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Return of Casualties in the Union Forces-Continued.

Captured

Killed Wounded or missing.

Command. Off Men. Offi Men. Offi Men. Agg

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SECOND DIVISION

Brigadier General

JOHN H. MARTINDALE

First Brigade

Brigadier General

GEORGE J. STANNARD.*

Colonel ALEXANDER

PIPER.

23rd Massachusetts _ _ - 2 - - 2

25th Massachusetts. - 11 3 41 - - 55

27th Massachusetts. - 13 3 27 - - 43

9th New Jersey. - 1 - 9 - 4 14

10th New York Heavy - 6 - 38 - - 44

Artillery#

55th Pennsylvania - 24 6 118 - 8 156

Total First Brigade - 55 12 235 - 12 314

Second Brigade

Colonel GRIFFIN A.

STEDMAN, JR.

11th Connecticut 1 5 3 49 - 5 63

8th Maine - 9 3 33 - 9 54

12th New Hampshire - 1 - 11 - - 12

148th New York - 16 2 72 1 25 116

19th Wisconsin - 1 - 2 - - 3

Total Second 1 32 8 167 1 39 248

Brigade.

Third Brigade.

Colonel AUGUSTUS A.

GIBSON.

Brigadier General

ADELBERT AMES.#

5th Maryland - 2 - 9 - - 11

89th New York@ 1 9 4 78 - 2 94

2nd Pennsylvania - 16 2 92 1 15 126

Heavy Artillery

Total Third Brigade. 1 27 6 179 1 17 231

Total Second 2 114 26 581 2 68 793

Division.

THIRD DIVISION.

Brigadier General

EDWARD W. HINKS

Cavalry

Captain ALBERT F.

RAY.

4th Massachusetts, - - - - - - -

Companies E and H.

First Brigade.

Brigadier General

EDWARD A. WILD.

Colonel JOHN H.

HOLMAN.||

5th Massachusetts - 3 3 16 - - 22

Colored Cavalry

(dismounted)|||

1st U. S. Colored - - - - - - -

Cavalry

(dismounted.)*

1st U. S. Colored - 17 10 104 - 25 156

Troops.

10th U. S. Colored - 1 - 5 - - 6

Troops

Total First Brigade - 21 13 125 - 25 184

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*Assigned to First Division, Eighteenth Army Corps, June 20.

#Transferred from Fourth Brigade, First Division, June 24.

+Assigned June 20.

@Transferred from First Brigade June 24.

||Assigned June 23.

|||Transferred to Point Lookout, Md., June 29.

**Joined June 20.

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