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Return of Casualties in the Union Forces-Continued.

DARBYTOWN ROAD, VA., OCTOBER 13, 1864-Continued.

Captured

or

Killed. Wounded. missing.

Command. Officers Men Officers Men Officers Men Aggregate

Artillery.

Lieutenant DORMAN L.

NOGGLE.

Wisconsin Light, 4th - -- - -- - -- --

Battery (section)

Total Cavalry Division - 2 - 29 - 10 41

RECAPITULATION.

Tenth Army Corps 2 32 15 314 - 33 396

Cavalry Division - 2 -- 29 - 10 41

Grand total 2 34 15 343 - 43 437

OFFICERS KILLED OR MORTALLY WOUNDED.

CONNECTICUT.

Major General W. Camp, 10th Infantry.

ILLINOIS.

Lieutenant Nathan E. Davis, 39th Infantry.

Lieutenant Charles J. Wilder, 39th Infantry.

OHIO.

Lieutenant Colonel Samuel B. Taylor, 62nd Infantry.

Captain Thomas Ward, 67th Infantry.

Lieutenant Emil Rampano, 67th Infantry.

U. S. COLORED TROOPS.

Captain Alexander G. Dickey, 8th Infantry.

FAIR OAKS AND DARBYTOWN ROAD, VA., OCTOBER 27-28, 1864.

Captured

or

Killed. Wounded. missing.

Command. Officers Men Officers Men Officers Men Aggregate

TENTH ARMY CORPS.

Bvt. Major General ALFRED

H. TERRY.

FIRST DIVISION.

Brigadier General ADELBERT

AMES.

First Brigade.

Colonel ALVIN C. VORIS.

39th Illinois -- 2 - 5 - -- 7

62nd Ohio -- -- - 5 - -- 5

67th Ohio 1 1 - 20 - 2 24

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

(detachment)

Total First Brigade 1 3 - 30 - 2 36