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ork Hancock's Second 1513 259 17.1 11th Penn. Reserves Crawford's Fifth 1179 196 16.6 142d Pennsylvania Doubleday's FiOhio Ricketts's Sixth 1254 152 12.1 5th Penn. Reserves Crawford's Fifth 1046 141 13.5 6th Penn. Reserves Crawford's FiCrawford's Fifth 1059 110 10.3 8th Penn. Reserves Crawford's Fifth 1062 158 14.8 9th Penn. Reserves Crawford's Fifth 1088 137 12.5 Crawford's Fifth 1062 158 14.8 9th Penn. Reserves Crawford's Fifth 1088 137 12.5 10th Penn. Reserves Crawford's Fifth 1150 160 13.9 11th Penn. Reserves Crawford's Fifth 1179 196 16.6 13th Penn. ReCrawford's Fifth 1088 137 12.5 10th Penn. Reserves Crawford's Fifth 1150 160 13.9 11th Penn. Reserves Crawford's Fifth 1179 196 16.6 13th Penn. Reserves Crawford's Fifth 1165 162 13.9 11th Pennsylvania Robinson's First 2052 236 11.5 45th Pennsylvania Potter's NintCrawford's Fifth 1150 160 13.9 11th Penn. Reserves Crawford's Fifth 1179 196 16.6 13th Penn. Reserves Crawford's Fifth 1165 162 13.9 11th Pennsylvania Robinson's First 2052 236 11.5 45th Pennsylvania Potter's Ninth 1960 227 11.5 46th Pennsylvania Williams's Twelfth 1794 179 10.0 49th Pennsylvania Wright's Sixth 1313 193 14.6 5Crawford's Fifth 1179 196 16.6 13th Penn. Reserves Crawford's Fifth 1165 162 13.9 11th Pennsylvania Robinson's First 2052 236 11.5 45th Pennsylvania Potter's Ninth 1960 227 11.5 46th Pennsylvania Williams's Twelfth 1794 179 10.0 49th Pennsylvania Wright's Sixth 1313 193 14.6 55th Pennsylvania Ames's Tenth 1820 208 11.4 61st Pennsylvania Getty's Sixth 1987 237 11.9 62d Pennsylvania Griffin's FCrawford's Fifth 1165 162 13.9 11th Pennsylvania Robinson's First 2052 236 11.5 45th Pennsylvania Potter's Ninth 1960 227 11.5 46th Pennsylvania Williams's Twelfth 1794 179 10.0 49th Pennsylvania Wright's Sixth 1313 193 14.6 55th Pennsylvania Ames's Tenth 1820 208 11.4 61st Pennsylvania Getty's Sixth 1987 237 11.9 62d Pennsylvania Griffin's Fifth 1571 169 10.7 63d Pennsylvania Birney's Third 1341 186 13.8 69th Pennsylvania Gibbon's Second 1715 178 10.3 72
in served as the Third Division, this time under command of General S. W. Crawford. General Meade having been promoted to the command of thisions were commanded at Gettysburg by Generals Barnes, Ayres, and Crawford. The corps distinguished itself in that battle by its fighting inMine Run campaign; the division generals were Bartlett, Ayres, and Crawford. In March, 1864, the First Corps was transferred to the Fifth, e First Division, under General Griffin, while the Third Division--Crawford's Pennsylvania Reserves--remained unchanged; the First Corps had bIn this action the divisions were commanded by Griffin, Ayres, and Crawford, these officers remaining in command of their divisions until the out of less than 6,000 engaged. This loss fell oil four brigades, Crawford's Brigade losing 867 men out of 1679, reported by Crawford as presCrawford as present in engagement. At Manassas the corps was held in reserve. It participated in the Antietam campaign under its proper designation, as th
allant fight, the losses being unusually severe in proportion to the number engaged. The division was commanded in turn by Generals McCall, Reynolds, Meade, and Crawford. It was attached, originally, to the First (McDowell's) Corps, but while on the Peninsula it served in the Fifth Corps. At Manassas, Antietam, and Fredericksbu the early part of 1864, distinguishing themselves at the battle of Cloyd's Mountain. The eleven remaining regiments were formed into two brigades, constituting Crawford's (3d) Division, Fifth Corps. Sykes's Division. Another division remarkable for superiority in discipline and efficiency, was Sykes's Division of Regularigade was broken up, the Twenty-fourth Michigan having been ordered to Baltimore. The Sixth and Seventh Regiments remained in the First Brigade, Third Division (Crawford's), Fifth Corps, while the Sharpshooters' Battalion was assigned elsewhere. General John Gibbon commanded the Iron Brigade at Manassas, South Mountain, and Anti
