Return of Casualties in the Union forces, &c.-Continued.
Killed Wounded Captured or missing
Command Offi Men Offi Men Offi Men Aggre
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HORSE - - - 5 - - 5
2nd United - - - 10 - - 10
Total Horse - - - 15 - - 15
Total 7 61 29 275 6 73 451
Sixth Army 18 193 111 1,331 - 46 1,699
Nineteenth 22 292 104 1,450 7 199 2,074
Army of West 6 98 34 649 - 7 794
Cavalry 7 61 29 275 6 73 451
Grand total 53 644 278 3,705 13 325 5,018
OFFICERS KILLED OR MORTALLY WOUNDED.
Major James Q. Rice, 2nd Heavy Artillery.
Captain Frederick M. Berry, 2nd Heavy Artillery.
LieutenantFranklin J. Candee,2nd Heavy Artillery.
LieutenantJames P. McCabe,2nd Heavy Artillery.
LieutenantHorace Hubbard,2nd Heavy Artillery.
LieutenantWilliam H. Cogswell,2nd Heavy Artillery.
LieutenantColonel Frank H. Peck,12th Infantry.
LieutenantWilliam S. Bulkley,12th Infantry.
LieutenantGeorge W. Steadman, 12th Infantry.
LieutenantWilliam S. Mullen,11th Infantry.
Captain Silas A. Wadsworth, 18th Infantry.
Captain David J. Davis,22nd Infantry.
Captain Benjamin D. Parks, 22nd Infantry.
LieutenantJames A. Boarts,22nd Infantry.
Captain Joseph R. Gould,24th Infantry.
LieutenantSylvester S. Dillman,24th Infantry.
Captain John E. Palmer,28th Infantry.
Captain Scott Houseworth, 28th Infantry.
LieutenantBenjamin F. Bicknell,7th Infantry.
Captain Daniel M. Phillips,12th Infantry.
Captain Samuel F. Thompson,12th Infantry.
LieutenantWilliam Jackman,14th Infantry.
LieutenantAjalon Godwin,14th Infantry.
Major William Knowlton,29th Infantry.