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nated the Eleventh Battalion, which was subsequently increased by two companies of similar material left by the Sixteenth Massachusetts. Twelfth Massachusetts Infantry. Baxter's Brigade — Robinson's Division--First Corps. (1) Col. Fletcher Webster (Killed). (2) Col. James L Bates. companies. killed and died of wounds. died of disease, accidents, in Prison, &c. Total Enrollment. Officers. Men. Total. Officers. Men. Total. Field and Staff 4   4       17 Company A 3 21 ice in April, 1862, in the Shenandoah Valley, then in Hartsuff's (3d) Brigade, Ricketts's (2d) Division, McDowell's Corps. While in this command it was engaged at Manassas, where its losses amounted to 13 killed, 61 wounded, and 63 missing; Colonel Webster, a son of Daniel Webster, was killed there. The regiment faced a terrible fire at Antietam, losing 49 killed, 165 wounded, and 10 missing, out of 334 present on the field; Major Elisha Burbank was mortally wounded in that battle. At Fred