War of the Rebellion: Serial 072 Page 0717 Chapter L. REPORTS, ETC. - ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND.

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List of casualties in the Third Brigade, Second Division, Fourteenth Army Corps, during the campaign in North Georgia, from the 3rd of May to the 6th of September, 1864.

Killed. Wounded.

Command. Officer Men Officer Men

s s

85th Illinois Volunteer 2 40 12 83

Infantry

22nd Indiana Veteran 3 40 14 132

Volunteer Infantry

52nd Ohio Volunteer 2 50 13 154

Infantry

86th Illinois Volunteer - 43 4 113

Infantry

125th Illinois Volunteer 7 57 4 115

Infantry

110th Illinois Volunteer - 2 1 26

Infantry

Total 14 232 48 623

Missing. Total.

Command. Offi Men Off Men Aggreg

cers ice ate

s

85th Illinois Volunteer 3 50 17 173 190

Infantry

22nd Indiana Veteran - 42 17 214 231

Volunteer Infantry

52nd Ohio Volunteer 1 30 16 234 250

Infantry

86th Illinois Volunteer 1 14 5 170 175

Infantry

125th Illinois Volunteer 2 21 13 193 206

Infantry

110th Illinois Volunteer - - 1 28 29

Infantry

Total 7 157 69 1,012 1,081

ADDENDA.

List of casualties in the Third Brigade, Second Division, Fourteenth Army Corps, during the campaign, from May 3, 1864, to September 6, 1864.

Killed. Wounded.

Command. Officer Men Officer Men

s s

85th Illinois Volunteer 2 40 12 87

Infantry

86th Illinois Volunteer - 42 4 115

Infantry

125th Illinois Volunteer 7 56 4 117

Infantry

52nd Ohio Volunteer 2 49 12 159

Infantry

22nd Indiana Volunteer 3 40 14 132

Infantry

110th Illinois Volunteer - 2 1 26

Infantry

Total 14 229 46 636

Missing. Total.

Command. Offic Men Offi Men Aggreg

ers cers ate

85th Illinois Volunteer 3 50 17 117 194

Infantry

86th Illinois Volunteer 1 14 5 171 176

Infantry

125th Illinois Volunteer 1 21 12 194 206

Infantry

52nd Ohio Volunteer 1 30 15 238 253

Infantry

22nd Indiana Volunteer - 42 17 214 231

Infantry

110th Illinois Volunteer - - 1 28 29

Infantry

Total 6 157 66 1,022 1,089

NOTE. - Discrepancies between the above recapitulation and previous report result from errors discovered in regimental reports.

Respectfully submitted.

JAMES W. LANGLEY,

Lieutenant-Colonel, Commanding Brigade.

Captain T. WISEMAN,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

Numbers 141.

Report of Captain James R. Griffith, Eighty-fifth Illinois Infantry.

HDQRS. EIGHTY-FIFTH ILLINOIS VOL. INFANTRY,

Atlanta, Ga., September 7, 1864.

SIR: Concerning the operations of my regiment during the recent campaign, I have the honor to submit the following report:

On Tuesday morning, May 3, 1864, the regiment, under command of Colonel C. J. Dilworth, marched from Lee and Gordon's Mills in the direction of Ringgold; halted at Ringgold and camped temporarily. The campaign proper opened on the 9th of May, the division to which the Eighty-fifth is attached holding an important posi-