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th New York Ames's Tenth 1196 135 11.2 121st New York Wright's Sixth 1426 226 15.8 124th New York Birney's Third 1320 148 11.2 126th New York Barlow's Second 1036 153 14.7 137th New York Geary's Twelfth 1111 127 11.4 148th New York Brooks's Eighteenth 1065 116 10.8 149th New York Geary's Twelfth 1286 133 10.3 155th New York Gibbon's Second 830 114 13.7 164th New York Gibbon's Second 928 116 11.4 170th New York Gibbon's Second 1002 129 12.8 1st Ohio T. J. Wood's Fourt 1491 151 10.1 145th Pennsylvania Barlow's Second 1456 205 14.1 148th Pennsylvania Barlow's Second 1339 210 15.6 149th Pennsylvania Doubleday's First 1454 169 11.6 184th Pennsylvania Gibbon's Second 959 113 11.7 188th Pennsylvania Brooks's Eighteenth 1201 124 10.3 2d Vermont Getty's Sixth 1811 224 12.3 3d Vermont Getty's Sixth 1748 206 11.7 5th Vermont Getty's Sixth 1533 213 13.8 6th Vermont Getty's Sixth 1568 203 12.9 10th Vermont Ricketts's Sixth 1304 149 11.3
nd's ------ 102 121st New York This regiment appears again in this same list. Salem Church Brooks's Sixth 97 70th New York Williamsburg Hooker's Third 97 24th Michigan Gettysburg Wadsworthrannan's Fourteenth 72 38th Ohio Jonesboro Baird's Fourteenth 72 81st New York Cold Harbor Brooks's Eighteenth 72 93d New York Wilderness Birney's Second 72 11th Pennsylvania Manassas IReserve 66 3d New Hampshire Drewry's Bluff Terry's Tenth 66 12th New Hampshire Cold Harbor Brooks' Eighteenth 66 30th New York Manassas Hatch's First 66 100th New York Fort Wagner Seymour'k's Second 58 157th New York Gettysburg Schurz's Eleventh 58 118th New York Drewry's Bluff Brooks's Eighteenth 57 124th New York Chancellorsville Whipple's Third 57 14th New Jersey Cold Har a short time only — the Second Corps, Army of Virginia. 55 188th Pennsylvania Cold Harbor Brooks's Eighteenth 55 9th Illinois Fort Donelson C. F. Smith's ------ 55 38th Illinois Stone's R
th New Hampshire Manassas Reno's 450 68 15+ 7th New Hampshire Fort Wagner Seymour's 480 77 16+ 9th New Hampshire Spotsylvannia Potter's 502 68 13+ 12th New Hampshire Chancellorsville Whipple's 558 72 12+ 12th New Hampshire Cold Harbor Brooks's 301 66 21+ 2d New Jersey (5 Cos.) Gaines' Mill Slocum's 261 34 13+ 8th New Jersey Chancellorsville Berry's 258 32 12+ 11th New Jersey Gettysburg Humphreys's 275 40 14+ 14th New Jersey Monocacy Ricketts's 350 40 11+ 15th New Jerse 47 13+ 111th New York (8 Cos.) Gettysburg Alex. Hays's 390 88 22+ 111th New York Wilderness Barlow's 386 59 15+ 114th New York Opequon Dwight's 315 44 13+ 114th New York Cedar Creek Dwight's 250 39 15+ 121st New York Salem Heights Brooks's 453 97 21+ 121st New York Spotsylvania Russell's 346 60 17+ 124th New York Chancellorsville Whipple's 550 57 10+ 124th New York Gettysburg Birney's 238 32 13+ 126th New York Gettysburg Alex. Hays's 402 64 15+ 134th New York Getty
e acknowledged by his promotion to the command of the Twelfth Corps, and General W. T. Brooks succeeded Slocum in command of the First Division, while General A. P. H point of the bayonet. The divisions of Newton and Howe were the ones engaged; Brooks' (1st) Division was engaged later in the day, at Salem Church. The corps lost h of May, General W. F. Smith, commanding the Eighteenth Corps, took the First (Brooks') and Second (Martindale's) Divisions of his own corps, and the Second (Devens'battles of Chattanooga. The corps contained three divisions, commanded by Generals Brooks, Weitzel and Hinks, the division of the latter being composed of colored tral Smith's command, the three divisions being commanded at Cold Harbor by Generals Brooks, Martindale and Devens. In that battle the Eighteenth Corps made a gallanaffin's Farm. At this time, General Stannard commanded the First Division, General Brooks having resigned in July; General Paine had succeeded Hinks in command of th
