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Abstract from return of the Department of the Ohio, Major General Horatio G. Wright commanding, for the month of January, 1863; headquarters Cincinnati, Ohio.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

Department staff 17

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17

(Cincinnati).

District of Western

Kentucky, Brigadier

General J. T.

Boyle:

Staff. 8

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8

Bowling Green, Ky.,

Brigadier General

Mahlon D. Manson:*

Staff. 7

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7

Troops at post. 92 2,027 3,181

Clarksville, Tenn.,

Colonel Sanders D. 84 1,550 2,058

Bruce: Troops at

post.*

Munfordville, Ky.,

Colonel Edward H. 129 2,372 2,852

Hobson: Troops at

post.

Lebanon, Henderson,

Louisville, &c.,

Colonel William A. 205 3,717 4,792

Hoskins: Troops of

command.

Total District of 525 9,666 12,898

Western Kentucky.

District of Central

Kentucky, Brigadier

General Quincy A.

Gillmore:

Staff (Lexington, 10

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11

Ky.).

First Brigade, 133 3,152 3,935

Colonel S. A.

Gilbert (Frankfort,

Ky.).

Second Brigade,

Colonel B. P. 50 975 1,371

Runkle (Danville,

Ky.).

Third Brigade,

Colonel C. C. 97 1,662 2,430

Doolittle

(Lexington, Ky.).

118th Ohio, Colonel

Samuel R. Mott 36 759 873

(Cynthiana, Ky.).

1st Battalion, 14th

Kentucky Cavalry,

Major Joseph W. 10 301 375

Stivers (Mount

Sterling, Ky.).

Total District of 336 6,849 8,995

Central Kentucky.

District of Eastern

Kentucky, Colonel

Jonathan Cranor:

Louisa, Ky. 74 1,589 1,981

Near Paintsville, 21 460 572

Ky.

Total District of 95 2,049 2,553

Eastern Kentucky.

Cincinnati, Colonel 20 268 407

Sidney Burbank.

Newport Barracks,

Ky., Colonel Sidney 6 149 210

Burbank.

Covington, Ky., 13 394 429

Colonel Jackson A.

Lucy.

Total Cincinnati,

Newport, and 39 811 1,046

Cowington.

Camp Chase, Colonel 40 840 1,087

August V. Kautz.

Camp Dennison,

Lieutenant Colonel 26 443 555

George W. Neff.

Camp Butler, Ill.,

Colonel William F. 21 368 523

Lynch.

District of Western

Virginia, Major

General Jacob D.

Cox:

Staff. 11

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11

Marietta, Ohio, 2 88 100

Captain Frank

Smith.

Buckhannon, W. Va.,

Brigadier General 149 2,477 3,238

Augustus Moor.

Charleston, W. Va.,

Brigadier General 176 4,082 4,989

E. P. Scammon.

Total District of 338 6,647 8,338

Western Virginia.

CONTINUATION:

Aggregate Aggregate Pieces of

Command. present and last return. field

absent. artillery.

Department staff 17

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(Cincinnati).

District of Western

Kentucky, Brigadier

General J. T.

Boyle:

Staff. 8

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Bowling Green, Ky.,

Brigadier General

Mahlon D. Manson:*

Staff. 7 7

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Troops at post. 4,986 5,340 2

Clarksville, Tenn.,

Colonel Sanders D. 2,783

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Bruce: Troops at

post.*

Munfordville, Ky.,

Colonel Edward H. 4,009

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Hobson: Troops at

post.

Lebanon, Henderson,

Louisville, &c.,

Colonel William A. 7,045

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Hoskins: Troops of

command.

Total District of 18,838 5,347 11

Western Kentucky.

District of Central

Kentucky, Brigadier

General Quincy A.

Gillmore:

Staff (Lexington, 11

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Ky.).

First Brigade,

Colonel S. A. 4,613

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6

Gilbert (Frankfort,

Ky.).

Second Brigade,

Colonel B. P. 1,779

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6

Runkle (Danville,

Ky.).

Third Brigade,

Colonel C. C. 3,131

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6

Doolittle

(Lexington, Ky.).

118th Ohio, Colonel

Samuel R. Mott 893

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(Cynthiana, Ky.).

1st Battalion, 14th

Kentucky Cavalry,

Major Joseph W. 396

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Stivers (Mount

Sterling, Ky.).

Total District of 10,823

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Central Kentucky.

District of Eastern

Kentucky, Colonel

Jonathan Cranor:

Louisa, Ky. 2,390 2,435 4

Near Paintsville, 738 738

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Ky.

Total District of 3,128 3,173 4

Eastern Kentucky.

Cincinnati, Colonel 427

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Sidney Burbank.

Newport Barracks,

Ky., Colonel Sidney 221

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Burbank.

Covington, Ky., 478

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Colonel Jackson A.

Lucy.

Total Cincinnati,

Newport, and 1,126

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Cowington.

Camp Chase, Colonel 1,181

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August V. Kautz.

Camp Dennison,

Lieutenant Colonel 1,349

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George W. Neff.

Camp Butler, Ill.,

Colonel William F. 712

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Lynch.

District of Western

Virginia, Major

General Jacob D.

Cox:

Staff. 11 11

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Marietta, Ohio, 110 111

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Captain Frank

Smith.

Buckhannon, W. Va.,

Brigadier General 4,213 5,893 4

Augustus Moor.

Charleston, W. Va.,

Brigadier General 6,102 9,947

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E. P. Scammon.

Total District of 10,436 15,962 4

Western Virginia.

RECAPITULATION.

Department 17

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staff.

District of

Western 525 9,666 12,898 18,838 5,347 11

Kentucky.

District of

Central 336 6,849 8,995 10,823

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Kentucky.

District of

Eastern 95 2,049 2,553 3,128 3,173 4

Kentucky.

Cincinnati,

Newport, and 39 811 1,046 1,126

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Covington.

Camp Chase, 40 840 1,087 1,181

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Ohio.

Camp

Dennison, 26 443 555 1,349

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Ohio.

Camp Butler, 21 368 523 712

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Ill.

District of

Western 338 6,647 8,338 10,436 15,962 4

Virginia.

Grand total. 1,437 27,673 36,012 47,610 24,482 37

Grand total

department 1,454 28,289 36,622 47,340

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return for

January, 1863

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*Also borne on return of the Department of the Cumberland. See p. 29.

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