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missing.aggregate. Com. Off's.En. Men.Com. Off's.En. Men.Com. Off's.En. Men.Com. Off's.En. Men. Killed.Com. Officers,          Enlisted Men, 3      3 Wounded.Com. Officer,  1     1 Enlisted Men,   4 4  8 Total, 314 4  12 Report of Casualties. Number.name.rank.Company.regiment.casualties.date. 1Myron T. Wright,Major, 29th Ohio volunteers,Wounded, left foot, severe,19th December. 2Frederick Hoff,Corporal, 5th Ohio volunteers,Wounded, left foot, slight,16th December. 3John Cooper,Private, 29th Ohio volunteers,Wounded, right thigh, slight,11th December. 4S. G. Johnson,Private,A,66th Ohio volunteers,Killed,19th December. 5Joseph Powell,Private,B,66th Ohio volunteers,Killed,19th December. 6James Atkinson,Private,D,66th Ohio volunteers,Killed,19th December. 7E. Kyle,Corporal,E,66th Ohio volunteers,Wounded, severe,19th December. 8John Wood,Private,E,66th Ohio volunteers,Wounded, slight,19th December. 9S. Keltner,Private,I,66th Ohio vo
dy, (badly wounded,) Lieutenant J. J. Lake, (killed,) Lieutenant E. L. Randle, (wounded,) Sergeant N. M. Howard, Sergeant William Taylor, Corporal Josiah Ely, Sergeant J. W. Hauxthall, private Joseph Lee, Sergeant James Stewart, Sergeant Henry Donnalson, Sergeant George Ellison, and private Hollanquist, Third Alabama. Brigadier-General Colquitt reports, in like manner, N. B. Neusan, Color-Sergeant, J. J. Powell, W. W. Glover, H. M. James, and N. B. Lane, Color-Guard, Sixth Georgia; Corporal John Cooper, Corporal Joseph J. Wood, private J. W. Tompkins, privates B. C. La Prade, L. B. Lamnah, A. D. Simmons, W. Smith, J. M. Feltman, and J. C. Penn. Captain Arnold, Sixth Georgia regiment, who commanded a battalion of skirmishers at South Mountain and Sharpsburg, is entitled to the highest commendation for his skill and gallantry. Captain Garrison, commanding Twenty-eighth Georgia, was severely wounded at the head of his regiment. Captain Banning, Twenty-eighth Georgia regiment, was dis