War of the Rebellion: Serial 025 Page 0539 Chapter XXIX. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-UNION.

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Brigadier General FREDERICK STEELE commanding.

First Brigade.

Brigadier General F. P. BLAIR commanding.

13th Illinois, Lieutenant Colonel A. B. Gorgas.

29th Missour, Colonel John S. Cavender.

30th Missour, Lieutenant Colonel Otto Schadt.

31st Missour, Lieutenant Colonel Samuel P. Simpson.

32nd Missour, Colonel F. H. Manter.

58th Ohio, Captain B. Benkler.

Second Brigade.

Brigadier General C. E. HOVEY commanding.

17th Missour, Colonel F. Hassendeubel.

25th Iowa, Colonel George A. Stone.

3rd Missour, Colonel Isaac F. Shepard.

76th Ohio, Colonel Charles R. Woods.

31st Iowa, Colonel William Smyth.

12th Missour, Colonel Hugo Wanglelin.

Third Brigade.

Brigadier General J. M. THAYER commanding.

4th Iowa, Colonel J. A. Williamson.

9th Iowa, Lieutenant Colonel W. H. Coyl.

26th Iowa, Colonel Milo Smith.

30th Iowa, Colonel Charles H. Abbott.

34th Iowa, Colonel George W. Clark.


1st Iowa Battery, Captain H. H. Griffiths.

4th Ohio Battery, Captain Louis Hoffmann.

1st Missouri Horse Artillery, Captain C. Landgraeber.


Brigadier General DAVID STUART commanding.

First Brigade.

Colonel G. A. SMITH commanding.

6th Missour, Lieutenant Colonel J. H. Blood.

13th U. S., 1st Battalion, Major D. Chase.

8th Missour, Lieutenant Colonel D. C. Coleman.

113th Illinois, Colonel G. B. Hoge.

116th Illinois, Colonel N. W. Tupper.

Second Brigade.

Colonel T. KILBY SMITH commanding.

55th Illinois, Lieutenant Colonel O. Malmborg.

57th Ohio, Colonel William Mungen.

83rd Indiana, Colonel B. J. Spooner.

127th Illinois, Colonel J. Van Arman.

54th Ohio, Captain S. B. Yoeman.


Thielemann's Battalion, Captain Berthold Marschner.


1st Illinois, Battery A, Captain P. P. Wood.

1st Illinois, Battery B, Captain S. E. Barrett.

1st Illinois, Battery H, Lieutenant Levi W. Hart.

8th Ohio Battery, Lieutenant J. F. Putnam.

Four siege 30-pounder rifles, unattached.

II. Each division and brigade commander will at once enter upon the discharge of his duty, and will select and announce his staff to his own command, a copy of the order to be to these headquarters. Provision returns should be approved at division headquarters, and requisitions for quartermaster's and ordnance stores at these general headquarters.

Morning report should be made to division headquarters; and consolidated morning reports, prepared in great detail and accuracy, made to these headquarters tri monthly.

All orders heretofore issued by General Sherman at Memphis or in the field will be considered binding on his present command, unless they conflict with those of our common superiors.