Grand total 3 38 19 213

Missing

Command Officers Enlisted Aggregate Remarks

men

Division ......... ......... 1 Captain G. C.

staff Brown, aide-de

camp, wounded

Second

Brigade

Field and ......... ......... 1 Brigadier

staff General George

H. Steuart

wounded severely

1st Maryland ......... ......... 28 Lieutenant

Hezekiah H. Bean

wounded

44th ......... ......... 4 Captain John T.

Virginia Martin wounded

52nd ......... ......... 26 Lieutenant [C.

Virginia M.]King killed,

and Major John

D. H. Ross,

Lieuts. S. Paul

and T. D. Ranson,

and Assist. Surg.

John Lewis

wounded

58th .......... ......... 5

Virginia

Brockenbrough's battery ......... ......... 2

Lusk's ......... ......... 5

battery

Total ......... ......... 72

Fourth

Brigade

Field and .......... .......... 1 Brigadier

staff General Arnold

Elzey wounded

12th Georgia .......... .......... 13

13th ......... 1 17 Lieutenant R. C.

Virginia Macon wounded

Raine's ......... 8 17

battery

Total ......... 9 48

Seventh

Brigade

Brigadier-General

TRIMBLE

commanding

15th Alabama 4 51 Captain r. H.

1 Hill and Lieuts.

H. C. Brainard

and A. A.

McIntosh wounded,

and Lieutenant

W. T. Berry

missing.

21st Georgia ......... 1 28 Lieutenant J. M.

Mack wounded

16th ......... ......... 34 Colonel Carnot

Mississippi Posey and Lieuts.

J. B. Carnot

Posey and Lieuts.

J. B. Coleman and

W. R. Brown

wounded.

21st North ......... ............ 13

Carolina

Courtney's ......... ......... 12

battery

Total 1 5

138

Eighth

Brigade

Brigadier

General

RICHARD

TAYLOR

commanding

7th .......... .......... 9 Captain -Green

Louisiana wounded

8th ......... ......... 8

Louisiana

Total ......... ......... 17

Patton's

Brigade

Colonel J.

M. PATTON

commanding.

42nd .......... ......... 3

Virginia*

48th ......... ......... 10

Virginia*

Total .......... ......... 13

Grand total 14 288

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*See Second Brigade, Jackson's division, report Numbers 60, p. 717.

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