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Abstract from return of the Department of the Cumberland, Major General William S. Rosecrans commanding, for the month of February, 1863; headquarters Murfreesborough, Tenn.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

Department staff 14 --- 18

10th Ohio, Colonel 23 408 529

Joseph W. Burke

Fourteenth Army 15 40 57

Corps, Major

General George H.

Thomas:

9th Michigan, 25 305 462

Lieutenant Colonel

John G. Parkhurst.

First Division, 325 5,724 7,579

Brigadier General

Robert S. Granger.

Second Division, 278 5,575 7,122

Brigadier General

James S. Negley.

Third Division, 355 6,302 7,815

Brigadier General

James B. Steedman.

Fourth Division, 269 4,824 6,176

Brigadier General

Robert B. Mitchell.

Fifth Division, 207 3,796 4,997

Major General

Joseph J. Reynolds.

Total Fourteenth 1,497 26,974 34,737

Army Corps.

Twentieth Army 6 --- 6

Corps, Major

General A. McD.

McCook.

First Division, 206 3,883 5,106

Brigadier General

Jefferson C. Davis.

Second Division, 266 4,795 5,984

Richard W. Johnson.

Third Division, 235 4,337 5,465

Brigadier General

Philip H. Sheridan.

Total Twentieth 713 13,015 16,561

Army Corps.

Twenty-First Army 10 --- 10

Corps, Brigadier

General Thomas J.

Wood:

First Division, 234 4,266 5,509

Colonel G. D.

Wagner.

Second Division, 247 4,305 5,416

Brigadier General

John M. Palmer.

Third Division, 207 3,535 4,770

Colonel Samuel

Beatty.

Total Twenty-first 698 12,106 15,705

Army Corps.

Major General 6 --- 6

Granger, commanding

United States

forces.

Brigadier General 181 2,846 3,430

George Crook's

division.

Brigadier General 238 4,838 5,880

Absalom Baird's

division.

Brigadier General 139 2,426 3,343

Charles C.

Gilbert's division.

Captain James 3 72 86

Clifford, Company

F, First Missouri

Cavalry.

Total Major-General 567 10,182 12,745

Granger's command.

Forces at 61 1,342 1,642

Nashville,

Brigadier General

Robert B. Mitchell.

Forces at Gallatin, 146 2,526 3,458

Brigadier General

W. T. Ward.

Forces at 129 2,056 2,877

Clarksville,

Colonel Sanders D.

Bruce.

Forces in forts, 111 2,187 2,817

Colonel William W.

Lowe.

First Michigan 23 529 678

Engineers and

Mechanics, Colonel

William P. Innes.

Convalescents at 32 2,228 3,233

Nashville.*

Convalescents at 8 424 520

Gallatin.*

Signal Corps, 31 74 109

Captain Charles R.

Case.*

Pioneer Brigade, 57 1,032 1,468

Captain J. St. C.

Morton.*

Detached artillery. 5 203 224

Cavalry Division, 311 4,729 6,611

Brigadier General

David S. Stanley.

RECAPITULATION.

Department staff 14 --- 18

Fourteenth Army 1,497 26,974 34,737

Corps.

Twentieth Army 713 13,015 16,561

Corps.

Twenty-first Army 698 12,106 15,705

Corps.

Major-General 567 10,182 12,745

Granger's command.

Forces at 61 1,342 1,642

Nashville.

Forces at Gallatin. 146 2,526 3,458

Forces at 129 2,056 2,877

Clarksville.

Forces in forts. 111 2,187 2,817

First Michigan 23 529 678

Engineers and

Mechanics.

Detached artillery. 5 203 224

Cavalry Division. 311 4,729 6,611

Forces at Bowling --- --- ---

Green, Ky.+

Grand total. 4,275 75,849 98,073

Continuation: Pieces of artillery.

Command. Aggrega- Aggrega- Heavy. Field.

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sent and return.

absent.

