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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 14, Part 1 (Secessionville)
Page 575 Chapter XXVI. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-CONFEDERATE.

Abstract from Monthly Report of the strength of the Department of South Carolina and Georgia, commanded by Major General J. C. Pemberton, for June, 1862.

Present for duty.

Commanding Troops. Office Men. Aggrega Aggrega

officer. rs. te te

present present

and

absent

Brigadier Second

General N. G. Military

Evans. District 194 2,663 3,634 4,265

(formerly

the Third)

Colonel W. S. Third

Walker. Military 73 1,062 1,374 1,576

District.

Brigadier Fourth

General T. F. Military

Drayton. District 112 1,904 2,369 2,622

(formerly

the Sixth)

Brigadier James 677 10,257 13,882 16,963

General S. R. Island

Gist.

Brigadier Military 380 6,053 8,524 10,230

General H. W. District of

Mercer. Georgia.

Grand total. 1,436 21,939 29,783 35,656

Organization of troops in the Department of South Carolina and Georgia commanded by Major General J. C. Pemberton, June, 1862.

FIRST MILITARY DISTRICT.

Brigadier General WILLIAM D. SMITH commanding. (?)

JAMES ISLAND.

Brigadier General S. R. GIST commanding.

46th Georgia, Colonel [P. H.] Colquitt.

47th Georgia, Colonel [G. W. M.] Williams.

51st Georgia, Colonel W. M. Slaughter.

1st South Carolina, Colonel J. Hagood.

15th South Carolina, Colonel W. D. De Saussure.

18th South Carolina, Colonel J. M. Gadberry.

20th South Carolina, Colonel L. M. Keitt.

21st South Carolina, Colonel R. F. Graham.

22nd South Carolina, Colonel S. D. Goodlett.

23rd South Carolina, Colonel H. L. Benbow.

24th South Carolina, Colonel C. H. Stevens.

25th South Carolina, Lieutenant Colonel [C. H.] Simonton.

Charleston Battalion, Lieutenant-Colonel Gaillard.

South Carolina Battalion, Lieutenant-Colonel James.

South Carolina Battalion, Lieutenant-Colonel Smith.

3rd Battalion South Carolina Cavalry, Captain Hampton.

Battalion South Carolina Cavalry, Major Byrd.

South Carolina Cavalry Company, Captain Disher.

South Carolina Cavalry Company, Captain Johnson.

South Carolina Cavalry, Captain McKewn.

German Hussars, Captain Cordes.

1st South Carolina Artillery, Colonel T. G. Lamar.

Battalion South Carolina Artillery, Major Lucas.

Battalion South Carolina Artillery, Lieutenant-Colonel White.

German Artillery, Company A, Captain Werner.

South Carolina Light Artillery, Captain Kanapaux.

South Carolina Light Battery, Captain Boyce.

South Carolina Light Battery, Captain Campbell.

South Carolina Light Battery, Captain Preston.

Nelson Artillery (Virginia), light battery.

Major Emanuel's command, near Georgetown.

Colonel Huger's command, James Island.


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