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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 42, Part 3 (Richmond-Fort Fisher)
Page 1322 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. Chapter LIV.

Tabular statement of light artillery in the Department of North Carolina, & c. - Continued.

Battalions Battery 20-poun-der 10-poun-der 3-inch 12-poun-der

and field Parrotts Parrotts rifles Napoleons

officers

Second

Military

District


Starr's ---- ---- ---- ----

Dickson's 2 2 ---- ----

Starr's Section ---- ---- ---- ----

(13 North of

Carolina) Cuming's

Battalion, Webb's a ---- ---- ---- ----

Lieutenant

Colonel

J. B.

Starr

Lee's b ---- ---- 1 ----

Two ---- ---- ---- 2

sections

of

Kelly's c


One ---- ---- ---- ----

section

of

artillery

d

Third

Military

District


Staunton ---- ---- ---- 4

Hill

Artillery

Ellis' ---- ---- 1 1

Lieutenant Badham's ---- ---- ---- ----

Colonel

J. P. W.

Read

Major J. Adams' ---- ---- ---- ----

W. Moore


Souther-land's ---- ---- ---- ----

Continuation:

Battalions Battery 12-poun-der guns 6-poun-der guns 12-poun-der 6-poun-der

and field howitzers howitzers

officers

Second

Military

District


Starr's ---- 4 2 ----

Dickson's ---- ---- ---- ----

Starr's Section ---- 2 ---- ----

(13 North of

Carolina) Cuming's

Battalion, Webb's a ---- ---- 4 ----

Lieutenant

Colonel

J. B.

Starr

Lee's b ---- 2 1 ----

Two ---- ---- 2 ----

sections

of

Kelly's c


One ---- 2 1 ----

section

of

artillery

d

Third

Military

District


Staunton ---- ---- 2 ----

Hill

Artillery

Ellis' ---- 2 ---- ----

Lieutenant Badham's ---- 2 ---- 2

Colonel

J. P. W.

Read

Major J. Adams' ---- 2 2

-----

W. Moore


Souther-land's ---- 5 1 ----

a Belongs properly to 12th Virginia Battalion, First Military District.

b Belongs properly to Moseley's battalion, First Military District.

c One section serving, under Major Coit, in First Military District.

d For bridge defense - manned by disabled soldiers.

Tabular statement of heavy artillery in the Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia.

Where Commanding officer 32-poun-der navy 32-poun-der 24-poun-der 16-poun-der

located. banded smooth-bore howitzers Blakely

rifles navy rifles

guns

First

Military

District

Fort Lieutenant 2 2 2 1

Clifton Colonel

H. T.

Guion, of

the heavy

artillery

Around Colonel ---- ---- 1 ----

Petersburg H. P.

Jones, of

the light

artillery

High Major V. ---- ---- ---- ----

Bridge, on Maurin,

South Side of the

Railroad light

artillery

Mattoax, {---- ---- ---- ----

Richmond

and

Danville

Railroad.

Staunton Major F. ---- ---- ---- ----

River J. Boggs,

bridge, of the

Richmond light

and artillery

Danville {

Railroad.

Danville,

------

---- ---- ---- ----

Va

Hicksford, Lieutenant ---- ---- ---- ----

Va Colonel

J. J.

Garnett,

of the

artillery

Second

Military

District

Weldon,

-------

---- ---- ---- ----

N. C.

Plymouth, Colonel ---- ---- ---- ----

N. C. S. D.

Pool, of

the 10th

North

Carolina

Artillery

Washington

--------

---- ---- ---- ----

N. C.

-------

---- ---- ---- ----

Kinston,

N. C.

Continuation:

Where Commanding officer 30-poun-der 4.62-inch 3-inch 12-poun-der

located. Parrotts Parrotts navy mountain

Parrotts howitzers

First

Military

District

Fort Lieutenant 2 1 2 1

Clifton Colonel

H. T.

Guion, of

the heavy

artillery

Around Colonel 4 ---- ---- 1

Petersburg H. P.

Jones, of

the light

artillery

High Major V. ---- ---- ---- ----

Bridge, on Maurin,

South Side of the

Railroad light

artillery

Mattoax, {---- ---- ---- ----

Richmond

and

Danville

Railroad.

Staunton Major F. ---- ---- ---- ----

River J. Boggs,

bridge, of the

Richmond light

and artillery

Danville {

Railroad.

Danville,

------

---- ---- ---- ----

Va

Hicksford, Lieutenant ---- ---- ---- ----

Va Colonel

J. J.

Garnett,

of the

artillery

Second

Military

District

Weldon,

-------

---- ---- ---- 1

N. C.

Plymouth, Colonel ---- ---- ---- ----

N. C. S. D.

Pool, of

the 10th

North

Carolina

Artillery

Washington

--------

---- 1 ---- ----

N. C.

-------

---- ---- ---- ----

Kinston,

N. C.

Continuation:

Where Commanding officer 100-pounder 20-poun-der 62-poun-der 3-inch

located. Parrotts Parrotts rifles Dahl-

greens

First

Military

District

Fort Lieutenant ---- ---- ---- ----

Clifton Colonel

H. T.

Guion, of

the heavy

artillery

Around Colonel ---- ---- ---- ----

Petersburg H. P.

Jones, of

the light

artillery

High Major V. ---- 1 ---- ----

Bridge, on Maurin,

South Side of the

Railroad light

artillery

Mattoax, {---- 1 ---- ----

Richmond

and

Danville

Railroad.

Staunton Major F. ---- 2 ---- ----

River J. Boggs,

bridge, of the

Richmond light

and artillery

Danville {

Railroad.

Danville,

------

---- ---- ---- ----

Va

Hicksford, Lieutenant ---- ---- ---- ----

Va Colonel

J. J.

Garnett,

of the

artillery

Second

Military

District

Weldon,

-------

---- 1 ---- ----

N. C.

Plymouth, Colonel 1 ---- 1 4

N. C. S. D.

Pool, of

the 10th

North

Carolina

Artillery

Washington

--------

---- 1 1

-----

N. C.

-------

---- ---- ---- ----

Kinston,

N. C.


Page 1322 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. Chapter LIV.
OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 42, Part 3 (Richmond-Fort Fisher)
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