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Return of the Department of East Tennessee, commanded by Major General E. Kirby Smith, for June, 1862 (headquarters Knoxville, Tenn.)

Present for duty.

Infantry. Cavalry.

Troops. Officers Men. Officers Men.

Department staff --- --- --- ---

1st Brigade, Colonel 94 1,031 4 38

Thomas H. Taylor.

2nd Brigade, Brigadier 207 3,038 --- ---

General C. L.

Stevenson

3rd Brigade, Colonel 11 1,337 --- ---

A. W. Reynolds.

4th Brigade, Brigadier 84 924 --- ---

General S. M. Barton.

1st Cavalry Brigade* --- --- --- ---

Colonel Benjamin

Allston.

Chattanooga: Brigadier 147 2,050 30 466

General D.

Leadbetter.

Total 643 8,380 34 504

Unattached:

Infantry 202 2,543 --- ---

Cavalry --- --- 33 484

Artillery --- --- --- ---

Total 202 2,543 33 484

Grant total 845 10,923 67 988

Artillery.

Troops. Officers Men. Total Aggregate

present. present

Department staff --- --- --- 9

1st Brigade, Colonel 4 66 1,307 1,416

Thomas H. Taylor.

2nd Brigade, Brigadier 8 206 3,725 3,958

General C. L.

Stevenson

3rd Brigade, Colonel 5 80 1,731 1,853

A. W. Reynolds.

4th Brigade, Brigadier 5 97 1,250 1,353

General S. M. Barton.

1st Cavalry Brigade* --- --- --- ---

Colonel Benjamin

Allston.

Chattanooga: Brigadier 9 104 3,311 3,507

General D.

Leadbetter.

Total 31 553 11,324 12,096

Unattached:

Infantry --- --- --- ---

Cavalry --- --- --- ---

Artillery 3 48 3,937 4,207

Total 3 48 3,937 4,207

Grant total 34 601 15,261 16,303

Troops. Total Aggregate Field

present and present and artillery.

absent. absent.

Department staff --- 9 ---

1st Brigade, Colonel 2,494 2,650 4

Thomas H. Taylor.

2nd Brigade, 3,958 5,275 4

Brigadier General

C. L. Stevenson

3rd Brigade, Colonel 1,853 3,164 4

A. W. Reynolds.

4th Brigade, 1,353 3,206 6

Brigadier General

S. M. Barton.

1st Cavalry Brigade* --- --- ---

Colonel Benjamin

Allston.

Chattanooga: 4,462 4,714 8

Brigadier General

D. Leadbetter.

Total 17,993 19,018 36

Unattached:

Infantry --- --- ---

Cavalry --- --- ---

Artillery 5,552 5,877 4

Total 5,552 5,877 4

Grant total 23,545 24,895 40

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* Number not given.

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Troops in the Department of East Tennessee, Major General E. Kirby Smith, C. S. Army, commanding, June 30, 1862.*

First Brigade.+

Colonel THOMAS H. TAYLOR.

23rd Alabama, Colonel F. K. Beck.

52nd Georgia, Colonel Weir Boyd.

3rd Tennessee (Provisional Army), Colonel J. C. Vaughn.

Marshall Rangers, Captain C. W. Alexander.

Rhett Artillery, Captain W. H. Burroughs.

Second Brigade.

Brigadier General CARTER L. STEVENSON.

30th Alabama, Colonel C. M. Shelley.

42nd Georgia, Colonel R. J. Henderson.

3rd Georgia Battalion, Lieutenant Colonel M. A. Stovall.

29th North Carolina, Colonel Robert B. Vance.

4th Tennessee (Provisional Army), Colonel J. A. McMurry.

11th Tennessee, Lieutenant Colonel G. W. Gordon.

3rd [14th] Tennessee [Cavalry] Battalion, Lieutenant col. James E. Carter.

Mileham's (Virginia) company, Captain Mileham.

Cherokee Artillery, Captain J. G. Yeiser.

Eufaula Artillery, Lieutenant W. A. McTyer.

Third Brigade.

Colonel A. W. REYNOLDS.

[36th] Georgia, Colonel Jesse A. Glenn.

39th Georgia, Colonel J. T. McConnell.

43rd Georgia, Colonel Skidmore Harris.

3rd Maryland Battery, Captain H. B. Latrobe.

Fourth Brigade.

Brigadier General SETH M. BARTON.

20th Alabama, Colonel Isham W. Garrot.

40th Georgia, col. Abdah Johnson.

9th Georgia Battalion, Major Joseph T. Smith.

31st Tennessee, Colonel W. M. Bradford.

Botetourt Artillery, Captain Joseph W. Anderson.

Cavalry Brigade.

Colonel BENJAMIN ALLSTON.

1st Georgia, Colonel J. J. Morrison.

1st Tennessee, Colonel H. M. Ashby.

2nd Tennessee, Colonel John B. McLin.

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* According to Monthly Return, but see organization reported for July 3, 1862.

+ Organized June 10, 1862.

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