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8th New York Terry's Tenth 18 218 236 45th Pennsylvania Potter's Ninth 13 214 227 121st New York Wright's Sixth 13 213Ohio Wood's (Thos. J.) Fourth 14 188 202 51st New York Potter's Ninth 9 193 202 20th Indiana Birney's Third 14 187 20 19th Maine Gibbon's Second 1441 192 13.3 31st Maine Potter's Ninth 1395 183 13.1 2d Massachusetts Williams's Twelfsetts Thoburn's Eighth 1309 135 10.3 36th Massachusetts Potter's Ninth 1073 111 10.3 37th Massachusetts Getty's Sixth etts Stevenson's Ninth 1052 201 19.1 58th Massachusetts Potter's Ninth 1032 139 13.4 1st Michigan (S. S.) Willcox's Ni49th New York Getty's Sixth 1312 141 10.7 51st New York Potter's Ninth 2020 202 10.0 61st New York Barlow's Second 152lvania Robinson's First 2052 236 11.5 45th Pennsylvania Potter's Ninth 1960 227 11.5 46th Pennsylvania Williams's Twel0th Vermont Ricketts's Sixth 1304 149 11.3 17th Vermont Potter's Ninth 1137 147 12.9 7th West Virginia Gibbon's Second
70 147th New York Gettysburg Wadsworth's First 76 16th Connecticut Antietam Sturgis's Ninth 70 93d Illinois Champion's Hill Crocker's Seventeenth 70 22d Iowa Vicksburg (May 22) E. A. Carr's Thirteenth 70 97th Pennsylvania Bermuda Hundred Ames's Tenth 70 203d Pennsylvania Fort Fisher Ames's Tenth 69 6th Vermont Wilderness Getty's Sixth 69 5th New Hampshire This regiment appears again in this same list. Cold Harbor Barlow's Second 69 9th New Hampshire Spotsylvania Potter's Ninth 68 19th Maine Gettysburg Gibbon's Second 68 3d Vermont Wilderness Getty's Sixth 68 7th U. S. Colored Fort Gilmer Paine's Eighteenth 68 14th Ohio Chickamauga Brannan's Fourteenth 68 8th Iowa Shiloh W. H. Wallace's ------ 68 32d Illinois Shiloh Hurlbut's ------ 68 84th Illinois Stone's River Palmer's Fourteenth 67 6th New Hampshire Manassas Reno's Ninth 67 67th New York Fair Oaks Couch's Fourth 67 148th Pennsylvania Spotsylvania Barlow's Second 67 149th
6+ 5th New Hampshire Gettysburg Caldwell's 177 34 19+ 5th New Hampshire Cold Harbor Barlow's 577 69 11+ 6th New Hampshire Manassas Reno's 450 68 15+ 7th New Hampshire Fort Wagner Seymour's 480 77 16+ 9th New Hampshire Spotsylvannia Potter's 502 68 13+ 12th New Hampshire Chancellorsville Whipple's 558 72 12+ 12th New Hampshire Cold Harbor Brooks's 301 66 21+ 2d New Jersey (5 Cos.) Gaines' Mill Slocum's 261 34 13+ 8th New Jersey Chancellorsville Berry's 258 32 12+ 11t 11th Ohio Battery Iuka Hamilton's 105 19 18+ 8th Penn. Reserves Fredericksburg Meade's 264 44 16+ 11th Penn. Reserves Fredericksburg Meade's 394 49 12+ 26th Pennsylvania Gettysburg Humphreys's 382 65 17+ 45th Pennsylvania Cold Harbor Potter's 315 41 13+ 46th Pennsylvania Cedar Mountain Williams's 504 55 10+ 49th Pennsylvania Spotsylvania Russell's 478 109 22+ 52d Pennsylvania Fair Oaks Casey's 249 29 11+ 53d Pennsylvania Fredericksburg Hancock's 283 39 14+ 56th Pennsy
bravely led, as its loss in officers clearly shows. The following list embraces every regiment which lost 16 or more officers killed during the war: Infantry. Regiment. Division. Corps. Officers Killed. 61st Pennsylvania Getty's Sixth 19 5th New Hampshire Barlow's Second 18 12th Massachusetts Robinson's First 18 48th New York Terry's Tenth 18 73d New York Hooker's Third 18 81st Pennsylvania Barlow's Second 18 145th Pennsylvania Barlow's Second 18 31st Maine Potter's Ninth 18 20th Massachusetts Gibbon's Second 17 14th Connecticut Gibbon's Second 17 62d Pennsylvania Griffin's Fifth 17 63d Pennsylvania Birney's Third 17 5th Michigan Birney's Third 16 16th Massachusetts Humphreys's Third 16 61st New York Barlow's Second 16 126th New York Barlow's Second 16 82d Ohio Schurz's Eleventh 16 100th Pennsylvania Stevenson's Ninth 16 6th Wisconsin Wadsworth's First 16 Heavy Artillery. 1st Maine Birney's Second 23 8th New Y
