War of the Rebellion: Serial 055 Page 0410 KY.,SW.VA.,Tennessee,MISS.,N.ALA.,AND N.GA. Chapter XLIII.

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[Inclosure.]

Return of Casualties in the Second Division, Twelfth Army Corps, in action in campaign from November 24 to 29, 1863, inclusive.

Killed.

Regiments. Brigade. Commiss Enliste Total.

ioned d men.

officer

s.

LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, Tennessee

29th Pennsylvania Volunteers Second --- 3 3

111th Pennsylvania Volunteers do --- 1 1

60th New York Volunteers Third --- 5 5

102th New York Volunteers do 1 --- 1

137th New York Volunteers do 1 4 5

149th New York Volunteers do --- 7 7

Total

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2 20 22

RINGGOLD, GA.

7th Ohio Volunteers First 3 13 16

66th Ohio Volunteers do 1 4 5

28th Pennsylvania Volunteers do --- 4 4

147th Pennsylvania Volunteers do 1 --- 1

29th Pennsylvania Volunteers Second --- --- ---

111th Pennsylvania Volunteers do --- --- ---

60th New York Volunteers Third --- 2 2

102th New York Volunteers do --- 2 2

137th New York Volunteers do --- 1 1

149th New York Volunteers do --- 3 3

General Staff do --- --- ---

Total

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5 29 34

Grand total

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7 49 56

Wounded.

Regiments. Commis Enlisted Total. Aggregat

sioned men. e.

office

rs.

LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, Tennessee

29th Pennsylvania Volunteers 1 6 7 10

111th Pennsylvania Volunteers 1 7 8 9

60th New York Volunteers 4 24 28 33

102th New York Volunteers 1 3 4 5

137th New York Volunteers --- 17 17 22

149th New York Volunteers 7 45 52 59

Total 14 102 116 138

RINGGOLD, GA.

7th Ohio Volunteers 10 48 58 74

66th Ohio Volunteers --- 10 10 15

28th Pennsylvania Volunteers 3 27 30 34

147th Pennsylvania Volunteers 1 17 18 19

29th Pennsylvania Volunteers 1 1 2 2

111th Pennsylvania Volunteers 1 --- 1 1

60th New York Volunteers 1 14 15 17

102th New York Volunteers --- 7 7 9

137th New York Volunteers --- 15 15 16

149th New York Volunteers 1 11 12 15

General Staff 1 --- 1 1

Total 19 150 169 203

Grand total 33 252 285 341

JNumbers W. GEARY,

Brigadier-General, U. S. Volunteers, Commanding.

HEADQUARTERS SECOND DIVISION, TWELFTH ARMY CORPS,

Wauhatchie, Tennessee, December 1, 1863.

HDQRS. SECOND DIVISION, TWELFTH ARMY CORPS,

Wauhatchie, Tennessee, December 15, 1863.

SIR: I have the honor to forward herewith five flags captured by my command from the enemy in the recent campaign, as follows:

One by Sixtieth New York Volunteers, of Third Brigade, on Lookout Mountain, November 24; two by One hundred and forty-ninth New York Volunteers, of Third Brigade, on Lookout Mountain, November 24; two others by the same regiment at Ringgold, Ga., November 27, 1863. I inclose the statements of the commanders of the regiments named concerning the capture of said flags.*

There are also two flags captured by us which cannot at present be obtained, but efforts are being made to do so, and they will be forwarded as soon as possible; one taken by Captain W. T. Forbes, acting assistant inspector-general, of my staff, and another by a soldier of One hundred and forty-ninth New York Volunteers, who was subsequently wounded and sent to hospital with the flag in his possession. The two last named flags were captured on Lookout Mountain.

I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

JNumbers W. GEARY,

Brigadier-General of Volunteers, Commanding.

Lieutenant H. W. PERKINS,

Actg. Asst. Adjt. Gen.

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*See pp.442,451.

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