War of the Rebellion: Serial 074 Page 0349 Chapter L. REPORTS, ETC.-ARMY OF THE TENNESSEE.

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Report of casualties of the Forty-eighth Illinois Infantry since May 6, to and including August 3, 1864.

Command Killed Wounded Missing.

Commissioned 4 9 2


Non- -- 24 1



Enlisted men 25 133 10

Total 29 166 13

Aggregate, 208.


Major Forty-eighth Illinois Infty., Commanding Regiment

Numbers 517.

Report of Lieutenant Colonel John M. Berkey, Ninety-ninth Indiana Infantry, of operations May 6-August 3.

HDQRS. NINETY-NINTH INDIANA INFANTRY VOLS., In the Field, Ga., August 6, 1864.

SIR: The following is a report of the marches and operations of the Ninety-ninth Indiana Infantry Volunteers during the time intervening between the 6th day of May, 1864, and the 3rd of August, 1864:

May 6, marched at 10 a. m. on the Dry Valley road, and camped in columns of regiments near Crawfish Springs, distance about ten miles. Colonel Oliver, of the Fifteenth Michigan Infantry, assumed command of the Third Brigade. May 7, moved at 8.30 a. m., halted on the right of the road, and camped. At 2 a. m. of the 8th a detail of thirty-three men and one commissioned officer was ordered to report to division quartermaster to go to Chattanooga as train guard, and have remained with the division commissary ever since. Marched at 11.45 a. m.; crossed Taylor's Ridge at Mattock's or Ship's Gap; camped at 6 p. m., having marched about miles, near Villanow. May 9, marched at 5 a. m.; marched eight miles; camped in line of battle on the extreme left of the brigade at 2 p. m. May 10, remained in statu quo. May of Seventieth Ohio or on the left of the brigade. May 12, moved a mile; deployed one company as skirmishers; at night erected log breast-works. May 13, marched four miles; halted in line of battle; then in column of divisions. May 14, one man accidentally wounded; at 10 p. m. were ordered, and reported to, General Osterhaus. May 15, at daybreak were called to attention, and ordered to support a battery of General Osterhaus; 2 men wounded, under fire all day. May 16, Resaca evacuated by enemy; moved at 10 a. m.; halted for Fourteenth Corps to pass, and marched six miles; of the brigade. May 17, marched at 7.30 a. m. about ten miles; crossed Calhoun Ferry; camped for the night in left center of the brigade. May 17, marched at 7.30 a. m. about ten miles; formed in line of battle across the valley; moved forward two miles; camped in defense of a gap; rained hard during the day. May 18, marched at 7.30 a. m. five miles through Adairs