War of the Rebellion: Serial 095 Page 1182 N. AND SE. VA., N.C., W.VA.,MD., AND PA. Chapter LVIII.

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All my staff-and especially Captain Charles Sellmer, acting assistant inspector-general, who deserves special mention-rendered me most valuable assistance and behaved gallantly.

Below I give a recapitulation of casualties occurring during the time covered by this report, also a list of captures made by the division.

Recapitulation of captures.

Date. Prisoners, Guns. Flags.


March 31 325 ........ ......

April 1 30 ......... .........

April 2 600 b6 4

April 9 ......... 1 c6 1

Subsequently 400 ....... .........

Total 1,355 13 5

a About.

b With all appurtenances.

c With five caissons.

The six-gun battery, 2 flags, and 300 prisoners were taken by a portion of the Fourth Brigade of this division, but, by order of some officer of the Sixth Army Corps, turned over to the provost-marshal of that corps.

Killed. Wounded.

Brigade. Officers Men Officers Men

First Brigade 3 51 11 255

Third Brigade 2 81 15 190

Fourth Brigade 4 24 8 116

Total* 9 156 34 561

Missing. Total.

Brigade. Officers Men Officers Men Aggre-


First Brigade 2 39 16 345 361

Third Brigade 4 28 21 299 320

Fourth Brigade ....... ...... 12 140 152

Total* 6 67 49 784 833

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,


Brigadier General Commanding First Division, Twenty-fourth Army Corps.

Lieutenant Colonel EDWARD MOALE,

Assistant Adjutant-General, Twenty-fourth Army Corps.


Richmond, Va., April 26, 1865.

COLONEL: I have the honor to submit the following report of the operations of the First Division, Twenty-fourth Army Corps, from the 10th of April to the 26th of April:

The division remained encamped on the Bent Creek road, near Appomattox Court-House, from the 10th to the 16th of April, inclusive. On the 17th, pursuant to orders from Major-General Gibbon, broke camp, and at 10 a.m. took up the line of march for Richmond, General


* But see revised table, p.594.