War of the Rebellion: Serial 087 Page 0120 OPERATIONS IN SE.VA. AND N.C. Chapter LIV.

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Return of Casualties in the Union Forces-Continued.

DEEP BOTTOM, VA., AUGUST 13-20, 1864-Continued.

Captured

or

Killed. Wounded. missing.

Command. Officers Men Officers Men Officers Men Aggregate

SECOND DIVISION.

Brigadier General JOHN

W. TURNER.

Second Brigade.

Lieutenant Colonel

WILLIAM B. COAN

47th New York -- 2 2 8 - 34 46

48th New York 3 1 2 30 - 22 58

76th Pennsylvania -- 8 3 34 - 7 52

97th Pennsylvania -- 2 1 14 1 20 38

Total Second Brigade 3 13 8 86 1 83 194

Third Brigade.

Colonel FRANCIS A.

OSBORN*

Major EZRA L. WALRATH*

Captain FRANK W.

PARKER*

Captain ROBERT J. GRAY

Staff -- -- 1 --- - -- 1

13th Indiana (three -- 1 -- 1 - -- 2

companies)

9th Maine 1 4 4 17 - 29 55

4th New Hampshire 1 6 2 31 1 28 69

115th New York 1 4 4 40 - 24 73

169th New York+ 1 3 2 16 - 1 23

Total Third Brigade 4 18 13 105 1 82 223

Total Second Division 7 31 21 191 2 165 417

COLORED BRIGADE.

Brigadier General

WILLIAM BIRNEY

29th Connecticut -- -- -- --- - -- ---

7th U. S. Colored Troops -- 1 1 41 - -- 43

8th U. S. Colored Troops -- -- -- 12 - -- 12

9th U. S. Colored Troops 1 12 2 61 1 4 81

Total Colored Brigade 1 13 3 114 1 4 136

ARTILLERY BRIGADE.

Lieutenant Colonel

FREEMAN McGILVERY

Staff -- -- 1 --- - -- 1

Connecticut Light, 1st -- -- -- --- - -- ---

Battery

New Jersey Light, 4th -- -- 1 14 - -- 15

Battery

3rd Rhode Island Light, -- -- -- --- - -- ---

Battery C

1st United States, -- -- -- 4 - 1 5

Batteries C and D

Total Artillery Brigade -- -- 2 18 - 1 21

UNASSIGNED.

4th Massachusetts -- 1 1 2 - -- 4

Cavalry, 1st and 3rd

Battalions

Total Tenth Army Corps 18 195 83 1,071 5 306 1,678

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*Wounded August 16.

+Losses occurred at Dutch Gap, August 13.

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