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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 42, Part 2 (Richmond-Fort Fisher)
Page 1214 OPERATIONS IN SE. VA. AND N. C. Chapter LIV.

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

Present for duty.

Effecti- Aggrega- Aggrega-

Command. Officers Men. ve total te te pre-

present present sent and

absent.

Third Army

Corps

(Hill):

Staff. 15 ....... ....... 15 17

Mahone's 329 4,094 4,094 5,875 13,560

division.

Heth's 346 4,075 4,075 5,155 13,206

division.

Wilcox's 367 4,054 4,054 5,281 11,984

division.

Fifth 14 151 151 178 247

Alabama

Battalion.

Total. 1,071 12,374 16,504 16,504 43,572

Cavalry

Corps

(Hampton):

Staff. 12 ...... ....... 12 16

Hampton's 204 2,769 2,769 3,734 8,327

division.

Fitz. Lee's ....... ....... ....... ....... ......

division a.

W. H. F. 140 2,575 2,575 3,276 5,656

Lee's

division.

Dearing's 88 1,395 1,395 1,779 1,779

brigade.

Horse ....... ....... ....... ....... .......

Artillery b.

Total. 444 6,739 6,739 8,801 15,778

Artillery

Reserve

(Pendleton):

First Corps 73 1,456 1,456 1,730 2,407

artillery.

Colonel 13 285 285 366 511

Carter's

artillery.

Third Corps 101 1,890 2,347 3,347 3,408

artillery.

Total. 187 3,631 3,631 4,443 6,326

Grand total. 4,018 44,247 44,247 58,988 145,478

aDetached.

bNo report.

Two hundred and ninety officers and 4,268 enlisted men in hands of enemy are not added in the present and absent of the several divisions, but are added in total present and absent of Third Army Corps.

Organization of the Army of Northern Virginia August 31, 1864.*

FIRST ARMY CORPS.

Lieutenant General RICHARD H. ANDERSON

PICKETT'S DIVISION.

Major General GEORGE E. PICKETT.

Barton's Brigade.

Brigadier General SETH M. BARTON.+

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.

57th Virginia, Colonel Philips P. Slaughter.

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. The original return does not indicate actuate commanders.

+Colonel W. R. Aylett was in command August 29, and probably at above date

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