War of the Rebellion: Serial 027 Page 0810 OPERATIONS IN N. VA., W. VA., MD., AND PA.

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[CHAP. XXXI.

CAVALRY.

Major General JAMES E. B. STUART.

Hampton's Brigade.

1st North Carolina, Colonel L. S. Baker.

2nd South Carolina, Colonel M. C. Butler.

10th Virginia.

Cobb's (Georgia) Legion, Lieutenant Colonel P. M. B. Young.

Jeff. Davis Legion, Lieutenant Colonel W. T. Martin.

Lee's Brigade.

Brigadier General FITZ. LEE.

1st Virginia, Lieutenant Colonel L. Tiernan Brien.

3rd Virginia, Lieutenant Colonel John T. Thornton.

4th Virginia, Colonel Williams C. Wickham.

5th Virginia, Colonel T. L. Rosser.

9th Virginia.

Robertson's Brigade.

Brigadier General B. H. ROBERTSON.

Colonel THOMAS T. MUNFORD.

2nd Virginia, Colonel T. T. Munford and Lieutenant-Colonel Burks.

6th Virginia.

7th Virginia, Captain S. B. Myers.

12th Virginia, Colonel A. W. Harman.

17th Virginia Battalion.

HORSE ARTILLERY.

Captain JOHN PELHAM.

Chew's (Virginia) battery.

Hart's (South Carolina) battery.

Pelham's (Virginia) battery.

Numbers 205. Report of Surg. Lafayette Guild, C. S. Army, Medical Director Army of Northern Virginia, of killed and wounded at Boonsborough (South Mountain or Turner's Pass), Crampton's Gap, Harper's Ferry, Sharpsburg (Antietam), and Shepherdstown (Blackford's or Boteler's) Ford.

Command. Killed. Wounded. Total.

PICKETT'S DIVISION

Kemper's brigade.

1st Virginia --- 8 8

7th Virginia 2 10 12

11th Virginia 3 38 41

17th Virginia 6 30 36

24th Virginia. --- 2 2

Pickett's (old) brigade

8th Virginia 4 9 13

18th Virginia 5 38 43

19th Virginia 7 37 44

28th Virginia 8 54 62

56th Virginia 1 19 20