War of the Rebellion: Serial 072 Page 0217 Chapter L. REPORTS, ETC.-ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND.

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Captain W. H. Greenwood, corps inspector; Captain J. W. Steele, aide-de-camp; Lieutenant L. L. Taylor, aide-de-camp; Captain Pearson, commissary of musters, acting aide-de-camp; Captain Foraker, Lieutenants Berry and Burton, signal officers, rendered good service as volunteer aides.

Lieutenant-Colonel Remick, chief commissary,and Captain Schoeninger, chief quartermaster, deserve great credit for the efficiency with which their departments were managed. Captain Kaldenbaugh, provost-marshal, always had his department in the best of order.

The Artillery Brigade was under the command of Captain Lyman Bridges, Illinois Light Artillery. His report and that of battery commanders have been forwarded to the chief of artillery, Department of the Cumberland. The artillery was well managed in action and the horses well cared for on the march and in camp. Captain Bridges deserves credit for the efficiency of the artillery arm.

Appended will be found a tabular statement of the casualties of the corps from the 3rd day of May, the commencement of the campaign, to the 8th day of September, the date of the return to Atlanta.

Respectfully submitted.

D. S. STANTLEY,

Major-General, Commanding Fourth Army Corps.

Brigadier General W. D. WHIPPLE,

Chief of Staff, Department of the Cumberland.

Consolidated report showing the total number of casualties in the Fourth Army Corps during the campaign beginning May 3 and ending September 8, 1864.

Killed Wounded

Officer Men Total Officer Men Total

s s

June- -- -- -- 1 2 3

Staff

4th

Army

Corps

May:

First 2 63 65 17 249 266

Divisio

n

Second 8 156 164 37 781 818

Divisio

n

Third 20 271 291 61 1,249 1,310

Divisio

n

June:

First 10 136 146 39 934 673

Divisio

n

Second 23 194 217 71 943 1,014

Divisio

n

Third 7 76 83 16 448 464

Divisio

n

July:

First 3 18 21 10 175 185

Divisio

n

Second 1 27 28 9 152 161

Divisio

n

Third -- 26 26 14 148 162

Divisio

n

August:

First 2 14 16 1 81 82

Divisio

n

Second 2 2 4 -- 37 37

Divisio

n

Third 1 17 18 3 55 58

Divisio

n

Septemb

er:

First 1 18 19 14 151 165

Divisio

n

Second 1 9 10 7 67 74

Divisio

n

Third 3 6 9 6 52 58

Divisio

n

August- -- -- -- -- 1 1

Artille

ry

Brigade

Septemb -- 1 1 -- 2 2

er-

Artille

ry

Brigade

Total 84 1,034 1,118 306 5,329 5,635

Missing Total

Officer Men Total Officer Men Aggrega

s s te

June- -- -- -- 1 2 3

Staff

4th

Army

Corps

May:

First -- 24 24 19 436 455

Divisio

n

Second -- 10 10 55 937 992

Divisio

n

Third 4 251 253 85 1,771 1,856

Divisio

n

June:

First 2 52 54 51 822 873

Divisio

n

Second 1 56 57 95 1,193 1,228

Divisio

n

Third -- 7 7 23 531 554

Divisio

n

July:

First 1 2 3 14 195 209

Divisio

n

Second -- 7 7 10 186 196

Divisio

n

Third 1 4 5 15 178 193

Divisio

n

August:

First 2 15 17 5 110 115

Divisio

n

Second 1 7 8 3 46 49

Divisio

n

Third -- 3 3 4 75 79

Divisio

n

Septemb

er:

First -- 5 5 15 174 189

Divisio

n

Second 1 15 16 11 89 100

Divisio

n

Third 1 1 2 10 59 69

Divisio

n

August- -- 2 2 -- 3 3

Artille

ry

Brigade

Septemb -- -- -- -- 3 3

er-

Artille

ry

Brigade

Total 14 461 475 416 6,810 7,226

D. S. STANLEY,

Major-General, Commanding.

ATLANTA, GA., September 15, 1864.