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at Lieut. W. H. Herbert, of the Seventieth Ohio Volunteers, and 6 guards under him had been taken prisoners.
I sent Lieutenant Geer to inform Colonel Cockerill, and request the colonel to report the fact to General Sherman. Major Crockett had direcrd was I directed the major to take Company H and meet Company B, leaving the balance of the regiment at the house.
Lieutenant Geer returned and informed me that General Sherman would send out 100 cavalry.
I returned to camp, supposing that Major had commenced retreating.
Major Crockett became separated from the company, and is undoubtedly taken prisoner; also Lieutenant Geer, of the Forty-eighth, who, it seems, joined Crockett after I left for camp.
It is not known that any of our men wer
Non-commissioned officers 1
Enlisted men 8 1
Total 8 3
Lieutenant Geer of the Forty-eighth, acting aide, is missing.
I have not received the names of the missing men of the Seventieth Oh