War of the Rebellion: Serial 050 Page 0179 Chapter XLII. THE CHICKAMAUGA CAMPAIGN.

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Return of Casualties in the Army of the Cumberland,&c.-Continued.

Killed. Wounded. Captured

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missing.

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SECOND DIVISION.

Brig. General GEORGE

CROOK.

First Brigade.

Colonel ROBERT H. G.

MINTY.

3rd Indiana (battalion) - -- - 3 -- --- 3

4th Michigan - 1 1 11 -- 6 19

7th Pennsylvania 1 4 - 13 -- 1 19

4th United States - 1 - 5 -- 1 7

Total First Brigade 1 6 1 32 -- 8 48

Second Brigade.

Colonel ELI LONG.

2nd Kentucky - 11 5 45 -- 2 63

1st Ohio 1 1 - 13 -- 7 22

3rd Ohio - 2 - 7 -- 8 17

4th Ohio 1 3 - 9 2 19 34

Total Second Brigade 2 17 5 74 2 36 136

Total Second Division 3 23 6 106 2 44 184

Total Cavalry Corps 4 28 7 129 11 289 468

RECAPITULATION.

General -- ---- --- 2 -- 4 6

headquarters

Fourteenth Army 40 625 228 3,333 111 1,777 6,114

Corps

Twentieth Army 49 374 164 2,535 63 1,172 4,357

Corps

Twenty-first 31 291 144 2,238 28 671 3,403

Army Corps

Reserve Corps 16 199 66 910 35 596 1,822

Cavalry Corps 4 28 7 129 11 289 468

Total Army of 140 1,517 609 9,147 248 4,509 16,170

the Cumberland

OFFICERS KILLED OF MORTALLY WOUNDED.

GENERAL AND GENERAL STAFF OFFICERS.

Brig. General William H. Lytle.

Captain William C. Russell, Assistant Adjutant-General.

ILLINOIS.

Lieutenant William Bishop, Bridges' Battery.

Colonel John W. S. Alexander, 21st Infantry.

Captain Andrew George, 21st Infantry.

Captain Benjamin F. Reed, 21st Infantry.

Lieutenant John F. Weitzel,21st Infantry.

Captain Milton A. French, 22nd Infantry.

Captain George Heinricks, 24th Infantry.

Captain William S. Bryan, 27th Infantry.

Captain Collins P. Jones, 35th Infantry.

Lieutenant John W. Snyder, 35th Infantry.

Lieutenant James P. Butler, 35th Infantry.

Captain Sanford H. Wakeman, 36th Infantry.

Lieutenant Myron A. Smith, 36th Infantry.

Lieutenant Orison Smith, 36th Infantry.

Lieutenant Colonel Daniel H. Gilmer, 38th Infantry.

Cap. Thomas Cole, 38th Infantry.

Major James Leighton, 42nd Infantry.

Lieutenant Edward H. Brown, 42nd Infantry.