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unded, and 74 missing. In 1864, the division was transferred to the Second Corps. In the battle of the Wilderness the regiment was badly cut up; 32 were killed, 136 wounded, and 3 missing. The Fourth Maine lost three Majors killed in action: Major Pitcher was killed at Fredericksburg; Major Whitcomb fell, mortally wounded, at Gettysburg, and Major Grey was killed at the Wilderness. The term of service of the regiment expired on the 15th of June, 1864, when it was ordered home for muster-out, ecome the grandest figure in the war. The recruits rendezvoused at Mattoon, where they were mustered into the State service, May 15, 1861, by Captain Grant, and on the 24th of June, the regiment was mustered into the United States service by Captain Pitcher, U. S. A., with U. S. Grant as colonel. Grant continued in command of his regiment until the 7th of August, when he was promoted, and entered on the career which was to culminate in grandeur at Appomattox. The regiment served in Missouri u