War of the Rebellion: Serial 039 Page 0947 Chapter XXXVII. THE CHANCELLORSVILLE CAMPAIGN.

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APPENDIX A.

Strength and Casualties of brigades of D. H. Hill's division, commanded by Brigadier General R. E. Rodes, in battle of Chancellorsville.

Strength. Casualties.

Command. Ki lled.

Officers. Men. Officers. Men.

Doles' brigade 133 1,489 4 62

Iverson's 135 1,660 9 69

brigade

Ramseur's 129 1,380 12 142

brigade

Rodes' brigade 151 1,744 5 85

Colquitt's 130 1,600 --- 9

brigade*

Total 678 7,873 30 367

Continuation: Casualties.

Command. Woun ded. Mis sing.

Offi-cers. Men. Offi-cers. Men. Aggre-gate.

Doles' brigade 31 312 --- 28 437

Iverson's 26 305 5 72 486

brigade

Ramseur's 41 485 5 103 788

brigade

Rodes' brigade 42 496 21 167 816

Colquitt's 8 120 28 284 449

brigade*

Total 148 1,718 59 654 2,976

R. E. RODES,

Brigadier-General, Commanding Division.

APPENDIX B.

List of general, field, and staff officers present with their commands at the battle of Chancellorsville, in Major General D. H. Hill's division, commanded by Brigadier General R. E. Rodes.

Names and orga-nizations. Under Killed. Wounded Left on Remarks.

fire. field,

wounded

Brigadier 1 --- --- ---

General George

Doles

Captain F. T. 1 --- --- ---

Snead,

assistant

adjutant-general

Lieutenant E. 1 --- --- ---

A. Hawkins,

aide-de-camp

Colonel Philip 1 --- 1 1 Wounded

Cook, Fourth early May

Georgia 3.

Regiment

Lieutenant 1 --- --- ---

Colonel D. R.

E. Winn, Fourth

Georgia

Regiment

Colonel Edw. 1 --- --- ---

Willis, Twelfth

Georgia

Regiment

Major Isaac 1 --- --- ---

Hardeman,

Twelfth Georgia

Regiment

Colonel J. T. 1 --- --- ---

Mercer, Twenty-first Georgia

Regiment

Major T. C. 1 --- --- ---

Glover, Twenty-first Georgia

Regiment

Colonel J. B. 1 --- --- ---

Estes, Forty-fourth Georgia

Regiment

Lieutenant 1 --- --- ---

Colonel S. P.

Lumpkin, Forty-fourth Georgia

Regiment

Brigadier 1 --- --- ---

General Alfred

Iverson

Captain D. P. 1 --- --- ---

Halsey,

assistant

adjutant-general

Colonel Thomas 1 --- 1 1 Wounded

M. Garrett, at night,

Fifth North May 2.

Carolina

Regiment

Lieutenant 1 --- 1 1 Wounded

Colonel J. W. early May

Lea, Fifth 3.

North Carolina

Regiment

Major William 1 --- 1 1 Do.

J. Hill, Fifth

North Carolina

Regiment

Major D. P. 1 1 --- --- Killed

Rowe, Twelfth May 2.

North Carolina

Regiment

Colonel T. F. 1 --- 1 1 Wounded

Toon, Twentieth early May

North Carolina 3.

Regiment

Lieutenant 1 --- --- ---

Colonel N.

Slough,

Twentieth North

Carolina

Regiment

Colonel D. H. 1 --- --- ---

Christie,

Twenty-third

North Carolina

Regiment

Lieutenant 1 --- --- --- Commanded

Colonel R. D. the

Johnston, Twelfth

Twenty-third North

North Carolina Carolina

Regiment during

action of

May 3.

Major C. C. 1 --- --- --- Taken

Blacknall, prisoner

Twenty-third May 3.

North Carolina

Regiment

Brigadier 1 --- 1 --- Remained

General S. D. on field

Ramseur during

the whole

period of

the

action.

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* NOTE ON ORIGINAL. - This estimate of the strength of the brigade is not accurate, as the brigade was transferred to North Carolina soon after the battle, and left no data from which we can get the exact estimate.

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