HDQRS. ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT, RIGHT WING,
OCTOBER 14, 1862.
General Garnett's ASSISTANT ADJUTANT-GENERAL.
COLONEL: I have the honor to transmit the report containing the number of guns and caissons lost or abandoned in Maryland belonging to this command, in accordance to your order of the - instant; all of which is respectfully submitted.
Battalion Washington Artillery.-One 12-pounder caisson, left on field, was burned the night we fell back, by Colonel Anderson's brigade.
McLaw's Division.-Captain Read's battery, one 3-inch rifle guns. Captain H. H. Carlton's battery, one 12-pounder howitzer (brass) in battle of Crampton's Gap. Captain Lloyd's battery (Ransom's brigade), one 6-pounder gun (brass) and two caissons.
Lee's Battalion Artillery.-Captain. T. C. Jordan's battery, one 12-pounder howitzer caisson. Captain A. B. Rhett's battery, one 12-pounder howitzer limber. Captain W. W. Parker's battery, rear chests 12-pounder howitzer caisson. Captain G. V. Moody's battery, one forge in Potomac. Captain Pichegru Wooldfolk's Jr.'s battery, one 12-pounder howitzer and limber. Captain Morman's [M. N. Moorman - see his reply] battery, two 10-pounder Parrott guns and rear carriage of caisson. Captain Maurin's [see his reply] battery (Pryor's brigade), one 10-pounder rifle (Parrott) and caisson. One caisson was destroyed by the enemy's shell during the fight.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
P. T. MANNING,
Lieutenant-Colonel and Chief of Ordnance, Right Wing.
Source: OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, Vol 19, Part 1 (Antietam - Serial 27) , Pages 843 - 844