War of the Rebellion: Serial 034 Page 0424 KY., MD., AND E. TENN., N. ALA., AND SW. VA. Chapter XXXV.

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Return of Casualties in the Union forces, &c., - Continued.

Captured

Killed Wounded. or missing.

Command. Off Enl Offi Enli Off Enl Agg

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Second Brigade.

Colonel ELI LONG.

2nd Kentucky 1 - - 2 - 2 5

1st Ohio - 2 - 1 - - 3

3rd Ohio - - - 6 - - 6

4th Ohio - - 1 4 - - 5

Total Second Brigade 1 2 1 13 - 2 19

Total Second Division. 2 7 7 34 - 5 55

Total Cavalry Corps 4 11 8 56 - 10 89

RECAPITULATION

Fourteenth Army Corps 1 26 6 171 1 1 206

Twentieth Army Corps. 6 36 17 214 - 1 274

Twenty-first Army Corps. - - - 1 - - 1

Cavalry Corps 4 11 8 56 - 10 89

Total Army of the 11 73 31 442 1 12 570

Cumberland.

OFFICERS KILLED.

ILLINOIS.

Lieutenant Alexander D. Merrill, 34th Infantry.

Captain John H. Patton, 79th Infantry.

Captain Herbert M. Blake, 89th Infantry.

INDIANA.

Chaplain John R. Eddy, 79th Infantry.

KENTUCKY.

Lieutenant William G. Jenkins, 2nd Cavalry.

Lieutenant William Murphy, 6th Cavalry.

OHIO.

Lieutenant Andrew E. Smiley, 15th Infantry.

Captain Hiram Chance, 49th Infantry.

PENNSYLVANIA.

Lieutenant Amos B. Rhoads, 7th Cavalry.

Captain Gilbert Waters, 9th Cavalry.

Lieutenant William H. Thomas, 77th Infantry.

OFFICERS MORTALLY WOUNDED.

ILLINOIS.

Captain Hezekiah D. Martin, 79th Infantry.