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of wealth, education, and a member of the State Senate. He was killed at Manassas. At that battle the regiment was in Patrick's Brigade, Hatch's Division, and lost 32 killed, 165 wounded, and 82 missing; total, 279. At Antietam its casualties weunded, and 24 missing; total, 170. In July, 1863, the regiment was detached from its corps and ordered to report to General Patrick, the Provost Marshal of the army, for duty in his department. It remained on provost-duty at General Headquarters u Fifth Ohio Infantry. Candy's Brigade — Geary's Division--Twelfth Corps. (1) Col Samuel H. Dunning. (2) Col. John H. Patrick (Killed). (3) Col. Robert Kirkup. companies. killed and died of wounds. died of disease, accidents, in Prisoore the white stars on their caps. The Fifth was present at the hard fighting of the Atlanta Campaign, during which Colonel Patrick was killed at the battle of New Hope Church, and Major Henry E. Symmes fell mortally wounded at Kenesaw. Seven