Report of Casualties in General Hooker's command during the battles of Lookout out Mountain, Missionary Ridge, and Ringgold.
Killed. Wounded. Missing.
Command Off Enl Tot Off Enli Tota Off Enl Tota Aggreg
ice ist al ice sted l ice ies l ate
rs ed rs men. rs ted
division 7 49 56 33 252 285 -- 4 4 345
Division, 7 50 57 39 296 335 4 40 44 436
(First 1 20 21 11 112 123 -- 2 -- 146
Brigade, -- --- 25 --- --- 134 --- --- --- 159
Fourteenth 15 119 159 83 660 877 4 46 48 1,086
General Palmer, commanding Fourteenth Corps, has made no report of the casualties in his command.
The Eleventh Corps is not included, as it was not under my command.
CONFIDENTIAL.] HDQRS. ELEVENTH AND TWELFTH CORPS,
Lookout Valley, Tennessee, November 20, 1863.
Commanding Division, Twelfth Corps:
The major-general commanding directs that you hold one-half of your command in readiness to occupy that part of our line now held by the Eleventh Corps, and that the latter be relieved as soon after dark to-night as practicable. He recommends that you send the necessary staff officers along the line to-day, in order to examine it and see how the pickets are stationed, so that the charge may be made without delay or confusion. The general considers this part of the line more exposed than the part on which your division is established, and he requests that your disposition be made accordingly.
H. W. PERKINS,
Lieutenant, Aide-de-Camp, and Actg. Asst. Adjt. General
HEADQUARTERS ELEVENTH AND TWELFTH CORPS,
Lookout Valley, Tennessee, November 20, 1863-6.20 p.m.
The major-general commanding directs me to say that your command will not move for a day or two.
Major-General, Chief of Staff.