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t Murray, Medical Director, with return of casualties. No. 89.-Capt. J. H. Gilman,--Nineteenth U. S. Infantry, Inspector of Artillery. No. 90.-Brig. Gen. Alexander McD. McCook, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division. No. 91.-Brig. Gen. Lovell H. Rousseau, U. S. Army, commanding Fourth Brigade. No. 92.-Col. Thomas T. Crittenden, Sixth Indiana Infantry. No 93.-Maj. John H. King, Fifteenth U. S. Infantry, commanding battalion of Fifteenth and Sixteenth U. S. Infantry. No. 94.-Captded. 87 1,426 1,513 336 6,265 6,601 115 2,318 2,830 10,944 Army of the Ohio.--Maj. Gen. D. C. Buell. Second Division.                     Brig. Gen. A. Mcd. Mccook.                     Fourth Brigade.                     Brig. Gen. L. H. Rousseau.                     15th U. S. Infantry, First Battalion   4 4 4 55 59       63 16th U. S. Infantry, First Battalion 2 4 6 1 49 50       56 19th U. S. Infantry, First Battalion   5 5 2
Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Chapter XXII: Operations in Kentucky, Tennessee, North Mississippi, North Alabama, and Southwest Virginia. March 4-June 10, 1862. (ed. Lieut. Col. Robert N. Scott), April 29-June 10, 1862.-advance upon and siege of Corinth, and pursuit of the Confederate forces to Guntown, Miss. (search)
exander McD. McCook, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division, of operations from April 8 to May 30. headquarters Second Division, In Camp, July 2, 1862. Colonel: In compliance with section II of Special Field Orders, No. 99, June 9 1862, from Department of the Mississippi, I have the honor to submit the following report of the operations of my division from the time of leaving Pittsburg Landing to the evacuation of Corinth: My division consists of the Fourth Brigade, Brig. Gen. L. H. Rousseau; Sixth Brigade, Brigadier-General Johnson, and the Fifth Brigade, Col. F. S. Stumbaugh. On the morning of April 8, the day succeeding the battle of Shiloh, I marched my division from Pittsburg Landing, where it had bivouacked the night of the battle, some 2 miles to the front, where I bivouacked until April 15, awaiting the arrival of my transportation. As my division suffered severely in this camp from sickness, occasioned by bad water and the stench arising from the unburied
s regiment appears again in this same list. Stone's River Rousseau's Fourteenth 102 11th Illinois Fort Donelson McClernan10th Ohio Chaplin Hills Perryville, Ky., Oct. 8, 1862. Rousseau's ------ 84 49th Ohio Pickett's Mills T. J. Wood's Fou Wagner Seymour's Tenth 83 15th Kentucky Chaplin Hills Rousseau's ------ 82 36th Wisconsin Cold Harbor June 1st, 49iamsburg Hooker's Third 77 1st Wisconsin Chaplin Hills Rousseau's ------ 77 12th U. S. Infantry Gaines' Mill Sykes's Fettysburg Alex. Hays's Second 64 3d Ohio Chaplin Hills Rousseau's ------ 64 21st Wisconsin Chaplin Hills Rousseau's --Rousseau's ------ 64 5th U. S. Colored Chaffin's Farm Paine's Eighteenth 63 5th Vermont Wilderness Getty's Sixth 63 8th New Yorkond Nelson's ------ 54 79th Pennsylvania Chaplin Hills Rousseau's ------ 54 105th Pennsylvania Fair Oaks Kearny's Thirille Schurz's Eleventh 53 10th Wisconsin Chaplin Hills Rousseau's ------ 52 38th Ohio Chickasaw Bluffs Steele's Fiftee
