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Abstract from Tri-monthly Return of the Department of Virginia (Seventh Army Corps), Major General John A. Dix commanding, for March 31, 1863 (headquarters Fort Monroe, Va.).

Present for duty

Command Officers Men Aggregate Aggregate

present present and

absent

Headquarters

Fort Monroe

Major General 16 ... 16 18

John A. Dix

Fort Monroe.-

Colonel S. M.

Alford:

Infantry 20 522 710 828

Attached ... ... 28 28

garrison

Total 20 522 738 856

Camp Hamilton.-

Colonel Anthony

Conk:

Infantry 29 651 729 777

Cavalry 3 69 78 84

Artillery 10 314 364 379

Total 42 1,034 1,171 1,240

Norfolk.-

Brigadier

General E. L.

Viele:

Infantry 136 2,561 3,090 3,232

Cavalry 2 49 60 88

Artillery 4 138 154 167

Total 142 2,748 3,304 3,487

Suffolk.-Major

General J. J.

peck:

Infantry 640 11,752 14,250 17,457

Cavalry 66 1,510 2,015 2,255

Artillery 28 1,001 1,142 1,254

total 734 14,263 17,407 20,966

Yorktown.-Major

General E. D.

Keyes:

Infantry 199 2,920 3,566 4,168

Cavalry 47 972 1,225 1,397

Artillery 16 356 440 609

Total 262 4,248 5,231 6,174

Independent ... ..... ... ...

Battalion New

York

Volunteers.*

Grand total 1,216 22,815 27,867 32,741

Infantry Cavalry

Command Aggregate Pieces of Officers Men

last return field

artillery

Headquarters Fort

Monroe

Major General 18 ... ... ...

John A. Dix

Fort Monroe.-

Colonel S. M.

Alford:

Infantry 828 ... 20 522

Attached garrison 28 ... ... ...

Total 856 ... 20 522

Camp Hamilton.-

Colonel Anthony

Conk:

Infantry 777 ... 30 677

Cavalry 86 ... ... ...

Artillery 374 ... ... ...

Total 1,237 ... 30 677

Norfolk.-

Brigadier

General E. L.

Viele:

Infantry 3,212 ... 120 2,536

Cavalry 88 ... ... ...

Artillery 167 6 ... ...

Total 3,467 6 120 2,536

Suffolk.-Major

General J. J.

peck:

Infantry 17,599 ... 637 11,756

Cavalry 2,257 4 ... ...

Artillery 1,257 40 ... ...

total 21,113 44 637 11,756

Yorktown.-Major

General E. D.

Keyes:

Infantry 4,174 ... 199 2,920

Cavalry 1,408 ... ... ...

Artillery 616 28 ... ...

Total 6,198 28 199 2,920

Independent 197 ... ... ...

Battalion New

York Volunteers.*

Grand total 33,068 78 1,006 18,411

Infantry Artillery

Command Officers Men Officers Men

Headquarters Fort Monroe

Major General John A. ... ... ... ...

Dix

Fort Monroe.-Colonel S.

M. Alford:

Infantry ... ... ... ...

Attached garrison ... ... ... ...

Total ... ... ... ...

Camp Hamilton.-Colonel

Anthony Conk:

Infantry ... ... ... ...

Cavalry 3 69 ... ...

Artillery ... ... 14 326

Total 3 69 14 326

Norfolk.-Brigadier

General E. L. Viele:

Infantry ... ... ... ...

Cavalry 2 49 ... ...

Artillery ... ... 4 138

Total 2 49 4 138

Suffolk.-Major General

J. J. peck:

Infantry ... ... ... ...

Cavalry 66 1,510 ... ...

Artillery ... ... 28 1,012

total 66 1,510 28 1,012

Yorktown.-Major General

E. D. Keyes:

Infantry ... ... ... ...

Cavalry 47 1,067 ... ...

Artillery ... ... 16 359

Total 47 1,067 16 359

Independent Battalion ... ... ... ...

New York Volunteers.*

Grand total 118 2,695 62 1,835

Organization of troops in the Department of Virginia, Major General John A. Dix, U. S. Army, commanding, March 31, 1863.

FORT MONROE.

Colonel S. M. ALFORD.

3rd New York.

CAMP HAMILTON.

Colonel ANTHONY CONK.

139th New York, Colonel Anthony Conk.

11th Pennsylvania Cavalry, Company C, Captain John Cassels.

3rd Pennsylvania Artillery (battalion), Major John A. Darling.

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*Major J. C. Brown commanding left March 30 for Department of the South.

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