orps; in June the regiment was transferred to Crawford's (3d) Division, and to Baxter's (2d) BrigadePennsylvania Infantry). Fisher's Brigade — Crawford's Division--Fifth Corps. (1) Col. SenecaPennsylvania Infantry). Fisher's Brigade — Crawford's Division--Fifth Corps. (1) Col. Georgepanies coming from Allegheny County, one from Crawford, and one from Beaver. The regiment arrived aes (39th Pa. Infantry). Fisher's Brigade — Crawford's Division--Fifth Corps. (1) Col. John S40th Pa. Infantry). McCandless's Brigade — Crawford's Division--Fifth Corps. (1) Col. Thomaseserves--Bucktails. McCandless's Brigade — Crawford's Division--Fifth Corps. (1) Col. Thomas, to Harper's Ferry, where it was assigned to Crawford's Brigade, Williams's Division, Banks's Corpsthe final campaign in Coulter's (3d) Brigade, Crawford's (3d) Division, Fifth Corps, in which commaned, also, in Griffin's (1st) Division, and in Crawford's (3d) Division, and the brigade was commande
t Maryland Ayres's Fifth 10 64 6 80 39th Massachusetts Crawford's Fifth 10 35 246 291 14th New York H. A. White's Nint          Feb. 5-7, 1865.             6th Wisconsin Crawford's Fifth 13 81 7 101 107th Pennsylvania Crawford's FiftCrawford's Fifth 6 54 21 81 8th New Jersey Mott's Second 11 37 -- 48 1st Maryland Ayres's Fifth 6 46 5 57 Natural Bridge, Fla.    nnsylvania Griffin's Fifth 37 178 22 237 91st New York Crawford's Fifth 33 176 21 230 185th New York Griffin's Fifth 3h Pennsylvania Ayres's Fifth 7 82 28 117 6th Wisconsin Crawford's Fifth 8 79 32 119 38th Wisconsin Willcox's Ninth 12 inois Foster's Twenty-fourth 20 52 -- 72 7th Wisconsin Crawford's Fifth 11 59 11 81 2d New York H. A. Miles's Second 6New York H. A. Seymour's Sixth 5 63 4 72 95th New York Crawford's Fifth 4 63 9 76 49th Pennsylvania Wheaton's Sixth 16rginia Turner's Twenty-fourth 5 61 -- 66 94th New York Crawford's Fifth 12 49 24 85 52d New York Miles's Second
‘61 1st Penn. Reserves 6 102 108 2 64 66 174 Crawford's Fifth. Oct., ‘61 2d Penn. Reserves 4 73 77 3 71 74 151 Crawford's Fifth. July, ‘61 3d Penn. Reserves 3 69 72 1 54 55 127 Meade's First. ‘61 5th Penn. Reserves 14 127 141   68 68 209 Crawford's Fifth. June, ‘61 6th Penn. Reserves 3 107 110   73 73 183 Crawford's Fifth. July, ‘61 7th Penn. Reserves 3 80 83   135 135 218 Crawford'sCrawford's Fifth. July, ‘61 8th Penn. Reserves 5 153 158   68 68 226 Crawford's Fifth. July, ‘61 9th PenCrawford's Fifth. July, ‘61 9th Penn. Reserves 6 131 137 1 49 50 187 Crawford's Fifth. Aug., ‘61 10th Penn. Reserves 7 153 160   47 Crawford's Fifth. Aug., ‘61 10th Penn. Reserves 7 153 160   47 47 207 Crawford's Fifth. June, ‘61 11th Penn. Reserves 11 185 196 1 112 113 309 Crawford's Fifth.Crawford's Fifth. June, ‘61 11th Penn. Reserves 11 185 196 1 112 113 309 Crawford's Fifth. Aug., ‘61 12th Penn. Reserves 1 110 111 1 69 70 181 Crawford's Fifth. June, ‘61 13th Penn. ReCrawford's Fifth. Aug., ‘61 12th Penn. Reserves 1 110 111 1 69 70 181 Crawford's Fifth. June, ‘61 13th Penn. Reserves 11 151 162 2 88 90 252 Crawford's Fifth. Dec., ‘61 11th Pennsylvania Served through theCrawford's Fifth. Dec., ‘61 11th Pennsylvania Served through the war. 12 224 236 4 177 181 417 Robinson's First. Aug., ‘61 23d Pennsylvania 5 110 115 Inscript
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 15: Confederate losses — strength of the Confederate Armies--casualties in Confederate regiments — list of Confederate Generals killed — losses in the Confederate Navy. (search)
Merritt's Cavalry A. P. 23 15 5 43 2d Massachusetts Cavalry Merritt's Cavalry A. P. 10 28 23 61 9th New York Cavalry Merritt's Cavalry A. P. 11 32 2 45 Dabney's Mills, Va.             Feb. 5-7, 1865.             11th Pennsylvania Crawford's Fifth 9 70 9 88 16th Maine Crawford's Fifth 3 59 11 73 Wise's Forks, N. C.             March 7-10, 1865.             120th Indiana Ruger's Twenty-third 7 30   37 25th Massachusetts Carter's Twenty-third 6 19 2 27 General Crawford's Fifth 3 59 11 73 Wise's Forks, N. C.             March 7-10, 1865.             120th Indiana Ruger's Twenty-third 7 30   37 25th Massachusetts Carter's Twenty-third 6 19 2 27 General Index.     Page. Absentees, large number of, in Union Army 532 Accidents, deaths from 50, 528, 529 Ages of soldiers, Union Army 62 Aggregate of deaths 525 Aggregate enrollment, Confederate 554 Aggregate enrollment, Union 526, 527, 532, 533 American soldiers, heights and ages of 505 Andersonville prison, number of deaths in 51 Antietam, the bloodiest battle of the war 540 Anthropological statistics 62 Army corps, histories of