ia, General Sturgis was relieved, and General Robert B. Potter was assigned to the command of the Seief of staff of the Army of the Ohio, General Robert B. Potter succeeded to the command of the corpsf the corps on January 17, 1864, relieving General Potter; on the 26th, Parke relieved Willcox, who s composed of the four divisions of Stevenson, Potter, Willcox, and Ferrero, the latter division bei June 17th, the corps made a brilliant attack, Potter's Division gaining possession of the works; unar attempt on the following day, the losses in Potter's and Willcox's Divisions being unusually seveich was excavated by the 48th Pennsylvania, of Potter's Division, was successfully exploded, but theust 19-21, 1864, the three divisions of White, Potter, and Willcox were engaged with considerable lo Division were transferred to the divisions of Potter and Willcox. Under this arrangement Willcox's Division was numbered as the First; Potter's, as the Second; Ferrero's colored troops were designat
August, 1864, and the regiment transferred to Potter's (2d) Division. Fifty-Seventh Massachuse Infantry--Third Veteran. Bliss's Brigade — Potter's Division--Ninth Corps. Col. John C. Whitnia it was assigned to Curtin's (1st) Brigade, Potter's (2d) Division, Ninth Corps. Within one weekes W. Legendre; Bvt. Brig.-Gen. (2) Col. Robert B. Potter; Major-Gen. (4) Col. John G. Wright; Bcommanded, successively, by Reno, Sturgis, and Potter. The Fifty-first distinguished itself particularly at Antietam, where, under Colonel Potter, it supported the Fifty-first Pennsylvania, of the sas of 1864-65 it was in Curtin's (1st) Brigade, Potter's (2d) Division. The graves of the Fifty-firsth Pennsylvania Infantry. Bliss's Brigade — Potter's Division--Ninth Corps. (1) Col. James Ned in the Siege of Vicksburg, it being then in Potter's (2d) Division. In the fighting before Jacksted by the Fifty-first New York under Colonel Robert B. Potter. The casualties of the Fifty-first P[3 mor
ow's Second 26 123 28 177 9th New Hampshire Potter's Ninth 41 101 42 184 83d Pennsylvania GrifJune 1, 1864.             45th Pennsylvania Potter's Ninth 18 141 22 181 58th Massachusetts Potter's Ninth 24 83 18 125 31st Maine Potter's Ninth 18 52 6 76 27th Michigan Willcox's Ninth 1edlie's Ninth 11 70 10 91 48th Pennsylvania Potter's Ninth 15 57 3 75 20th Michigan Willcox's Ledlie's Ninth 9 35 72 116 4th Rhode Island Potter's Ninth 7 51 25 83 9th New Hampshire PotterPotter's Ninth 9 35 30 74 4th New Hampshire Turner's Tenth 6 35 5 46 76th Pennsylvania Turner's Tent3 40 9 52 2d N. Y. M. Rifles Dismounted. Potter's Ninth 10 31 7 48 100th Pennsylvania Ledlie's Ninth 10 28 30 68 11th New Hampshire Potter's Ninth 9 32 22 63 Utoy Creek, Ga.            pt. 30, 1864.             6th New Hampshire Potter's Ninth 5 30 77 112 9th New Hampshire PottePotter's Ninth 3 22 95 120 45th Pennsylvania Potter's Ninth 4 15 185 204 35th Massachusetts Potter' var gaJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://ssl." : "http://www."); document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src='" + gaJsHost + "google-analytics.com/ga.js' type='text/javascript'%3E%3C/script%3E"));