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10 228 238 40th New York Birney's Third 9 229 238 61st Pennsylvania Getty's Sixth 19 218 237 11th Pennsylvania Robinson's First 12 224 236 48th New York Terry's Tenth 18 218 236 45th Pennsylvania Potter's Ninth 13 214 227 121st New 9th Massachusetts Griffin's Fifth 1654 209 12.6 10th Massachusetts Getty's Sixth 1218 134 11.0 12th Massachusetts Robinson's First 1522 193 12.6 15th Massachusetts Gibbon's Second 1701 241 14.1 16th Massachusetts Humphreys's Third 1335 1 156 11.7 76th New York Wadsworth's First 1491 173 11.6 82d New York Gibbon's Second 1452 181 12.4 83d New York Robinson's First 1413 156 11.0 84th New York Wadsworth's First 1365 162 11.8 86th New York Birney's Third 1524 172 11.2 Penn. Reserves Crawford's Fifth 1179 196 16.6 13th Penn. Reserves Crawford's Fifth 1165 162 13.9 11th Pennsylvania Robinson's First 2052 236 11.5 45th Pennsylvania Potter's Ninth 1960 227 11.5 46th Pennsylvania Williams's Twelfth 1794 179
+ 17th Kentucky Shiloh Hurlbut's 250 27 10+ 1st Maine (H. A.) Petersburg Birney's 950 210 22+ 3d Maine Gettysburg Birney's 210 30 14+ 4th Maine Fredericksburg Birney's 211 33 15+ 4th Maine Gettysburg Birney's 202 27 13+ 6th Maine Rappahannock Sta. Wright's 321 56 17+ 7th Maine Antietam W. F. Smith's 181 25 13+ 8th Maine Ware Bottom Ch. Ames's 190 19 10+ 9th Maine Petersburg Ames's 102 20 19+ 16th Maine Fredericksburg Gibbon's 427 76 17+ 16th Maine Gettysburg Robinson's 248 27 10+ 17th Maine Wilderness Birney's 507 54 10+ 19th Maine Gettysburg Gibbon's 440 68 15+ 20th Maine Gettysburg Barnes's 386 41 10+ 2d Massachusetts Cedar Mountain Williams's 474 56 12+ 2d Massachusetts Gettysburg Williams's 316 45 14+ 10th Massachusetts Spotsylvania Getty's 210 26 12+ 12th Massachusetts Antietam Ricketts's 334 74 22+ 15th Massachusetts Antietam Sedgwick's 606 108 17+ 15th Massachusetts Gettysburg Gibbon's 239 38 15+ 18th Massachusetts M
ictorious assault on Petersburg. The total loss of the Sixty-first in killed and died of wounds, was 19 officers and 218 enlisted men; total, 237. It was a gallant regiment and was 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
of the war. The division commanders on that field were Wadsworth, Robinson and Doubleday; General Reynolds, who was still in command of the chigh a command. At Mine Run, his division commanders were Cutler, Robinson, and Kenly. This was the last campaign of the First Corps; for inbrigades having been consolidated into two divisions, which, under Robinson and Wadsworth, became respectively the Second and Fourth Divisionsded, and 794 missing; total, 1,973. The heaviest loss occurred in Robinson's Brigade of Kearny's Division; the First New York, Berry's BrigadDivisions of the Fifth Corps, under command, respectively, of Generals Robinson and Wadsworth. Under this reorganization, the Fifth Corps coeral Wadsworth was killed in the battle of the Wilderness, and General Robinson was severely wounded, losing a leg at Spotsylvania. General Ctler, of the Iron Brigade, succeeded to Wadsworth's command, while Robinson's Division was broken up, and its regiments were distributed to th
Sixteenth Maine Infantry. Paul's Brigade — Robinson's Division--First Corps. (1) Col. Asa W.Massachusetts Infantry. Baxter's Brigade — Robinson's Division--First Corps. (1) Col. Fletchxter commanded the brigade at Gettysburg, and Robinson the division — the regiment losing, there 5 kantry--Conkling Rifles. Baxter's Brigade — Robinson's Division--First Corps. (1) Col. Charleing; total, 107. The Ninety-seventh--then in Robinson's Division, Baxter's Brigade — made a gallantant's campaign as a part of Baxter's Brigade, Robinson's Division, Fifth Corps, in which command it ervice commenced at once. It was assigned to Robinson's (1st) Brigade, Birney's (1st) Division, Thist Maryland Infantry. Dennison's Brigade — Robinson's Division--Fifth Corps. (1) Col. John Rn on the Chickahominy, where it was placed in Robinson's (1st) Brigade, Kearny's (3d) Division, Thirmmanding, the Eighty-Second being assigned to Robinson's (3d) Brigade, Williams's (1st) Division — t
137 43d New York Getty's Sixth 21 106 71 198 20th Massachusetts Gibbon's Second 23 108 9 140 11th Pennsylvania Robinson's Fifth 16 126 13 155 122d Ohio Ricketts's Sixth 18 110 48 176 1st New Jersey Wright's Sixth 17 106 39 162 45th 9th New Hampshire Potter's Ninth 41 101 42 184 83d Pennsylvania Griffin's Fifth 21 119 24 164 39th Massachusetts Robinson's Fifth 19 121 28 168 52d New York Barlow's Second 21 115 28 164 119th Pennsylvania Wright's Sixth 31 102 12 145 9 100th Pennsylvania Stevenson's Ninth 23 110 2 135 50th Pennsylvania Willcox's Ninth 23 109 113 245 16th Maine Robinson's Fifth 13 119 11 143 109th New York Willcox's Ninth 25 101 14 140 183d Pennsylvania Barlow's Second 18 109 34 1612 18 144 32d Massachusetts Griffin's Fifth 23 101 5 129 3d New Jersey Wright's Sixth 20 103 25 148 83d New York Robinson's Fifth 29 94 5 128 5th Wisconsin Wright's Sixth 19 102 28 149 7th Maine Neill's Sixth 20 101 5 126 20th Michig
hrough the war. Stevens's 2 16 18   17 17 35 Robinson's First. Dec., ‘61 6th Maine. Reenliste Aug., ‘62 16th Maine 9 172 181 2 257 259 440 Robinson's First. Aug., ‘62 17th Maine 12 195 207 4 May, ‘61 83d New York 9 147 156 2 86 88 244 Robinson's First. May, ‘61 84th New York 8 154 162 ved through the war. 12 169 181 1 156 157 338 Robinson's First. Jan., ‘62 98th New York Reenliserved through the war. 5 81 86 2 145 147 233 Robinson's First. Mar., ‘62 105th New York 2 43 45 Served through the war. 8 101 109   72 72 181 Robinson's First. Nov., ‘61 90th Pennsylvania 5 98 103 1 126 127 230 Robinson's First. Nov., ‘61 91st Pennsylvania Served through the war. 6 110 Aug., ‘62 4th Maryland 3 32 35 1 72 73 108 Robinson's Fifth. Sept., ‘61 5th Maryland Served Aug., ‘62 7th Maryland 1 78 79 1 109 110 189 Robinson's Fifth. Aug., ‘62 8th Maryland 3 54 57   14 20 Schurz's Eleventh. Oct., ‘61  L--Robinson's 1 7 8 1 15 16 24 Sykes's Fifth. Sept., <