War of the Rebellion: Serial 050 Page 0858 KY.,SW.VA.,TENN.,MISS.,N.ALA.,AND N.GA. Chapter XLII.

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[Inclosure.]

Tabular statement of the killed, wounded, and missing of the First and Second Brigades of the First Division, Reserve Corps, Department of the Cumberland, also Twenty-second Michigan and Eighty-ninth Ohio Volunteer Infantry, temporarily attached thereto, in the battle of the Chickamauga.

In battle Killed

Regiments Commissio Enlisted Commission Enlisted

ned men ed men

officers officers

96th Illinois 21 380 1 43

Volunteers

115th Illinois 26 400 2 32

Volunteers

84th Indiana 25 349 2 21

Volunteers

40th Ohio 29 508 1 17

Volunteers

18th Ohio 4 91 --- ---

Volunteer

Battery

[Total] 105 1,728 6 113

22nd Michigan 23 432 --- 36

Volunteers

89th Ohio 20 369 2 17

Volunteer

Infantry

[Total] 43 801 2 53

78th Illinois 19 334 1 17

Volunteers

98th Ohio 11 170 2 7

Volunteers

121st Ohio 21 214 2 7

Volunteers

113th Ohio 15 340 3 20

Volunteers

Battery M, 1st 2 110 --- 2

Illinois

Artillery

[Total] 68 1,168 8 53

Grand total 216 3,697 16 219

Wounded Missing

Regiments Commiss Enlisted Commissi Enlisted [Remarks]

ioned men oned men men

men

96th 8 125 --- 11

Illinois

Volunteers

115th 7 130 --- 2

Illinois

Volunteers

84th 7 91 --- 8 First

Indiana Brigade,

Volunteers commanded

by

Brigadier

General

Whitaker

40th Ohio 8 94 1 11

Volunteers

18th Ohio 2 5 --- ---

Volunteer

Battery

[Total] 32 445 1 32

22nd 2 89 15 247 Temporari

Michigan ly

Volunteers attached

to First

Brigade.

89th Ohio 2 61 13 158

Volunteer

Infantry

[Total] 4 150 28 405

78th 7 69 4 58

Illinois

Volunteers

98th Ohio 3 38 1 12

Volunteers

121st Ohio 7 76 --- 7 Second

Volunteers Brigade,

commanded

by

Colonel

Mitchell

113th Ohio 6 90 --- 12

Volunteers

Battery M, --- 9 --- 1

1st

Illinois

Artillery

[Total] 23 282 5 90

Grand total 59 877 34 527

[RECAPITULATION.]

Commissioned Enlisted men Total

officers

Killed 16 219 235

Wounded 59 877 936

Missing 34 527 561

Total* 109 1,623 1,732

Respectfully submitted.

G. GRANGER,

Major-General.

A D D E N D A .

HEADQUARTERS FOURTH ARMY CORPS, Loudon, Tenn., March 9, 1864.

Major A. J. NEFF,

Comdg. Eighty-fourth Indiana Infantry Volunteers:

Owing to very pressing business engagements, I have not been able before now to answer your letter, asking what officer was referred to in the statement that all officers behaved well with but a

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*See revised statement, pp.177,178.

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