War of the Rebellion: Serial 090 Page 1002 OPERATIONS IN N. VA., W. VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter XLVI.

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Strength of the infantry of the Army of the Valley District, August 20, 1864, as shown by inspection reports of this date.

Troops. Aggregate Aggregate Aggregate

present for present. present and

duty. absent.

Gordon's

division:

Headquarters 7 7 8

York's brigade 614 803 3,708

Terry's brigade 858 963 6,042

Evans' brigade 1,344 1,597 4,254

Total 2,823 3,370 14,012

Rodes' division:

Battle's brigade 966 1,154 3,271

Grimes' brigade 918 1,113 3,317

Cook's brigade 699 902 2,447

Cox's brigade 803 991 4,085

Total 3,386 4,160 13,120

Ramseur's

division:

Headquarters 11 11 12

Pegram's brigade 595 831 2,334

Johnston's 600 742 2,410

brigade

Godwin's brigade 854 928 2,627

Total 2,060 2,512 7,383

Grand total 8,269 10 042 34,515

Organization of the Army of the Valley District, August 20, 1864.*

RODES' DIVISION.+

Major General ROBERT E. RODES.

Grimes' Brigade.

Brigadier General BRYAN GRIMES.

32nd North Carolina.

43rd North Carolina.

45th North Carolina.

53rd North Carolina.

2nd North Carolina Battalion.

Cox's Brigade.

Brigadier General WILLIAM R. COX.

1st North Carolina.

2nd North Carolina.

3rd North Carolina.

4th North Carolina.

14th North Carolina.

30th North Carolina.

Cook'x Brigade.

Brigadier General PHILIP COOK.

4th Georgia.

12th Georgia.

21st Georgia.

44th Georgia.

Battle's Brigade.

Brigadier General CULLEN A. BATTLE.

3rd Alabama.

5th Alabama.

6th Alabama.

12th Alabama.

61st Alabama.

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* As shown by inspection reports; cavalry and artillery not accounted for.

+ Regimental commanders not indicated on inspection report.

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