War of the Rebellion: Serial 027 Page 0549 Chapter XXXI. THE MARYLAND CAMPAIGN.

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Numbers 202. Return of casualties in the Union forces at Maryland Heights and Harper's Ferry.*

[Compiled from nominal list of casualties, returns, &c.]

Killed. Wounded.

Command Officers Enlisted Office Enlisted

men. rs. men.

General staff 1

12th Illinois Cavalry 2

2nd Illinois Light

Artillery, Battery M

65th Illinois Infantry 1 6

15th Indiana Battery 3

Rigby's (Wilder)

Indiana Battery

1st Maryland Cavalry 1 2

(detachment)

Cole's Battalion

Maryland Cavalry

1st Maryland Potomac 6 6

Home Brigade Infantry

3rd Maryland Potomac 1 2 1 8

Home Brigade Infantry

8th New York Cavalry

5th New York Heavy 2

Artillery, Batteries A

and F

12th New York Infantry

(militia)

39th New York Infantry 15

111th New York Infantry 5 6

115th New York Infantry 1 10

125th New York Infantry 2 1

126th New York Infantry 1 12 4 38

Potts' Ohio battery (F,

32nd Ohio Infantry)

32nd Ohio Infantry 1 9 3 55

60th Ohio Infantry 2 1 5

87th Ohio Infantry 1

7th Squadron Rhode

Island Cavalry

9th Vermont Infantry 3

Unattached, in

hospitals, &c

Total 3 41 13 160

Killed. Wounded. Captured or missing.

Command Officers Enlisted men. Aggregate.

General staff 6 7

12th Illinois Cavalry 4 153 159

2nd Illinois Light 3 97 100

Artillery, Battery M

65th Illinois Infantry 32 778 817

15th Indiana Battery 4 114 121

Rigby's (Wilder) 4 109 113

Indiana Battery

1st Maryland Cavalry 1 19 23

(detachment)

Cole's Battalion

Maryland Cavalry

1st Maryland Potomac 32 747 791

Home Brigade Infantry

3rd Maryland Potomac 24 510 546

Home Brigade Infantry

8th New York Cavalry 5 87 92

5th New York Heavy 9 256 267

Artillery, Batteries A

and F

12th New York Infantry 30 530 560

(militia)

39th New York Infantry 10 520 545

111th New York Infantry 36 934 981

115th New York Infantry 28 950 989

125th New York Infantry 38 881 922

126th New York Infantry 30 946 1,031

Potts' Ohio battery (F, 2 82 84

32nd Ohio Infantry)

32nd Ohio Infantry 31 643 742

60th Ohio Infantry 38 867 913

87th Ohio Infantry 38 976 1,015

7th Squadron Rhode

Island Cavalry

9th Vermont Infantry 30 714 747

Unattached, in 1,172 1,172

hospitals, &c

Total 435 12,085 ++12,737

OFFICERS KILLED.-Captain Jacob Sarbaugh, Third Maryland Potomac Home Brigade Infantry, Samuel R. Breese, Thirty-second Ohio Infantry, and Lieutenant Alfred R. Clapp, One hundred and twenty-sixth New York Infantry.

DIED OF WOUNDS.-Colonel Dixon S. Miles, Second U. S. Infantry, and Lieutenant Daniel C. Hiteshew, First Maryland Cavalry.

Numbers 203. Record of the Harper's Ferry Military Commission.

PROCEEDINGS OF A MILITARY COMMISSION HELD AT WASHINGTON, CITY, D. C., BY VIRTUTE OF THE FOLLOWING ORDERS:

SPECIAL ORDERS, WAR DEPARTMENT, ADJT. General 'S OFFICE,

Numbers 256.

Washington, September 23, 1862.

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XXII. A special commission will assemble ion this city at 11 o'clock a. m., on Thursday, the 25th instant, for the trial of such cases as may be brought before it.

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*Includes actions at Maryland Heights September 12 and 13, and at Harper's Ferry and Bolivar Heights September 14 and 15.

+ No loss reported.

++ A number of the wounded fell into the enemy's hands, and are also counted with the captured.

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