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.
Killed. Wounded. missing.
Command. Officers Men Officers Men Officers Men Aggregate
Second Brigade (Kautz's
Colonel SAMUEL P. SPEAR.
1st District of Columbia -- 2 -- 3 -- -- 5
11th Pennsylvania -- 1 -- 4 -- 1 6
Total Second Brigade -- 3 -- 7 -- 1 11
Total cavalry -- 3 -- 13 -- 1 17
Fifth Army Corps 17 171 74 747 98 2,562 3,669
Ninth Army Corps 2 58 30 285 3 215 593
Cavalry - 3 -- 13 -- 1 17
Grand total 19 232 104 1,045 101 2,778 4,279
OFFICERS KILLED OR MORTALLY WOUNDED.
Colonel Nathan T. Dushane, 1st Infantry.
Major Josiah B. Coloney, 1st Infantry.
Lieutenant Alfred D. Reynolds, 1st Infantry.
Lieutenant Thomas A. Mills, 4th Infantry.
Lieutenant Robert H. Hergesheimer, 7th Infantry.
Lieutenant James Fay, 8th Infantry.
Captain Alexander S. Williamson, Purnell Legion.
Lieutenant Robert F. Bourne, 22nd Infantry.
Captain J. Wilson Ingell, 35th Infantry.
Lieutenant Austin J. White, 35th Infantry.
Lieutenant William T. Spear, 39th Infantry.
Lieutenant Horace M. Warren, 59th Infantry.
Major Horatio Belcher, 8th Infantry.
Lieutenant Mason Vosper, 27th Infantry.
Captain George W. Simons, 24th Cavalry.
Lieutenant Robert Mueller, 15th Heavy Artillery.
Captain William S. Woods, 5th Infantry.
Lieutenant George Osborne, 5th Infantry.
Surg. Otto Schenck, 46th Infantry.
Lieutenant Barnard Phenis, 76th Infantry.
Lieutenant Thomas F. Weldon, 76th Infantry.
Lieutenant Henry P. Fitzpatrick, 97th Infantry.
Lieutenant Arthur V. Coan, 146th Infantry.
Lieutenant J. Spear Orr, 21st Cavalry.
Captain Jacob Houder, 88th Infantry.
Lieutenant James S. Bonsall, 90th Infantry.
Lieutenant Henry L. Stock, 191st Infantry.
U. S. ARMY.
Captain Samuel S. Newbury, 12th Infantry.
Lieutenant Frederick E. Crosman, 17th Infantry.
Captain William W. Hutchins, 6th Infantry.
Captain Charles P. Hyatt, 6th Infantry.
Lieutenant John Timmons, 6th Infantry.