War of the Rebellion: Serial 027 Page 0098 Chapter XXXI. GENERAL REPORTS.

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RUFUS INGALLS,

Chief Quartermaster, Army of the Potomac.

B. - Report of the number of officers and enlisted men, the number of horses, and other means of transportation, and the number of cavalry and artillery horses in each regiment or battery, and at brigade and division headquarters, in the Army of the Potomac on November 1, 1862.

Number at army headquarters and in each corps.

Means of transportation.

Command. Number Num. of Horses. Mules. Army

of enlisted wagons.

officer men

s

Headquarters 98 2,154 343 553 165

Army of

the Potomac.

1st ARMY 13 30 33 16 9

CORPS

Headquarters

of corps.

1st 370 7,072 758 329 207

Division,

General A.

Doubleday

commanding.

2nd Division 375 7,598 398 428 147

General J.

B.

Ricketts

commanding

3rd Division 357 7,283 579 279 164

General G.

G.

Meade com.

2nd ARMY 11 89 16 32 7

CORPS

Headquarters

of corps

1st Division 391 8,264 240 582 161

General W.

S.

Hancock com.

2nd Division 385 8,561 146 992 196

General W.

A.

Gorman com.

3rd Division 427 8,516 135 528 151

General W.

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H. 1,214 25,430 537 2,134 515

French com.

5th ARMY 23 272 38 63 15

CORPS

Headquarters

of corps

1st Division 162 4,235 148 605 128

General

George

Sykes com.

2nd Division 311 7,268 409 178 138

General A.

A.

Humphreys

com.

3rd Division 573 13,054 238 1,037 228

General

Morell

com.

Artillery 31 931 327 102 100

Reserve,

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Colonel 1,100 25,760 1,160 1,985 609

Hays com.

6th ARMY 19 203 247 13 30

CORPS

Headquarters

of corps

1st Division 439 9,614 633 453 219

General W.

T. H. Brooks

com.

2nd Division 554 13,623 238 859 190

General W.

F.

Smith com.

3rd Division 584 12,605 166 951 211

General J.

Newton com.

Maryland 179 3,755 58 242 70

Brigade,

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General J. 1,775 39,800 1,342 2,518 720

R.

Kenly com.

9th ARMY 8 43 212 32 5

CORPS

Headquarters

of corps

1st Division 293 6,503 236 407 106

Colonel W.

M.

Fenton com.

2nd Division 275 6,571 302 437 164

General S.

D.

Sturgis com.

3rd Division 225 5,246 87 548 114

General G.

W.

Getty com.

4th Division 616 11,714 753 746 194

General G.

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1,417 30,077 1,590 2,170 583

Stoneman com

12th ARMY 38 1,170 106 459 121

CORPS

Headquarters

of corps,

including

artillery of

1st and 2nd

Divisions

1st Division 572 13,374 444 551 188

General A.

S.

Williams com

2nd Division 436 8,501 480 189 128

General J.

W.

Geary com.

3rd Division 272 5,508 171 331 79

General A.

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W. 1,318 28,553 1,201 1,530 516

Whipple com.

Cavalry and 396 7,995 752 541 276

horse

artillery

Total 8,433 181,752 8,693 12,483 3,911

Number at army headquarters and in each corps.

Means of Horses.

transportation.

Command. Two- Ambulanc Cavalry. Artiller Num. of

horse es. y public

wagons. animals

Headquarters 21 10 1,062

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1,958

Army of

the Potomac.

1st ARMY

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3 30

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CORPS

Headquarters

of corps.

1st 4 78 25 456

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Division,

General A.

Doubleday

commanding.

2nd Division

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57 37 226

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General J.

B.

Ricketts

commanding

3rd Division 1 62 10 364

General G.

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G. 5 200 102 1,046 3,968

Meade com.

2nd ARMY

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1 94

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CORPS

Headquarters

of corps

1st Division

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25

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215

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General W.

S.

Hancock com.

2nd Division 2 5 6 336

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General W.

A.

Gorman com.

3rd Division

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4 6 223

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General W.

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H. 2 35 106 774 3,551

French com.

5th ARMY

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2 185

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CORPS

Headquarters

of corps

1st Division

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33

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195

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General

George

Sykes com.

2nd Division

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33 12 162

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General A.

A.

Humphreys

com.

3rd Division 5 14

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446

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General

Morell

com.

Artillery

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8

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788

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Reserve,

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Colonel 5 90 197 1,591 4,939

Hays com.

6th ARMY

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2 99

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CORPS

Headquarters

of corps

1st Division 2 38 4 473

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General W.

T. H. Brooks

com.

2nd Division

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44

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444

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General W.

F.

Smith com.

3rd Division 3 19 5 192

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General J.

Newton com.

Maryland 1 1 58 106

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Brigade,

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General J. 6 104 166 1,215 5,240

R.

Kenly com.

9th ARMY 1 101 18

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CORPS

Headquarters

of corps

1st Division 6 1 6 140

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Colonel W.

M.

Fenton com.

2nd Division 6 23 16 308

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General S.

D.

Sturgis com.

3rd Division 4 5

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175

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General G.

W.

Getty com.

4th Division 5 90 757 298 ----

General G.

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22 220 797 921 5,478

Stoneman com

12th ARMY 10 54 747

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CORPS 8

Headquarters

of corps,

including

artillery of

1st and 2nd

Divisions

1st Division 1 61 23

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General A.

S.

Williams com

2nd Division 1 39 5

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General J.

W.

Geary com.

3rd Division 23 10 7 215 ----

General A.

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W. 33 120 89 962 3,782

Whipple com.

Cavalry and

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34 7,063 630 8,986

horse

artillery

Total 94 813 9,582 7,139 37,897

* A number of these animals were transferred to other corps.

HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC,

November 1, 1862.

RUFUS INGALLS

Chief Quartermaster, Army of the Potomac.