and Second was the last regiment that left, and I brought up the rear of it. I brought off fourteen of my thirty-two; four were killed, fifteen wounded, and two missing.
List of killed, wounded, and missing company B, one hundred and Second regiment, New-York volunteers.
killed — John Eighmy, Peter Rock, John Simon, and David Smith.
wounded--Sergeant Fred. Kent, severely; Corporal Brink, Corporal Nicholas Lenk, severe; John Arginsinger, dangerously; Thomas Gleason, Losee Litz, William Dickerson, dangerous; John Hanlon, severe; Patrick Hanlon, severe; Abram Lewis, Frank McKee, Amon Parker, severe; Thomas Riley, Adam Y. Stokes, slight; Jonathan Winner, severely.
Of the twenty-one officers in the regiment only one was killed and ten wounded.
Yours respectfully, D. M. Elmore, Capt. Company B, One Hundred and Second Regiment, N. Y. V. camp, General Banks's corps, Culpeper, Aug. 15, 1862. and in about the same proportion can an estimate be formed of the losses of the brigad
Privates—H. K. Anderson, died in Camp Douglas, March 24, 1864, of smallpox; John Azbill, died in Camp Douglas, November 25, 1864, of consumption; Samuel Berry, died in Camp Douglas, August 18, 1864, of dropsy; Wm. Biggerstaff, Wm. Berry, Charles Coley, James Cosby, John Cosby, killed at Green River Bridge, July 4. 1863; Oliver W. Cosby, killed at Green River Bridge, July 4, 1863; A. S. Cosby, killed at Green River Bridge, July 4, 1863; Weston Deboe, Nathan Deatherage, James Davis, Wm. Dickerson, Thompson Duerson, Peter Dozier, Thomas Fowler, Zack Ferrell, John Ferrell, captured at Springfield, Ky., December 30, 1862; Anderson Ferrell, Wm. Fox, John Fox, Wm. Farris, Chas. Garrett, Dan Griffith, Wishfred Goodman, Leroy G. Haden, James Hugeley, Squire Hugeley, David Hill (Old Pap), died at Camp Douglas, February 18, 1864, of smallpox; Anderson Jones, Andrew Jones, James Jones, Wm. Jones, G. R. Kester, Benj. Lear, Newton Later, G. E. Musselman, W. E. Mattinkly, John Newby, Cyrus Ne