ing served previously in the forts about Washington. This feature of a continuous organization is an important one in view of the fact that it was the only one, out of two hundred or more brigades, which served through the war without being broken up, or reorganized. The same five regiments of the old Vermont Brigade which picketed the Potomac in 1861, marched together at the Grand Review in 1865. It was commanded successively by General Wm. F. Smith, formerly of the Third Vermont; General W. T. Brooks; Col. Henry Whiting, Second Vermont; and General Lewis A. Grant, formerly of the Fifth Vermont. At one time the Twenty-sixth New Jersey, a nine months regiment, was attached to the brigade for a few months, but it was a temporary arrangement only. The old Brigade should not be confounded with the Vermont Brigade (Stannard's) which was so prominently engaged at Gettysburg. This latter organization was in the First Corps, and was composed of nine months troops, Gettysburg being its o
orders to advance and push back the enemy, General Brooks, commanding the Vermont Brigade, moved forirst New York Infantry. Marston's Brigade — Brooks's Division--Eighteenth Corps. (1) Col. Edng, and was placed in Marston's (1st) Brigade, Brooks's (1st) Division. Under Lieutenant-Colonel Ragade lost 339 out of about 1,100 engaged. General Brooks commanded the division at Salem Church, a h was transferred to the Third Brigade, First (Brooks's) Division, Sixth Corps, in which command it ts the regiment fought in Russell's Brigade of Brooks's Division, its losses there amounting to 23 kPennsylvania Infantry. Bartlett's Brigade — Brooks's Division--Sixth Corps. (1) Col. Henry Lty. It was at that time in Russell's Brigade, Brooks's Division. In the affair at Rappahannock Sta division was commanded, successively, by Generals Brooks, Wright, Russell, and Wheaton; the brigad Pennsylvania Infantry. Burnham's Brigade — Brooks's Division--Eighteenth Corps. (1) Col. Ge[2 m
May 3, 1863.             121st New York Brooks's Sixth 48 173 55 276 15th New Jersey BrookBrooks's Sixth 24 126 4 154 95th Pennsylvania Brooks's Sixth 23 110 20 153 16th New York Brooks's SBrooks's Sixth 23 110 20 153 16th New York Brooks's Sixth 23 70 49 142 Raymond, Miss.             May 12, 1863.             23d Indiana Logan's Brooks's Sixth 23 70 49 142 Raymond, Miss.             May 12, 1863.             23d Indiana Logan's Seventeenth 16 76 23 115 20th Illinois Logan's Seventeenth 17 68 1 86 7th Missouri Logan's Sev May 7, 1864.             8th Connecticut Brooks's Eighteenth 3 63 8 74 9th New Jersey Weitz Ames's Tenth 20 138 163 321 118th New York Brooks's Eighteenth 42 111 46 199 9th New Jersey W's Eighteenth 14 73 66 153 21st Connecticut Brooks's Eighteenth 14 71 24 109 39th Illinois Terk Turner's Tenth 9 39 20 68 8th Connecticut Brooks's Eighteenth 7 31 26 64 New Market, Va.    orps on June 1st.             81st New York Brooks's Eighteenth 46 159 10 215 5th New HampshirRicketts's Sixth 23 88 23 134 98th New York Brooks's Eighteenth 20 91 3 114 184th Pennsylvania
, ‘62 10th New Hampshire 8 58 66 1 131 132 198 Brooks's Eighteenth. Sept., ‘62 11th New Hampshiret., ‘62 13th New Hampshire 5 84 89   92 92 181 Brooks's Eighteenth. Sept., ‘62 14th New Hampshire, ‘62 40th Massachusetts 5 67 72   125 125 197 Brooks's Eighteenth. Oct., ‘62 42d Massachusetts pt, ‘62 21st Connecticut 5 55 60 1 114 115 175 Brooks's Eighteenth. Sept., ‘62 22d Connecticut served through the war. 13 129 142 1 96 97 239 Brooks's Eighteenth. May, ‘61 82d New York 10 171 served through the war. 9 59 68 2 158 160 228 Brooks's Eighteenth. Jan., ‘62 97th New York Ret., ‘62 148th New York 4 112 116 2 149 151 267 Brooks's Eighteenth. Sept., ‘62 149th New York 4 1 Enlisted for nine months. 4 31 35 1 54 55 90 Brooks's Sixth. Sept., ‘62 24th New Jersey Enli Served through the war. 6 68 74 4 139 143 217 Brooks's Eighteenth. Sept., ‘61 61st Pennsylvania tzel, Kautz, William S. Smith, Crook, Stanley, Brooks, Leggett, the McCooks, Fuller, Steedman, Force