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Command. Offi Men. Offi Men. Offi Men. Aggreg

cers cers cers ate

Second

Brigade

Colonel

SAMUEL P.

SPEAR

1st District 1 13 3 55 - 66 138

of Columbia

11th 4 17 4 41 1 116 183

Pennsylvania

Total Second 5 30 7 96 1 182 321

Brigade

Total Cavalry 6 42 10 143 8 421 630

Division

UNASSIGNED

CAVALRY

4th _ - - - - - -

Massachusetts

Companies F

and G

1st New York - - - - - - -

Mounted

Rifles

PONTONIERS

Captain JOHN

PICKERING,

JR.

Massachusetts - - - - - - -

Heavy

Artillery,

13th Company

Total Army 16 325 100 1,780 11 680 2,912

of the James

RECAPITULATION.

Army of the 95 1,577 425 7,630 157 3,773 13,657

Potomac

Army of the 16 325 100 1,780 11 680 2,912

James

Total 111 1,902 525 9,410 168 4,453 16,569

armies

operating

against

Richmond

OFFICERS KILLED OR MORTALLY WOUNDED.

CONNECTICUT.

Lieutenant George B. Hempstead, 2nd Heavy Artillery.

Lieutenant Orrin H. Knight, 2nd Heavy Artillery

Lieutenant Clovis E. Hammond, 6th Infantry.

Captain William H. Sackett, 11th Infantry.

DELAWARE.

Lieutenant Colonel William B. Dorrell, 3rd Infantry.

Lieutenant William S. Main, 3rd Infantry.

Captain Thomas M. Reynolds, 4th Infantry.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

Lieutenant Eli W. Parkman, 1st Cavalry.

ILLINOIS.

Captain Oscar F. Rudd, 39th Infantry.

INDIANA.

Lieutenant David Holmes, 7th Infantry.

Lieutenant Orville D. Williams, 7th Infantry