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

O Officers. A Aggregate

M Enlisted Men. C Captured or missing















--Killed--

-Wounded-

-----C-----



Commands.

O

M

O

M

O

M

A











ARTILLERY RESERVE.


















Brig. Gen. ROBERT O. TYLER









Capt. JAMES M. ROBERTSON.


















First Regular Brigade.


















Capt. DUNBAR R. RANDOM.


















1st United States, Battery H.

....

1

1

7

....

1

10


3d United States, Batteries F and K

1

8

....

14

....

1

24


4th United States, Battery C

....

1

1

16

....

....

18


5th United States, Battery C

....

2

2

12

....

....

16


Total First Regular Brigade.

1

12

4

49

....

2

68











First Volunteer Brigade.


















Lieut. Col. FREEMAN McGILVERY.


















Massachusetts Light, 5th Battery (E) (*)

....

4

1

16

....

....

21


Massachusetts Light, 9th Battery

1

7

2

16

....

2

28


New York Light, 15th Battery

....

3

2

11

....

....

16


Pennsylvania Light, Batteries C and F

....

2

5

18

....

3

28


Total First Volunteer Brigade

1

16

10

61

....

5

93











Second Volunteer Brigade.


















Capt. ELIJAH D. TAFT.


















Connecticut Light, 2d Battery

....

....

....

3

....

2

5


New York Light, 5th Battery

....

1

....

2

....

....

3


Total Second Volunteer Brigade

....

1

....

5

....

2

8











Third Volunteer Brigade.


















Capt. JAMES F. HUNTINGTON.


















New Hampshire Light, 1st Battery.

....

....

....

3

....

....

3


1st Ohio Light, Battery H

....

2

....

5

....

....

7


1st Pennsylvania Light, Batteries F and G.

....

6

1

13

....

3

23


West Virginia Light, Battery C

....

2

....

2

....

....

4


Total Third Volunteer Brigade.

....

10

1

23

....

3

37











Fourth Volunteer Brigade.


















Capt. ROBERT H. FITZHUGH.


















Maine Light, 6th Battery (F)

....

....

....

13

....

....

13


New Jersey Light, 1st Battery.

....

2

....

7

....

....

9


1st New York Light, Battery G

....

....

....

7

....

....

7


1st New York Light, Battery K (+)

....

....

....

7

....

....

7


Total Fourth Volunteer Brigade

....

2

....

34

....

....

36











Total Artillery Reserve.

2

41

15

172

....

12

242

RECAPITULATION.

O Officers. A Aggregate

M Enlisted Men. C Captured or missing















--Killed--

-Wounded-

-----C-----



Commands.

O

M

O

M

O

M

A











General headquarters

....

....

2

2

....

....

4


First Army Corps

42

624

262

2,969

83

2,079

6,059


Second Army Corps

66

731

270

2,924

18

365

4,369


Third Army Corps

50

543

251

2,778

14

575

4,211


Fifth Army Corps

28

337

129

1,482

1

210

2,187


Sixth Army Corps

2

25

14

171

....

30

242


Eleventh Army Corps

33

336

120

1,802

62

1,448

3,801


Twelfth Army Corps

18

186

43

769

2

64

1,082


Cavalry Corps

5

86

39

315

8

399

852


Artillery Reserve

2

41

15

172

....

12

242


Total Army of the Potomac.

246

2,909

1,145

13,384

188

5,182

23,049










*10th New York Battery attached, whose loss, here included, was 2 men killed and 3 men wounded.

+11th New York Battery attached.

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