War of the Rebellion: Serial 072 Page 0247 Chapter L. REPORTS, ETC.-ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND.

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[Inclosure Numbers 3.]

Report of killed, wounded, and missing of the Second Brigade, First Division, Fourth Army Corps, from May 3 to June 30, 1864.

Killed Wounded

Command Office Men Total Office Men Total

rs rs

96th Illinois -- 15 15 5 70 75

Volunteers,

Major G.

Hicks

40th Ohio -- 11 11 -- 52 52

Volunteers,

Colonel J. E.

Taylor

51st Ohio 2 13 15 3 55 58

Volunteers,

Colonel R. W.

McClain

99th Ohio -- 9 9 3 23 26

Volunteers,

Lieutenant

Colonel J. E.

Cummins

84th Indiana -- 14 14 4 51 55

Volunteers,

Lieutenant

Colonel A. J.

Neff

35th Indiana 1 13 14 2 50 52

Volunteers,

Captain J. A.

Gavisk

21st Kentucky -- 12 12 4 58 62

Volunteers,

Lieutenant

Colonel J. C.

Evans.

5th Indiana 1 2 3 -- 4 4

Battery,

Lieutenant A.

Morrison

115th Illinois -- 2 2 1 14 15

Volunteers,

Colonel J. H.

Moore

45th Ohio -- -- -- -- 3 3

Volunteers,

Captain J. H.

Humphrey

Total 4 91 95 22 380 402

Missing Aggregate

Command Offic Men Total Office Men Total

ers rs

96th Illinois -- 10 10 5 95 100

Volunteers,

Major G. Hicks

40th Ohio 1 20 21 1 83 85

Volunteers,

Colonel J. E.

Taylor

51st Ohio -- 2 2 5 70 75

Volunteers,

Colonel R. W.

McClain

99th Ohio -- 2 2 3 34 37

Volunteers,

Lieutenant

Colonel J. E.

Cummins

84th Indiana -- 16 16 4 81 85

Volunteers,

Lieutenant

Colonel A. J.

Neff

35th Indiana 1 7 8 4 70 74

Volunteers,

Captain J. A.

Gavisk

21st Kentucky -- 1 1 4 71 75

Volunteers,

Lieutenant

Colonel J. C.

Evans.

5th Indiana -- -- -- 1 6 7

Battery,

Lieutenant A.

Morrison

115th Illinois -- 2 2 1 18 19

Volunteers,

Colonel J. H.

Moore

45th Ohio -- -- -- -- 3 3

Volunteers,

Captain J. H.

Humphrey

Total 2 60 62 28 531 559

H. F. TEMPLE,

Captain and Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.

Numbers 20.

Report of Colonel Jacob E. Taylor, Fortieth Ohio Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations June 30-September 8.

HDQRS. SECOND Brigadier, FIRST DIV., 4TH ARMY CORPS, Atlanta, Ga., September 15, 1864.

I have the honor to submit the following report of the operations of the Second Brigade, First Division, Fourth Army Corps, form the 30th day of June, 1864, up to and including the capture of Atlanta:

On the 30th of June Brigadier General W. C. Whitaker, having obtained leave of absence on account of ill health, took his departure for the rear, and I, being senior officer present, assumed command of the brigade. On that date the brigade lay on the extreme right of the Fourth Corps, connecting its right flank with General Jeff. C. Davis' division. The front line was pushed up to within seventy-five yards of the enemy's works, at the point where the brigades of Harker and McCook made the assault on the 27th of June. This line was held by two regiments of my command, and was subjected to an incessant and fatally accurate fire from the enemy. the remaining regiments of the brigade were camped at a short distance in rear and were held to relieve the regiments on the front line, which was done at 8 p. m. each day. The position of the front line remained unchanged until the morning of July 3, when the skirmishers of the Fortieth Ohio and Fifty-first Ohio being advanced, it was found the enemy had evacuated his works, which had