War of the Rebellion: Serial 087 Page 0143 Chapter LIV. THE RICHMOND CAMPAIGN.

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Return of Casualties in the Union Forces-Continued.

POPLAR SPRING CHURCH, VA. (OR WYATT'S, PEEBLES', PEGRAM'S FARMS, CHAPPELL HOUSE, AND VAUGHAN ROAD), SEPTEMBER 30, 1864-Continued.

Captured

or

Killed. Wounded. missing.

Command. Officers Men Officers Men Officers Men Aggregate

Second Brigade.

Colonel CHARLES H.

SMITH

1st Maine -- 2 1 2 -- 1 6

2nd Pennsylvania -- -- -- 1 -- -- 1

4th Pennsylvania 1 -- 1 2 1 6 11

8th Pennsylvania -- -- -- 1 -- 3 4

13th Pennsylvania -- -- -- 9 2 15 26

16th Pennsylvania -- -- -- -- -- -- --

1st U. S. Artillery, -- 1 -- 2 -- -- 3

Batteries H and I

Total Second Brigade 1 3 2 17 3 25 51

Total cavalry 1 16 7 58 5 77 164

RECAPITULATION.

Second Army Corps -- 12 6 59 -- 12 89

(Third Division)

Fifth Army Corps 5 65 22 322 10 202 629

Ninth Army Corps 13 75 27 399 43 1,453 2,010

Cavalry 1 16 7 58 5 77 164

Grand total 19 168 62 838 58 1,744 2,889

OFFICERS KILLED OR MORTALLY WOUNDED.

MAINE.

Captain Weston H. Keene, 20th Infantry.

Captain Joseph S. Harlow, 31st Infantry.

MASSACHUSETTS.

Captain Orange S. Stampson, 21st Infantry.

Captain Charles H. Johnson, 58th Infantry.

Lieutenant John W. Fiske, 58th Infantry.

MICHIGAN.

Captain James H. Wheaton, 1st Infantry.

Colonel Norval E. Welch, 16th Infantry.

Captain Oliver Blood, jr., 20th Infantry.

Lieutenant Jacob E. Siebert, 20th Infantry.

Lieutenant Theodore S. Mead, 27th Infantry.

NEW HAMPSHIRE.

Captain Adams K. Tilton, 6th Infantry.

Lieutenant George W. Emery, 9th Infantry.

Lieutenant William D. Rice, 9th Infantry.

Lieutenant Frank S. Bean, 11th Infantry.

NEW YORK.

Lieutenant Frank Butler, 51st Infantry.

Lieutenant James B. Bowker, 179th Infantry.

PENNSYLVANIA.

Captain David P. Smith, 4th Cavalry.

Lieutenant James P. Gregg, 45th Infantry.

Lieutenant William Fisher, 99th Infantry.

Captain Charles M. Young, 118th Infantry.

Lieutenant John Conahey, 18th Infantry.

U. S. ARMY.

Lieutenant Otis Fisher, 8th Infantry.

Lieutenant Thomas D. Urmston, 12th Infantry.

VERMONT.

Lieutenant Colonel Charles Cummings, 17th Infantry.

Captain Henry A. Eaton, 17th Infantry.

Lieutenant George W. Tobin, 17th Infantry.