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Company A 1 10 11   25 25 138   B 1 14 15   19 19 124   C   11 11   17 17 126   D 2 10 12   21 21 136   E 1 13 14   24 24 130   F   12 12   17 17 128   G 2 20 22   19 19 136   H   18 18   16 16 116   I   16 16   25 25 134   K   16 16   20 20 122 Totals 9 140 149   203 203 1,304 149 killed == 11.3 per cent. Total killed and wounded, 502; of the deaths from disease, 36 occurred in Confederate prisons. battles. K. & M. W. battles. K. & M. W. Orange Grove, Va. 17 Opequon, Va. 16 Wilderness, Va. 5 Fisher's Hill, Va. 2 Spotsylvania, Va. 3 Cedar Creek, Va. 24 Cold Harbor, Va. 54 Petersburg, March 25, 1865 3 Guerillas, Va. 1 Fall of Petersburg 10 Monocacy, Md. 7 Picket Line 1 Skirmishes 3 Place Unknown 3 Present, also, at Hatcher's Run; Sailor's Creek; Appomattox. notes.--Organized at Brattleboro, Vt., under the second call for troops. Leaving the State September, 1862, it was stationed on guard duty
oners. Hon. E. M. Stanton, Secretary of War, Washington, D. C. Testimony. Annapolis, Maryland, May 6, 1864. Howard Leedom, sworn and examined: by the Chairman: Question. To what company and regiment have you belonged? Answer. Company G, Fifty-second New-York. Question. How long have you been in the service? Answer. About seven months. Question. What is your age? Answer. Seventeen. Question. When and where were you taken prisoner? Answer. At a place called Orange Grove, I think, back of Chancellorsville. Question. How long ago? Answer. In November last. Question. Where were you then carried? Answer. Right to Richmond. Question. In what prison were you placed? Answer. I was put on Belle Isle first, and then I got sick and was taken to the hospital. Question. Describe how you were treated there, and the cause of your sickness? Answer. They did not treat me very kindly. I froze my feet on the island. Question. How came they to b