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ir fighting was done dismounted, and with carbines. The mounted regiments which lost the most men, killed or fatally wounded in action, were the following: Regiment. Division. Corps. Officers. Men. Total. 1st Maine Gregg's Cavalry, A. P. 15 159 174 1st Michigan Kilpatrick's Cavalry, A. P. 14 150 164 5th Michigan Kilpatrick's Cavalry, A. P. 6 135 141 6th Michigan Kilpatrick's Cavalry, A. P. 7 128 135 1st Vermont Kilpatrick's Cavalry, A. P. 10 124 134 1st N. Y. Dragoons Torbert's Cavalry, A. P. 4 126 130 1st New Jersey Gregg's Cavalry, A. P. 12 116 128 2d New York Wilson's Cavalry, A. P. 9 112 121 11th Pennsylvania Kautz's Cavalry, A. P. 11 108 119 The light artillery was composed of batteries with a maximum strength of 150 men and six guns. Before the war closed many of them were reorganized as four-gun batteries. In some cases there were regimental organizations comprising 12 batteries, but most of the troops in this arm of the service were inde
ksburg Howard's 238 48 20+ 25th Massachusetts Cold Harbor Martindale's 310 74 23+ 57th Massachusetts Wilderness Stevenson's 545 94 17+ 9th Massachusetts Bat'y Gettysburg Reserve Artillery 104 11 10+ 5th Michigan (Cavalry) Hawes' Shop Torbert's 150 15 10+ 6th Michigan (Cavalry) Hawes' Shop Torbert's 140 17 12+ 1st Michigan (Infantry) Manassas Morell's 320 55 17+ 2d Michigan Knoxville Ferrero's 150 28 18+ 3d Michigan Manassas Kearny's 260 41 15+ 4th Michigan Gettysburg Torbert's 140 17 12+ 1st Michigan (Infantry) Manassas Morell's 320 55 17+ 2d Michigan Knoxville Ferrero's 150 28 18+ 3d Michigan Manassas Kearny's 260 41 15+ 4th Michigan Gettysburg Barnes's 342 40 11+ 5th Michigan Fair Oaks Kearny's 330 43 13+ 7th Michigan Gettysburg Gibbon's 165 27 16+ 8th Michigan James' Island Stevens's 534 61 11+ 13th Michigan Stone's River T. J. Wood's 225 32 14+ 13th Michigan Chickamauga T. J. Wood's 217 26 11+ 16th Michigan Gettysburg Barnes's 218 29 13+ 17th Michigan Spotsylvania Willcox's 226 30 13+ 22d Michigan Chickamauga Steedman's 584 88 15+ 24th Michigan Gettysburg Wadsworth's 496 94 18+ 1st Minnesota Gettysburg
his battle, in which sabre cuts were freely exchanged. Upon the reorganization of the Army of the Potomac, in April, 1864, Major-General Philip H. Sheridan was placed in command of the Cavalry Corps. The three divisions were commanded by Generals Torbert, Gregg (D. M.), and Wilson, and contained 32 regiments of cavalry, numbering 12,424, present for duty, equipped. This does not include the cavalry--1812 in number — attached to the Ninth Corps; nor the horse artillery which acted in conjuncrt House, March 31; Five Forks, April 1; and Appomattox, April 9, 1865. In August, 1864, Sheridan was promoted to the command of the Army of the Shenandoah, and took with him the First and Third Cavalry Divisions — Merritt's and Wilson's. General Torbert was assigned to the command of the cavalry forces in the Shenandoah, and his two divisions were reinforced by Duffie's and Averell's Cavalry Divisions of the Army of West Virginia. The cavalry fighting in the Shenandoah was a series of bril
