War of the Rebellion: Serial 070 Page 0202 OPERATIONS IN N.VA., W.VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter XLIX.

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Composition and losses of the Union forces in battle of the Monocacy-Continued.

Killed. Wounded.

Command. Officers. Men. Officers. Men.

Cavalry.

Lieutenant

Colonel DAVID R.

CLENDENIN.

8th Illinois, 1 5 2 19

Lieutenant

Colonel David R.

Clendenin.

159th Ohio ... 1 ... ...

(detachment of

mounted

infantry),

Captain Edward

H. Leib and

Captain Henry S.

Allen.

Detachment of ... ... ... ...

mixed cavalry,

Major Charles A.

Wells.

Loudoun ... ... ... ...

(Virginia)

Rangers.

Total cavalry. 1 6 2 19

SIXTH ARMY CORPS.

THIRD DIVISION.

Brigadier

General JAMES B.

RICKETTS.

Staff. ... ... 1 ...

First Brigade.

Colonel WILLIAM

S. TRUEX.

Staff. ... ... 1 ...

14th New Jersey, 2 22 8 79

Lieutenant

Colonel Caldwell

K. Hall.

106th New York, 2 14 3 70

Captain Edward

M. Paine.

151st New York, ... 24 1 44

Colonel William

Emerson.

87th 3 9 2 28

Pennsylvania,

Lieutenant

Colonel James A.

Stahle.

10th Vermont, .... 5 1 19

Colonel William

W. Henry.

Total First 7 74 16 240

Brigade.

Second Brigade.*

Colonel MATTHEW

R. MCCLENNAN.

9th New York 1 12 5 84

Heavy Artillery,

Colonel William

H. Seward, jr.

110th Ohio, 1 3 5 77

Lieutenant

Colonel Otho H.

Binkley.

122nd Ohio ... 4 1 9

(detachment),

Lieutenant

Charles J.

Gibson.

126th Ohio, ... 6 3 40

Lieutenant

Colonel Aaron W.

Ebright.

138th ... ... 1 38

Pennsylvania,

Major Lewis A.

May.

Total Second 2 25 15 248

Brigade.

Total Third 9 99 32 488

Division.

Grand total. 10 113 36 567

Captured or missing.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate.

Cavalry.

Lieutenant Colonel

DAVID R. CLENDENIN.

8th Illinois, ... ... 27

Lieutenant Colonel

David R. Clendenin.

159th Ohio ... 8 9

(detachment of

mounted infantry),

Captain Edward H.

Leib and Captain

Henry S. Allen.

Detachment of mixed ... ... ....

cavalry, Major

Charles A. Wells.

Loudoun (Virginia) ... ... ...

Rangers.

Total cavalry. ... 8 36

SIXTH ARMY CORPS.

THIRD DIVISION.

Brigadier General

JAMES B. RICKETTS.

Staff. ... ... 1

First Brigade.

Colonel WILLIAM S.

TRUEX.

Staff. ... ... 1

14th New Jersey, .... 29 140

Lieutenant Colonel

Caldwell K. Hall.

106th New York, ... 44 133

Captain Edward M.

Paine.

151st New York, ... 32 101

Colonel William

Emerson.

87th Pennsylvania, 1 31 74

Lieutenant Colonel

James A. Stahle.

10th Vermont, ... 31 56

Colonel William W.

Henry.

Total First Brigade. 1 167 505

Second Brigade.*

Colonel MATTHEW R.

MCCLENNAN.

9th New York Heavy ... 99 201

Artillery, Colonel

William H. Seward,

jr.

110th Ohio, 2 50 138

Lieutenant Colonel

Otho H. Binkley.

122nd Ohio ... 46 60

(detachment),

Lieutenant Charles

J. Gibson.

126th Ohio, ... 51 100

Lieutenant Colonel

Aaron W. Ebright.

138th Pennsylvania, 1 28 68

Major Lewis A. May.

Total Second 3 274 567

Brigade.

Total Third 4 441 1,073

Division.

Grand total. 11 557 1,294

OFFICERS KILLED OR MORTALLY WOUNDED.

ILLINOIS.

Captain John V. Morris, 8th Cavalry.

Lieutenant Charles S. Gilbert 8th Cavalry.

NEW JERSEY.

Captain Henry J. Conine, 14th Infantry.

Captain Henry W. Stults, 14th Infantry.

Captain James W. Conover, 14th Infantry.

NEW YORK.

Lieutenant James H. Ellis, 9th Heavy Artillery.

Captain Alfred J. Hooker, 106th Infantry.

Captain Martin J. Chamberlain, 106th Infantry.

Lieutenant John Kingston, 106th Infantry.

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*The 6th Maryland, 67th Pennsylvania, and part of the 122 Ohio did not reach the battle-field.

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