War of the Rebellion: Serial 080 Page 0265 Chapter LII. THE RICHMOND CAMPAIGN.

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General summary of Casualties in the Union Forces, &c.-Continued.

Captured

or

Killed. Wounded. missing.

Command. Of Men Of Men Of Men Aggr

fi fi fi egat

ce ce ce e

rs rs rs

Unattached.

37th New Jersey - - - - - - -

Artillery.

New York Light, 33rd - - - - - - -

Battery

CAVALRY.

Lieutenant Colonel

FRANCIS WASHBURN.

4th Massachusetts, 1st and - - - - - - -

3rd Battalions*

UNATTACHED.

37th U. S. Colored Troops - - - - - - -

Total Tenth Army Corps 6 94 20 459 - 28 607

EIGHTEENTH ARMY CORPS.

Major General WILLIAM F.

SMITH.

Brigadier General JOHN H.

MARTINDALE.+

Major General EDWARD O. C.

ORD.++

PROVOST GUARD.

Lieutenant Colonel JOAB

N. PATTERSON.

2nd New Hampshire - - - 4 - - 4

79th New York (one - - - - - - -

company)

FIRST DIVISION.

Brigadier General GEORGE

J. STANNARD.@

Brigadier General HIRAM

BURNHAM.

First Brigade.

Colonel EDGAR M. CULLEN.

Colonel AARON F. STEVENS.

13th New Hampshire# - - - - - - -

81st New York - - - - - - -

98th New York - - - - - - -

139th New York - - - - - - -

Second Brigade.

Brigadier General HIRAM

BURNHAM.

Colonel EDGAR M. CULLEN.$

8th Connecticut - - - - - - -

10th New Hampshire - - - - - - -

96th New York ** - - - - - - -

118th New York - - - - - - -

Third Brigade.

Colonel GUY V. HENRY.

21st Connecticut - - - - - - -

40th Massachusetts - - - - - - -

92nd New York - - - - - - -

58th Pennsylvania - - - - - - -

188th Pennsylvania - - - - - - -

Total First Division ^ 2 24 9 108 - 4 147

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*Companies E and H in Eighteenth Army Corps.

+Assumed command July 10.

++Assumed command July 21.

@On leave from July 31.

#Transferred from Second Brigade July 25.

$In command July 31.

**Transferred from First Brigade July 25.

^Losses by regiments and brigades not of record.

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