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Return of Casualties in the Union Forces, &c. -Continued.

BENTONVILLE, MARCH 19-21, 1865. -Continued.

Killed. Wounded. Captured

or missing.

Command. Offi Men Offi Men Off Men Aggre

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Third Brigade.

Colonel GEORGE


1st Alabama -- -- -- --- -- -- ---

5th Kentucky -- -- -- --- -- -- ---

5th Ohio -- -- -- --- -- -- ---


Wisconsin Light, -- -- -- --- -- -- ---

10th Battery

Grant total 12 182 67 1,045 7 214 1,527

Sherman's army



Lieutenant George T. Beers, 78th Infantry.

Lieutenant William E. Summers, 78th Infantry.

Captain William B. Bogardus, 86th Infantry.


Lieutenant Samuel D. Webb, 19th Battery Light Artillery.

Lieutenant Nicholas Moser, 22nd Infantry.

Captain James H. Low, 38th Infantry.

Lieutenant Charles S. Deweese, 38th Infantry.

Lieutenant John Q. A. Steele, 42nd Infantry.

Lieutenant Epharaim Rutledge, 42nd Infantry.

Lieutenant George W. Seelye, 88th Infantry.

Lieutenant Isaac A. Slater, 88th Infantry.


Major Willard G. Eaton, 13th Infantry.


Lieutenant David R. Potts, 32nd Infantry.

Captain Marquis de L. Hare, 70th Infantry.

Captain William Ballentine, 82nd Infantry.

Lieutenant John M. Branum, 98th Infantry.

Captain Hugo Elzner, 108th Infantry.

Captain Charles P. Cavis, 121st Infantry.


Lieutenant Edward T. Midgley, 21st Infantry.

No. 4. Itinerary of the Union Forces, January 1-June 30, 1865. *RIGHT WING (ARMY OF THE TENNESSEE). +FIFTEENTH ARMY CORPS. ++

First Division.

[February.]-During the month this division has been campaigning in South Carolina, leaving the neighborhood of Pocotaligo about the 1st instant, and moving by way of Columbia to its present camp


*From returns of the commands indicated.

+Commanded by Major General Oliver O. Howard.

++Commanded by Major General John A. Logan.


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