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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 7 1 Browse Search
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the Nineteenth Michigan detached and on duty in the city of Atlanta, reporting to Colonel Crane, One Hundred and Seventh New-York volunteers, commanding a provisional brigade. On the fourteenth, I announced the brigade staff as follows: Major Wilson Hobbs, Eighty-fifth Indiana, Surgeon in Chief; Captain A. G. Kellam, Twenty-second Wisconsin, Acting Assistant Adjutant-General; Captain Wm. Bones, Twenty-second Wisconsin, Acting Assistant Inspector-General; Captain D. J. Easton, Nineteenth Michit was done under considerable disadvantage and much hard labor; it, however, was accomplished most effectually, and reflected great credit upon officers and men for their energy and zeal. I have the honor herewith to forward the reports of Major Hobbs, Surgeon-in-Chief of the brigade, Lieutenant Wing, Acting Assistant-Quartermaster, and Lieutenant Harbort, Acting Commissary of Subsistence. From Lieutenant Wing's report, it will be seen that the whole number of horses and mules, and the amo
Lieutenant Augustus Jansen, of Eighth Alabama, killed; Captain E. Y. Hill, Ninth Alabama, was killed far in advance on the field. Of the dangerously wounded are Captain Hamilton, Lieutenant McHugh, and Lieutenant McGrath, of Eighth Alabama; Captain Hobbs, Ninth Alabama; Lieutenant Shelly, Adjutant Tenth Alabama, and Lieutenant Wayland, Quartermaster of Ninth Alabama, severely wounded. The latter officer's duties did not require his presence with his regiment in battle, but he volunteered for it, and served with his company (Captain Hobbs's) with great coolness and courage. This officer served in like manner at the battle of the Seven Pines. The casualties among the officers of the brigade number, in killed, eight; wounded, thirty-five. Officers and men killed, one hundred and. seventeen; wounded, four hundred and sixty-three, and four missing; making an aggregate of five hundred and eighty-four killed, wounded, and missing; this loss occurring in a force of about one thousand