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f Marye's Heights, May 3, 1863, the regiment took a leading part in the assault made by the Light Division, earning a reputation for dash and bravery, and sustaining the heaviest loss of any regiment engaged in the assault; its casualties in that action were 35 killed, 122 wounded, and 36 missing; total, 193. In the brilliant affair at Rappahannock Station, the regiment joined the Sixth Maine in its celebrated charge on the enemy's intrenchments, sharing the honors of the victory. Major Horace W. Wheeler fell, mortally wounded, in this charge, the loss in the regiment amounting to 10 killed and 49 wounded. The Fifth was ordered home for muster-out July 12, 1864; the men with unexpired terms were consolidated into a battalion of three companies, to which seven new companies were added in October. Sixth Wisconsin Infantry. Iron Brigade — Wadsworth's Division--First Corps. (1) Col. Lysander Cutler; Bvt. Major-Gen. (3) Col. Rufus R. Dawes; Bvt. Brig.-Gen. (2) Col. Edwar
Sept., ‘61 C--Barnes's   4 4   18 18 22   Fifth. Oct., ‘61 D--Osborne's 1 12 13   14 14 27   Third. Oct., ‘61 E--Wheeler's 1 4 5 1 12 13 18   Fifth. Oct., ‘61 F--Wilson's         14 14 14   Twenty-sec'd. Oct., ‘61 G--Frank's 1 11 12 ‘62 12th N. Y. McKnight's 1 4 5   14 14 19   Second. Oct., ‘61 13th N. Y. Reenlisted and served through the war. Wheeler's 1 11 12   16 16 28   Eleventh. Dec., ‘61 14th N. Y. The 14th and 15th Batteries originally formed the 2d Battal Aug., ‘61 32d N. Y. Reenlisted and served through the war. Kusserow's   2 2   3 3 5   Fifth. Aug., ‘63 33d N. Y. Wheeler's       1 12 13 13   Tenth. Oct., ‘61 34th N. Y. Reenlisted and served through the war. Roemer's   7 7   14 14 2 Colonel Innes won further distinction by its brilliant and successful defense of the army trains which were attacked by Wheeler's Cavalry during the battle of Stone's River. General Innes having been mustered