War of the Rebellion: Serial 050 Page 0266 KY.,SW.VA.,TENN.,MISS.,N.ALA.,AND N.GA. Chapter XLII.

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Statement of Casualties in the Fourteenth Army Corps since crossing the Tennessee River.

Commissioned officers Enlisted men

Co- Ki Wou Cap Tot Kil Wound Captu Total Aggre

mmand ll nde tur al led ed red gate

ed d ed

First 13 44 82 139 182 738 1,333 2,253 2,392

Divisi

on

Second 5 32 13 50 81 420 334 725 875

Divisi

on

Third -- --- --- --- 317 1,629 407 2,353 2,353

Divisi

on a

Fourth 5 39 21 65 121 719 359 1,199 1,264

Divisi

on

HDQRS -- --- 1 1 -- --- 1 1 2

Four-

teenth

Army

Corps

Total 23 115 117 255 701 3,506 2,434 6,531 6,886

a This division does not discriminate in its report between officers and men captured.

Statement of prisoners captured by the Fourteenth Army Corps since crossing the Tennessee River, number of deserters from the enemy, and number paroled.

Command Number Number of Sent to Sent to Paro

deserters provost- provost- led

marshall, marshall

Fourteenth -general

Army Corps

First Division 477 8 7 478 --

Second 62 23 12 63 10

Division

Third Division 95 4 --- 99 --

Fourth 445 26 34 437 --

Division

Total 1,079 61 53 1,077 10

Numbers 16.

Report of Captain John D. Barker, First Ohio Cavalry, Acting Assistant Inspector-General.

Report of small-arms and accouterments lost in Fourteenth Army Corps in the engagements of September 19 and 20, 1863, at Chickamauga, Ga.

Commands

Material First Second Third Fourth Total

Division, Division Division, Division,

Major Major Brig. Gene Major

General General ral John General

L. H. Rouss James S. M. Brannan J. J.

eau Negley Reynolds

Arms: 581 482 714 --- 1,777

Enfield

rifles

Spring- 1,013 70 1,314 802 3,199

field

rifles

Colt's --- 167 --- --- 167

revolving

rifles

English --- --- --- 239 239

Enfield

rifles

Austrian 537 --- --- --- 537

rifles

Navy --- --- --- 1 1

revolvers

Total 2,131 719 2,028 1,042 5,926