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ykes sustained a loss there of 331 killed, 1,362 wounded, and 456 missing; a total of 2,151, out of about 6,500 engaged; Griffin's Brigade not being in action. At Antietam, Porter's Corps was held in reserve; still, it was drawn on freely during re mostly nine-months men, newly recruited. General Daniel Butterfield commanded the corps at Fredericksburg, and Generals Griffin, Sykes, and Humphreys the divisions; loss, 206 killed, 1,669 wounded, and 300 missing; total, 2,175. Over half of tthe command. The First and Second Divisions of the Fifth Corps were consolidated, forming the First Division, under General Griffin, while the Third Division--Crawford's Pennsylvania Reserves--remained unchanged; the First Corps had been consolidatt the Weldon Railroad, in which a large number of the men were captured. In this action the divisions were commanded by Griffin, Ayres, and Crawford, these officers remaining in command of their divisions until the close of the war. On October 27th
hin its ranks were the Irish Brigade, and crack regiments like the Fifth New Hampshire, the One Hundred and Fortieth Pennsylvania, and the Sixty-fourth New York. Over 14,000 men were killed or wounded in this division during the war; yet it never numbered 8,000 muskets, and often could muster only half of that. After the charge on Marye's Heights it numbered only 2,800. Close to it, however, in point of loss stands Gibbon's (2d) Division Formerly Sedgwick's. of the Second Corps, and Griffin's (1st) Division Formerly Morell's. of the Fifth Corps. The heaviest loss sustained by any division in any one battle, occurred in Getty's (2d) Division, Sixth Corps, at the Wilderness, where that divison lost 480 killed, 2,318 wounded, and 196 missing; total, 2,994. Gibbon's Division, at Gettysburg, lost 344 killed, 1,197 wounded, and 101 missing; total, 1,642, out of 3,773 engaged — a loss of 43.5 per cent. Vermont Brigade. The greatest loss of life in any one brigade dur
ps. (1) Col. Nelson Converse. (2) Col. Simon G. Griffin; Bvt. Maj. Gen. (3) Col. Phineas BixbyEllsworth's Avengers. Bartlett's Brigade — Griffin's Division--Fifth Corps. (1) Col. Stepheennsylvania Infantry. Sweitzer's Brigade — Griffin's Division--Fifth Corps. (1) Col. SamuelMay, 1862--it moved up the Peninsula, then in Griffin's Brigade, Morell's Division, Fifth Corps, inrn Exchange regiment. Bartlett's Brigade — Griffin's Division--Fifth Corps. (1) Col. Charleof 1864-65 it was in Bartlett's (3d) Brigade, Griffin's (1st) Division, and during that time was enthe Fifth Corps the regiment served, also, in Griffin's (1st) Division, and in Crawford's (3d) Divi4th) Division. In June it was transferred to Griffin's (1st) Division. Col. Stone was disabled ingade (General Joseph J. Bartlett's), with General Griffin still in command of the division. The lonth Michigan Infantry. Vincent's Brigade — Griffin's Division--Fifth Corps. (1) Col. T. B.
ts's Sixth 24 112 34 170 9th Massachusetts Griffin's Fifth 26 108 3 137 43d New York Getty's ter's Ninth 41 101 42 184 83d Pennsylvania Griffin's Fifth 21 119 24 164 39th Massachusetts Row's Second 23 103 46 172 62d Pennsylvania Griffin's Fifth 14 112 18 144 32d Massachusetts GrGriffin's Fifth 23 101 5 129 3d New Jersey Wright's Sixth 20 103 25 148 83d New York Robinson's's Ninth 17 108 19 144 11th U. S. Infantry Griffin's Fifth 17 101 10 128 84th New York Cutlerkwood's Fifth 8 50 29 87 32d Massachusetts Griffin's Fifth 10 44 -- 54 21st Pa. Cav'y (dismouk Griffin's Fifth 8 43 8 59 188th New York Griffin's Fifth 6 46 2 54 91st Pennsylvania Griffiil 9, 1865.             198th Pennsylvania Griffin's Fifth 37 178 22 237 91st New York Crawford's Fifth 33 176 21 230 185th New York Griffin's Fifth 32 171 6 209 207th Pennsylvania Hartrrt's B, 1st Ohio Stone's River 5 12 3 20 Griffin's D, 5th United States First Bull Run 4 13 1[10 more...
