Return of Casualties in the Union-Continued.
OFFICERS KILLED OR MORTALLY WOUNDED.
Lieutenant Morton A. Taintor, 7th Infantry.
Lieutenant Albert F. Kyes, 8th Infantry.
Lieutenant Henry H. Emerson, 10th Infantry.
Captain Enoch W. Goss, 13th Infantry.
Captain Jay M. Wicks, 3rd Infantry.
Lieutenant Albert C. Burt, 89th Infantry.
Lieutenant George W. Edmons, 112th Infantry.
Lieutenant William H. Alexander, jr., 139th Infantry.
Captain John D. Ransom, 142nd Infantry.
Captain E. Darwin Gage, 148th Infantry.
Lieutenant Herman H. Hanssen, 67th Infantry.
Captain George W. Hawkins, 97th Infantry.
U. S. COLORED TROOPS.
Captain Judson E. Rice, 1st Infantry.
Captain William W. McB. Houston, 1st Infantry.
Captain William B. Clark, 22nd Infantry.
Captain Patrick Bennett, 19th Infantry.
Lieutenant John Wright, 19th Infantry.
BOYDTON PLANK ROAD (OR HATCHER'S RUN), VA., OCTOBER 27-28, 1864.
Killed. Wounded. Captain or miss.
Command. Officers. Men. Officers. Men. Officers. Men. Aggregate.
SECOND ARMY CORPS.
WINFIELD S. HANCOCK.*
THOMAS W. EGAN.
Captain MAHLON BLACK.
2nd Company Minnesota - - - - - - -
HORACE P. RUGG.
19th Maine - 1 4 - 1 6
19th Massachusetts - - - - - 12 12
20th Massachusetts - - - 6 - 6 12
1st Company - - - - - - -
7th Michigan - - - 2 - 8 10
1st Minnesota (two - - - 3 - - 3
59th New York - 1 - 4 - - 5
152nd New York 1 2 - 4 - 1 8
184th Pennsylvania - 6 - 11 - 7 24
36th Wisconsin - - - 5 - 7 12
Total First Brigade 1 10 - 39 - 42 92
*Gregg's division of cavalry was also under Hancock's orders.