War of the Rebellion: Serial 015 Page 0571 Chapter XXIV. OPERATIONS IN SHENANDOAH VALLEY.

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In whose possession. Horses. Mules. Spring Wagons.

wagons.

Lieutenant J. G. Knight, ....... 6 ....... 2

regimental quartermaster,

Third Wisconsin.

Captain R. B. Hampton, 7 4 ....... 1

commanding battery

Lieutenant H. C. Cushing, 1 ....... ....... .......

acting assistant

quartermaster, Fourth

Artillery.

Lieutenant D. B. ....... ....... ....... 3

Hamitlon, acting assistant

quartermaster.

341 145 1 55

In whose possession. Two-wheel Four-wheel Wheel Lead

ambulances. ambulances. harness, harness,

single single

sets sets

of. of.

Lieutenant J. G. Knight, ...... ....... 4 4

regimental quartermaster,

Third Wisconsin.

Captain R. B. Hampton, ...... ...... 2 2

commanding battery

Lieutenant H. C. Cushing, 1 ...... 2 ......

acting assistant

quartermaster, Fourth

Artillery.

Lieutenant D. B. ...... ....... ....... ......

Hamitlon, acting assistant

quartermaster.

9 2 40 45

In whose possession. Wagon Saddle Riding Riding

saddles. blankets. saddles. bridles.

Lieutenant J. G. Knight, 2 2 ...... ......

regimental quartermaster,

Third Wisconsin.

Captain R. B. Hampton, ...... ....... ...... ......

commanding battery

Lieutenant H. C. Cushing, ....... ...... ....... .......

acting assistant

quartermaster, Fourth

Artillery.

Lieutenant D. B. ...... ....... ...... ......

Hamitlon, acting assistant

quartermaster.

25 20 3 7

In whose possession. Two-horse Four-horse Remarks.

wagons. wagons.

Lieutenant J. G. Knight, ..... ....... Lost crossing

regimental quartermaster, the river.

Third Wisconsin. Lieutenant

Knight attended

well to his

train.

Captain R. B. Hampton, ....... ....... Captured by the

commanding battery enemy.

Lieutenant H. C. Cushing, ...... ....... Captured or

acting assistant destroyed.

quartermaster, Fourth

Artillery.

Lieutenant D. B. ...... ...... Broke down and

Hamitlon, acting assistant abandoned or

quartermaster. burnt.

Lieutenant

Hamilton

rendered good

service in

managing the 31

wagons saved by

way of Hancock,

Md.

17 9

I certify that the above statement is correct, as far as can be known.

S. B. HOLABIRD,

Captain, Assistant Quartermaster.