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Return of Casualties in the Union Forces-Continued.

DEEP BOTTOM (OR DARBYTOWN, STRAWBERRY PLAINS, AND NEW MARKET ROAD), VA., JULY 27-29, 1864-Continued.

Captured

Killed Wounded or missing.

Command. Off Men Off Men. Off Men Agg

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TENTH ARMY CORPS.

FIRST DIVISION

Third Brigade

Brigadier General

ROBERT S. FOSTER

10th Connecticut - - 1 8 - - 2

11th Maine - 3 2 27 - - 93

1st Maryland Cavalry - 1 1 5 - - 7

(dismounted)

24th Massachusetts. - - - 2 - - 2

100th New York 1 - - 5 - - 6

Connecticut Light - - - - - - -

Artillery, 1st Battery

Total* 1 4 4 47 - - 56

NINETEENTH ARMY CORPS

SECOND DIVISION

First Brigade

Brigadier General HENRY

W. BIRGE

9th Connecticut - - - - - - -

12th Maine - - - - - - -

14th Maine - 1 - - - - 1

26th Massachusetts. - - - - - - -

14th New Hampshire - - - - - - -

75th New York - - - - - - -

Total - 1 - - - - 1

CAVALRY CORPS.

Major General PHILIP H.

SHERIDAN

ESCORT.

Captain IRA W. CLAFLIN.

6th United States - - - - - - -

FIRST DIVISION

Brigadier General

ALFRED T. A. TORBERT.

First Brigade.

Brigadier General

GEORGE A. CUSTER

1st Michigan. - - - - - - -

5th Michigan. - - - - - - -

6th Michigan. - - - - - - -

7th Michigan. - - - - - - -

3rd U. S. Artillery, - - - - - - -

Battery C

Second Brigade

Colonel THOMAS C. DEVIN.

4th New York - - - 1 - - 1

6th New York - 1 1 6 - - 8

9th New York - 1 - 3 - - 4

17th Pennsylvania - 1 - 1 - - 2

2nd U. S. Artillery, - - - - - - -

Batteries B and L

Total Second Brigade - 3 1 11 - - 15

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*Includes losses on July 26.

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