Department staff 29 16 --- ---

10th Ohio, Colonel 706 727 --- ---

Joseph W. Burke

Fourteenth Army 59 65 --- ---

Corps, Major

General George H.

Thomas:

9th Michigan, 524 588 --- ---

Lieutenant Colonel

John G. Parkhurst.

First Division, 12,127 12,468 6 18

Brigadier General

Robert S. Granger.

Second Division, 9,695 9,723 --- 18

Brigadier General

James S. Negley.

Third Division, 10,270 10,625 --- 10

Brigadier General

James B. Steedman.

Fourth Division, 7,939 8,417 --- 10

Brigadier General

Robert B. Mitchell.

Fifth Division, 6,443 7,150 --- 16

Major General

Joseph J. Reynolds.

Total Fourteenth 47,763 49,763 6 72

Army Corps.

Twentieth Army 7 4 --- ---

Corps, Major

General A. McD.

McCook.

First Division, 8,158 8,380 --- 17

Brigadier General

Jefferson C. Davis.

Second Division, 10,598 10,583 --- 16

Richard W. Johnson.

Third Division, 8,579 8,615 --- 16

Brigadier General

Philip H. Sheridan.

Total Twentieth 27,342 27,582 --- 49

Army Corps.

Twenty-First Army 11 10 --- ---

Corps, Brigadier

General Thomas J.

Wood:

First Division, 9,181 9,397 --- 18

Colonel G. D.

Wagner.

Second Division, 8,833 9,112 --- 22

Brigadier General

John M. Palmer.

Third Division, 8,307 8,555 --- 16

Colonel Samuel

Beatty.

Total Twenty-first 26,332 27,074 --- 56

Army Corps.

Major General 6 --- --- ---

Granger, commanding

United States

forces.

Brigadier General 4,664 --- --- 6

George Crook's

division.

Brigadier General 7,154 --- --- 12

Absalom Baird's

division.

Brigadier General 4,657 --- --- 6

Charles C.

Gilbert's division.

Captain James 93 --- --- ---

Clifford, Company

F, First Missouri

Cavalry.

Total Major-General 16,574 --- --- 24

Granger's command.

Forces at 1,911 1,521 25 17

Nashville,

Brigadier General

Robert B. Mitchell.

Forces at Gallatin, 4,302 4,544 --- 9

Brigadier General

W. T. Ward.

Forces at 3,624 3,500 --- 4

Clarksville,

Colonel Sanders D.

Bruce.

Forces in forts, 3,151 --- 4 8

Colonel William W.

Lowe.

First Michigan 867 846 --- ---

Engineers and

Mechanics, Colonel

William P. Innes.

Convalescents at 3,279 --- --- ---

Nashville.*

Convalescents at 520 --- --- ---

Gallatin.*

Signal Corps, 117 111 --- ---

Captain Charles R.

Case.*

Pioneer Brigade, 2,926 2,930 --- ---

Captain J. St. C.

Morton.*

Detached artillery. 254 140 --- 13

Cavalry Division, 10,457 9,136 --- 2

Brigadier General

David S. Stanley.

RECAPITULATION.

Department staff 29 16 --- ---

Fourteenth Army 47,763 49,763 6 72

Corps.

Twentieth Army 27,342 27,582 --- 49

Corps.

Twenty-first Army 26,332 27,074 --- 56

Corps.

Major-General 16,574 --- --- 24

Granger's command.

Forces at 1,911 1,521 25 17

Nashville.

Forces at Gallatin. 4,302 4,544 --- 9

Forces at 3,624 3,500 --- 4

Clarksville.

Forces in forts. 3,151 --- 4 8

First Michigan 867 846 --- ---

Engineers and

Mechanics.

Detached artillery. 254 140 --- 13

Cavalry Division. 10,457 9,136 --- 2

Forces at Bowling --- 3,258 --- ---

Green, Ky.+

Grand total. 142,606 127,380 35 254

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* Not added in total.

+ Transferred since last monthly return.

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