War of the Rebellion: Serial 016 Page 0253 Chapter XXIV. CAMPAIGN IN NORTHERN VIRGINIA.

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Return of Casualties in the Union forces, commanded by Major General John Pope, during the operations August 16-September 2, 1862, inclusive-Continued.

Killed. Wounded.

Command. Officers Enlisted Officers Enlisted

men men

Second Brigade-Continued

109th Pennsylvania* ........ ....... ....... ........

111th Pennsylvania* ........ ....... ....... ........

Total Second Brigade ....... 2 25 ........

Third Brigade

Colonel JAMES A.

TAIT.

3rd Delaware ....... ....... ....... 3

1st District of ....... ....... ........ ........

Columbia*

60th New York ....... ........ ........ 1

78th New York ....... ....... ....... ........

Purnell Legion, ....... 2 ........ 7

Maryland

Total Third Brigade ....... 2 ....... 11

Total Second Division ....... 4 ........ 36

Artillery

Captain CLERMONT L.

BEST

Maine Light ....... ....... ....... ........

Artillery, 4th

Battery*

Maine Light ....... 4 ....... 9

Artillery, 6th

Battery+

1st New York Light ....... ....... ....... ........

Artillery, Battery M*

New York Light ....... ....... ....... ........

Artillery, 10th

Battery*

Pennsylvania Light ....... ........ ........ ........

Artillery, Battery E*

4th U. S. Artillery, ........ ....... ....... ........

Battery F*

Total artillery ........ 4 ........ 9

Cavalry Brigade

Brigadier General

JOHN BUFORD

1st Michigan ....... 8 3 10

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

1st Vermont ........ 1 ........ ........

1st West Virginia ........ 5 ........ 22

Total Cavalry Brigade ....... 15 3 32

Total Second Army ....... 23 3 77

Corps

THIRD ARMY CORPS

Major General IRVIN

McDOWELL

Maine Light ....... ........ ....... ........

Artillery, 3rd

Battery (Pontoneers)*

13th Pennsylvania ........ ........ ........ 5

Reserves (1st

Rifles), Companies

C, G, H, and I.

FIRST DIVISION

(1.) Brigadier

General RUFUS

KING.++

(2.) Brigadier

General JOHN P.

HATCH.$

(3.) Brigadier

General ABNER

DOUBLEDAY.

Staff. ....... ........ 1 ........

Captured or missing

Command. Officers Enlisted Aggrega-te

men

Second Brigade-Continued ........ ....... .......

109th Pennsylvania* ........ ........ .......

111th Pennsylvania* ........ 3 30

Total Second Brigade

Third Brigade

Colonel JAMES A.

TAIT.

3rd Delaware 1 ... 4

1st District of ... ... ...

Columbia*

60th New York ... ... 1

78th New York ... 1 1

Purnell Legion, 4 59 72

Maryland

Total Third Brigade 5 60 78

Total Second Division 5 63 108

Artillery

Captain CLERMONT L.

BEST

Maine Light ... ... ...

Artillery, 4th

Battery*

Maine Light ... 5 18

Artillery, 6th

Battery+

1st New York Light ... ... ...

Artillery, Battery M*

New York Light ... .... ...

Artillery, 10th

Battery*

Pennsylvania Light ..... ... ...

Artillery, Battery E*

4th U. S. Artillery, ... .... ...

Battery F*

Total artillery .. 5 18

Cavalry Brigade

Brigadier General

JOHN BUFORD

1st Michigan 5 92 118

5th New York ... 4 5

1st Vermont ... 8 9

1st West Virginia 2 39 68

Total Cavalry Brigade 7 143 200

Total Second Army 12 226 341

Corps

THIRD ARMY CORPS

Major General IRVIN

McDOWELL

Maine Light ... ... ...

Artillery, 3rd

Battery (Pontoneers)*

13th Pennsylvania 1 19 25

Reserves (1st

Rifles), Companies

C, G, H, and I.

FIRST DIVISION

(1.) Brigadier

General RUFUS

KING.++

(2.) Brigadier

General JOHN P.

HATCH.$

(3.) Brigadier

General ABNER

DOUBLEDAY.

Staff. ... ... 1

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* No loss reported.

+ Temporarily attached to Third Corps, Army of the Potomac, August 28.

++ Sick after August 28.

$ Wounded August 30.

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