Of the missing of the One Hundred and Forty-ninth about one hundred and twenty men, including the three commissioned officers, have been heard from, some having made their escape, and others reported to different posts, making my loss about sixty-seven men, in missing.
Of the One Hundred and Forty-fourth, one man wounded has since died.
Since heard from, three commissioned officers, one hundred and seventeen enlisted men.
Active duty in the field and sudden and frequent changes of position, have made it impossible for me to get accurate returns.
This report is as nearly correct as I can get under the circumstances.
I have the honor to be, Colonel, respectfully, your obedient servant,
|detachment one hundred and Forty-Fourth--three companies.||commissioned officers.||enlisted men.|
|commissioned officers.||enlisted men.|
A. L. Brown, Colonel One Hundred and Forty-Ninth Ohio National Guard.
List of Commissioned Officers Missing from One Hundred and Forty-ninth Regiment Ohio National Guard.Captain Charles W. McGinnis, Company C. First Lieutenant George H. Bowers, Company G. Second Lieutenant St. Clair Pittzer, Company G. List of Commissioned Officers Wounded and Missing One Hundred and Forty-fourth Ohio National Guard. Captain John McKee, Company I, wounded. Lieutenant George Weddell, Company I, prisoner.
Samuel B. Lawrence, Lieutenant-Colonel and A. A. G.
Casualties in the Third Regiment Potomac Home Brigade, Maryland Volunteers, at the Battle of Monocacy Junction, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Maryland, July 9th, 1864.
|Monocacy Junction||A||1||Stationed at base of mountain, north of railroad. Afterward died, skirmishing on Monocacy river.|
|Monocacy Junction||C||1||Supporting Alexander's Battery, north of railroad river ford, one mile north of railroad.|
|Monocacy Junction||F||2||2||Stationed at block-house, north of railroad, supported howitzer skirmishing on river.|
|Monrovia||H||Supporting battery north of railroad, not engaged. Mounted as scouts.|
|Monocacy Junction||K||1||Supporting section of Alexander's battery east of Monocacy, north of railroad, skirmishing on river.|
Casualties of the First Maryland Regiment. Potomac Home Brigade, at the Battle of the Monocacy, July 9th, 1864.
|Moses A. Gosnel||Private||C||Killed by a musket ball through the head.|
|Gideon L. Wilmer||Corporal||C||Wounded, left ear shot off.|
|Frank A. Hall||Private||C||Captured.|
|Frank M. Ford||Private||G||Wounded in right hand.|
|George W. Goowin||Private||G||Captured.|
|H. S. Seiss||Sergeant||H||Wounded slightly in the arm.|
|J. W. Nicholson||Musician||H||Wounded in face and leg.|
|Martin Glass||Private||H||Slightly wounded and missing.|
|Wm. S. Bamford||Private||H||Slightly wounded.|
|James Cunningham||Private||H||Wounded in hip.|
|John Cuddy||Private||H||Wounded slightly.|
|Charles J. Brown||Captain||K||Wounded slightly, in arm.|
|William Harris||Private||K||Shot in the leg, leg amputated.|
|Frederick Lutz||Private||K||Wounded through the left breast, mortally.|
|John H. Welch||Private||K||Wounded on shoulder and side.|
|James Fisher||Private||K||Shot through the neck.|