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ill Killed at Nashville. Brigadier-General Theodore Read Killed at High Bridge. There were also 23 Brevet Brigadier-Generals who were killed in action, but who were without brigade commands. They were regimental or staff officers whose brevets, in most instances, dated from the day they were killed. There were 35 general officers who died of disease during the war. Among them were several prominent and able officers--Generals Summer, C. F. Smith, Birney, Mitchel, Welsh, Buford, Corcoran, Ransom, Crocker, and other noted generals. A large number of brigades were commanded by Colonels, some of whom held a brigade command for a long time, during which they displayed marked ability, but without any recognition of their services on the part of the Government In the Confederate Army, each brigade commandant was commissioned as a Brigadier-General, except where the appointment was a temporary one. The list of Brigadiers killed in action would convey an erroneous impression
s returns showed a strength of 9,574, present for duty, equipped, with an aggregate of 11,738, present and absent. In April, 1863, it comprised the divisions of Corcoran, Getty, and Gurney, including, also, two brigades which were stationed at Yorktown, under General Keyes, and one brigade at Norfolk, under General Viele; in all,, and 5 battalions of cavalry. The corps return for March 31, 1863, showed an aggregate of 32,741 present and absent, with 24,127 present for duty, equipped. Corcoran's Division was in action, January 30, 1863, in an affair at Deserted House, Va., in which it lost 23 killed, 108 wounded, and 12 missing. Both Corcoran's and GetCorcoran's and Getty's Divisions were engaged in the defence of Suffolk, losing 41 killed, 223 wounded, and 2 missing, the principal loss falling on Getty's Division. In July, 1863, the brigade known as the Corcoran Legion was ordered on duty in the defences of Washington; a part of the troop which had been engaged on tlie Peninsular march of Ju
e 29th of January, 1863, the brigade started on the Blackwater Expedition (General Corcoran commanding the Division), during which it saw its first fighting, at the aommand. In April, 1863, it was actively engaged in the Siege of Suffolk. General Corcoran commanded the Legion up to the time of his death, which occurred at Fairfathe defence of Suffolk, Va., April, 1863, where it served in Foster's Brigade, Corcoran's Division. In the following summer it participated in the operations about Coy; Strawberry Plains; Vaughn Road; Farmville; Appomattox. notes.--When General Corcoran returned from his year of imprisonment in Richmond, he raised the brigade ded by Colonel Murphy, of the Sixty-ninth N. Y. S. M., and the division by General Corcoran--the First Division, Seventh Corps. It remained on duty in that vicinity until July, 1863, when the Legion (General Corcoran commanding) was ordered to Washington, where it performed garrison and outpost duty. In May, 1864, it was transfe
eele's Fifteenth 18 99 -- 117 3d Missouri Steele's Fifteenth 14 61 -- 75 76th Ohio Steele's Fifteenth 11 57 -- 68 25th Iowa Steele's Fifteenth 10 43 2 55 Deserted House, Va.             Jan. 30, 1863.             130th New York Corcoran's Seventh 7 20 2 29 Thompson's Station, Tenn.             March 4-5, 1863.             19th Michigan ------------ ---------- 20 92 345 457 33d Indiana ------------ ---------- 13 85 407 505 Fort Bisland, La.             April 12end, La.             April 14, 1863.             159th New York Grover's Nineteenth 19 78 20 117 25th Connecticut Grover's Nineteenth 9 77 10 96 Siege of Suffolk, Va.             April 12--May 4, 1863.             99th New York Corcoran's Seventh 13 58 -- 71 Fitz Hugh's Crossing, Va.             April 29-30, 1863.             24th Michigan Wadsworth's First 4 20 -- 24 Port Gibson, Miss.            
16 Palmer's Eighteenth. Sept., ‘62 6th Massachusetts Nine months men. 2 11 13   18 18 31 Corcoran's Seventh. June, ‘61 7th Massachusetts 4 76 80 2 72 74 154 Getty's Sixth. Oct., ‘62 8th Mervice.         3 3 3     Oct., ‘62 11th Rhode Island Nine-months' service.         8 8 8 Corcoran's Seventh. Oct., ‘62 12th Rhode Island Nine-months' service. 1 11 12 2 43 45 57 Sturgis'snce's Eighteenth. Nov., ‘62 165th Pennsylvania Enlisted for nine months.   1 1 1 14 15 16 Corcoran's Seventh. Nov., ‘62 166th Pennsylvania Enlisted for nine months.   6 6   11 11 17 CorcorCorcoran's Seventh. Nov., ‘62 167th Pennsylvania Enlisted for nine months. 1 1 2   22 22 24 Corcoran's Seventh. Nov., ‘62 168th Pennsylvania Enlisted for nine months.       1 24 25 25 Prince's ECorcoran's Seventh. Nov., ‘62 168th Pennsylvania Enlisted for nine months.       1 24 25 25 Prince's Eighteenth. Oct., ‘62 169th Pennsylvania Enlisted for nine months.         11 11 11 Keyes's Fourth. Oct., ‘62 171st Pennsylvania Enlisted for nine