iams's 142 31 21+ 147th New York* Gettysburg Wadsworth's 380 76 20+ 3d Ohio Chaplin Hills Rousseau's 502 64 12+ 4th Ohio Fredericksburg French's 113 12 11+ 5th Ohio Cedar Mountain Augur's m French's 341 43 12+ 8th Ohio Gettysburg Alex. Hays's 209 28 13+ 10th Ohio Chaplin Hills Rousseau's 528 84 15+ 14th Ohio Chickamauga Brannan's 449 81 18+ 25th Ohio Gettysburg Barlow's 220t's 156 26 16+ 10th Vermont Cedar Creek Ricketts's 277 27 10+ 1st Wisconsin Chaplin Hills Rousseau's 407 77 18+ 2d Wisconsin Manassas Hatch's 511 87 17+ 2d Wisconsin Gettysburg Wadsworth'sms's 340 41 12+ 4th Wisconsin Port Hudson Paine's 222 45 20+ 10th Wisconsin Chaplin Hills Rousseau's 376 52 13+ 14th Wisconsin Vicksburg (May 22) McArthur's 256 30 11+ 15th Wisconsin Dalla 12+ 17th U. S. Infantry Gettysburg Barnes's 260 43 16+ 18th U. S. Infantry Stone's River Rousseau's 603 102 16+ 5th U. S. Colored Chaffin's Farm Paine's 550 85 15+ 6th U. S. Colored Chaff
sions into action at Stone's River. The centre, under Thomas, was composed of Rousseau's and Negley's Divisions; the right wing, under McCook, of Davis', Johnson's, g at Hoover's Gap, June 24--25. It was then composed of the four divisions of Rousseau, Negley, Brannan, and Reynolds. Its losses at Hoover's Gap amounted to 27 kil, the Fourteenth was next engaged at Chickamauga. General Baird had succeeded Rousseau in command of the First Division. The four divisions then contained 51 regimeavannah Argyle Island Monteith Swamp Averasboro Bentonville Nashville. Rousseau's Fourth Division (20th A. C.) participated in the battle of Nashville. Thiary and Butterfield, there was a Fourth Division, under command of Major-General Lovell H. Rousseau. This division was detached on post or garrison duty and never jof the Twentieth were unaware of the existence of a Fourth Division. A part of Rousseau's Division was engaged in the Tennessee campaign against Hood, in 1864, and wa
y 126 125th Ohio Infantry Transferred subsequently to the First Brigade. 118   Total (during the war) 1,107 The greatest percentage of loss in any brigade, in any one action during the war, occurred at Gettysburg, in Harrow's (1st) Brigade, Gibbon's (2d) Division, Second Corps. Its loss, as officially reported, was:--   Killed. Wounded. Including the mortally wounded. Missing. Aggregate. 19th Maine 29 166 4 199 15th Massachusetts 23 97 28 148 1st Minnesota 50 173 1 224 82d New York (2d N. Y. S. M.) 45 132 15 192   Total 147 568 48 763 The four regiments took 1,246 officers and men into action — a loss of 61 per cent. The Iron Brigade, also, lost 61 per cent, at Gettysburg; but the loss includes 267, captured or missing. At Stone's River, the Regular Brigade (15th, 16th, 18th, 19th United States Infantry), of Rousseau's Division, Fourteenth Corps, lost 94 killed, 489 wounded, and 47 missing; total, 630, out of 1,566 enga
ryville, Ky. It was then in Harris's Brigade, Rousseau's Division, McCook's Corps; loss, 21 killed, oon after, it commenced its active service in Rousseau's Brigade, McCook's Division. In March, 1862tate from the North. Having been assigned to Rousseau's Brigade of McCook's Division, it remained i. Proceeding to Ken tucky it reported to General Rousseau, and, having been assigned to McCook's Brme, after which it marched to Shiloh, then in Rousseau's Division. Its loss at Shiloh was 10 killede of Chaplin Hills. The regiment was then in Rousseau's Division, which sustained the main force ofy 14, 1862. It was then in Kirk's Brigade of Rousseau's Division. It fought at Shiloh — then in Mc1862. It was then in Starkweather's Brigade, Rousseau's Division, McCook's Corps, and its loss amouth United States Infantry King's Brigade — Rousseau's Division--Fourteenth Corps. Colonel Henlighteenth United States Infantry, and was in Rousseau's (1st) Division, Fourteenth Corps. The Elig[4 more...]<
