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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 42, Part 3 (Richmond-Fort Fisher)
Page 1209 Chapter LIV. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.- CONFEDERATE.

Abstract from field return of the Army of Northern Virginia, General Robert E. Lee commanding, for November 10, 1864.

Present for duty.

Command Officers Men Aggregate Aggregate

present. present

and

absent

First Army Corps 16 16 19

(Longstreet) a

Pickett's division 437 5,986 7,766 11,970

Field's division 414 4,227 5,732 11,831

Hoke's division 386 4,956 5,894 11,956

Total 1,253 15,169 19,408 35,776

Third Army Corps 19 19 19

(Hill)

Heth's division 377 4,520 5,546 12,753

Wilcox's division 420 5,360 6,766 12,091

Mahone's division 414 4,795 6,371 13,973

Total 1,230 14,675 18,702 38,836

Anderson's corps 560 6,494 8,136 13,361

(Anderson) b

Johnson's division

Cavalry (Hampton) c 11 12 15

Hampton's division 108 1,224 1,832 5,423

d

W. H. F. Lee's 157 3,123 3,870 6,347

division e

Dearing's brigade f 68 1,303 1,675 2,498

Horse Artillery g 3 94 102 135

Total 347 5,744 7,491 14,418

Artillery 8 9 17 19

(Pendleton)

First Army Corps 108 2,203 2,542 3,270

Third Army Corps 129 1,978 2,499 3,493

Anderson's corps 69 984 1,219 1,657

Total 314 5,174 6,277 8,439

First Military 217 2,271 2,986 4,578

District (Wise)

Provost Guard 21 200 286 363

(Bridgfort)

Valley District 18 18 20

(Early) h

Rodes' division 198 2,316 3,434 12,746

Early's division 137 1,794 2,447 8,220

Gordon's division 206 2,073 2,792 13,690

Wharton's division 112 1,538 2,113 7,036

Kershaw's division 285 2,856 4,129 10,969

Artillery 60 923 1,179 2,443

Total 1,016 11,500 16,112 55,124

Grand total 4,958 61,227 79,398 170,895

a Kershaw's division detached. Hoke's division temporarily serving with First Army Corps.

b Hoke's division serving with First Army Corps.

c Fitz Lee's division and Rosser's brigade detached.

d 381 men dismounted.

e 401 men dismounted.

f 442 men dismounted.

g 10 men dismounted.

h Return of Valley District taken from return of October 31. Cavalry serving in Valley District not reported.


SPECIAL ORDERS,
ADJT. AND INSP. GENERAL'S OFFICE,

Numbers 269.
Richmond, November 11, 1864.

* * * * * * *

XXIV. The State of North Carolina east of the Blue Ridge Mountains is constituted a military department, to the command of which General Braxton Bragg is assigned. It will continue a part of the command of General R. E. Lee.

* * * * * * *

By command of the Secretary of War:

JNumbers WITHERS,

Assistant Adjutant-General.


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