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S. Colored Infantry 13 97 47 157 28th U. S. Colored Infantry 11 64 13 88 27th U. S. Colored Infantry 9 46 20 75 19th U. S. Colored Infantry 22 87 6 115   Total 209 697 421 1,327 To any one familiar with the extent of regimental losses in action, these figures tell a heroic story. Hard fighting was also done by colored troops at Chaffin's Farm, September 29, 1864, where Paine's Division (colored) of the Eighteenth Corps, and Birney's Gen. William Birney. Maj.-Gen. David Birney commanded the Tenth Corps in this battle. Colored Brigade of the Tenth Corps--in all, about 10,000 strong — were actively engaged. These troops participated in the assaults on Fort Gilmer and the intrenchments at New Market Heights. Among the regiments sustaining the heaviest losses were the following: Regiment. Killed. Wounded. Includes the mortally wounded. Missing. Total. 6th U. S. Colored Infantry 41 160 8 209 5th U. S. Colored Infantry 28 185 23 236 4th U. S. C