War of the Rebellion: Serial 073 Page 0925 Chapter L. REPORTS, ETC.-ARMY OF THE OHIO (CAVALRY).

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HDQRS. CAVALRY DIVISION, ARMY OF THE OHIO,

Near Decatur, Ga., September 14, 1864.

MAJOR: I have the honor to forward herewith report of casualties, so far as received, of the cavalry, on the late raid of General Stoneman. The report of casualties, since I assumed command, was forwarded several days since with my report of operations. I find no record of the casualties in General Stoneman's command previous to the raid.

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

ISRAEL GARRARD.

Major J. A. CAMPBELL,

Assistant Adjutant-General, Army of the Ohio.

Recapitulation of losses in Cavalry Command Army of the Ohio, during the Stoneman raid.

Killed Wounded Missing.

Command Officers Men Officers Men Officers Men

Major .... .... ..... .... a 3 ....

General

George

Stoneman

and staff

Company D, ..... .... ...... .... 1 32

7th Ohio

Cavalry

(escort to

General

Stoneman)

14th ..... 2 2 8 19 315

Illinois

Cavalry

8th ..... 4 ...... 12 7 203

Michigan

Cavalry

5th Indiana ...... 1 ...... ... 16 363

Cavalry

6th Indiana 1 2 ..... 2 8 157

Cavalry

24th ...... .... ...... ... 2 48

Indiana

Battery

McLaughlin' ...... .... ...... 2 2 53

s squadron

1st ...... .... ...... ... ...... ....

Kentucky

Cavalry c

11th ...... .... ...... ... ....... ....

Kentucky

Cavalry c

Total 1 9 2 24 58 1,171

a General Stoneman, Major Keogh, and Captain Perkins.

b Two guns.

c No report received.

ISRAEL GARRARD,

Colonel, Commanding Division.

Numbers 436.

Report of Colonel Horace Capron, Fourteenth Illinois Cavalry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations July 27-August 6 (Stoneman's raid).

HEADQUARTERS COLONEL CAPRON'S BRIGADE, CAVALRY COMMAND, DEPARTMENT OF THE OHIO,

Marietta, Ga., August 10, 1864.

GENERAL: I have the honor to submit the following report of the movements of my command, consisting of the Fourteenth Regiment Illinois Volunteer Cavalry, Eighth Regiment Michigan Volunteer Cavalry, and McLaughlin's Squadron Ohio Volunteer Veteran Cavalry, on the late raid to Macon, Ga., and return:

On the 26th ultimo I received orders from General Stoneman to prepare my command, with ten days' rations and in light marching order, to be ready to move on the morning of the 27th at 3 a. m. In accordance with the above order, moved out with the cavalry command, following the line of the Georgia Railroad, until 5 a. m. the 28th. Passing through Covington, we left the railroad in our rear,