        Oct. 8, 1862.             10th Ohio Rousseau's ---------- 60 169 -- 229 15th Kentucky RousseRousseau's ---------- 66 130 -- 196 75th Illinois Mitchell's ---------- 46 167 12 225 1st Wisconsin Rousseau'sRousseau's ---------- 58 132 14 204 105th Ohio Jackson's ---------- 43 147 13 203 3d Ohio Rousseau's ---------- 43Rousseau's ---------- 43 147 -- 190 98th Ohio Jackson's ---------- 35 162 32 229 79th Pennsylvania Rousseau's ---------- 40 146 Rousseau's ---------- 40 146 30 216 21st Wisconsin Rousseau's ---------- 38 103 56 197 123d Illinois Jackson's ---------- 35 119 35 1Rousseau's ---------- 38 103 56 197 123d Illinois Jackson's ---------- 35 119 35 189 10th Wisconsin Rousseau's ---------- 37 109 4 150 22d Indiana Mitchell's ---------- 49 87 23 159 PRousseau's ---------- 37 109 4 150 22d Indiana Mitchell's ---------- 49 87 23 159 Pocotaligo, S. C.             Oct. 22, 1862.             47th Pennsylvania Brannan's ---------- 18 94 -- talions, numbering 603 officers and men in action. Rousseau's The Army of the Cumberland was then the Fourourteenth 26 115 26 167 16th U. S. Inf., 8 Cos. Rousseau's Fourteenth 16 133 16 165 44th
h. June, ‘61 10th Ohio 3 86 89 2 77 79 168 Rousseau's Fourteenth. June, ‘61 11th Ohio Reenl Enlisted for one year.         102 102 102 Rousseau's Twentieth. Sept., ‘64 177th Ohio Enliio Enlisted for one year.         80 80 80 Rousseau's Twentieth. Sept., ‘64 180th Ohio Enliio Enlisted for one year.         61 61 61 Rousseau's Twentieth. Oct., ‘64 183d Ohio Enlist through the war. Stone's   10 10 1 21 22 32 Rousseau's Fourteenth. Oct., ‘61 Ky. B--Hewett's through the war. Loomis's 1 11 12   28 28 40 Rousseau's Fourteenth. Nov., ‘61 B-- Reenlisted d served through the war.   5 5   188 188 193 Rousseau's Twentieth. Jan., ‘62 14th Wisconsin R   16th United States 7 92 99 2 179 181 280 Rousseau's Fourteenth.   17th United States 9 92 10   18th United States 9 209 218 6 246 252 470 Rousseau's Fourteenth.   19th United States 3 55 58 2 124 126 184 Rousseau's Fourteenth.   Cavalry.                   Dec., ‘63 2d U. S. Colore
c. 70-the rebel Navy. On board of one of the rebel gunboats captured in the North-carolina waters were found their book of naval signals, uniform-books, many despatches, log-books, together with their naval-register, containing a list of all their officers who deserted the flag of the Union to take service in the insurgent navy. All these papers and documents were transmitted by Com. Goldsborough to the Navy Department. The following list of the navy is among them: Captains. Law. Rousseau,Geo. N. Hollins, French Forrest,D. N. Ingraham, Josiah Tatnall,Samuel Barron, V. M. Randolph,Wm. F. Lynch, Frank Buchanan,Isaac S. Sterett. commanders. Sidney S. Lee,John K. Mitchell, Wm. C. Whittle,Mat. F. Maury, Robt. D. Thorburn,Raphael Semmes, Robt. G. Robb,John R. Tucker, Wm. W. Hunter,Thomas J. Page, Henry K. Hoff,George Minor, Ebenezer Farrand,Robt. F. Pinkney, H. K. Thatcher,Thos. R. Rootes, John S. Missroon,H. J. Hartstene, Richard L. Page,J. L. Henderson, Frederic
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