War of the Rebellion: Serial 070 Page 0201 Chapter XLIX. OPERATIONS IN SHENANDOAH VALLEY, ETC.

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For several days and nights they bravely awaited the approach of the enemy, apparently heedless of their wounds or feeble condition, in their desire to do all in the their power to render service to their country.

All of them deserve honorable mention, but it is not practicable to give the name of every soldier. The following-named commissioned officers and enlisted men were conspicuous for their efficiency and zeal:

First Lieutenant Frank P. Gross, Seventy-second Company, Second Battalion, U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps.

First Lieutenant V. K. Spear, Ninety-fifth Company, Second Battalion, U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps.

First Lieutenant Nelson Bronson, Eighty-ninth Company, Second Battalion, U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps.

Second Lieutenant R. J. Sutherland, One hundred and forty-third Company, Second Battalion, U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps.

First Lieutenant W. C. Coleman, Eleventh Pennsylvania Reserve Corps.

COMMANDING DETACHMENTS.

First Sergt. W. W. Fitzpatrick, Company G, Fourteenth U. S. Infantry.

Hospital Steward C. E. Tehon, U. S. Army.

Sergt. Charles Ihle, Company E, Fifteenth New York Heavy Artillery.

Private R. McDaniels, Company H, Ninth New York State Militia.

Private W. T. Hosley, Company C, Second U. S. Sharpshooters.

Private John L. Murray, Company A, Thirteenth Massachusetts.

A copy of this order will be furnished to every soldier who volunteered to go from the hospital to the fortifications to assist in the defense of the city.

By command of Major General L. Wallace:

SAML. B. LAWRENCE,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

Numbers 7. Composition and losses of the Union forces in battle of the Monocacy.

[Compiled from nominal lists of casualties, returns, &c.]

Killed. Wounded.

Command. Officers. Men. Officers. Men.

EIGHTH ARMY CORPS.

First Separate

Brigade.

Brigadier General

ERASTUS B. TYLER.

1st Maryland ... 1 1 12

Potomac Home

Brigade (five

companies),

Captain Charles

J. Brown.

3rd Maryland ... 2 ... 7

Potomac Home

Brigade, Colonel

Charles Gilpin.

11th Maryland, ... ... ... 2

Colonel William

T. Landstreet.

144th Ohio

(three

companies) .... 1 1 10

149th Ohio {

(seven

companies)

Colonel Allison 4 .... 25

L. Brown. ...

Baltimore ... ... ... 4

(Maryland)

Battery, Captain

Federick W.

Alexander.

Total First ... 8 2 60

Separate Brigade.

Captured or missing.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate.

EIGHTH ARMY CORPS.

First Separate

Brigade.

Brigadier General

ERASTUS B. TYLER.

1st Maryland Potomac ... 5 19

Home Brigade (five

companies), Captain

Charles J. Brown.

3rd Maryland Potomac ... 4 13

Home Brigade,

Colonel Charles

Gilpin.

11th Maryland, ... ... 2

Colonel William T.

Landstreet.

144th Ohio

(three

companies) 2 35 49

149th Ohio {

(seven

companies)

Colonel

Allison L. Brown. 5 64 98

Baltimore (Maryland) ... ... 4

Battery, Captain

Federick W.

Alexander.

Total First Separate 7 108 185

Brigade.