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rom Pennsylvania and were mostly nine-months men, newly recruited. General Daniel Butterfield commanded the corps at Fredericksburg, and Generals Griffin, Sykes, arye's Heights after all other efforts had failed. General Meade succeeded Butterfield, and led the corps to Chancellorsville, where it was but partially engaged; as composed of the veteran divisions of Williams and Geary, and adding to it Butterfield's newly organized division. At the same time, two divisions of the Eleventhlina. were broken up and distributed to the divisions of Williams, Geary and Butterfield. The badge of the Twelfth Corps was retained, and there was no good reason was to lead it. In addition to the three divisions of Williams, Geary and Butterfield, there was a Fourth Division, under command of Major-General Lovell H. Rouss the Twelfth Corps, and one of the ablest generals in the Union armies. General Butterfield, commanding the Third Division, was succeeded during the campaign by Gen
ing; and at Malvern Hill, 11 killed, 84 wounded, and 4 missing, out of 225 who were engaged. The regiment was then in Butterfield's Brigade of Morell's (1st) Division. Two new companies (C and E) joined in October, 1862 (one of them composed of st dead always lay with their faces to the enemy. With its twin regiment, the Forty-fourth New York, it was assigned to Butterfield's Brigade, Morell's Division, Fifth Corps. Colonel McLane was killed at Gaines's Mill, and Vincent fell at Gettysburg h Corps, a corps which won honorable distinction in the Atlanta campaign. During that campaign the regiment — then in Butterfield's (3d) Division — participated in some hard fighting at Resaca, where it lost 18 killed--including Colonel Gambee and e, First Division, Fifth Corps, in which it remained throughout the war; at that time the brigade was commanded by General Butterfield, and the division by General Morell. The regiment suffered a severe loss at Gaines's Mill, its casualties amounti
        May 14-15, 1864.             70th Indiana Butterfield's Twentieth 26 130 -- 156 80th Indiana Judah's Twenty-third 15 108 22 145 102d Illinois Butterfield's Twentieth 21 95 -- 116 63d Indiana Cox's Twenty-third 19 95 -- 114 t New York Williams's Twentieth 15 77 -- 92 55th Ohio Butterfield's Twentieth 18 72 1 91 5th Tennessee Cox's Twenty-thiOhio Cox's Twenty third 12 75 -- 87 33d Massachusetts Butterfield's Twentieth 16 67 -- 83 136th New York Butterfield's Butterfield's Twentieth 12 70 -- 82 19th Michigan Butterfield's Twentieth 14 66 -- 80 33d Ohio Johnson's Fourteenth 17 53 -- 70 22Butterfield's Twentieth 14 66 -- 80 33d Ohio Johnson's Fourteenth 17 53 -- 70 22d Wisconsin Butterfield's Twentieth 11 56 1 68 21st Wisconsin Johnson's Fourteenth 10 43 -- 53 Ware Bottom Church, Va. Butterfield's Twentieth 11 56 1 68 21st Wisconsin Johnson's Fourteenth 10 43 -- 53 Ware Bottom Church, Va. Bermuda Hundred.             May 18-20, 1864.             97th Pennsylvania Ames's Tenth 29 186 22 237 8th Maine       June 15-16, 1864.             33d New Jersey Butterfield's Twentieth 14 44 1 59 Peters
achusetts Reenlisted. 5 139 144 2 143 145 289 Griffin's Fifth. Aug., ‘62 33d Massachusetts 7 104 111   77 77 188 Butterfield's Twentieth. Aug., ‘62 34th Massachusetts 7 128 135 2 132 134 269 Thoburn's Eighth. Aug., ‘62 35th Massachusettst., ‘61  B--Standart's   11 11 1 28 29 40 Palmer's Twenty-first. Sept., ‘61  C--Gary's 1 13 14   29 29 43 Butterfield's Twentieth. Sept., ‘61  D--Cockerill's   8 8   28 28 36 Cox's Twenty-third. Aug., ‘61  E--Ransom's   80 3 248 251 331 Osterhaus's Thirteenth. Aug., ‘62 70th Indiana Colonel Benjamin Harrison. 2 96 98 2 103 105 203 Butterfield's Twentieth. Aug., ‘62 72d Indiana 2 26 28 2 130 132 160 Garrard's Cavalry, A. C. Aug., ‘62 73d Indiana 3 47 50 h. Sept., ‘62 84th Indiana 5 82 87 2 145 147 234 Stanley's Fourth. Sept., ‘62 85th Indiana 2 40 42 3 190 193 235 Butterfield's Twentieth. Sept., ‘62 86th Indiana 2 70 72 1 176 177 249 T. J. Wood's Fourth. Sep