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Fourteenth 1386 157 11.3 2d Wisconsin Wadsworth's First 1203 238 19.7 3d Wisconsin Williams's Twelfth 1333 170 12.7 6th Wisconsin Wadsworth's First 1940 244 12.5 7th Wisconsin Wadsworth's First 1630 281 17.2 21st Wisconsin Johnson's Fourteenth 1171 122 10.4 24th Wisconsin Newton's Fourth 1077 111 10.3 26th Wisconsin Schurz's Eleventh 1089 188 17.2 36th Wisconsin Gibbon's Second 1014 157 15.4 37th Wisconsin Willcox's Ninth 1110 156 14.0 1st U. S. Sharpshooters Berdan's Sharpshooters. Birney's Third 1392 153 10.9 2d U. S. Sharpshooters Birney's Third 1178 125 10.6 79th U. S. Colored Inf. Thayer's Seventh 1249 188 15.0 In some of the regiments of the preceding list, a part of the enrollment has been omitted, and the percentage was calculated on the number enrolled during the period of active service. In some cases deduction was made for large bodies of conscripts which never joined the regiment, although their names were borne upon the rolls;
ose, who was killed in the trenches at Petersburg, the regimental historian says that a braver man never lived; a truer man never wore the garb of Christianity. At Resaca, among the Confederate dead which lay so thickly in front of the Twenty-seventh seventh Indiana, was a family group: a gray-haired Chaplain and his two sons. The official reports make frequent mention of Chaplains whose gallantry and zeal had attracted the notice of their general. In the Chancellorsville reports, General Berdan, commander of the famous Sharpshooters, states that Chaplain Barber, of the Secondl Regiment, took a rifle and went in with the skirmishers, with his usual bravery. At Antietam, Gen. J. R. Brooke mentions in his report the brave Chaplain of the Sixty-sixth New York, Rev. Mr. Dwight, who was constantly in the field, in the thickest of the fight. Gen. Giles A. Smith, in his report of the battle of Atlanta (July 22d), states that Chaplain Bennett, of the Thirty-second Ohio, carried hi
in that battle; on the second day, in company with Berdan's Sharpshooters, it made an advance outside the linstered out. First United States Sharpshooters--Berdan's. Ward's Brigade — Birney's Division--Third Corps. (1) Col. Hiram Berdan; Bvt. Brig.-Gen. (2) Col. George G. Hastings. companies. killed and died oth Anna. notes.--The unique regiment of the war. Berdan's Sharpshooters were United States troops, in whichs furnished entire by some one State. In 1861, General Berdan received authority from the War Department to olled, 51 wounded, and 6 missing. At Gettysburg, Colonel Berdan with a detachment of his men, supported by the ; Kelly's Ford; Po River; Hatcher's Run. notes.--Berdan's United States Sharpshooters were the best known oto have raised in any one State a regiment equal to Berdan's requirements. No recruit was eligible that couldere in line of battle, infantry formation. Both of Berdan's regiments, however, were generally employed as sk<
204 205 246 Cox's Twenty-third. April, ‘62 6th Tennessee 1 43 44   157 157 201 Hascall's Twenty-third. May, ‘63 8th Tennessee 2 48 50 1 226 227 277 Cox's Twenty-third.   Sharpshooters.                   Aug., ‘61 1st United States Berdan's Sharpshooters. 10 143 153 1 128 129 282 Birney's Third. Oct., ‘61 2d United States Berdan's Sharpshooters. 8 117 125 2 123 125 250 Birney's Third.   Cavalry.                     1st United States 9 73 82 2 91 93 175 Torbert's CavalrBerdan's Sharpshooters. 8 117 125 2 123 125 250 Birney's Third.   Cavalry.                     1st United States 9 73 82 2 91 93 175 Torbert's Cavalry, A. P.   2d United States 5 73 78 3 92 95 173 Torbert's Cavalry, A. P.   3d United States 2 30 32 3 105 108 140       4th United States 3 59 62 1 108 109 171 Garrard's Cavalry, A. C.   5th United States 7 60 67 2 90 92 159 Torbert's Cavalry, A. P.   6th United States 2 50 52 1 106 107 159 Buford's Cavalry, A. P.   Artillery.                     1st United States Not including deaths in infantry details, attached. 6 75
William F. Fox, Lt. Col. U. S. V., Regimental Losses in the American Civil War, 1861-1865: A Treatise on the extent and nature of the mortuary losses in the Union regiments, with full and exhaustive statistics compiled from the official records on file in the state military bureaus and at Washington, Chapter 13: aggregate of deaths in the Union Armies by States--total enlistment by States--percentages of military population furnished, and percentages of loss — strength of the Army at various dates casualties in the Navy. (search)
the Veteran Reserve Corps, 60,508; Hancock's Veteran Corps, 10,833; United States Sharpshooters (Berdan's two regiments), 2,570; other organizations of white volunteers, about 8,500. All these (excepthe Veteran Reserve Corps, 60,508; Hancock's Veteran Corps, 10,833; United States Sharpshooters (Berdan's two regiments), 2,570; other organizations of white volunteers, about 8,500. All these (excepthe Veteran Reserve Corps, 60,508; Hancock's Veteran Corps, 10,833; United States Sharpshooters (Berdan's two regiments), 2,570; other organizations of white volunteers, about 8,500. All these (excepthe Veteran Reserve Corps, 60,508; Hancock's Veteran Corps, 10,833; United States Sharpshooters (Berdan's two regiments), 2,570; other organizations of white volunteers, about 8,500. All these (excepthe Veteran Reserve Corps, 60,508; Hancock's Veteran Corps, 10,833; United States Sharpshooters (Berdan's two regiments), 2,570; other organizations of white volunteers, about 8,500. All these (excep