Abstract from Return of the Department of the South, Major General David Hunter commanding, for the month of June, 1862; headquarters Hilton Head, S. C.
Present for duty
Command Officers Men Aggregate present
Department staff 31 34 65
First Division, 138 3,590 4,182
Brigadier General H.
Second Division, 239 6,172 7,436
Brigadier General I.
Beufort, S. C., 124 2,669 3,268
Brigadier General J.
Fort pickens and 99 2,192 2,699
Brigadier General L.
Key West, Fla 34 577 699
Fort Edisto, S. C. 21 674 728
Fort Pulaski, Ga 28 730 852
Fernandina and Fort 20 663 848
Saint Augustine, Fla 22 657 853
Grand total 756 17,958 21,630
Command Aggregate Aggregate present Remarks
present and and absent on last
absent monthly return
Department staff 71 ................
First Division, 4,564 3,454
H. G. Wright.
Second Division, 9,537 9,823 Six
Brigadier General field
I. I. Stevens. pieces
Beufort, S. C., 3,638 3,656
J. M. Brannan
Fort pickens and 2,802 2,758
L. G. Arnold.
Key West, Fla 707 718
Fort Edisto, S. C. 756 759
Fort Pulaski, Ga 884 890
Fernandina and 899 883
Fort Clinch, Fla
Saint Augustine, 940 933
Grand total 24,798 23,880
Organization of troops in the Department of the South, Major General David Hunter commanding, June 30, 1862.
Brigadier General HORATIO G. WRIGHT.
Colonel J. L. CHATFIELD.
6th Connecticut, Colonel J. L. Chatfield.
47th New York, Major P. C. Kane.
97th Pennsylvania, Colonel H. r. Guss.
Colonel THOMAS WELSH.
45th Pennsylvania, Colonel Thomas Welsh.
76th Pennsylvania, Colonel J. M. Power.
3rd U. S. Artillery, Battery E, Captain John Hamilton.
Brigadier General ISAAC I. STEVENS.
Colonel WILLIAM M. FENTON.
7th Connecticut, Colonel Joseph R. Hawley.
28th Massachusetts, Lieutenant Colonel M. Moore.
8th Michigan, Colonel William M. Fenton.
Colonel A. FARNSWORTH.
46th New York, Colonel Rudolph Rosa.
79th New York, Colonel A. Farnsworth.
100th Pennsylvania, Colonel D. Leasure.
Colonel ROBERT WILLIAMS.
3rd New Hampshire, Lieutenant Colonel J. H. Jackson.
1st New York Engineers, Colonel E. W. Serrell.
1st Connecticut Battery, Captain A. P. Rockwell.
3rd Rhose Island Heavy Artillery, Major E. Metcalf.
1st Massachusetts Cavalry, Colonel Robert Williams.
*James Island, S. C.