Your search returned 6 results in 1 document section:

them did not take 75 men into battle. The Eleventh Ohio Battery, in which the most remarkable loss occurred, took about 105 men into action at Iuka, Licutenant Cyrus Sears, in National Tribune. of whom 54 were gunners, or helped serve the guns; most of the others were drivers. Of the 54 men at the guns, 46 were killed or wounded at Iuka. General Rosecrans says, in his official report of this affair, that Sands's Eleventh Ohio Battery, under command of Lieutenant Sears, behaved nobly. The fearful losses sustained by this battery show their unyielding obstinacy. Also, that it was served with unequalled bravery under circumstances of danger and expoield. General Hunt, Chief of Artillery, in an article in the Century Magazine, states that Bigelow lost 80 horses killed or wounded, out of 88 horses. Lieutenant Sears states in a newspaper article that the Eleventh Ohio Battery lost, at Iuka, 42 horses killed upon the field, and (a coincidence) 42 so disabled from wounds t