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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 6, Part 1 (Fort Pulaski - New Orleans)
Page 237 Chapter XV. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-UNION.

are quick to fight when occasion officers, but as quick to fall when misfortune occurs.

Yours, very truly,

T. W. SHERMAN,

Brigade-General.

Abstract from return of the Expeditionary Corps commanded by Brigadier General Thomas W. Sherman, U. S. Army, for February, 1862.

P R E S E N T

Officers. Men.

Station For Total. For Total. Aggreg Remarks.

s. duty. duty. ate

presen

t and

absent

.

Beaufor 121 138 2,895 3,373 3,373 The 2nd

t, S. Brigade and

C.... Rockwell's

(Connecticut

battery.

Daufusk 34 37 790 852 906 Headquarters

e 1st Brigade

Island, and 48th New

S. C.. York.

Edisto 21 22 538 572 613 47th New

Island, York.

S. C..

Fort 61 65 1,310 1,570 1,705 76th

Welles, Pennsylvania

S. C.. and 3rd

Rhode

Island.

Hilton 188 201 4,657 5,034 5,568 8th. Maine,

Head, 28th

S. C... Massachusett

s 1st

Massachusett

s Cavalry, 3

New

Hampshire, 1

st New York

Engineers,

and 55th

Pennsylvania

.

Otter 33 33 772 856 935 45th

Island. Pennsylvania

Savanna 2 2 60 63 146 3rd U. S.

h River Artillery,

Battery E

Tybee 59 66 1,316 1,546 1,655 7th

Island, Connecticut

Ga.. and 46th New

York.

Warsaw 129 131 3,006 3,267 3,708 Headquarters

Sound, 3rd Brigade,

Ga... 6th

Connecticut,

9th Maine,

4th New

Hampshire,

and 97th

Pennsylvania

.

Divisio 28 28 26 26 55 Headquarters

n staff, 7c.

headqua

rters..

Total.. 676 723 15,370 17,159 19,028

ORGANIZATION OF THE EXPEDITIONARY CORPS, FEBRUARY 28, 1862.

First Brigade.

Brigadier General EGBERT L. VIELE.

8th Manne, Colonel John D. Rust.

3rd New Hampshire, Colonel E. Q. Fellows.

46th New York, Colonel Rudolph Rosa.

47th New York, Colonel Henry Moore.

48th New York, Colonel James H. Perry.

55th Pennsylvania, Colonel Richard White.

Second Brigade.

Brigadier General ISAAC I. STEVENS.

8th Michigan, Colonel Wm. M. Fenton.

79th New York, Colonel Addison Farnsworth.

50th Pennsylvania, Colonel B. C. Christ.

100th Pennsylvania, Colonel Daniel Leasure.

Third Brigade.

Brigadier General HORATIO G. WRIGHT.

6th Connecticut, Colonel John L. Chatfield.

7th Connecticut, Colonel Alfred H. Terry.

9th Maine, Colonel Rishworth H. Terry.

4th New Hampshire, Colonel Thomas J. Whipple.

97th Pennsylvania, Colonel Henry R. Guss.

Troops not brigaded.

28th Massachusetts, Colonel Wm. Montieth.

1st New York Engineers, Colonel E. W. Serrell.

45th Pennsylvania, Colonel Thomas Welsh.

76th Pennsylvania, Colonel John M. Power.

3rd Rhode Island, Colonel Nathaniel W. Brown.

1st Massachusetts Cavalry, Colonel Robert Williams.

1st Connecticut Battery, Captain A. P. Rockwell.

3rd U. S. Artillery, Battery E, Captain John Hamilton.


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