War of the Rebellion: Serial 039 Page 0949 Chapter XXXVII. THE CHANCELLORSVILLE CAMPAIGN.

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

Killed. Wounded.

Command. Officers. Enlisted Officers. Enlisted

men. men.

Doles'

brigade:

4th Georgia 1 28 12 103

12th Georgia 1 11 4 54

21st Georgia --- 15 8 56

44th Georgia 2 8 7 99

Total 4 62 31 312

Colquitt's

brigade:

6th Georgia --- 2 4 25

19th Georgia --- 3 1 32

23rd Georgia* --- --- --- 3

27th Georgia --- 2 1 38

28th Georgia --- 2 2 22

Total --- 9 8 120

Iverson's

brigade:

5th North 1 7 5 56

Carolina

12th North 3 9 5 91

Carolina

20th North 2 13 5 62

Carolina

23rd North 2 30 10 96

Carolina

Total 8 59 25 305

Ramseur's

brigade:+

2nd North --- 55 16 139

Carolina

4th North 6 41 15 140

Carolina

14th North 2 21 7 113

Carolina

30th North --- 26 6 93

Carolina

Total 8 143 44 485

Grand total 25 358 150 1,718

Continuation: Captured or missing.

Command. Officers. Enlisted Aggregate Officers

men. killed.

Doles'

brigade:

4th Georgia --- 11 155 Captain R.

M. Bisel.

12th Georgia --- 2 72 Lieutenant

John W.

Cantrell.

21st Georgia --- 10 89 Capts. U.

Allen and A.

C. Watkins

mortally

wounded.

44th Georgia --- 5 121 Captain G.

G. Green and

Lieutenant

William C.

Williams;

Captain H.

M. Credille

and

Lieutenant

A. M.

Burnside,

mortally

wounded.

Total --- 28 437

Colquitt's

brigade:

6th Georgia --- 2 33

19th Georgia 2 9 47

23rd Georgia 26 270 299

27th Georgia --- 1 42

28th Georgia --- 2 28

Total 28 284 449

Iverson's

brigade:

5th North --- 9 78 Lieutenant

Carolina S. B.

Maloney.

12th North --- 11 119 Major David

Carolina P. Rowe and

Lieuts. T.

W. Daniel

and L. M.

Wells.

20th North 1 17 100 Lieuts. E.

Carolina W. Collins

and J. J.

Wilson.

23rd North 3 32 173 Lieuts.

Carolina James S.

Knight and

W. F.

Overton.

Total 4 69 470

Ramseur's

brigade:+

2nd North 4 45 259

Carolina

4th North 1 57 260 Captain W.

Carolina G. Falls and

Lieuts. R.

A. Best,

Isaac A.

Cowan, J. L.

Herrington,

S. Y.

Parker, and

W. V.

Stevens.

14th North --- --- 143

Carolina

30th North --- 1 126

Carolina

Total 5 103 788

Grand total 58 651 2,960

HEADQUARTERS RODES' DIVISION,

May 13, 1863.

MAJOR: In obedience to circular from corps headquarters of May 12, 1863, I have the honor to report the following flags captured and lost in this division during the battles of May 2 and 3:

Rodes' brigade. - Third Alabama Regiment captured and have in their possession 2 stand of Federal artillery colors; Sixth Alabama Regiment captured 1 battery flag; Fifth Alabama Regiment lost its colors inside the intrenchments at Chancellorsville.

Ramseur's brigade. - Second North Carolina Regiment lost its colors; Fourth North Carolina Regiment lost its colors.

Iverson's brigade. - Fifth North Carolina Regiment, 1 flag captured by Lieutenant H. H. Smith, Company A; Twelfth North Carolina Regiment, 3 flags captured by Private J. S. Webber, Company E; one, a large United States flag, was turned over to Major-General Stuart on Sun

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* Note in original reports this regiment "detached from the brigade during these actions."

+ Note in original says, "This list does not embrace the only slightly wounded."

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