War of the Rebellion: Serial 029 Page 0410 KY.,MID. AND E.TENN.,N.ALA.,AND SW.VA. Chapter XXXII.

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Captain Charles T. Wing, assistant quartermaster; Major F. H. Gross, medical director; Captain James R. Hayden, ordnance officer; Lieutenants W. W. Barker, aide-de-camp; Robert H. Cochran, provost-marshal; Thomas Riddle, acting assistant commissary of subsistence; Charles C. Cook, acting aide-de-camp; W. D. Ingraham, topographical engineer; Captain Frederick Schultz, Lieutenants Joseph Hein, Battery M, First Ohio Artillery; Alexander Marshall, John Crable, Robert D. Whittlesey, Battery G, First Ohio Artillery; A. A. Ellsworth, W. H. Spence, Nell's section, Kentucky Artillery; H. Terry, Third Ohio Cavalry; Sergt. H. B. Fletcher, Company K, Nineteenth Illinois Volunteers; Corpl. R. G. Rice, Company K, First Wisconsin Volunteers; Private James A. Sangston, Company C, Seventy-ninth Pennsylvania Volunteers; Sergt. Charles Rambour, Company K, Seventy-fourth Ohio Volunteers, and Private William Longwell, orderly, Seventh Pennsylvania Cavalry; Sergt. George C. Lee, Corpl. E. H. Dougherty, and Privates Henry Zimmerman, Henry Schwenk, John Higgins, Leon Starr, Daniel Walker, John D. McCorkle, Abraham Kepperly, George Gillen, and John Cunningham, of the escort.

The following is an approximate report of the casualties* of my command during the battles before Murfreesborough, Tenn., December 30 and 31, 1862, and January 2 and 3, 1863:

W e n t i n t o a c t i o n.

Command. Commiss Enlisted Horses. Guns.

ioned men.

officer

s.

SECOND DIVISION, CENTER,

FOURTEENTH ARMY CORPS.

First East Tenn. Brigade 66 734 8 ---

Twenty-ninth Brigade 93 1,719 37 ---

Seventh Brigade 71 1,948 --- ---

Infantry 230 4,401 45 ---

Schultz's battery 2 75 56 4

Marshall's battery 3 110 116 6

Nell's battery 2 47 40 3

Artillery 7 232 212 13

Total 237 4,633 257 13

L o s t i n a c t i o n.

Killed. Wounded. Missing.

Command. Co Enlis Co Enlis Comm Enlis

mm ted mm ted issi ted

is is oned

si si

on on

ed ed

SECOND DIVISION, CENTER,

FOURTEENTH ARMY CORPS.

First East Tenn. Brigade - 3 1 22 -- ---

Twenty-ninth Brigade 8 77 25 259 -- 94

Seventh Brigade 3 79 20 415 1 193

Infantry 11 159 46 696 1 187

Schultz's battery - 1 1 -- -- 1

Marshall's battery - 5 - 5 -- 14

Nell's battery - 1 - 3 -- 6

Artillery - 7 1 8 -- 21

Total 11 166 47 704 1 208

L o s t i n a c t i o n.

H o r s e s. Guns.

Command. Kill Wound Miss Lost. Disab

ed. ed. ing. led.

SECOND DIVISION, CENTER,

FOURTEENTH ARMY CORPS.

First East Tenn. Brigade -- 1 -- -- --

Twenty-ninth Brigade 5 3 5 -- --

Seventh Brigade -- -- -- -- --

Infantry 5 4 5 -- --

Schultz's battery 5 4 -- 1 --

Marshall's battery 34 12 -- 4 --

Nell's battery 18 6 4 1 1

Artillery 57 22 4 6 1

Total 62 26 9 6 1

My command captured from the enemy upward of 400 prisoners, four brass pieces of field artillery, and one stand of regimental colors.

I have the honor to remain, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

JAS. S. NEGLEY,

Brigadier-General.

Major GEORGE E. FLYNT,

Chief of Staff.

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*But see revised statement, p. 211.

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