War of the Rebellion: Serial 050 Page 0502 KY., SW. VA., TENN., MISS., N. ALA., AND. N. GA. Chapter XLII.

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not be properly noticed in a report of this kind without lowering its dignity and changing its purport.

This division sustained no loss whatever in artillery or baggage train.

Throughout the entire campaign the efficiency and gallantry of my staff, consisting of Captain T. W. Morrison, assistant adjutant-general; Captain T. H. Daily, aide-de-camp; Lieutenant F. E. Reynolds, aide-de-camp; Surg. L. D. Waterman, medical director; Captain W. A. Hotchkiss, chief of artillery; Captain H. N. Snyder, assistant commissary of musters; Captain H. W. Hall, inspector; Captain J. P. Pope, commissary of subsistence, Lieutenant J. E. Remington, acting assistant quartermaster; Lieutenant J. P. Kuntze, topographical engineer, and Lieutenant J. M. Butler, ordnance officer, were well tested, and to them I desire to express my many obligations.

I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

JEF. C. DAVIS,

Brigadier-General, Commanding Division.

Lieutenant Colonel G. P. THRUSTON,

Asst. Adjut. General, and Chief of Staff, 20th Army Corps.

[Inclosure No. 1]

Casualties in the First Division, Twentieth Army Corps, in the engagements of the 19th and 20th of September, 1863.

Killed Wounded

Command Commi Enlis Total Commi Enlis Total

ssion ted ssion ted

ed men ed men

offic offic

ers ers

First Brigade. (a)

22nd Indiana --- 1 1 --- 2 2

Volunteer Infantry

59th Illinois --- --- --- --- 1 1

Volunteer Infantry

74th Illinois --- --- --- --- 1 1

Volunteer Infantry

75th Illinois --- --- --- --- --- ---

Volunteer Infantry

Total --- 1 1 --- 4 4

Second Brigade

21st Illinois 1 19 20 6 64 70

Volunteer Infantry

38th Illinois 1 13 14 9 79 88

Volunteer Infantry

81st Indiana --- 4 4 4 56 60

Volunteer Infantry

101st Ohio 2 10 12 7 76 83

Volunteers Infantry

Total 4 46 50 26 275 301

Third Brigade

8th Kansas 3 30 33 8 152 160

Volunteer Infantry

15th Wisconsin 2 3 5 6 47 53

Volunteer Infantry

25th Illinois --- 10 10 11 160 171

Volunteer Infantry

35th Illinois 3 14 17 5 125 130

Volunteer Infantry

Total 8 57 65 30 484 514

Total infantry 12 104 116 56 763 819

Artillery

5th Wisconsin --- --- --- --- 1 1

Battery

2nd Minnesota --- --- --- 1 1 2

Battery

8th Wisconsin --- --- --- --- --- ---

Battery

Total artillery --- --- --- 1 2 3

Total artillery and 12 104 116 57 765 822

infantry.

Missing

Command Commi Enlist Total Aggreg

ssion ed ate

ed men.

Offic

ers

First Brigade. (a)

22nd Indiana --- 4 4 7

Volunteer Infantry

59th Illinois --- 1 1 2

Volunteer Infantry

74th Illinois --- 4 4 5

Volunteer Infantry

75th Illinois --- 10 10 10

Volunteer Infantry

Total --- 19 19 24

Second Brigade

21st Illinois 9 139 148 238

Volunteer Infantry

38th Illinois 2 76 78 180

Volunteer Infantry

81st Indiana 2 21 23 87

Volunteer Infantry

101st Ohio --- 51 51 146

Volunteers Infantry

Total 13 287 300 651

Third Brigade

8th Kansas --- 25 25 218

Volunteer Infantry

15th Wisconsin 4 49 53 111

Volunteer Infantry

25th Illinois 1 23 24 205

Volunteer Infantry

35th Illinois --- 13 13 160

Volunteer Infantry

Total 5 110 115 694

Total infantry 18 416 434 1,369

Artillery

5th Wisconsin --- --- --- 1

Battery

2nd Minnesota --- --- --- 2

Battery

8th Wisconsin --- --- --- ---

Battery

Total artillery --- --- --- 3

Total artillery and 18 416 434 1,372

infantry.

a The loss in this brigade occurs from picket duty and skirmishing, not being in the battles of the 19th and 20th.