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Brig. Gen. AUGUST V. KAUTZ.
First Brigade. Second Brigade.
Col. SIMON H. Mix. Col SAMUEL P. SPEAR.
1st District of Columbia, Lieut. Col. Ev- 5th Pennsylvania, Lieut. Col. Christo-
erton J. Conger. pher Kleinz.
3d New York, Lieut. Col. George W. 11th Pennsylvania, Lieut. Col. George
New York Light, 8th Battery (section), Lieut. Peter Morton.
1st New York Mounted Rifles, Col. Benjamin F. Onderdonk.
1st U. S. Colored Cavalry, Maj. Harvey W. Brown.
2d U. S. Colored Cavalry, Col. George W. Cole.
13th CompanyMassachusetts Heavy Artillery (pontoniers),
Capt. John Pickering, jr.
Return of Casualties in the Union forces, commanded by Lieut. Gen.
Ulysses S. Grant, from the Rapidan to the James River, May-
[Compiled from nominal lists of casualties, returns, &c.]
BATTLE OF THE. WILDERNESS, MAY 5-7,1864.*
5th U. S. Cavalry, Companies B, F, and Kt
ARMY OF THE POTOMAC.
Maj. Gen. GEORGE G. MEADE.
Brig. Gen. MARSENA R. PATRICK.
1st Massachusetts Cavalry, Companies C and D
80th New York Infantry (20th Militia)
3d Pennsylvania Cavalry
68th Pennsylvania Infantry
114th Pennsylvania Infantry
Total provost guard t
50th New York
Battalion United States t
GUARDS AND ORDERLIES
Killed. Wounded. Captured or 1
ig g g t
Independent Company Oneida (New York) Cav-
*Embracing all combats under the various names of the Wilderness, Parker's Store,
Craig's Meeting House, Brock Road, Todd's Tavern, and the Furnaces.
1. Loss, if any, not of record.