War of the Rebellion: Serial 095 Page 0601 Chapter LVIII. THE APPOMATTOX CAMPAIGN.

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General summary of casualties in the Union Forces, &c.-Continued.

MARCH 1-APRIL 9.

Killed Wounded Captured or missing

Command Offic Men Offic Men Offic Men Aggreg

ers ers ers ate

ARMY OF THE - 2 - 1 - - 3

POTOMAC.

Major

General

GEORGE G.

MEADE.

Provost

Guard

[Macy]

Artillery 1 12 2 27 - 48 90

[Hunt]

Signal - - - 1 - - 1

Corps

Second Army 24 234 106 1,609 25 747 2,745

Corps

[Humphreys]

Fifth Army 14 265 119 1,654 9 580 2,641

Corps

[Warren and

Griffin]

Sixth Army 22 241 120 1,582 1 122 2,080

Corps

[Wright]

Ninth Army 21 341 148 1,660 24 678 2,872

Corps

[Parke]

Cavalry - 10 9 45 3 74 141

[Gregg and

Crook]

Independent 3 8 6 68 - - 85

Brigade

[Collis]

Total Army 85 1,113 510 6,647 62 2,249 10,666

of the

Potomac

Sheridan's 20 152 101 831 15 212 1,331

Cavalry*

ARMY OF THE 1 - - - - - 1

JAMES.

Major

General

EDWARD O.

C. ORD.

Staff

Twenty- 13 161 47 1,000 5 75 1,301

fourth Army

Corps

[Gibbon]

Twenty- - 10 1 41 - 46 98

fifth Army

Corps

[Weitzel]

Defenses of - 2 2 36 1 43 84

Bermuda

Hundred

[Hartsuff]

Cavalry 3 7 3 38 1 29 81

Division

[Mackenzie]

Unattached 3 2 5 5 5 60 80

Cavalry

Total Army 20 182 58 1,120 12 253 1,645

of the

James

Grand total 125 1,447 669 8,598 89 2,714 13,642

March 1 to

April 9+

Grand 146 1,638 750 9,785 96 3,187 15,692

aggregate

January 1

to April 9

Numbers 4. Report of Major General George G. Meade, U. S. Army, commanding Army of the Potomac.

HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, April 30, 1865.

COLONEL: I have the honor to submit herewith a succinct report of the operations of this army in the recent campaign, resulting in the evacuation of Richmond and Petersburg and terminating in the surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia.

On the 29th ultimo, in pursuance of orders received from the lieutenant-general commanding, the Second and Fifth Corps were moved across Hatcher's Run, the former by the Vaughan road, the latter by the old stage-road crossing at Perkins'. The Second Corps, holding the extreme left of the line before Petersburg prior to moving, was relieved by Major-General Gibbon, commanding two divisions of the Twenty-fourth Corps.

Major-General Humphreys, commanding Second Corps, was directed, after crossing Hatcher's Run, to take position, with his right resting

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*Includes Crook's [formerly Gregg's] division for April only; the losses of that division in March are counted with the Army of the Potomac.

+For losses, in detail, at Fort Stedman, and in the Appomattox campaign, see pp.70, 581.

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