War of the Rebellion: Serial 073 Page 0619 Chapter L. REPORTS, ETC.-ARMY OF THE OHIO.

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Recapitulation.

Killed.

Command. Commissioned Non- Privates.

officers. commissioned

officers.

13th Kentucky 2 ... 3

Volunteer Infantry.

118th Ohio Volunteer ... 1 1

Infantry.

111th Ohio Volunteer ... .. 3

Infantry.

107th Illinois ... ... ...

Volunteers Infantry.

23rd Michigan ... ... 3

Volunteer Infantry.

80th Indiana ... ... 1

Volunteer Infantry.

Total. 2 1 11

Wounded.

Command. Commissioned Non- Privates.

officers. commissioned

officers.

13th Kentucky 3 3 19

Volunteer Infantry.

118th Ohio Volunteer 1 1 22

Infantry.

111th Ohio Volunteer 2 7 16

Infantry.

107th Illinois ... ... 12

Volunteers Infantry.

23rd Michigan ... ... 5

Volunteer Infantry.

80th Indiana ... 3 6

Volunteer Infantry.

Total. 6 14 80

Missing.

Command. Commissi Non- Privates. Aggregate

oned commissi

officers oned

officers

13th Kentucky ... ... ... 30

Volunteer Infantry.

118th Ohio Volunteer ... ... 2 28

Infantry.

111th Ohio Volunteer ... ... ... 28

Infantry.

107th Illinois ... ... ... 12

Volunteers Infantry.

23rd Michigan ... ... ... 8

Volunteer Infantry.

80th Indiana ... ... ... 10

Volunteer Infantry.

Total. ... ... 2 116

I have the honor to be, captain, very respectfully, your obedient servant

WM. E. HOBSON,

Colonel, Commanding Second Brigadier, Second Div., Twenty-third A. C.

Captain KERSTETTER,

Asst. Adjt. General, Second Div., Twenty-third Army Corps.

Numbers 327.

Reports of Major Uriah M. Laurance, One hundred and seventh Illinois Infantry, of operations April 26-May 28.

HDQRS. 10TH Regiment ILLINOIS INFANTRY VOLS.,

Before Atlanta, Ga., August 15, 1864.

CAPTAIN: I respectfully submit the following report of the actions of the One hundred and seventh Regiment Illinois Infantry Volunteers during the time I had command, from the 26th of April to the 27th of May, 1864, inclusive:

In obedience to orders, we left Mossy Creek, East Tenn., with the rest of our brigade and division, on the morning of the 26th of April, 1864, and took up line of March for Charleston, East Tenn. During the five following days we made rapid marches through Knoxville, Philadelphia, and Sweet Water, and on the evening of the 30th day of April camped within one mile of Calhoun, where we laid until morning. May 1, moved our camp to the northern bank of the Hiwassee River, above Calhoun, where we remained until the 3rd day of May. May 3, this morning we crossed the Hiwassee on pontoons, and marched during the day on the road to Tunnel Hill and camped at night in seven miles of that point. May 4, moved early, taking the road to Dalton, and at 3 p. m. camped at Red Clay, Ga., where we remained until the morning of the 7th of May. May 7, this morning we started for Dalton, and during this day and the following we moved steadily down the Dalton road and camped on the evening of May 8 on the northern end of Rocky Face Ridge, on left of Fourth Corps, where we remained over night. May 9, at 10 a. m. this morning the One hundred and seventh was