d, Forty-first Ohio; my Inspector-General, Captain James McCleery, Forty-first Ohio; my Provost-Marshal, Captain L. A. Cole, Ninth Indiana; my Commissary of Subsistence, Lieutenant F. D. Cobb, Forty-first Ohio; and my Topographical officer, Lieutenant A. G. Bierce, Ninth Indiana, were with me at all times doing valuable service.
My Surgeon, M. G. Sherman, Ninth Indiana, was, as he always is, in his place.
Of my orderlies, Waffee, Brise, Morrison, and Sweeney deserve special mention.
Shepard Scott was particularly distinguished for bravery and good service.
He on two occasions brought brigades to my assistance when greatly needed.
His horse was shot, and he killed or captured.
Should he be restored, I recommend that he be appointed a Second Lieutenant.
Quite a number of horses were killed and disabled in the service of my staff.
The entire casualties of the brigade were as follows:
Regiments, etc. Killed. Wounded. Missing Aggregate.