Joseph Rogers, right arm and left foot; privates, Owen Breene, thigh, not serious; Simeon Eaton, back, not serious; D. S. Greenough, slightly in ankle; James E. Moulton, rib broken; Peter McKean, groin, dangerous; John Stevens, right elbow, slightly. Missing: John T. Huff. Company C--Killed: Corp. Thomas H. Gray, private M. Frames. Wounded: Lieutenant G. F. Browning, hip, doing well; First Sergeant E. A. Phalen, arm and leg, not serious; Sergeant C. A. Andrews, thigh, slight, on duty; Corp. G. Conley, foot, not serious; privates, S. Daley, knee; Wm. Donovan, breast; G. O. Oakes, both knees, not serious; D. B. Peabody, foot; W. White, hips. Missing: Sergt. D. Casey, Corp. J. Strafford, privates E. A. Bailey, F. H. Brown, A. P. Burnham, J. Corcoran, J. Haverty, T. Manning, D. McCarthy, J. Stonehall, W. Williston. Wounded and Missing: J. Hines, F. Jewell, W. Larrabee. Company D--Killed: Corp. B. F. Fay; Lance Corp. B. F. Wilcox; private Wm. A. Bickford. Wounded: Lieut. J. J. Grafton, slightly in forehead; Sergt. J. C. Thompson, in hand; privates, G. H. Alden, slightly in thigh; J. Childs, do.; James Hines, slightly in wrist. Company E--Killed: Privates George H. Ide, and H. S. Sparrow. Wounded: Corp. A. Clark, in leg; Corp. W. F. Cook, hand, not serious; Corp. J. B. May, groin, severely; privates, S. W. Allen, hand, slightly; Wm. Daniels, seriously; Albert Fales, jaw, slightly; Edward Hogan; George Hunt, arm; John C. Johnston, severely and missing; David F. Mack, hand, very slight; Samuel A. Matthews, thigh; John Newcomb, hip; Michael O'Brien, both legs seriously, leg since amputated; Michael O'Donnell, and Joseph Stone. Missing: Capt. S. M. Quincy. Company F--Wounded: Lieut. T. R. Robeson, shot through wrist; Corp. Marsh, breast, not serious; privates, Morrissy, lost forefinger of right hand; French, back, slight; Moore, back, slight. Company G--Killed : Captain Richard Cary, Sergt. Wm. Andrews, privates, H. C. Hoxsey, H. O. Howard, Francis Hatch. Wounded: First Sergeant R. S. Williston, hand and leg seriously, leg since amputated; Sergt. M. P. Richardson, leg; Sergt. T. F. Page, hand and thigh, slightly; Corp. C. H. Hazelton, finger; privates, John Callanan, thigh; George J. Coles, knee; George R. Dobbins, finger; Martin Greene, thigh; A. L. Madden, neck; Daniel McCrohan, shoulder; A. J. Parker, arm; Roswell Stone, leg; George P. Southack, arm. Missing: Privates, George A. Smith, wounded in shoulder; P. F. Dillon, and Charles Dillingham. Company H--Killed: S. D. Perkins, Corporal Alfred DeWeale, Corp. Cahill, private Thomas Duffy. Wounded: First Sergt. A. W. Powers, leg, slightly; Corp. Casey, do.; Corp. Webber, leg amputated; privates J. Burke, shoulder; T. Burke, slightly in hand; F. L. Hall, leg, severely; E. Whittemore, sabre cut, slightly; J. Lynde, both legs. Missing: Capt. H. S. Russell, prisoner; privates, J. A. Holyoke, J. Lehane, H. O'Donnell, J. Wortherwell. Company I--Killed: Sergt. George H. Willis. Wounded: Sergt. George A. Glidden, arm, not serious; Corp. H. Pierson, head, severe; privates, J. W. Barrows, leg, slightly; J. D. Carter, back, slightly; J. F. Edmunds, head, slightly; E. D. Farr, leg; John Mathews, hand, not serious; L. B. Sylvester, arm and breast, serious; Francis Wilson, face and neck, serious; Ira M. Young, slightly; Michael McCarthy. Missing: David B. Brown, Patrick Quinn. Company K--Killed: Capt. R. C. Goodwin; privates T. Daly, B. F. Montague, J. R. Roberts, Thomas Watson. Wounded: Sergt. W. Log<*>n, flesh, both legs; Corp. G. W.. Fenner, bayonet wound in leg; Corp. J. McCarthy, left foot broken; privates, M. McMullen, leg; Peter Carter, fingers broken; J. Nevel, do.; M. S. Ditson, calf of right leg; M. Backus, fingers broken; W. T. Humboldt, flesh-wounds in head and leg; G. Bortchy, flesh, left shoulder; W. Sanborn, both knees; F. M. Schaeffer, flesh, left knee; C. M. Skinner, flesh, shoulder. Missing: Corporal J. Murray, privates James Conlan, A. J. Livingston, L. Perkins, J. Vail. Recapitulation.
The above list will doubtless require some corrections, but these will be forwarded as soon as accurate reports come in.
The regiment behaved admirably, and gallantly maintained the honor of the old Bay State.
Respectfully, your obedient servant,
|Commissioned officers killed,||5|
|Commissioned officers wounded,||6|
|Commissioned officers missing,||3|
|Non-commissioned officers and privates killed,||27|
|Non-commissioned officers and privates wounded,||104|
|Non-commissioned officers and privates missing,||30|
George L. Andrews, Colonel Second Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers.
Lieut.-Colonel Patrick's report.
headquarters Fifth regiment, O. V. I., Culpeper, Va., August 13, 1862.In obedience to orders from brigade headquarters, I have the honor to transmit a record, concerning our action in battle, near Culpeper, Va., August ninth, 1862. We left Culpeper Saturday morning, the eighth inst., and marched a distance of about eight miles, and arrived at the scene of action about two o'clock. We halted in front of the enemy's right, stacked arms and rested about one hour, in the mean time, the artillery had opened fire on both sides, and I think that our artillery opened the fire. We were then ordered, by Gen. Geary, to support a battery which was in position on our centre. On arriving there, our brigade, or rather that part comprising Gen. Tyler's old brigade, (the other part, consisting of the Twenty-eighth Pennsylvania regiment, had left on the road,) was divided. The Sixty-sixth and Seventh Ohio formed the first line of support; the Fifth and Twenty-ninth Ohio the second, fifty paces in the rear. We were ordered to advance and occupy the line of