War of the Rebellion: Serial 095 Page 0617 Chapter LVIII. THE APPOMATTOX CAMPAIGN.

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Consolidated statement of wounds in the Army of the Potomac-Continued.

FEBRUARY, 1865-Continued.

Location of Second Fifth Sixth Ninth Second Total

injury Corps Corps Corps Corps Division

Cavalry

Corps

Deaths in 9 16 - - 1 26

field

hospitals

Shell 5 11 2 - 1 19

wounds

Bullet 81 668 19 - 64 832

wounds

Amputations 2 50 3 - 4 59

in field

hospitals

Excisions 2 11 - - - 13

in field

hospitals

Aggregate 22,607 18,131 5,935 - 9,287 56,010

strength

present

Medical 73 60 16 - 29 167

officers

present

Killed a 25 115 1 - 13 154

Wounded a 117 870 24 - 91 1,102

Missing a 3 174 6 - 9 192

Total 145 1,159 31 - 113 1,418

killed,

wounded,

and missing

a According to regimental reports.

REMARKS.-No report received from Ninth Corps for February.

MARCH, 1865.

Location of Second Fifth Sixth Ninth Total

injury Corps Corps Corps Corps

Head and 84 112 41 65 302

face

Neck 11 14 8 9 42

Shoulder 37 81 22 24 164

Thorax 66 61 19 30 176

Abdomen 35 61 10 37 143

Back and 54 98 30 29 211

hips

Perineum and 2 7 - 16 25

genitals

Superior 360 488 145 119 1,112

extremities

Inferior 108 243 70 35 456

extremities

Total 747 1,165 345 354 2,631

Deaths in 25 26 6 50 107

field

hospitals

Shell wounds 45 10 72 18 143

Cannon-shot 1 4 2 1 8

wounds

Bullet 707 1,157 285 434 3,583

wounds

Bayonet - - 1 - 1

wounds

Sword wounds - - 1 1 2

Amputation 47 98 37 43 225

in field

hospitals

Excisions in 3 1 5 4 13

field

hospitals

Aggregate 23,425 22,459 17,257 21,578 84,719

strength

present

Medical 111 53 45 101 310

officers

present

Killed a 63 201 45 - 309

Wounded a 459 1,082 391 - 1,932

Missing a 137 873 16 - 1,026

Total 659 3,156 452 - 4,267

killed,

wounded, and

missing

a According to regimental reports.

REMARKS.-The Second Cavalry Division joined its corps on the 27th, and the surgeon-in-chief rendered his report to the medical director of the corps. The Ninth Corps failed to render any reports of aggregate strength, &c., for this month.

APRIL, 1865.

Location of Second Fifth Sixth Ninth Total

injury Corps Corps Corps Corps

Head and 107 49 119 34 309

face

Neck 18 6 22 7 51

Shoulder 72 13 71 17 173

Thorax 56 30 63 17 166

Abdomen 38 21 48 20 127

Back and 54 23 83 34 194

hips