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Abstract from Monthly Return of the strength of the Department of South Carolina and Georgia, commanded by Major General J. C. Pemberton, for May, 1862.

Commanding Troops Office Men Aggrega Aggrega

officer rs te te

present present

and

absent

Major First 21 396 487 603

Emanuel Military

District of

South

Carolina

[Not Second 333 5,909 7,917 9,501

indicated] Military

District of

South

Carolina

[Not Third 266 4,117 5,632 6,255

indicated] Military

District of

South

Carolina

Colonel Fourth and 68 1,070 1,272 1,550

W. S. Walker Fifth

Military

Districts of

South

Carolina

[Not Sixth 145 2,599 2,254 3,517

indicated] Military

District of

South

Carolina

Brigadier James Island 188 2,985 3,925 4,431

General

S. R. Gist

Brigadier Military - - - 8,165

General District of

H. W. Mercer Georgia*

Grand total 1,021 17,076 22,487 34,112

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*No return made.

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Organization of troops in the Department of South Carolina and Georgia, commanded by Major General J. C. Pemberton, May, 1862.

FIRST MILITARY DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.

Major W. P. EMANUEL, commanding.

SECOND MILITARY DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.

46th Georgia, Colonel [P. H.] Colquitt.

1st South Carolina, Colonel Johnson Hagood.

18th South Carolina, Colonel J. M. Gadberry.

20th South Carolina, Colonel L. M. Keitt.

21st South Carolina, Colonel R. F. Graham.

22nd South Carolina, Colonel S. D. Goodlett.

23rd South Carolina, Colonel H. L. Benbow.

Byrd's [South Carolina] battalion, Major Byrd.

Smith's [South Carolina] battalion.

3rd Battalion South Carolina Cavalry.

German Hussars.

Mulligan's company cavalry.

1st South Carolina Artillery.

Alston's battalion artillery, Captain Alston.

Boyce's light battery, Captain Boyce.

Ferguson's light artillery, Captain Ferguson.

German Light Artillery, Company A.

Kanapaux's light battery, Captain Kanapaux.

Nelson [Virginia] Light Artillery.

White's battalion artillery [four companies].

Gunboats Nos. 1 and 2.

THIRD MILITARY DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.

51st Georgia, Colonel W. M. Slaughter.

16th South Carolina, Colonel James McCullough.

17th South Carolina, Colonel J. H. Means.

Holcombe [South Carolina] Legion, Colonel P. F. Stevens.

3rd South Carolina Battalion, Lieutenant-Colonel James.

7th South Carolina Battalion, Major P. H. Nelson.

1st Battalion Rifles, Lieutenant-Colonel Moore.

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