War of the Rebellion: Serial 087 Page 0144 OPERATIONS IN SE.VA. AND N.C. Chapter LIV.

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General summary of Casualties in the Union Forces operating against Richmond, Va., under Lieutenant General U. S. Grant, during the month of September, 1864.

[Also embraces losses at Poplar Spring Church to October 2, inclusive.]

Captured

or

Killed. Wounded. missing.

Command. Officers Men Officers Men Officers Men Aggregate

ARMY OF THE

POTOMAC.

Major General

GEORGE G. MEADE

Provost Guard -- -- -- --- -- 1 1

(Patrick)

Engineer Brigade -- 1 -- 2 -- --- 3

(Benham)

Artillery (Hunt) -- -- -- 9 -- --- 9

Second Army 4 59 12 243 1 71 390

Corps (Hancock)

Fifth Army corps 5 66 25 336 11 275 718

(Warren)

Ninth Army Corps 13 76 27 413 45 1,477 2,051

(Parke)

Cavalry (Gregg) 1 17 7 85 5 97 212

Total Army of 23 219 71 1,088 62 1,921 3,384

the Potomac

ARMY OF THE

JAMES

Major General

BENJAMIN F.

BUTLER

Tenth Army Corps 5 75 45 554 6 299 984

(Birney)

Eighteenth Army 23 292 102 1,607 8 341 2,373

Corps (Ord and

Weitzel)

Siege Artillery -- 1 -- 7 -- --- 8

(Abbot)

Cavalry (Kautz) 1 5 -- 29 8 226 269

Total Army of 29 373 147 2,197 22 866 3,634

the James

Grand total 52 592 218 3,285 84 2,787 7,018

DARBYTOWN AND NEW MARKET ROADS, VA. (OR JOHNSON'S FARM AND FOURMILE CREEK), OCTOBER 7, 1864.

Captured

or

Killed. Wounded. missing.

Command. Officers Men Officers Men Officers Men Aggregate

TENTH ARMY CORPS.

Major General DAVID

B. BIRNEY.

FIRST DIVISION.

Bvt. Major General

ALFRED H. TERRY.

First Brigade.

Colonel FRANCIS B.

POND.

39th Illinois -- 1 -- 14 -- -- 15

62nd Ohio -- 2 1 6 -- -- 9

67th Ohio -- 1 -- 4 -- -- 5

85th Pennsylvania -- -- -- 3 -- -- 3

Total First Brigade -- 4 1 27 -- -- 32