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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 42, Part 3 (Richmond-Fort Fisher)
Page 1187 Chapter LIV. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-CONFEDERATE.

Abstract from monthly return of the Army of Northern Virginia, &c.-Continued.

Present for Pieces of

duty. artillery.

Command. Officers. Men. Effective Aggregate Aggregate Horses. Field.

total present. present and

present. absent.

Cavalry 12 ...... ..... 12 14 ...... .....

Corps

(Hampton).

Hampton's 112 1,435 1,435 2,114 5,642 ...... .....

division.

Fitz ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... .....

Lee's

division.

W. H. 158 2,888 2,888 3,645 5,899 ...... .....

F.

Lee's

division.

Dearing's 68 1,248 1,248 1,630 2,319 ...... .....

division.

Horse 3 83 83 93 125 125 4

Artillery.

Total. 353 5,654 5,654 7,494 13,999 125 4

Artillery

Reserve, &c.

(Pendleton):

First 105 2,150 2,150 2,489 3,266 1,041 89

Army

Corps.

Third 125 1,959 1,959 2,480 3,505 924 102

Army

Corps.

Anderson's 65 948 948 1,198 1,658 602 51

corps.

Total. 295 5,057 5,057 6,167 8,429 2,567 242

Provost 24 205 205 285 369 ...... .....

Guard.

Grand 5,039 62,885 62,875 82,633 177, 3,059 333

total. 101

Organization of the Army of Northern Virginia, commanded by General R. E. Lee, October 31, 1864.*

FIRST ARMY CORPS.+

Lieutenant General JAMES LONGSTREET.

PICKETT'S DIVISION.+

Major General GEORGE E. PICKETT.

Steuart's Brigade.&

Brigadier General GEORGE H. STEUART.

9th Virginia, Colonel James J. Phillips.

14th Virginia, Colonel William White.

38th Virginia, Colonel George K. Griggs.

53rd Virginia, Colonel William R. Aylett.

57th Virginia, Colonel Clement R. Fontaine.

Hunton's Brigade.

Brigadier General EPPA HUNTON.

8th Virginia, Colonel Norborne Berkeley.

18th Virginia, Colonel Henry A. Carrington.

19th Virginia, Colonel Henry Gantt.

28th Virginia, Colonel William Watts.

56th Virginia, Colonel William E. Green.

Corse's Brigade.

Brigadier General MONTGOMERY D. CORSE.

15th Virginia, Colonel Thomas P. August.

17th Virginia, Colonel Arthur Herbert.

29th Virginia, Colonel James Giles.

30th Virginia, Colonel Archibald T. Harrison.

32nd Virginia, Colonel Edgar B. Montague.

Terry's Brigade.

Brigadier General WILLIAM R. TERRY.

1st Virginia, Colonel Frederick G. Skinner.

3rd Virginia, Colonel Joseph Mayo, jr.

7th Virginia, Colonel Charles C. Flowerree.

11th Virginia, Colonel Maurice S. Langhorne.

24th Virginia, Lieutenant Colonel Richard L. Maury.

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*From monthly return when not otherwise indicated. That return does not always indicate actual commanders.

+For Kershaw's division, see Army Valley District, p. 1194.

++Only three brigadier-generals reported present for duty; names not indicated.

&Formerly Barton's brigade.

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