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n. Total. 1st Maine Birney's Second 23 400 423 8th New York Gibbon's Second 19 342 361 7th New York Barlow's Second 14 277 291 2d Connecticut Wright's Sixth 12 242 254 1st Massachusetts Birney's Second 9 232 241 2d Pennsylvania Ferrero's Ninth 5 228 233 14th New York Ferrero's Ninth 6 220 226 2d New York Barlow's Second 10 204 214 9th New York Ricketts's Sixth 6 198 204 The Second Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery carried, from first to last, over 5000 names on its rFerrero's Ninth 6 220 226 2d New York Barlow's Second 10 204 214 9th New York Ricketts's Sixth 6 198 204 The Second Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery carried, from first to last, over 5000 names on its rolls. In fact, it comprised two regiments-one in the Ninth, and one in the Eighteenth Corps. In the spring of 1864, the regiment, 1800 strong, joined the Second Division of the Eighteenth Corps, at Cold Harbor. The surplus men had been previously formed into a provisional regiment with the same designation, and assigned to the Ninth Corps. The most of the losses occurred in this provisional command. A cavalry regiment numbered 1200 men, nominally, and was divided into twelve companies of
ickett's Mills T. J. Wood's Fourth 83 2d Wisconsin Manassas This loss occurred at Gainesville on the 29th. Hatch's First The First Corps was designated in that campaign the Third Corps, Army of Virginia. 83 48th New York Fort Wagner Seymour's Tenth 83 15th Kentucky Chaplin Hills Rousseau's ------ 82 36th Wisconsin Cold Harbor June 1st, 49 killed; June 3d, 32 killed. Gibbon's Second 81 24th New York Manassas Hatch's First 81 23d U. S. Colored Inf. Petersburg Mine Ferrero's Ninth 81 8th Illinois Fort Donelson McClernand's ------ 81 16th Wisconsin Shiloh Prentiss's ------ 79 43d Illinois Shiloh McClernand's ------ 78 16th Michigan Gaines' Mill Morell's Fifth 78 118th Pennsylvania Shepherdstown Morell's Fifth 78 7th New Hampshire This regiment appears again in this same list. Fort Wagner Seymour's Tenth 77 72d New York Williamsburg Hooker's Third 77 1st Wisconsin Chaplin Hills Rousseau's ------ 77 12th U. S. Infantry Gaines' Mill
4 12+ 19th Massachusetts Gettysburg Gibbon's 141 17 12+ 20th Massachusetts Fredericksburg Howard's 238 48 20+ 25th Massachusetts Cold Harbor Martindale's 310 74 23+ 57th Massachusetts Wilderness Stevenson's 545 94 17+ 9th Massachusetts Bat'y Gettysburg Reserve Artillery 104 11 10+ 5th Michigan (Cavalry) Hawes' Shop Torbert's 150 15 10+ 6th Michigan (Cavalry) Hawes' Shop Torbert's 140 17 12+ 1st Michigan (Infantry) Manassas Morell's 320 55 17+ 2d Michigan Knoxville Ferrero's 150 28 18+ 3d Michigan Manassas Kearny's 260 41 15+ 4th Michigan Gettysburg Barnes's 342 40 11+ 5th Michigan Fair Oaks Kearny's 330 43 13+ 7th Michigan Gettysburg Gibbon's 165 27 16+ 8th Michigan James' Island Stevens's 534 61 11+ 13th Michigan Stone's River T. J. Wood's 225 32 14+ 13th Michigan Chickamauga T. J. Wood's 217 26 11+ 16th Michigan Gettysburg Barnes's 218 29 13+ 17th Michigan Spotsylvania Willcox's 226 30 13+ 22d Michigan Chickamauga Steedman's 5
nguished itself, also, at Chaffin's Farm. Upon the opening of the spring campaign in 1864, colored troops were a common feature of the armies before Richmond. Ferrero's Division of the Ninth Corps, and Hinks' Division of the Eighteenth Corps, were composed entirely of black regiments. In the first attack on Petersburg, June 15unded. Missing Total. 4th U. S. Colored Infantry 15 110 10 135 22d U. S. Colored Infantry 14 116 8 138 The first opportunity to go into action granted Ferrero's Division, was at the Mine Explosion, or battle of The Crater, at Petersburg, July 30, 1864. This division was selected to lead the assault; but, at the last mothey fought bravely, and held their ground under the most discouraging circumstances. How well they stood is attested by their terrible losses. casualties in Ferrero's Division at the battle of the Mine, July 30, 1864. Regiment. Killed. Wounded. Includes the mortally wounded. Missing. A large proportion of the missin
and Ferrero in command of the two divisions. Ferrero's Division had a sharp little fight at Blue S divisions of Stevenson, Potter, Willcox, and Ferrero, the latter division being composed wholly off foot, and 14 batteries of light artillery. Ferrero's Colored Division had never been under fire,vious campaign, engaged on duty at the rear. Ferrero's men were now placed in the trenches with thcited to an undue activity by the presence of Ferrero's Colored Division. The Ninth Corps was p followed was a failure. During this assault Ferrero's colored regiments went into action and fougmbered as the First; Potter's, as the Second; Ferrero's colored troops were designated as the Third Division. But, in December, Ferrero's Division was permanently detached, and most of his regimentwas composed entirely of colored troops. General Ferrero, himself, was assigned to a provisional ca Hundred. The vacancy caused by detaching Ferrero's Division was filled by six new regiments of[2 more...]