uly, ‘61 3d Mass. Martin's 1 9 10   10 10 20 Griffin's Fifth. Nov., ‘61 4th Mass. Trull's R61 18th Massachusetts 9 114 123 2 127 129 252 Griffin's Fifth. Aug., ‘61 19th Massachusetts Rusetts Reenlisted. 5 139 144 2 143 145 289 Griffin's Fifth. Aug., ‘62 33d Massachusetts 7 104 Enlisted for two years. 4 67 71   29 29 100 Griffin's Fifth. May, ‘61 14th New York Enliste Enlisted for two years. 5 32 37 3 37 40 77 Griffin's Fifth. July, ‘63 17th New York 2 51 53  , ‘61 62d Pennsylvania 17 152 169   89 89 258 Griffin's Fifth. Aug., ‘61 63d Pennsylvania 17 169ved through the war. 11 271 282 2 151 153 435 Griffin's Fifth. Nov., ‘61 84th Pennsylvania 6 119y, ‘64 187th Pennsylvania   66 66 1 69 70 136 Griffin's Fifth. April, ‘64 188th Pennsylvania 10 Enlisted for one year. 6 67 73   44 44 117 Griffin's Fifth. Nov., ‘64 199th Pennsylvania Ene, ‘61 4th Michigan 12 177 189 1 107 108 297 Griffin's Fifth. Oct., ‘64 4th Michigan   7 7   14
me at Chickamauga. It also distinguished itself at Missionary Ridge. It was prominent in the Atlanta campaign, and was one of the two corps of the Army of Georgia in the march to the sea and the campaign through the Carolinas. It was discontinued August 1, 1865. Besides Thomas, it was commanded by Major-Generals John M. Palmer, Jeff. C. Davis, and Brigadier-General R. W. Johnson. Federal generals—No. 13 New Hampshire Gilman Marston, Colonel of the 10th regiment. Simon G. Griffin, leader at the Crater battle. Joab N. Patterson, Colonel of the 2d regiment. Joseph H. Potter, promoted for gallantry. John L. Thompson, Colonel of the 1st Cavalry. New Jersey Joseph W. Revere, originally Colonel of the 7th regiment. Promoted in 1862. Gershom Mott, active as a division commander in the Wilderness campaign. Ranald S. MacKENZIEenzie, dashing Cavalry leader in the Army of the Potomac. Horatio P. Van Cleve, division leader at Stone's River and C
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Comte de Paris, History of the Civil War in America. Vol. 3. (ed. Henry Coppee , LL.D.), Addenda by the editor (search)
e West. Ninth army corps. Major-General John G. Parke. First division. Brigadier-general Thomas Welsh. First brigade. Colonel Henry Bowman. 36th Massachusetts. 17th Michigan. 27th Michigan. 45th Pennsylvania. Third brigade. Colonel Daniel Leasure. 2d Michigan. 8th Michigan. 20th Michigan. 79th New York. 100th Pennsylvania. Artillery. Pennsylvania Light Artillery, Battery D. Second division. Brigadier-general Robert B. Potter. First brigade. Colonel Simon G. Griffin. 6th New Hampshire. 9th New Hampshire. 7th Rhode Island. Second brigade. Brig.-gen. Edward Ferrero. 35th Massachusetts. 11th New Hampshire. 51st New York. 51st Pennsylvania. Third brigade. Colonel Benjamin C. Christ. 29th Massachusetts. 46th New York. 50th Pennsylvania. Artillery. 2d New York Light Artillery, Battery L. Artillery reserve. 2d United States Artillery, Battery E. Thirteenth army corps. Major-General Edward O. C. Ord. Escort. 3d Ill
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