War of the Rebellion: Serial 095 Page 0069 Chapter LVIII. THE RICHMOND CAMPAIGN.

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Return of casualties in the Union forces, &c.-Continued.

RECAPITULATION.

Captured

Killed Wounded or missing

Regime Office Men Office Men Office Men Aggre

nts rs rs rs gate

Second 3 22 8 92 .... 10 135

Army

Corps

Fifth 11 120 56 914 2 157 1,260

Army

Corps

Sixth .... 1 ... .... ... 5

Army 27

Corps

(First

Divisi

on)

Ninth .... ... .... 21 .... .... ....

Army

Corps

(Third

Divisi

on)

Cavalr 2 12 75 79 .... 13 117

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Grand 16 155 1,106 2 185

total 1,539

OFFICERS KILLED OR MORTALLY WOUNDED.

CONNECTICUT.

Lieutenant Franklin Bartlett, 14th Infantry.

DELAWARE.

Major James E. Baily, 3rd Infantry.

MARYLAND.

Colonel John W. Wilson, 1st Infantry.

Lieutenant Lewis Armacost, 1st Infantry.

Lieutenant Robert A. Wilson, 1st Infantry.

Lieutenant Jacob L. Troxell, 8th Infantry.

MASSACHUSETTS.

Lieutenant William H. Tibbitts, 19th Infantry.

NEW YORK.

Lieutenant Colonel Frederick L. Tremain, 10th Cavalry.

Lieutenant Adolph Riemann, 15th Veteran Infantry.

Lieutenant Lansing Bristol, 147th Infantry.

Lieutenant Hugh G. McTavish, 164th Infantry.

Colonel Matthew Murphy, 182nd (69th National Guard Artillery) Infantry.

PENNSYLVANIA.

Captain John Harper, 4th Cavalry.

Captain Nathaniel S. Sneyd, 13th Cavalry.

Lieutenant James McGinley, 69th Infantry.

Captain Benjamin A. Smith, 83th Infantry.

Lieutenant John Edgar, jr., 91st Infantry.

Captain John Scott, 118th Infantry.

Captain Asher Gaylord, 143rd Infantry.

Lieutenant Albert B. Cole, 149th Infantry.

Lieutenant Charles W. Frazier, 198th Infantry.

WISCONSIN.

Captain John R. Lammey, 6th Infantry.

Lieutenant Israel W. Hendricks, 6th Infantry.