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List of Property captured and destroyed by the Ninety-second Illinois volunteers, mounted infantry, from November fourteenth, 1864, to December nineteenth, 1864:

companies.captured, destroyed, etc.destroyed.
Horses.Mules.Small-Arms.Rounds Enfield Ammunition.Cotton-Gins.Bales Cotton.Saw-Mills.
A843    
B3132 2400 
C6206 10350 
D14 4 4260 
E284    
F845    
G17133    
H988100   
I667    
K23169 2200 
3d Indiana935 112501
Total1059556102914601

Matthew Van Buskirk, Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding. Charles C. Freeguard, First Lieutenant and Acting Adjutant.
Station, near King's Bridge, Ga. Date, December 23, 1864.

List of Property lost, destroyed, abandoned by and captured from the Ninety-second Illinois volunteers, mounted infantry, from the fourteenth day of November to the nineteenth day of December, 1864.

companies.Abandoned.Captured by Enemy.Lost or Stolen.
Horses.Mules.Saddles and Equipments.Spencer Rifles, (broken.)Horses.Mules.Sets of Horse Equipments.Spencer Rifles.Ditto Spencer Ammunition.Spencer Rifles.
A53        
B20 4      2
C1322 21 13  
D11  2     2
E86  2 22  
F844 2  3  
G33 841     
H15 1 8 86420 
I11323   1  
K39 54 11   
3d Indiana113        
Total17441241514112154204

Matthew Van Buskirk, Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding. Charles C. Freeguard, First Lieutenant and Acting Adjutant.
Station, near King's Bridge, Ga. Date, December 23, 1864.


Captain day's Report.

Report of Prisoners of War captured, and property captured and destroyed, by Third cavalry division, during the campaign terminating with the occupation of Savannah.

date.no.article.remarks.
Nov. 14 to Dec. 14233Prisoners of war1 colonel, 1 major, 4 captains, 7 lieutenants, 220 enlisted men.
November 162CannonRodman, with carriages and one hundred rounds ammunition.
November 163CaissonsCaptured at Jonesboro and burned.
November 15140Stand small-armsCaptured from pickets.Total, 865.
November 16175Stand small-armsCaptured at Lovejoy, Ga.
December 4550Stand small-armsCaptured at Waynesboro, Ga.
November 164Boxes fixed ammunitionFor 3-inch regulation gun, destroyed.
November 281Battle-flagOf Fourth Georgia Cavalry, captured at Waynesboro, Ga.
November 214Miles Macon and Savannah R. RDestroyed at, above, and below Griswold, Ga.
November 263Miles Millen and Augusta R. RDestroyed at, above, and below Waynesboro, Ga.
November 211Water-tankDestroyed at, Griswold, Ga.
November 2113Railroad-carsDestroyed at, Griswold, Ga.
November 213Sets engine-driversDestroyed at, Griswold, Ga.
November 2112Car-wheelsDestroyed at, Griswold, Ga.
November 2120Tons wrought-ironDestroyed at, Griswold, Ga.
November 268Railroad-carsDestroyed at, Waynesboro, Ga.
November 261EngineDestroyed at, Waynesboro, Ga.
Nov. 14 to Dec. 1414,070Bales cottonBurned during the campaign.
Nov. 14 to Dec. 1412,900Bales cornBurned during the campaign.
Nov. 14 to Dec. 1480Tons fodderBurned during the campaign.
Nov. 14 to Dec. 1436Grist-millsBurned during the campaign.
Nov. 14 to Dec. 1427Saw-millsBurned during the campaign.
Nov. 14 to Dec. 14271Cotton-ginsBurned during the campaign.
Nov. 14 to Dec. 14160HidesBurned during the campaign.
November 16500Bushels corn-mealRebel commissary stores destroyed at Jonesboro, Ga.
November 1650Barrels molassesRebel commissary stores destroyed at Jonesboro, Ga.
November 211Pistol-factoryIn employ of rebel government, destroyed at Griswold, Ga.
November 211Soap-factoryIn employ of rebel government, destroyed at Griswold, Ga.
November 211Candle-factoryIn employ of rebel government, destroyed at Griswold, Ga.
November 211FoundryIn employ of rebel government, destroyed at Griswold, Ga.
November 21400Boxes soapIn employ of rebel government, destroyed at Griswold, Ga.
November 2112Wagons and cartsGovernment property destroyed at Griswold, Ga.
November 211Wagon-load carpenters' toolsGovernment property destroyed at Griswold, Ga.
November 211Shoe-blacking-factoryDestroyed at Griswold, Ga.
November 261Wagon-shopDestroyed at Waynesboro, Ga.
November 261Railroad-bridgeOver Brier Creek, destroyed.
November 261Bridge over Big OgeecheeAt Flat Shoals, destroyed.
November 211Station-HouseDestroyed at Griswoldville, Ga.
November 2425Bushels saltDestroyed at Waynesboro, Ga.
December 21Bridge over Little OgeecheeDestroyed.

I certify that the above report is correct.

W. H. Day, Captain and Provost-Marshal Third Cavalry Division


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