War of the Rebellion: Serial 029 Page 0398 KY.,MID.AND E.TENN.,N.ALA.,AND SW.VA. Chapter XXXII.

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List of commissioned officers killed and wounded.

HEADQUARTERS BRIGADE U. S. REGULAR TROOPS, THIRD DIVISION, CENTER, FOURTEENTH ARMY CORPS, January 10, 1863.

Killed.-MajorS. D. Carpenter, Nineteenth Infantry; Capt. William W. Wise, Fifteenth Infantry; Capt. J. B. Bell, Fifteenth Infantry; Capt. Charles L. Kneass, First Battalion Eighteenth Infantry; Second Lieut. J. F. Hitchcock, Second Battalion Eighteenth Infantry.

Wounded.-Major John H. King, Fifteenth Infantry; Major A. J. Slemmer, Sixteenth Infantry, severely; Capt. Joseph S. York, Fifteenth Infantry, slightly; Capt. Robert P. Barry, Sixteenth Infantry, severely; Capt. John C. King, Sixteenth Infantry, severely; Capt. Newton L. Dykeman, Sixteenth Infantry, slightly; Capt. Henry Douglass, First Battalion Eighteenth Infantry, slightly; Capt. D. L. Wood, First Battalion Eighteenth Infantry, slightly; Capt. R. B. Hull, First Battalion Eighteenth Infantry, severely; Capt. Charles E. Dennison, Second Battalion Eighteenth Infantry, severely; Capt. A. B. Thompson, Second Battalion Eighteenth Infantry, severely; Capt. Henry Haymond, Third Battalion Eighteenth Infantry, slightly; First Lieut. W. B. Occleston, Fifteenth Infantry, severely; First Lieut. W. H. Bartholomew, Sixteenth Infantry, severely; First. Lieut. John Power, adjutant Sixteenth Infantry, severely; First Lieut. James C. Howland, Sixteenth Infantry, slightly; First Lieut. Joseph McConnell, First Battalion Eighteenth Infantry, severely; First Lieut. Morgan L. Ogden, Second Battalion Eighteenth Infantry, severely; First Lieut. James Simons, Second Battalion Eighteenth Infantry, severely; Second Lieut. G. S. Carpenter, First Battalion Eighteenth Infantry, severely; Second Lieut. John I. Adair, First Battalion Eighteenth Infantry, slightly.

O. L. SHEPHERD,

Lieut. Col. Eighteenth Infantry, U. S. Army, Comdg. Brigade.

Consolidated report of casualties in brigade U. S. regular troops, Third Division, Center, Fourteenth Army Corps, in the five days' battles before Murfreesborough, Tenn., commencing December 31, 1862, and ending January 4, 1863.*

Officers Enlisted men

Command In Killed Wounded In Killed

action action

Brigade 4 - - 1 -

headquarters

Battery H, 5th 3 - - 120 -

Artillery

1st Battalion, 16 2 3 304 10

15th Infantry

1st Battalion, 15 - 7 293 16

16th Infantry

1st Battalion, 16 1 6 272 28

18th Infantry

2nd Battalion, 16 1 5 298 30

18th Infantry

1st Battalion, 16 1 - 198 6

19th Infantry

Total 80 5 21 1,486 90

Command Wound Priso Missing Total Killed Wounded

ed ners enlist

ed

Brigade - - - - - -

headquarters

Battery H, 5th 5 - - 5 8 5

Artillery

1st Battalion, 74 2 15 101 - -

15th Infantry

1st Battalion, 147 - 16 159 - -

16th Infantry

1st Battalion, 115 2 - 145 - -

18th Infantry

2nd Battalion, 98 3 2 133 - -

18th Infantry

1st Battalion, 55 - 7 68 - -

19th Infantry

Total 494 7 40 611 8 5

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*But see revised statement, p.210.

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