Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Colonel E. G. Marshall” in chapter 1.7, section c.1.7.22, page 86 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...0. General Burnside says in his report that his 9th corps lost twenty-three commanders of regiments, four killed, fifteen wounded, and four missing; two brigade commanders, General W. F. Bartlett and Colonel E. G. Marshall , prisoners; fifty-two officers and 376 men killed; 105 officers and 1,556 men wounded; eighty-seven officers and 1,652 men missing; total 3,828....
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