138 ?ª OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. [our. LIV.
Return of Casualties in the Union Forces—Continued.
Capt. Daniel C. Rix, 81st Infantry.
Capt. Elias A. Fish, 81st Infantry.
Capt. Lewis B. Porter, 81st Infantry.
Lieut. Samuel Dolbier, 81st Infantry.
Lieut. Squire M. Tuttle, 81st Infantry.
Lieut. David Nethaway, 81st Infantry.
Capt. William H. McKittrick, 115th In-
Lieut. J. Knox Williams, 117th Infantry.
Capt. John W. Swift, 139th Infantry,
Lieut. Benjamin F. Middleton, 139th In-
Maj. James L. Anderson, 2d Heavy Artil-
Lieut. Presley Cannon, 2d Heavy Artil-
Capt. John O'Neil, 55th Infantry.
Lieut. Blaney Adair, 55th Infantry.
Capt. Theodore Blakeley, 58th Infantry.
Capt. Daniel F. Linn, 58th Infantry.
Capt. Henry B. Dickson, 188th Infantry.
Lieut. John Carson, 188th Infantry.
Lieut. George McNeil, 188th Infantry.
U. S. COLORED TROOPS.
Lieut. Myron W. Smith, 1st Infantry.
Capt. George W. Sheldon, 6th Infantry.
Capt. Charles V. York, 6th Infantry.
Lieut. La Fayette Landon, 6th Infantry.
Lieut. Eber C. Pratt, 6th Infantry.
Lieut. Frederick Meyer, 6th Infantry.
Lieut. William H. McEvoy, 6th Infantry.
Lieut. Charles C. Cone, 8th Infantry.
Capt. Daniel Foster, 37th Infantry.
Lieut. William W. Moore, 38th Infantry.
U. S. VOLUNTEERS.
Brig. Gen. Hiram Burnham.
Lieut. Calvin M. Jenkins, 9th Infantry.
POPLAR SPRING CHURCH, VA. (OR WYATT'S, PEEBLES', AND PEGRAM'S FARMS,
CHAPPELL HOUSE, AND VAUGHAN ROAD), SEPTEMBER 30, 1864.*
Killed. Wounded. Captured or e,
44 Command. iiil pi '..' A
C tF C A 8
SECOND ARMY CORPS.
Bvt. Maj. Gen. GERSHOM MOTT.
Brig. Gen. P. Ilgois DE TE01313IAND.
1st Maine Heavy Artillery 2 5 1 3
17th Maine 1 2 3
40th New York 1 1
73d New York ..... ,..
86th New York
124th New York ..... , ..
99th Pennsylvania 1 1 2
110th Pennsylvania 1 2 3
2d U. S. Sharpshooters 3 3
Total First Brigade 4 1 14 1 20
*Losses in the same vicinity September 29 and October 1 and 2 are included.
tEngaged October 2.