Organization of troops in the District of the Kanawha - Continued.
Colonel GEORGE CROOK.
Colonel J. A. J. LIGHTBURN.
4th West Virginia.
9th West Virginia.
Young's West Virginia company.
1st West Virginia Cav. (two companies).
Schambeck's (Illinois) cavalry company.
1st Ohio Cavalry (one company).
2nd West Virginia Cavalry.+
Abstract from Returns* of the Department of the Rappahannock, Major General Irvin McDowell commanding, for the month of May, 1862.
Present for duty.
Command. Officers. Men.
1st (Shields) Division 466 9,737
2nd (Ricketts') 427 8,911
King's Division 466 8,560
McCall's division 440 10,751
Doubleday's brigade 46 752
Geary's brigade 78 1,967
Cavalry (Bayard's) 100 1,744
Grand total 2,023 42,422
Command. Aggregate Aggregate Pieces of
present. present and field
1st (Shields) Division 11,115 14,096 30
2nd (Ricketts') 9,999 11,879 22
King's Division 9,690 12,073 ----
McCall's division 11,592 12,983 22
Doubleday's brigade 881 983 6
Geary's brigade 2,233 2,398 6
Cavalry (Bayard's) 1,974 2,335 ----
Grand total 47,484 56,747 86
* Of the several divisions and unattached brigades.
Organization of the Department of the Rappahannock, Major General Irvin McDowell commanding, May 31, 1862.
Brigadier General JAMES SHIELDS.
Brigadier General NATHAN KIMBALL.
14th Indiana, Colonel William Harrow.
4th Ohio, Colonel John S. Mason.
8th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel F. Sawyer.
7th West Virginia, Colonel James Evans.
Brigadier General ORRIS S. FERRY.
39th Illinois, Colonel Thomas O. Osborn.
13th Indiana, Lieutenant Colonel Robert S. Foster.
62nd Ohio, Colonel Francis B. Pond.
67th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel A. C. Voris.
* Including all troops on the Kanawha and Guyandotte below the mouth of the Gauley.
+ One company with First Brigade, one with the Second Brigade, and five with the Third.