War of the Rebellion: Serial 029 Page 0261 Chapter XXXII. THE STONE'S RIVER CAMPAIGN.

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General summary of killed and wounded at the battle of Stone's river,&c.-Continued.

SECOND DIVISION.

(S. MARKS, medical director.)

Regiments. Killed. Wounded. Total.

34th Illinois 18 100 118

77th Pennsylvania 4 28 32

79th Illinois 19 80 99

30th Indiana 29 100 129

6th Indiana 15 52 67

1sto Ohio 8 38 46

93rd Ohio 12 41 53

5th Kentucky 18 80 98

32nd Indiana 12 8 20

39th Indiana 30 109 139

15th Ohio 17 106 123

1st Ohio Artillery, Battery A 1 5 6

89th Illinois 10 45 55

49th Ohio 16 96 112

5th Indiana Battery 3 18 21

Total 212 906 1,118

THIRD DIVISION.*

(D. J. GRIFFITHS,medical director.)

88th Illinois 15 55 70

21st Michigan 18 84 102

36th Illinois 45 159 204

27th Illinois 9 35 44

24th Wisconsin 19 58 77

51st Illinois 6 48 54

22nd Illinois 25 88 113

42nd Illinois 21 109 130

44th Illinois 6 34 40

73rd Illinois 22 52 74

2nd Missouri 2 22 24

15th Missouri 14 44 58

Total 202 788 990

General summary of Right Wing, Fourteenth Army Corps, Department of the Cumberland (C. McDermont,medical director.)

Divisions. Killed. Wounded. Total.

First Division 128 640 768

Second Division 212 906 1,118

Third Division 202 788 990

Total 542 2,334 2,876

No. 17. Report of Brig. Gen. Jefferson C. Davis, U. S. Army, commanding First Division.

HDQRS.1ST DIVISION, RIGHT WING, 14TH ARMY CORPS, January-, 1863.

MAJOR: I have the honor to submit the following report of the part taken by the division under my command in the recent operations

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*This division reports no batteries.

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