war. Eleventh New Hampshire Infantry. Ferrero's Brigade — Sturgis's Division--Ninth Corps. at Harper's Ferry, and was brigaded with General Ferrero's command, Sturgis's (2d) Division, Ninthlled was Adjutant Stearns. At Chantilly — in Ferrero's Brigade, Reno's Division — the regiment enc0 men present in action. At Fredericksburg — Ferrero's (2d) Brigade, Sturgis's (2d) Division — the Thirty-Fifth Massachusetts Infantry. Ferrero's Brigade — Sturgis's Division--Ninth Corps. to meet Lee in Maryland. It was assigned to Ferrero's (2d) Brigade, Reno's (2d) Division, Ninth Cy-First New York Infantry--Shepard Rifles. Ferrero's Brigade — Sturgis's Division--Ninth Corps. (1) Col. Edward Ferrero; Bvt. Major-Gen. (3) Col. Charles W. Legendre; Bvt. Brig.-Gen. (2) e campaigns of 1862-63 the regiment served in Ferrero's Brigade; in the battles of 1864-65 it was ied at the battles of Manassas; it was then in Ferrero's Brigade of Reno's Division. T
t. 10, 1863.             45th Pennsylvania Ferrero's Ninth 4 17 -- 21 Including losses atite's Twenty-third 8 23 8 39 20th Michigan Ferrero's Ninth 3 30 4 37 2d Michigan Ferrero's Ni 17--Dec. 4, 1863.             2d Michigan Ferrero's Ninth 10 67 16 93 112th Illinois (Mt'd Ill's Twenty-third 4 55 -- 59 27th Michigan Ferrero's Ninth 6 12 20 38 Lookout Mountain, Tenn.ly 30, 1864.             23d U. S. Colored Ferrero's In comparing losses in this engagement, l. Ninth 74 115 121 310 30th U. S. Colored Ferrero's Ninth 18 104 78 200 19th U. S. Colored Fero's Ninth 22 87 6 115 39th U. S. Colored Ferrero's Ninth 13 97 47 157 43d U. S. Colored Ferro's Ninth 14 86 23 123 31st U. S. Colored Ferrero's Ninth 27 42 66 135 29th U. S. Colored Fero's Ninth 21 56 47 124 28th U. S. Colored Ferrero's Ninth 11 64 13 88 27th U. S. Colored FerFerrero's Ninth 9 46 20 75 37th Wisconsin Willcox's Ninth 34 59 52 145 13th Ohio Cav'y (dism'ted
ec., ‘63 3d Vermont Start's         21 21 21 Ferrero's Ninth.   Infantry.                   g., ‘63 14th New York 6 220 226 2 299 301 527 Ferrero's Ninth. Oct., ‘61 15th New York Reenli ‘63 19th U. S. Colored 3 47 50 1 242 243 293 Ferrero's Ninth. Dec., ‘63 22d U. S. Colored 2 70 , ‘63 23d U. S. Colored 4 82 86 1 165 166 252 Ferrero's Ninth. Dec., ‘63 28th U. S. Colored 2 45 47 1 164 165 212 Ferrero's Ninth. April, ‘64 29th U. S. Colored 3 43 46   188 188 234 Ferrero'sFerrero's Ninth. Mar., ‘64 30th U. S. Colored 3 43 46 2 177 179 225 Ferrero's Ninth. April, ‘64 31st UFerrero's Ninth. April, ‘64 31st U. S. Colored 3 48 51 1 123 124 175 Ferrero's Ninth. Mar., ‘64 32d U. S. Colored 2 35 37   113 11Ferrero's Ninth. Mar., ‘64 32d U. S. Colored 2 35 37   113 113 150 Edw. Hatch's   June, ‘63 35th U. S. Colored 4 49 53 1 151 152 205 Edw. Hatch's   Oct., , ‘64 43d U. S. Colored 3 48 51   188 188 239 Ferrero's Ninth. May, ‘63 47th U. S. Colored 1 30 of this class of troops. The regiments of Ferrero's Division sustained almost all their l
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)
nion Army, 526, 532, 533, 535, 536 Enlistments, number of, from each State 534 Enlistments reduced to a three years basis 525, 526, 534 Enlistments in U. S. Navy, number of 537 Enrollment, percentage of, killed 8 Enrollment of Confederate armies, aggregate of 552 Engel, Dr., quoted 24 European wars, as compared with American 46 Executions by courts-martial, number of 530 Excelsior Brigade 119 Exemptions for disability 552 Famous divisions and brigades 114 Ferrero's Division (colored) 55 First regiment organized under second call 480 Final battles of the war, date of 462 Formation and strength of a regiment 5 Fort Fisher, casualties in navy at 539 Franco-Prussian war, losses in German armies 24, 46, 47 Franco-Prussian war, heaviest loss in 37 Franco-Prussian war, percentage of officers killed 38 Formula for computing proportion of wounded, etc. 24 Foster, John Y., quoted 27 Fry, General James B., report of, quoted 554