War of the Rebellion: Serial 096 Page 1112 N. AND SE. VA., N. C., W. VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter LVIII.

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Abstract from tri-monthly return of the Department of Richmond, Lieutenant General Richmond, S. Ewell, Commanding, for January 20, 1865.

Present

for duty. Prisoners.

Comman Office Men Effect Aggreg Aggreg Office Men

d rs ive ate ate rs

total presen presen

presen t t and

t absent

Genera 11 ... ... 11 11 ... ...

l

staff

Virgin 44 773 824 1,631 1,631

ia

brigad

e

Local 56 395 486 2,719 2,719

Defens

e

bridge

Barton 87 901 971 3,665 3,655

's

comman

d

2nd 17 112 138 817 817

Battal

ion,

Virgin

ia

Reserv

es

Total 204 2,181 2,419 8,832 8,832

Gary's 57 1,187 1,478 3,503 3,503

brigad

e

Richmo 54 1,114 1,219 1,354 1,354

nd

Artill

ery

Defens

e a

9th 14 403 420 441 610

Georgi

a

Battal

ion

Artill

ery

Total 68 1,517 1,639 1,838 3,964

Grand 34 4,885 5,536 6,442 16,310

total

a Detached at Chaffin's 1,712.

Organization of Troops in the Department of Richmond, commanded by Lieutenant General Richard S. Ewell, January 20, 1865.

Virginia Brigade.

Colonel ROBERT M. MAYO.

40th Virginia.

47th Virginia.

55th Virginia.

22nd Virginia Battalion.

Barton's Command.

Brigadier General SETH M. BARTON.

25th Virginia and 18th Georgia Battalions.

1st Battalion Virginia Reserves

3rd and 4th Battalions Virginia Reserves.

Local Defense Brigade.

Brigadier General GEORGE W. C. LEE.

2nd Regiment.

3rd Regiment.

1st Battalion.

4th Battalion.

5th Battalion.

2nd Battalion Reserves, Lieutenant Colonel John H. Guy.

Gary's Brigade.

Brigadier General MARTIN W. GARY.

7th Georgia.

7th South Carolina.

Hamton (South Carolina) Legion.

24th Virginia.

Richmond Artillery Defenses.

Lieutenant Colonel JOHN C. PEMBERTON.

10th Virginia Battalion Heavy Artillery, Major James O. Hensley.

18th Virginia Battalion Heavy Artillery, Major mark B. Hardin.

19th Virginia Battalion Heavy Artillery, Major N. R. Cary.

20th Virginia Battalion Heavy Artillery, Major James E. Robertson.

Caroline Light Artillery, Captain Thomas R. Thorton.

Nelson Light Artillery, Numbers 2., Captain J. Henry Rives.

Surry Light Artillery, Captain James D. Hankins.

9th Georgia Battalion Artillery, Major Austin Leyden.

Garrison at Chaffin's, Lieutenant Colonel Robert A. Hardaway.