War of the Rebellion: Serial 029 Page 0619 Chapter XXXII. THE STONE'S RIVER CAMPAIGN.

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A consolidated list of casualties, including those of the First Tennessee, Anderson Troop, and Third Indiana, as nearly as ascertained, will be submitted in the morning.

Respectfully submitted.

D. S. STANLEY,

Brigadier-General and Chief of Cavalry.

HEADQUARTERS CAVALRY, Near Murfreesborough, January 12, 1863.

SIR: Inclosed please find consolidated report, with list of commissioned officers killed, wounded, and missing, in the operations before Murfreesborough. I send it unsigned, as the general is away.

I am, your obedient servant,

WM. H. SINCLAIR,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

C. GODDARD,

Assistant Adjutant-General in Chief of Staff.

Report of casualties in cavalry command, Fourteenth Army Corps, from the advance from Nashville on the 26th December, and including the battles before Murfreesborough.*

Killed. Wounded. Missing.

Offi- Enlis Offi Enlis Offi- Enlis-

Command. cers. ted cers ted cers. ted

men. . men. men.

2nd Indiana ---- 1 --- ---- 1 13

Cavalry.

7th Pennsylvania ---- 2 --- 9 ---- 50

Cavalry.

3rd Kentucky ---- 1 1 7 ---- 1

Cavalry.

4th Michigan ---- 1 1 6 ---- 12

Cavalry.

1st Middle ---- ---- 1 5 1 8

Tennessee Cavalry+.

2nd East Tennessee 1 2 --- 10 ---- 5

Cavalry.

4th U. S. Cavalry. ---- 3 1 9 ---- 12

15th Pennsylvania 1 ---- 1 5 ----

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Cavalry.

1st Ohio Cavalry. 3 2 1 10 ++1 14

3rd Ohio Cavalry. ---- 6 --- 15 ---- 13

4th Ohio Cavalry. ---- 7 --- 18 ---- 31

5 25 6 94 3 159

CONTINUATION:

Total. Horses.

Command. Officers Enlisted Killed. Wounded.

. men.

2nd Indiana Cavalry. 1 14

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7th Pennsylvania

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61

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Cavalry.

3rd Kentucky Cavalry. 1 9 7 15

4th Michigan Cavalry. 1 19 11 17

1st Middle Tennessee 2 13 19 8

Cavalry+.

2nd East Tennessee 1 17

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Cavalry.

4th U. S. Cavalry. 1 24

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15th Pennsylvania 2 5

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Cavalry.

1st Ohio Cavalry. 5 26

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3rd Ohio Cavalry.

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34

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4th Ohio Cavalry.

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56

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14 278 37 40

List of officers killed and wounded in cavalry command, Fourteenth Army Corps, Department of the Cumberland, in operations before Murfreesborough, Tenn.

Killed.-Colonel Minor Milliken, First Ohio Cavalry; Major D. A. B. Moore, First Ohio Cavalry; Lieutenant T. L. Condit, Company L, First Ohio Cavalry.

Wounded.-Captain Wortham, Company C, First Tennessee Cavalry; Captain Eli Long, Company K, Fourth U. S. Cavalry; Adjt. William H. Scott, First Ohio; Lieutenant Thomas V. Mitchell, Company H, Fourth Michigan Cavalry.

HEADQUARTERS CAVALRY, Camp on Bradyville pike, Tenn., January 29, 1863.

COLONEL: In accordance with Paragraph 743, Army Regulations, I have the honor to submit the names of the following officers deserving, in my opinion, of special notice:

Major Klein, Third Indiana, on the 27th first engaged the enemy on the Nolensville pike, and soon put them to full flight.

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*But see revised statement, p. 214.

+Fifth Tennessee Cavalry.

++Surgeon.

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