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List of general, field, and staff officers present with their commands at the battle of Chancellorsville, & c. - Continued.

Names and Under Killed. Wounded Left on Remarks.

organizations. fire. field,

wounded

Captain Seaton 1 --- --- ---

Gales,

assistant

adjutant-general

Lieutenant 1 --- --- ---

Caleb Richmond,

aide-de-camp

Colonel 1 --- 1 1 Remained

William R. Cox, on field

Second North until

Carolina wounded

Regiment in five

or six

places,

May 3.

Lieutenant 1 --- 1 1 Wounded

Colonel W. S. on May 2.

Stallings,

Second North

Carolina

Regiment

Colonel Bryan 1 --- --- ---

Grimes, Fourth

North Carolina

Regiment

Major Edward 1 --- --- --- Left

A. Osborne, field on

Fourth North May 2,

Carolina from

Regiment effects

of an old

wound

received

at battle

of Sharp-sburg

Colonel R. T. 1 --- --- ---

Bennett,

Fourteenth

North Carolina

Regiment

Lieutenant 1 --- 1 1

Colonel W. A.

Johnston,

Fourteenth

North Carolina

Regiment

Major J. H. 1 --- --- ---

Lambeth,

Fourteenth

North Carolina

Regiment

Colonel F. M. 1 --- --- ---

Parker,

Thirtieth North

Carolina

Regiment

Major W. W. 1 --- --- ---

Sillers,

Thirtieth North

Carolina

Regiment

Colonel Edward 1 --- 1 1 Comman-ding

O'Neal, Twenty-sixth Alabama Rodes'

Regiment old bri-gade.

Left the

field

early May

3.

Captain H. A. 1 --- --- ---

Whiting,

assistant

adjutant-general

Colonel J. M. 1 --- --- ---

Hall, Fifth

Alabama

Regiment

Lieutenant 1 --- 1 1 Wounded

Colonel E. L. and left

Hobson, Fifth field

Alabama early on

Regiment May 2.

Major Eugene 1 --- --- ---

Blackford,

Fifth Alabama

Regiment

Colonel J. N. 1 --- --- ---

Lightfoot,

Sixth Alabama

Regiment

Major A. M. 1 1 --- --- Killed on

Gordon, Sixth May 3.

Alabama

Regiment

Colonel S. B. 1 --- --- ---

Pickens,

Twelfth Alabama

Regiment

Lieutenant 1 --- 1 1 Wounded

Colonel J. S. and left

Garvin, Twenty-sixth Alabama field May

Regiment 3.

Major D. F. 1 --- 1 1 Wounded

Bryan, Twenty-sixth Alabama on May 2.

Regiment

Brigadier 1 --- --- ---

General R. E.

Rodes,

commanding

division

Captain Greene 1 --- --- ---

Peyton,

assistant

adjutant-general

Captain M. L. --- --- --- ---

Randolph,

signal officer

Colquitt's brigade having been transferred to Department of North Carolina soon after the actions at Chancellorsville, I have not the means of including his command correctly in the above list.

R. E. RODES,

Brigadier-General, Commanding Division.

ADDENDA.

Return of Casualties in D. H. Hill's division at the battle of Chancellorsville.

[Compiled from nominal lists of casualties, returns, & c.]

Killed. Wounded.

Command. Officers. Enlisted Officers. Enlisted

men. men.

Rodes' brigade:

3rd Alabama --- 15 12 116

5th Alabama --- 24 5 128

6th Alabama 2 24 5 116

12th Alabama 1 12 7 72

26th Alabama 2 10 13 64

Total 5 85 42 496

Continuation: Captured or missing.

Command. Officers. Enlisted Aggregate Officers

men. killed.

Rodes' brigade:

3rd Alabama --- 16 159

5th Alabama 15 106 278

6th Alabama --- 14 161 Major A.

M. Gordon

and

Lieutenant

W. T. Cock.

12th Alabama 1 9 102 Captain

Henry W.

Cox.

26th Alabama 5 22 116 Captain

Thos.

Taylor and

Lieutenant

R. K. Wood.

Total 21 167 816