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6 killed and 11 wounded Lieutenant-Colonel Frederick Tremain, a young and promising officer, was killed at Hatcher's Run. The regiment was consolidated June 7, 1865, with the Twenty-fourth New York Cavalry, forming the First Provisional Cavalry. The latter regiment was mustered out a month later. Seventh New York Heavy Artillery. Brooke's Brigade — Barlow's Division--Second Corps (1) Col. Lewis O. Morris, R. A. (Killed). (2) Col. Edward A. Springsteed (Killed). (3) Col. Richard C. Duryea, W. P., R. A. companies. killed and died of wounds. died of disease, accidents, in Prison, &c. Total Enrollment. Officers. Men. Total. Officers. Men. Total. Field and Staff 3   3       21 Company A   24 24   32 32 242   B   22 22   29 29 246   C 1 35 36 1 30 31 231   D 1 29 30   29 29 207   E 1 22 23   40 40 208   F 2 27 29   39 39 219   G 1 19 20   27 27 255   H 1 25 26 1 16 17 194   I 1 22 23   33 33 251   K 1 21 22 1