War of the Rebellion: Serial 095 Page 1056 N. AND SE. VA., N. C., W. VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter LVII.

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House. On the 8th Second Brigade marched to Burkeville, and on the 9th the First was sent to Farmville, remaining at those points until ordered with the corps to Washington D. C.

In addition to the lists of officers recommended for promotion already forwarded, I would especially mention for brave and gallant conduct on this occasion, Colonel W. M. Gregg (wounded). Lieutenant Colonel F. B. Doty (since died of wounds) both of the One hundred and seventy-ninth New York Volunteers; Colonel Bradley Winslow (wounded), and Captain W. R. Wallace, One hundred and eighty-sixth New York Volunteers; Adjt. Abraham Cohn, Sixth New Hampshire Veteran Volunteers; Captain Henry J. Griffin, Sixth New Hampshire Veteran Volunteers, and Captain W. Clark, Forty-eighth Pennsylvania Volunteers, both of the brigade pioneer corps; Captain T. P. Beals (wounded), Captain A. D. Brock, and Lieutenant W. H. H. Ware, Thirty-first Maine Volunteers, of the storming party. Of this gallant party of 108 men, composed of Companies C, H, and L, Thirty-first Volunteers, 5 were killed and 32 wounded.

I inclose herewith copies of the reports of brigade commanders.

The following is the statement of the casualties in the division on the 2nd of April:

Killed. Wounded.

Command. Officers. Men. Officers. Men.

Headquarters ....... ...... 2 .......

First Brigade.

45th Pennsylvania ....... 5 4 29

Veteran

Volunteers

7th Rhode Island 1 ....... 2 11

Volunteers

35th ........ 3 ...... 11

Massachusetts

Volunteers

39th New Jersey 2 15 3 71

Volunteers

48th Pennsylvania 1 10 3 57

Veteran

Volunteers

58th ........ 4 1 17

Massachusetts

Volunteers

36th ........ 1 ....... 4

Massachusetts

Volunteers

51st New York ....... ....... ........ ........

Volunteers

Total First 4 38 13 200

Brigade

Second Brigade.

6th New Hampshire ........ 3 1 24

Volunteers

9th New Hampshire ........ ........ ........ ........

Volunteers

11th New ........ ........ ....... 1

Hampshire

Volunteers

17th Vermont 1 8 3 35

Volunteers

31st Maine ....... 10 3 65

Volunteers

2nd Maryland ....... 5 ........ 20

Veteran

Volunteers

56th 1 1 2 11

Massachusetts

Volunteers

179th New York ....... 9 9 34

Volunteers

186 New York ....... 35 11 127

Volunteers

Total Second 2 71 29 317

Brigade

Grand total* 6 109 44 517

Missing. Total.

Command. Officers. Men. Officers. Men.

Headquarters ........ ....... 2 ......

First Brigade.

45th Pennsylvania 1 20 5 54

Veteran

Volunteers

7th Rhode Island ........ 1 3 12

Volunteers

35th ........ ....... ........ 14

Massachusetts

Volunteers

39th New Jersey ....... 26 4 93

Volunteers

48th Pennsylvania 2 16 3 37

Veteran

Volunteers

58th ....... 26 4 93

Massachusetts

Volunteers

36th ....... ........ ...... 5

Massachusetts

Volunteers

51st New York ....... ........ ....... .......

Volunteers

Total First 3 63 20 301

Brigade

Second Brigade.

6th New Hampshire ....... 3 1 30

Volunteers

9th New Hampshire ....... ....... ....... .......

Volunteers

11th New ....... ....... ....... 1

Hampshire

Volunteers

17th Vermont ....... 2 4 45

Volunteers

31st Maine ....... 5 3 80

Volunteers

2nd Maryland ...... 6 ...... 31

Veteran

Volunteers

56th ...... ....... 3 12

Massachusetts

Volunteers

179th New York ...... 8 9 51

Volunteers

186 New York ....... 9 11 171

Volunteers

Total Second ....... 33 31 421

Brigade

Grand total* 3 96 53 722

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

S. G. GRIFFIN,

Brigadier-General, Commanding.

Lieu. Colonel JOHN D. BERTOLETTE,

Assistant Adjutant-General, Ninth Army Corps.

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*But see revised table, p. 589.

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