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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 37, Part 1 (Monocacy)
Page 571 Chapter XLIX. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-UNION.

Abstract from return of the Department of West Virginia, Major General David Hunter, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of May, 1864.

Present for Pieces of

duty. artillery.

Command. Office Men Aggreg Aggrega Hea Fiel

rs ate te vy d

presen present

t and

absent

General 14 --- 14 14 -- --

headquarters

Signal Corps 13 96 112 112 -- --

First Division 155 4,245 4,851 6,530 -- --

Second Division 286 6,116 7,256 9,834 -- --

First Cavalry 118 2,722 4,227 7,644 -- --

Division

Second Cavalry 88 2,264 2,661 5,156 -- --

Division

Reserve Division 637 14,666 16,634 19,673 37 45

Artillery Brigade 17 509 559 667 -- --

Frederick, Md. 3 77 113 119 -- --

Wheeling, W. Va. 3 71 82 85 -- --

Total 1,334 30,766 36,509 49,834 37 45

Troops in the Department of West Virginia, Major General David Hunter, U. S. Army, commanding, May 31, 1864.

FIRST INFANTRY DIVISION.

Brigadier General JEREMIAH C. SULLIVAN.

First Brigade.

Colonel AUGUSTUS MOOR.

18th Connecticut, Major Henry Peale.

2nd Maryland Eastern Shore, Colonel Robert S. Rodgers.

28th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Gottfried Becker.

116th Ohio, Colonel James Washburn.

123rd Ohio, Major Horace Kellogg.

Second Brigade.

Colonel JOSEPH THOBURN.

34th Massachusetts, Colonel George D. Wells.

5th New York Heavy Artillery (four companies), Lieutenant Colonel Edward Murray.

54th Pennsylvania, Colonel Jacob M. Campbell.

1st West Virginia, Lieutenant Colonel Jacob Weddle.

12th West Virginia, Colonel William B. Curtis.

SECOND INFANTRY DIVISION.

Brigadier General GEORGE CROOK.

First Brigade.

Colonel RUTHERFORD B. HAYES.

23rd Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel James M. Comly.

36th Ohio, Colonel Hiram F. Devol.

5th West Virginia, Colonel Abia A. Tomlinson.

13th West Virginia, Colonel William R. Brown.

Second Brigade.

Colonel CARR B. WHITE.

12th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan D. Hines.

91st Ohio, Colonel John A. Turley.

9th West Virginia, Colonel Isaac H. Duval.

14th West Virginia, Colonel Daniel D. Johnson.

Third Brigade.

Colonel HORATIO G. SICKEL.

3rd Pennsylvania Reserves, Captain Robert Johnson.

4th Pennsylvania Reserves, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas F. B. Tapper.

11th West Virginia, Colonel Daniel Frost.

15th West Virginia, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Morris.

Artillery.

Captain JAMES R. McMULLIN.

1st Kentucky Battery, Captain Daniel W. Glassie.

1st Ohio Battery, Captain James R. McMullin.


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