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12 223 2d Vermont Getty's Sixth 6 215 221 111th New York Hays's(Alex.) Second 8 212 220 18th U. S. Infantry Johnson's Fourteenth 9 209 218 9th Illinois Dodge's Sixteenth 5 211 216 22d Massachusetts Griffin's Fifth 9 207 216 5th Vermont Getty's Sixth 11 202 213 148th Pennsylvania Barlow's Second 12 198 210 9td Connecticut (H. A.) Wright's Sixth 2506 254 10.1 7th Connecticut Terry's Tenth 1657 169 10.1 14th Connecticut Gibbon's Second 1724 205 11.8 9th Illinois Dodge's Sixteenth 1493 216 14.4 12th Illinois Dodge's Sixteenth 1207 148 12.2 20th Illinois Logan's Seventeenth 1092 139 12.7 22d Illinois Sheridan's Fourth 112Dodge's Sixteenth 1207 148 12.2 20th Illinois Logan's Seventeenth 1092 139 12.7 22d Illinois Sheridan's Fourth 1123 147 13.0 27th Illinois Sheridan's Fourth 1078 115 10.6 35th Illinois T. J. Wood's Fourth 987 109 11.0 36th Illinois Sheridan's Fourth 1376 204 14.8 40th Illinois C. R. Woods' Fifteenth 1017 125 12.2 41st Illinois Lauman's Sixteenth 1029 115 11.1 42d Illinois Sheridan's Fourth 1622 181 11.1 44th Illinois Sheri
eneral S. A. Hurlbut in command, and was composed of the four divisions of Generals W. S. Smith, Dodge, Kimball, and Lauman. It numbered 50,659, present for duty in April, 1863, with 72,569 present teenth Corps. This latter division was commanded, subsequently. by General Joseph A. Mower. Dodge's Division did not take part in the Vicksburg campaign, but remained at Corinth until November, o divisions, or the Sixteenth Corps as it was designated, were under the command of Major-General Grenville M. Dodge, and formed one of the three corps constituting the Army of the Tennessee. During gn General Veatch was succeeded in the command of his division by General John W. Fuller. General Dodge's command was prominently engaged at Lay's Ferry, and in the bloody battle of Atlanta, July eneral A. J. Smith, fighting along the Mississippi, while the Second and Fourth Divisions, under Dodge, fought from Chattanooga to Atlanta. On November 7, 1864, orders were issued for the disconti
. This regiment was organized April 29, 1861, and was the first in the Union Army to be mustered in for three years. It fought at First Bull Run--then in Franklin's Brigade, Heintzelman's Division. Its casualties on that field were 42 killed, 108 wounded, and 30 missing, the largest loss sustained by any regiment there. It was assigned, soon after, to the First Brigade, Second Division, Second Corps, in which it remained during its service. Second Iowa Infantry. Sweeny's Brigade — Dodge's Division--Sixteenth Corps. (1) Col. Samuel R. Curtis, W. P.; Major-Gen. (3) Col. James Baker (Killed). (2) Col. James M. Tuttle; Brig.-Gen. (4) Col. James B. Weaver; Bvt. Brig.-Gen. (5) Col. Noel B. Howard. companies. killed and died of wounds. died of disease, accidents, in Prison, &c. Total Enrollment. Officers. Men. Total. Officers. Men. Total. Field and Staff 2   2       17 Company A   12 12   11 11 117   B 1 9 10   14 14 160   C 3 12 15 1
an's Cavalry, A. O. May, ‘63 15th Illinois 2 12 14 1 122 123 137 Dodge's Sixteenth. June, ‘63 16th Illinois 3 30 33 1 228 229 262 Stoneois Reenlisted and served through the war. 8 81 89 3 174 177 266 Dodge's Sixteenth. July, ‘61 8th Illinois Reenlisted and served thrs Reenlisted and served through the war. 5 211 216 1 200 201 417 Dodge's Sixteenth. Aug., ‘61 10th Illinois Reenlisted and served ths Reenlisted and served through the war. 5 143 148 3 109 112 260 Dodge's Sixteenth. May, ‘61 13th Illinois 6 61 67 2 123 125 192 Steeleois Reenlisted and served through the war. 6 73 79 2 146 148 227 Dodge's Sixteenth. June, ‘62 67th Illinois Enlisted for three monthmith's Fifteenth. Sept., ‘62 122d Illinois 2 38 40   121 121 161 Dodge's Sixteenth. Sept., ‘62 123d Illinois Mounted Infantry, Wilde's. Jan., ‘62 9th Wis. Reenlisted and served through the war. Dodge's         6 6 6 Blunt's   Feb., ‘62 10th Wis