War of the Rebellion: Serial 024 Page 0176 Chapter XXIX. WEST TENN. AND NORTHERN MISS.

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Return of Casualties in the Union forces-Continued.

Killed. Wounded.

Commands. Officers. Enlisted Officers. Enlisted

men. men.

ARMY OF

WEST

TENNESSEE-

Continued.

SIXTH

DIVISION.

Brigadier

General

THOMAS J.

McKEAN.

First

Brigade.

(1.)

Colonel

BENJAMIN

ALLEN.

(2.)

Brigadier

General

JOHN

McARTHUR.

21st ........... ........... ........... 18

Missouri

16th ........... 7 ........... 28

Wisconsin

17th ........... 4 2 19

Wisconsin

Total ........... 11 2 65

First

Brigade

Second

Brigade

Colonel

JOHN M.

OLIVER.

Illinois ........... ........... ........... ..........

Cavalry,

Ford's

company

15th ........... 13 1 28

Michigan

18th ........... 3 ........... 4

Missouri,

Companies

A, B, C,

and E

14th 2 25 3 47

Wisconsin

18th ........... 2 ........... 25

Wisconsin

Total 2 43 4 104

Second

Brigade

Third

Brigade.

Colonel

MARCELLUS

M.

CROCKER.

11th Iowa ........... 1 2 8

13th Iowa ........... 1 1 13

15th Iowa 3 8 3 64

16th Iowa ........... 1 2 18

Total 3 11 8 103

Third

Brigade

Artillery.

Captain

ANDREW

HICKENLOOP

ER.

2nd ........... ........... ........... ..........

Illinois

Light

Artillery,

Battery F

Minnesota ........... ........... ........... 1

Light

Artillery,

1st

Battery

Ohio Light ........... ........... ........... 1

Artillery,

3rd

Battery

Ohio Light ........... ........... ........... 3

Artillery,

5th

Battery

Ohio Light ........... ........... ........... 3

Artillery,

10th

Battery

Total ........... ........... ........... 8

Artillery

Total 5 65 14 280

Sixth

Division

Total Army 16 174 69 923

of West

Tennessee

RECAPITULA

TION.

Army of 11 154 46 803

the

Mississipp

i

Army of 16 174 69 923

West

Tennessee

Grand 27 328 115 1,726

total

Captured or missing.

Commands. Officers. Enlisted men. Aggregate.

ARMY OF WEST

TENNESSEE-

Continued.

SIXTH

DIVISION.

Brigadier

General

THOMAS J.

McKEAN.

First Brigade.

(1.) Col

BENJAMIN

ALLEN.

(2.) Brigadier

General JOHN

McARTHUR.

21st Missouri .............. 6 24

16th Wisconsin .............. 10 45

17th Wisconsin .............. 7 32

Total First .............. 23 101

Brigade

Second

Brigade.

Colonel JOHN

M. OLIVER.

Illinois .............. .............. ..............

Cavalry,

Ford's company

15th Michigan .............. 8 50

18th Missouri, .............. 2 9

Companies A,

B, C, and E

14th Wisconsin .............. 21 98

18th Wisconsin .............. 7 34

Total Second .............. 38 191

Brigade

Third Brigade

Col MARCELLUS

M. CROCKER.

............. 10 21

11th Iowa

13th Iowa ............. .............. 15

15th Iowa .............. 8 86

16th Iowa .............. 6 27

Total Third .............. 24 149

Brigade

Artillery.

Captain

ANDREW

HICKENLOOPER.

2nd Illinois .............. .............. ..............

Light

Artillery,

Battery F

Minnesota .............. .............. 1

Light

Artillery, 1st

Battery

Ohio Light .............. .............. 1

Artillery, 3rd

Battery

Ohio Light .............. .............. 3

Artillery, 5th

Battery

Ohio Light .............. .............. 3

Artillery,

10th Battery

Total .............. .............. 8

Artillery

Total Sixth .............. 85 449

Division

Total Army of 4 239 1,425

West Tennessee

RECAPITULATION

.

Army of the 1 80 1,095

Mississippi

Army of West 4 239 1,425

Tennessee

Grand total 5 319 2,520

Officers killed.-Lieutenant Henry A. Webb, Twenty-seventh Ohio; Captain Jacob M. Spangler and Lieutenant Charles C. Heyl, Forty-third Ohio; Captain James McFadden, Sixty-third Ohio; Colonel William A. Thrush and Captain David De Wolf, Forty-seventh Illinois; Captain Charles Holister, Eleventh Missouri; Captain Robert P. Moores, Fourth Minnesota; Major Richard Lanning and Lieutenant John J. Robinson,jr., Eightieth Ohio; Lieutenant Daniel T. Noyes, Sixth Wisconsin Battery; Brigadier General Pleasant A. Hackleman, U. S. Volunteers;Lieutenant Edward Brainard, Fifty-second Illinois; Lieuts. John G. Huntington and Thomas Snowden, Second Iowa; Captain Benton K. Smith, Seventh Iowa; Lieutenant Enos Tichenor, Eighth Iowa; Captain William Britt, Ninth Illinois; Captain Guy C. Ward, Twelfth Illinois; Lieuts. William Brown, jr., and Henry N. Estabrook, Seventh Illinois; Lieutenant Jonas D. Corwin, Fiftieth Illinois; Captain Levi W. Vaughn and Lieutenant Samuel A. Tinkham, Fourteenth Wisconsin; Lieuts. Rufus H. Eldredge, William M. Carthcart, and John D. Kinsman, Fifteenth Iowa.