War of the Rebellion: Serial 073 Page 0037 Chapter L. REPORTS, ETC.- ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND.

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Report of casualties in First Division staff during the campaign, 1864.

Regiment. Name. Remarks.

107th New York Captain Samuel Wounded July 20, 1864,

Volunteers. A. Bennett. at Peach Tree Creek.

61st Ohio Veteran Captain Edward Killed July 21, 1864,

Volunteers. H. Newcomb. at Peach Tree Creek.

Recapitulation of casualties in First Division, Twentieth Corps, during the campaign.

Killed. Wounded.

Command. Officers. Men. Officers. Men.

Headquarters. 1 ... 1 ...

First Brigade. 10 125 33 604

Second Brigade. 4 96 33 622

Third Brigade. 6 100 25 544

Artillery. ... 5 ... 15

Total. 21 326 92 1,785

Missing. Total.

Command. Officers Men. Officers Men. Aggrega

. . te.

Headquarters. ... ... 2 ... 2

First Brigade. 1 25 44 754 798

Second Brigade. ... 17 37 735 772

Third Brigade. 1 7 32 652 684

Artillery. ... ... ... 20 20

Total. 2 49 115 2,161 2,276

A. S. WILLIAMS,

Brigadier-General, Commanding.

List of casualties among field officers of the First Division, Twentieth Corps, during the campaign.

Regiment. Name. Remarks.

107th New York Lieutenant Colonel Wounded May 15,

Volunteers William F. Fox 1864, at Resaca.

101st Illinois Major N. B. Brown Do.

Volunteers

123rd New York Colonel A. J. Wounded May 25,

Volunteers McDougall 1864, at Dalla.

3rd Wisconsin Colonel William Do.

Volunteers Hawley

13th New Jersey Lieutenant Colonel Do.

Volunteers John Grimes

82nd Ohio Veteran Lieutenant Colonel Do.

Volunteers David Thomson

123rd New York Major A. H. Tanner Do.

Volunteers

61st Ohio Veteran Major D. C. Killed June 22,

Volunteers Beckett 1864, at Kolb's

Farm.

141st New York Colonel William K. Killed July 20,

Volunteers Logie 1864, at Peach Tree

Creek.

27th Indiana Colonel Silas Wounded July 20,

Volunteers Colgrove 1864, at Peach Tree

Creek.

61st Ohio Veteran Colonel S. J. Do.

Volunteers McGroarty

141st New York Lieutenant Colonel Do.

Volunteers Andrew J. McNett

61st Ohio Veteran Lieutenant Colonel Do.

Volunteers W. H. H. Bown

141st New York Major Charles W. Do.

Volunteers Clanharty

107th New York Major Lathrop Do.

Volunteers Baldwin

A. S. WILLIAMS,

Brigadier-General, Commanding.

Numbers 180.

Report of Surg. Henry Z. Gill, U. S. Army, Surgeon on Chief.

HDQRS. FIRST DIV., TWENTIETH ARMY CORPS, OFFICE OF SURGEON IN CHIEF,

Atlanta, Ga., September 27, 1864.

DOCTOR: I have the honor to make the following report of the movements and operations of the First Division, Twentieth Army