Return of Casualties in the Union Forces-Continued.
ASSAULT AT "THE CRATER," NEAR PETERSBURG, VA., JULY 30, 1864-Continued.
Killed Wounded or missing.
Command. Offi Men. Offi Men. Off Men. Aggre
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13th Indiana - - - 11 - 6 17
9th Maine 1 3 2 28 - 13 47
4th New Hampshire - 6 2 33 - 5 46
115th New York - 2 3 15 - 5 25
169th New York 1 1 - 8 - 9 19
Total Third 2 12 7 95 - 38 154
Total Second 5 26 18 217 - 57 323
Ninth Army 50 423 124 1,522 79 1,277 3,475
Tenth Army 5 26 18 217 - 57 323
Grand total 55 449 142 1,739 79 1,334 3,798
OFFICERS KILLED OR MORTALLY WOUNDED.
Lieutenant Edwin T. Clifford, 9th Infantry.
Captain Almon H. Gushee, 31st Infantry.
Lieutenant Byron C. Gilmore, 31st Infantry.
Lieutenant George W. Thompson, 31st Infantry.
Lieutenant John G. Whitten, 31st Infantry.
Lieutenant William B. Allyn, 31st Infantry.
Lieutenant Colonel Henry Howard, jr., 2nd Infantry.
Lieutenant R. Wilson Register, 2nd Infantry.
Captain William H. Clark, 21st Infantry.
Lieutenant Samuel G. Berry, 35th Infantry.
Major Albert Prescott, 57th Infantry.
Captain Edson T. Dresser, 57th Infantry.
Captain George H. Howe, 57th Infantry.
Lieutenant Clement C. Granett, 58th Infantry.
Colonel J. Parker Gould, 59th Infantry.
Lieutenant Colonel John Hodges, jr., 59th Infantry.
Captain Lewis E. Munroe, 59th Infantry.
Captain John L. Young, 2nd Infantry.
Lieutenant John G. Busch, 2nd Infantry.
Captain William K. Crossfield, 6th Infantry.
Lieutenant George E. Upton, 6th Infantry.
Lieutenant John C. Sampson, 9th Infantry.
Lieutenant Austin Gibbons, 24th Cavalry.
Lieutenant Ezra T. Hartley, 14th Heavy Artillery .
Major Samuel M. Swartwout, 48th Infantry.
Lieutenant Jeremiah O'Brien, 48th Infantry.
Captain Samuel H. Sims, 51st Infantry.
Lieutenant Nathan J. Griswold, 109th Infantry.
Captain William P. Johnson, jr., 142nd Infantry.
Captain Augustus D. Vaughn, 169th Infantry.
Major John Barton, 179th Infantry.
Captain Allen T. Farwell, 179th Infantry.
Lieutenant Baker L. Saxton, 179th Infantry.