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 killed.wounded.missing.
First Division401416
Second Division4416572
 8430678
  84 
  78 
Aggregate 468 

Officers and Soldiers mentioned in the Report of Brigadier-General Ruggles:

Colonel A. P. Thompson and Colonel H. Wallen, brigade commanders, both severely wounded; Fifth Kentucky regiment, Captain Bowman; Seventh Kentucky, Colonel Crossland, and his color-bearer, James Rawlings; Sixth Kentucky regiment, Captains Isaac Smith, Utterback, and Thomas Page, and First Lieutenant F. Harned; Thirty-sixth Alabama, Colonel Robertson and Lieutenant-Colonel Goodwin; of the Second brigade, the Fourth Louisiana, Lieutenant-Colonel Hunter, Lieutenant Corkern, Company B, Lieutenant Jeter, Company F, and Sergeant-Major Daniels; Battalion of Stewart's Legion, Lieutenant-Colonel Sam Boyd, who was disabled by a flesh wound in the arm. Captain Chinn also was wounded, the command devolved upon Captain Bynum, who acted with gallantry. The battalion Thirtieth regiment Louisiana volunteers, commanded by Colonel G. A. Breaux, who speaks in high terms of the officers and men of his regiment, especially Captain N. Trepagnier and Lieutenant Dapremont, both wounded. Lieutenant-Colonel Shields, Thirtieth Louisiana, commanding separate detachment, who speaks in high terms of the intrepidity of Lieutenant Fauntleroy, commanding section of guns in his detachment; Captain Semmes, commanding battery, and his officers, Lieutenants Barnes and J. A. West, performed gallant service. Captain Blount, Brigade-Inspector of Second brigade, rendered gallant service in the field, where it is believed he has fallen, as nothing has been heard of him since. I also have the gratification to name the members of my staff, who served with me on this occasion, viz.: Lieutenant L. D. Sandige, corps. artillery, C. S. A., A. A. A., and Inspector-General, Captain George Whitfield, Chief Quartermaster, Major E. S. Ruggles, acting ordnance officer, and acting chief commissary of subsistence, First Lieutenant M. B. Ruggles, aide-de-camp, Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Jones, who was severely wounded, and Colonel J. O. Fuqua, District Judge Advocate and Provost Marshal General, who were all distinguished for their efficiency, coolness, and gallantry throughout the conflict. The following officers, attached to the general staff, also rendered gallant service: Captain Sam. Bard, on special service; Lieutenant A. B. DeSaulles; Engineers, Lieutenant H. H. Price and Lieutenant H. C. Holt. Other officers on special service, amongst whom were Captain Augustus Scott, commanding squadron on temporary service, Captains Curry, Henderson, and Lieutenant Behcum, as volunteer aids for the occasion, and Captain J. M. Taylor served with great gallantry.

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