War of the Rebellion: Serial 087 Page 0121 Chapter LIV. THE RICHMOND CAMPAIGN.

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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

CAVALRY.

SECOND DIVISION.

Brigadier General

DAVID McM. GREGG.

First Brigade.

Colonel WILLIAM

STEDMAN.

1st Massachusetts -- 3 -- 6 -- 9 18

1st New Jersey -- 2 1 3 -- -- 6

10th New York -- -- -- 4 -- -- 4

6th Ohio -- -- -- --- -- -- --

1st Pennsylvania -- -- -- 5 -- -- 5

Total First Brigade -- 5 1 18 -- 9 33

Second Brigade.

Colonel J. IRVIN

GREGG.*

Colonel MICHAEL

KERWIN.

1st Maine -- 8 1 24 -- 2 35

2nd Pennsylvania 1 3 4 20 3 26 57

4th Pennsylvania -- 2 1 19 -- 3 25

8th Pennsylvania 1 6 2 11 -- 5 25

13th Pennsylvania -- 5 1 21 2 37 66

16th Pennsylvania -- 2 3 10 -- 2 17

Total Second Brigade 2 26 12 105 5 75 225

Artillery.

2nd United States, -- -- -- 1 -- -- 1

Battery A

Total Second Cavalry 2 31 13 124 5 84 259

Division

RECAPITULATION.

Second Army 4 78 37 524 6 315 964

Corps

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

Corps

Cavalry 2 31 13 124 5 84 259

Grand total 24 304 133 1,719 16 705 2,901

OFFICERS KILLED OR MORTALLY WOUNDED.

CONNECTICUT.

Captain Dwight A. Woodruff, 6th Infantry.

Lieutenant Charles E. Barker, 7th Infantry.

Lieutenant Henry B. Lee, 7th Infantry.

Lieutenant Edwin J. Merriam, 7th Infantry.

Captain Horace F. Quinn, 10th Infantry.

Captain Selleck L. White, 10th Infantry.

Lieutenant Albert F. Sharp, 10th Infantry.

ILLINOIS.

Captain Chauncey Williams, 39th Infantry.

Lieutenant James D. Lemon, 39th Infantry.

Lieutenant John Frane, 39th Infantry.

MAINE.

Colonel Daniel Chaplin, 1st Heavy Artillery.

Captain William A. Barrows, 9th Infantry.

Lieutenant William A. Campbell, 9th Infantry.

Captain Luther Lawrence, 11th Infantry.

Captain Francis W. Sabine, 11th Infantry.

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*Wounded August 16.

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