e war its percentage of loss was heavy in each action, although not numerically large. First New York Dragoons.--(19th N. Y. Cavalry). Merritt's Brigade — Torbert's Division--Cavalry Corps, A. P. (1) Col. Alfred Gibbs, W. P., R. A., Bvt. Major-Gen. U. S. A. (2) Col. Thomas J. Thorp; Bvt. Brig.-Gen. U. S. V. compaJersey Brigade — Wright's Division--Sixth Corps. (1) Col. William R. Montgomery; W. P., Brig. Gen. U. S. V. (3) Col. Mark W. Collett (Killed). (2) Col. Alfred T. Torbert; W. P., R. A., Bvt. Major-Gen. U. S. A. (4) Col. William Henry. companies. killed and died of wounds. died of disease, accidents, in Prison, &c. Totng. The Jersey Brigade distinguished itself in Slocum's brilliant and victorious charge up the mountain-side at Crampton's Gap, the brigade being commanded by General Torbert; the loss in the Fourth was 10 killed and 26 wounded. At First Fredericksburg the regiment lost 9 killed, 35 wounded, and 36 missing; Colonel Hatch w
g's Cavalry 7 53 3 63 5th Michigan Cavalry Torbert's Cavalry 8 42 -- 50 1st Penn. Cavalry Greegg's Cavalry 13 27 2 42 6th Mich. Cavalry Torbert's Cavalry 3 22 8 33 6th Ohio Cavalry Greggvalry A. P. 8 26 1 35 1st Michigan Cavalry Torbert's Cavalry A. P. 5 20 -- 25 Piedmont, Va.  e 11, 1864.             1st N. Y. Dragoons Torbert's Cavalry A. P. 16 61 8 85 1st Michigan Cavalry Torbert's Cavalry A. P. 12 23 64 99 6th Penn. Cavalry Torbert's Cavalry A. P. 6 56 5 67 Torbert's Cavalry A. P. 6 56 5 67 3d U. S. Cavalry Torbert's Cavalry A. P. 8 38 5 51 2d U. S. Cavalry Torbert's Cavalry A. P. 8 3Torbert's Cavalry A. P. 8 38 5 51 2d U. S. Cavalry Torbert's Cavalry A. P. 8 32 5 45 9th New York Cavalry Torbert's Cavalry A. P. 4 41 5 50 4th New York Cavalry Torbert's Torbert's Cavalry A. P. 8 32 5 45 9th New York Cavalry Torbert's Cavalry A. P. 4 41 5 50 4th New York Cavalry Torbert's Cavalry A. P. 6 32 6 44 Pine Knob, Ga.             June 15-16, 1864.             33d New JTorbert's Cavalry A. P. 4 41 5 50 4th New York Cavalry Torbert's Cavalry A. P. 6 32 6 44 Pine Knob, Ga.             June 15-16, 1864.             33d New Jersey Butterfield's Twentieth 14 44 1 59 Petersburg, Va.             June 15, 1864. AssaulTorbert's Cavalry A. P. 6 32 6 44 Pine Knob, Ga.             June 15-16, 1864.             33d New Jersey Butterfield's Twentieth 14 44 1 59 Petersburg, Va.             June 15, 1864. Assault by General W. F. Smith's troops, before the arrival of the Army of the Potomac.      
utz's Cavalry, A. J. Aug., ‘61 4th New York 5 39 44 3 54 57 101 Torbert's Cavalry, A. P. Aug., ‘61 5th New York Reenlisted. 8 93 101P. Sept., ‘61 6th New York Reenlisted. 9 67 76   129 129 205 Torbert's Cavalry, A. P. Nov., ‘61 8th New York Reenlisted. 14 91 10 19th New York First New York Dragoons. 4 126 130 1 130 131 261 Torbert's Cavalry, A. P. Sept., ‘63 20th New York   5 5 2 125 127 132  alry.                     1st United States 9 73 82 2 91 93 175 Torbert's Cavalry, A. P.   2d United States 5 73 78 3 92 95 173 TorbertTorbert's Cavalry, A. P.   3d United States 2 30 32 3 105 108 140       4th United States 3 59 62 1 108 109 171 Garrard's Cavalry, A. C.   5th United States 7 60 67 2 90 92 159 Torbert's Cavalry, A. P.   6th United States 2 50 52 1 106 107 159 Buford's Cavalry, A. P.   Arti times. It was commanded successively by Generals Kearny, Taylor, Torbert, Colonel Brown (3d N. J.), and General Pen