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rst Ohio volunteer infantry, commanding, was composed of the following regiments, namely, Forty-first Ohio, Lieutenant-Colonel R. L. Kimberly, and Ninety-third Ohio, Major Wm. Birch. Second Battalion: Colonel W. W. Berry, Fifth Kentucky volunteerd forty-eight wounded. The Forty-first Ohio lost eleven men killed and fifty-two wounded. Colonel Wiley and Lieutenant-Colonel Kimberly, of the same regiment, each had horses killed under them, and Colonel Berry, commanding the skirmishers, was smotion, in his case, would be not only fitting but beneficial to the service. On the fall of Colonel Wiley, Lieutenant-Colonel Kimberly, Forty-first Ohio, assumed command of the First battalion, and, through the remainder of the engagement, foughissioned, 4; enlisted, 37. Total killed, 33; total wounded, 136. I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, R. L. Kimberly, Lieutenant-Colonel Forty-first Ohio Volunteer Infantry. To Captain John Crowell, Assistant Adjutant-General Second