War of the Rebellion: Serial 087 Page 0145 Chapter LIV. THE RICHMOND CAMPAIGN.

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Return of Casualties in the Union Forces-Continued.

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

Captured

or

Killed. Wounded. missing.

Command. Officers Men Officers Men Officers Men Aggregate

Second Brigade.

Colonel JOSEPH C. ABBOTT.

6th Connecticut - 2 1 9 - -- 12

7th Connecticut - 1 - 13 - 1 15

3rd New Hampshire - 1 - 11 - 13 25

7th New Hampshire - 3 1 15 - -- 19

16th New York Heavy - 11 4 50 - -- 65

Artillery (seven companies)

Total Second Brigade - 18 6 98 - 14 136

Third Brigade.

Colonel HARRIS M.

PLAISTED.

10th Connecticut - 2 - 7 - -- 9

11th Maine - 2 - 11 - -- 13

25th Massachusetts - 1 - 10 - -- 11

100th New York - -- 1 6 - -- 7

Total Third Brigade - 5 1 34 - -- 40

Total First Division - 27 8 159 - 14 208

ARTILLERY BRIGADE.

Lieutenant Colonel RICHARD

H. JACKSON.

Staff - -- 1 -- - -- 1

New Jersey Light, 5th - -- - -- - -- --

Battery

3rd Rhode Island Light, - -- - 3 - -- 3

Battery C

1st United States, - 1 - 4 - -- 5

Batteries C and D

3rd United States, Battery - 3 - 9 - -- 12

E

4th United States, Battery - -- - -- - -- --

D

Total Artillery Brigade - 4 1 16 - -- 21

Total Tenth Army Corps - 31 9 175 - 14 229

CAVALRY DIVISION.

Brigadier General AUGUST

V. KAUTZ.

Staff - -- - -- 1 -- 1

First Brigade.

Colonel ROBERT M. WEST.

3rd New York 1 3 2 13 2 31 52

5th Pennsylvania - 10 4 28 - 67 109

Total First Brigade 1 13 6 41 2 98 161

Second Brigade.

Colonel SAMUEL P. SPEAR.

1st District of Columbia - -- - 3 - 7 10

(battalion)

11th Pennsylvania - 2 3 11 2 22 40

Total Second Brigade - 2 3 14 2 29 50

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