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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 10. (ed. Frank Moore) 6 0 Browse Search
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cember, 1862. division.brigade.regiment.killed.wounded.total. Anderson'sPerry's5th Florida 11 Anderson'sPerry's8th Florida73744 Anderson'sPerry'sDonaldsonville Artillery,156 Anderson'sFeatherston's19th Mississippi 66 Anderson'sFeatherston's16th Mississippi 1313 Anderson'sFeatherston's2d Mississippi Battalion134 Anderson'sFeatherston's12th Mississippi 55 Anderson'sFeatherston'sThree Batteries 66 Anderson'sWright's3d Georgia1 1 Anderson'sWright's2d Georgia Battalion1 1 Anderson'sWillcox's11th Alabama358 Anderson'sMahone's6th Virginia 11 Anderson'sMahone's41st Virginia246 Anderson'sMahone's61st Virginia 11    1687103 Pickett'sKemper's1st Virginia 99 Pickett'sKemper's3d Virginia 55 Pickett'sKemper's7th Virginia 44 Pickett'sKemper's11th Virginia 1313 Pickett'sKemper's24th Virginia 77 Pickett'sJenkins'sP. S. S. 44 Pickett'sJenkins's6th South Carolina 11 Pickett'sJenkins's2d South Carolina 33     4646 Ransom'sCook's15th North Carolina 163103 Ran
My brigade has just arrived, after covering the retreat of the entire army. All are up in tolerable good order. The Michigan Second and Third regiments were in the rear of the whole. J. B. Richardson, Commanding Fourth Brigade. General Willcox's report. Detroit, Michigan, September 3, 1861. Brig.-General L. Thomas, Adj.-Gen. U. S. A.: General: My brigade, the Second of Heintzelman's division, marching in rear of Franklin's origade, arrived at the Sudley Ford at about half nts in the fight. The First Michigan deserves the credit of advancing farther into the enemy's lines than any other of our troops, as their dead bodies proved after the battle. I only regret that from the fact of my separation from Arnold's battery I cannot add any testimony of my own to the well-known gallantry with which he and his command conducted themselves. I have the honor to be, General, Very respectfully yours, J. B. Willcox, Brig.-Gen, late Colonel First Michigan Infantry.