War of the Rebellion: Serial 039 Page 0173 Chapter XXXVII. THE CHANCELLORSVILLE CAMPAIGN.

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POLLOCK'S MILL CREEK (WHITE OAK RUN), OR FITZHUGH'S CROSSING, APRIL 29-MAY 2.

Killed. Wounded.

Command. Offi-cers. Enlis-ted Offi-cers. Enlis-ted

men. men.

7th Indiana

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1 1 3

19th

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1

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3

Indiana

12th

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1

Massachusetts

13th 2

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1

Massachusetts

24th

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4 1 19

Michigan

22nd New

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6

Jersey

29th New

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1

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3

Jersey

15th New

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1

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York

Engineers*

50th New

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6

York

Engineers*

1st New

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8

York Light

Artillery,

Battery L

22nd New

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10

York

24th New

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1

York

30th New

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1

York

76th New

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1

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York

83rd New

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1

York

84th New

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2 21

York

95th New

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2

York

147th New

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6

York

56th

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2

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8

Pennsylvania

90th

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1

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7

Pennsylvania

107th

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1

Pennsylvania

135th

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1

Pennsylvania

136th

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1 5

Pennsylvania

2nd

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5

Wisconsin

6th

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3 1 12

Wisconsin

7th 2 1 2 3

Wisconsin

4th U. S.

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1

Artillery,

Battery B

Total 4 15 9 135

Captured or missing.

Command. Offi-cers. Enlis-ted Aggre-gate.

men.

7th Indiana

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5

19th Indiana

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1 5

12th Massachusetts

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1

13th Massachusetts

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3

24th Michigan

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24

22nd New Jersey

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6

29th New Jersey

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4

15th New York

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1

Engineers*

50th New York

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1 7

Engineers*

1st New York Light

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8

Artillery, Battery

L

22nd New York

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10

24th New York

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1

30th New York

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1

76th New York

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1

83rd New York

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1

84th New York

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23

95th New York 1 4 7

147th New York

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6

56th Pennsylvania

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10

90th Pennsylvania

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8

107th Pennsylvania

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1

135th Pennsylvania

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1

136th Pennsylvania

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6

2nd Wisconsin

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1 6

6th Wisconsin

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16

7th Wisconsin

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1 9

4th U. S.

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1

Artillery, Battery

B

Total 1 8 172

OFFICERS KILLED.

Captain George Bush, 13th Massachusets, April 30.

Lieutenant William Cordwell, 13th Massachusetts, April 30.

Captain Alexander Gordon, 7th Wisconsin, April 29.

Lieutenant William O. Topping, 7th Wisconsin, April 29.

OFFICERS MORTALLY WOUNDED.

Lieutenant James H. Bloomfield, 84th New York, April 29.

Lieutenant Alfred C. Lindsay, 136th Pennsylvania, April 30.

THE STONEMAN RAID, APRIL 29-MAY 11.

Killed. Wounded.

Command. Offi-cers. Enlis-ted Offi-cers. Enlis-ted

men. men.

12th

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2 1 2

Illinois

Cavalry

1st maine

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1

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1

Cavalry

1st

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Maryland

Cavalry

6th

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Pennsylvania Cavalry

1st U. S.

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Cavalry

2nd U. S.

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Cavalry

5th U. S.

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1

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3

Cavalry

6th U. S.

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Cavalry

Total

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4 1 6

Captured or missing.

Command. Offi-cers. Enlisted Aggre-gate.

men.

12th Illinois 1 29 35

Cavalry

1st maine 1 23 26

Cavalry

1st Maryland

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10 10

Cavalry

6th Pennsylvania

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2 2

Cavalry

1st U. S.

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18 18

Cavalry

2nd U. S.

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11 11

Cavalry

5th U. S. 2 31 37

Cavalry

6th U. S.

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10 11

Cavalry

Total 4 135 150

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*The casualties in the Engineer troops occurred at Fitzhugh's Crossing, April 29, and at United States and Banks' Fords, May 3-4.

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