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1865 Report

Troops in the Field
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The following table shows the condition of the SECOND REGIMENTat the several dates specified, and the stations at which they then were. In this table and in all similar statements, the columns "On Duty," includes those present for duty, those on extra and special duty, and those on detached service:

(see Legend, below)

SECOND REGIMENT

ABCDEFGHI
1864.
Oct. 31, Strasburg, Va. 560 302 227 - 2 10 19
Dec. 1, "Camp Russell." 555 305 213 - 27 8 2
Dec. 31, Near Petersburg, Va. 544 329 181 2 25 7 -
1865.
Jan 31, Patrick's Station, Va. 547 343 173 4 22 5 -
March 1, do 536 340 164 8 21 3 -
April 1, In the Field, Va. 529 345 154 10 17 3 -
May 3, Danville, Va. 513 327 160 2 13 11 -
June 7, In the Field, Va. 495 312 149 9 13 12 -
June 30, Near Alexandria, Va. 311 209 84 7 5 2 4

The casualties and changes among commissioned officers, which have occurred in all the regiments during the years, will be found the printed Roster Appendix D.

The casualties among enlisted men, in the Second Regiment, during the year, have been as follows:--Mustered out of service, 423, transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps, 40; discharged, 59; deserted, 34; died, 71; total, 627.

The recruits for the regiment, whose terms of service were to expire previous to October 1, 1865, were mustered out of service June 19, 1865. The residue of the regiment, entire, was mustered out of service July 15, 1865. The regiment left Washington for Burlington, Vt., on the sixteenth of July, arriving on the nineteenth, and was paid and discharged on the twenty-fifth. The official report of Col. Tracy is published in Appendix C.

The following statement shows the condition of the THIRD REGIMENTat the several dates specified, and the stations:

THIRD REGIMENT

ABCDEFGHI
1864.
Sep. 30, In the Field, Va. 462 229 217 - 12 4 -
Oct. 31, Strasburg, Va. 571 251 231 - 84 5 -
Dec. 1, "Camp Russell, Va." 569 269 212 2 81 5 -
1865.
Jan 1, Camp in the Field, Va. 497 306 177 1 3 4 6
Feb. 1, Patrick Station, Va. 500 333 152 3 7 4 1
Mar. 2, do 488 331 139 8 2 2 6
Apr. 19, do 485 336 133 8 2 2 4
May 6, Near Danville, Va. 480 322 143 3 10 2 -
June 3, Camp in the Field, Va. 466 320 128 7 9 2 -
July 6, Defences of Washington, 351 240 89 12 7 3 -

The regiment was consolidated into six companies, July 25, 1864; Company D was consolidated with E; Co. F with B, I, and K; Co. G with I; and Co. H with K.

The Report of Col. Horace W. Floyd, of the movements of the regiment from April 2, 1865, until it was mustered out of service, is published in Appendix C.

The casualties among enlisted men, in the regiment, during the year, have been as follows:--Mustered out of service, 362; transferred to veteran Reserve Corps, 22; discharged, 75; deserted, 83; died, 54; total, 596.

The recruits, whose terms of service were to expire previous to October 1, 1865, were mustered out of service June 19, 1865.

The residue of the regiment was mustered out of service, entire, July 11, 1865.

The following statement shows the condition of the FOURTH REGIMENTat the several dates specified, and the stations:

FOURTH REGIMENT

ABCDEFGHI
1864.
Oct. 22, Strasburg, Va. 551 195 200 3 5 4 144
Nov. 4, " 566 217 190 2 11 4 142
Dec. 2, Camp Russell, Va. 568 241 174 2 5 2 144
1865.
Jan 1,In the Field, Va.565256159453138
Feb. 2,Near Patrick Station, Va.5432671426-2126
Mar. 3,Near Petersburg, Va.7573652511323123
Apr. 2,Patrick Station, Va.75239725018-285
June 6,Camp in the Field.69339223015-9247
July 1,Near Washington, D. C.53929418523-235

The regiment was consolidated into six companies, Feb.25, 1865: Co. G was consolidate with B, F, and D; Co. H with C and E; Co. I with F; and Co. K with B and D. On the same day the Second and Third companies of Sharp Shooters, with which the First company of Sharp Shooters had been consolidated, Dec. 23, 1864, were transferred to the regiment, and became, respectively, Companies G and H.

The casualties among the enlisted men in the regiment, during the year, have been as follows:--Mustered out of service, 631; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps, 15; discharged, 88; deserted, 20; died, 107; total, 861.

The original members of the regiment, who had not re-enlisted, were mustered out of service Sept. 30, 1864.

The recruits, whose terms of service were to expire previous to October 1, 1865, were mustered out of service June 19, 1865. The residue of the regiment was mustered out of service, entire, July 13, 1865.

The following statement shows the condition of the FIFTH REGIMENTat the several dates specified, and the stations:

FIFTH REGIMENT

ABCDEFGHI
1864.
Oct. 31,In the Field, Va.51628821467-1
Dec. 1,Camp Russell,524310203110--
1865
Jan. 15,Patrick Station, Va.5323401727103-
Feb. 16,Patrick Station, Va.57440314810-310
Apr. 15, N'r Burkesville station, Va.5884041611--22
May 15Danville, Va.59340316111--18
June 15In the Field, Va.57140231122142-

The casualties among enlisted men in the regiment during the year, have been as follows:--Mustered out of service, 524; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps, 26; discharged, 74; deserted,18; died, 60; total, 702.

The recruits, whose terms of service were to expire previous to October 1, 1865, were mustered out of service June 19, 1865. The residue of the regiment was mustered out of service, entire, June 29, 1865.

The following statement shows the condition of the SIXTH REGIMENTat the several dates specified, and the stations:

SIXTH REGIMENT

ABCDEFGHI
1864.
Oct. 3,Harrisonburg, Vt.669398266-32-
Nov. 10, In the Field, Va.555312232182-
Dec. 3,Camp Russell, Va.5593252211111-
1865
Jan. 1,In the Field, Va.555347195211--
Feb. 2, do459474158611--
Mar. 6,do550374156148--
Apr. 17, do563400146125--
May 05Danville, Va.560404150-42-
June 10Near Munson's Hill, Va5394101111035-

The regiment was consolidated into six companies, October 16, 1864: Co. B was consolidated with Co. H; Co. D with I; Co. E with K; and Co. F with A.

The detailed report of Col. Sumner H. Lincoln, of the movement and operations of the regimen from November 10, 1864, until mustered out of service, is published in Appendix C.

The casualties among enlisted men in the regiment, during the year, have been as follows:--Mustered out of service, 515; transferred to Veteran Reserve Corps, 38; discharged, 63; deserted, 8; died, 54; total, 678.

The original members of the regiment, who had not re-enlisted, were mustered out of service October 28,1864. The recruits, whose terms of service were to expire previous to October 1, 1865, were mustered out of service June 19, 1865. The residue of the regiment was mustered out of service entire, June 26, 1865.

Legend:


A - Date
B - Station.
C - Aggregate
D - On Duty
E - Sick
F - Absent with Leave
G - Absent without Leave
H - In arrest or confinement
I - Prisons
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