War of the Rebellion: Serial 087 Page 0124 OPERATIONS IN SE.VA. AND N.C. Chapter LIV.

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Return of Casualties in the Union Forces-Continued.

WELDON RAILROAD, VA.(OR GLOBE TAVERN, YELLOW HOUSE, AND BLICK'S STATION), AUGUST 18-21, 1864-Continued.

Captured

or

Killed. Wounded. missing.

Command. Officers Men Officers Men Officers Men Aggregate

Second Brigade.

Colonel NATHAN T.

DUSHANE.*

Colonel SAMUEL A.

GRAHAM.

1st Maryland 2 3 7 62 1 5 80

4th Maryland - 3 4 20 -- 8 35

7th Maryland 1 9 1 20 -- 10 41

8th Maryland - 3 1 16 -- 5 25

Punell (Maryland) 1 16 3 62 2 54 138

Legion

Total Second Brigade 4 34 16 180 3 82 319

Third Brigade.

Lieutenant Colonel

MICHAEL WIEDRICH.

15th New York Heavy - 13 9 66 -- 5 93

Artillery

Total Second Division 8 96 42 412 11 564 1,133

THIRD DIVISION.

Brigadier General

SAMUEL W. CRAWFORD.

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

First Brigade.

Colonel PETER LYLE.

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

16th Maine - 1 -- 28 6 116 151

39th Massachusetts 1 9 5 30 8 238 291

104th New York - -- -- 8 12 126 146

90th Pennsylvania 1 1 -- 14 3 93 112

107th Pennsylvania - 2 -- 3 6 145 156

Total First Brigade 2 13 5 83 36 718 857

Second Brigade.

Colonel RICHARD

COULTER.+

Colonel CHARLES

WHEELOCK.

94th New York - 1 1 6 6 164 178

97th New York 1 4 3 10 6 87 111

11th Pennsylvania - 2 -- 10 1 71 84

88th Pennsylvania 1 -- -- 3 -- 28 32

Total Second Brigade 2 7 4 29 13 350 405

Third Brigade.

Colonel WILLIAM R.

HARTSHORNE.

190th Pennsylvania - 3 1 7 14 302 327

(1st Veteran Reserves)

191st Pennsylvania 1 1 -- 10 16 292 320

(2nd Veteran Reserves)

Total Third Brigade 1 4 1 17 30 594 647

Total Third Division 5 24 11 129 79 1,662 1,910

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*Killed August 21.

+Sick from August 18.

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