Organization of the Department of the Rappahannock - Continued.
3rd Maine Battery.
2nd New York Cavalry (battalion), Major Alfred N. Duffie.
Abstract from Return of the Department of the Shenandoah, Major General Nathaniel P. Banks commanding, for the month of May, 1862.
Present for duty.
Command. Officers. Men.
Williams' division 6 ----
Crawford's brigade 120 2,508
Hartsuff's brigade* ---- ----
Greene's brigade 97 2,399
Cavalry brigade 159 3,081
Artillery 11 276
Miscellaneous 3 79
Total 396 8,343
Command. Aggregate Aggregate Pieces of
present. present and field
Williams' division 6 6 ----
Crawford's brigade 2,918 3,195 ----
Hartsuff's brigade* ---- ---- ----
Greene's brigade 2,765 3,207 ----
Cavalry brigade 3,582 4,715 ----
Artillery 303 329 16
Miscellaneous 88 99 ----
Total 9,662 11,551 16
* Serving and accounted for in Department of the Rappahannock.
Organization of the Department of the Shenandoah, Major General Nathaniel P. Banks, U. S. Army, commanding, May 31, 1862.
Brigadier General ALPHEUS S. WILLIAMS.
Brigadier General S. W. CRAWFORD.
5th Connecticut, Lieutenant Colonel George D. Chapman.
10th Maine, Colonel George L. Beal.
28th New York, Lieutenant Colonel E. F. Brown.
46th Pennsylvania, Colonel Joseph F. Knipe.
Brigadier General GEORGE S. GREENE.
2nd Massachusetts, Colonel George H. Gordon.
27th Indiana, Colonel Silas Colgrove.
29th Pennsylvania, Major Michael Scott.
3rd Wisconsin, Colonel Thomas H. Ruger.
Brigadier General JOHN P. HATCH.
1st Maine (five companies), Lieutenant Colonel C. S. Douty.
1st Maryland, Lieutenant Colonel Chas. Wetschky.
1st Michigan (five companies), Colonel T. F. Brodhead.
5th New York, Colonel O. De Forest.
8th New York, Lieutenant Colonel Charles R. Babbitt.
1st Vermont, Colonel C. H. Tompkins.
1st New York, Battery M, Captain George W. Cothran.
Pennsylvania, Battery F, Captain R. B. Hampton.
4th U. S., Battery F, Captain C. L. Best.
* The Second Brigade (Hartsuff's) transferred to the Department of the Rappahannock.