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y Union regiments during entire term of service Killed and died of wounds—maximum percentages of enrollment compiled from fox's Regimental losses in the Civil War REGIMENTDIVISIONCORPSEnrolledKilledPer Cent. 2d WisconsinWadsworth'sFirst1,20323819.7 1st Maine H. A.Birney'sSecond2,20242319.2 57th MassachusettsStevenson'sNinth1,05220119.1 140th PennsylvaniaBarlow'sSecond1,13219817.4 26th WisconsinSchurz'sEleventh1,08918817.2 7th WisconsinWadsworth'sFirst1,63028117.2 69th New YorkHancock'sSecond1,51325117.1 11th Penn. ReservesCrawford'sFifth1,17919616.6 142d PennsylvaniaDoubleday'sFirst93515516.5 141st PennsylvaniaBirney'sThird1,03716716.1 19th IndianaWadsworth'sFirst1,24619915.9 121st New YorkWright'sSixth1,42622615.8 7th MichiganGibbon'sSecond1,31520815.8 148th PennsylvaniaBarlow'sSecond1,33921015.6 83d PennsylvaniaGriffin'sFifth1,80828215.5 22d MassachusettsGriffin'sFifth1,39321615.5 36th WisconsinGibbon'sSecond1,01415715.4 27th IndianaWilliams'Twelfth1,101169
venson, Brevet Major-General S. S. Carroll, and Major-Generals W. S. Hancock and W. H. Emory. In the campaign against Lieutd the 2d Corps on the Peninsula and in Maryland. Winfield Scott Hancock; under him the Second Corps earned the name old Guajor-Generals D. N. Couch, John Sedgwick, O. O. Howard, W. S. Hancock, G. K. Warren, D. B. Birney, A. A. Humphreys, Brevet Maetired with that rank three years later. Major-General Winfield Scott Hancock (U. S.M. A. 1844) was born in Montgomeryoteworthy work at Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville, and Hancock received the Second Corps, in May, 1863. At Gettysburg, Mcessful candidate for the presidency against Garfield. Of Hancock, General Grant once said: Hancock stands the most conspicuHancock stands the most conspicuous figure of all the general officers who did not exercise a separate command. He commanded a corps longer than any other o which he held for the most part until August, 1864. When Hancock was sent by Meade to take charge at Gettysburg on the firs