War of the Rebellion: Serial 087 Page 0137 Chapter LIV. THE RICHMOND CAMPAIGN.

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Return of Casualties in the Union Forces-Continued.

CHAFFIN'S FARM, VA. (OR FORT HARRISON, FORT GILMER, NEW MARKET HEIGHTS, AND LAUREL HILL), SEPTEMBER 29-30, 1864-Continued.

Captured

or

Killed. Wounded. missing.

Command. Officers Men Officers Men Officers Men Aggregate

CAVALRY DIVISION.

Brigadier General

AUGUST V. KAUTZ.

First Brigade.

Colonel ROBERT M.

WEST.

3rd New York -- -- -- 3 -- 2 5

5th Pennsylvania -- 1 -- 14 -- 5 20

Total First Brigade -- 1 -- 17 -- 7 25

Second Brigade.

Colonel SAMUEL P.

SPEAR

1st District of -- -- -- 2 -- 1 3

Columbia (battalion)

11th Pennsylvania -- -- -- 3 -- 2 5

Total Second Brigade -- -- -- 5 -- 3 8

Artillery.

Wisconsin Light, 4th -- 1 -- 2 -- -- 3

Battery

Total Cavalry -- 2 -- 24 -- 10 36

Division

RECAPITULATION.

Tenth Army Corps 4 70 45 542 6 296 963

Eighteenth Army 23 284 101 1,587 8 325 2,328

Corps

Cavalry Division -- 2 -- 24 -- 10 36

(Kautz)

Grand total 27 356 146 2,153 14 631 3,327

OFFICERS KILLED OR MORTALLY WOUNDED.

CONNECTICUT.

Lieutenant James B. Kilbourn, 8th Infantry.

Lieutenant Charles N. Irvine, 8th Infantry.

Lieutenant Thomas H. McKinley, 29th Infantry.

MAINE.

Captain Robert J. Gray, 9th Infantry.

Captain Billings Brastow, 9th Infantry.

MASSACHUSETTS.

Lieutenant J. Arthur Fitch, 40th Infantry.

NEW HAMPSHIRE.

Captain John M. Caswell, 10th Infantry.

Captain Gustavus A. Forbush, 13th Infantry.

Lieutenant Robert R. Thompson, 13th Infantry.