War of the Rebellion: Serial 035 Page 0094 KY., MID. AND E. TENN., N. ALA., AND SW. VA. Chapter XXXV.

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

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

Department staff 18 --- 18

(Cincinnati, Ohio)

Cincinnatii, Ohio, 21 317 418

Colonel Seth

Eastman

Covington, Ky., 18 293 482

Colonel Jackson

A. Lucy.

Newport Barracks, 6 149 210

Ky., Colonel

Sidney Burbank.

Total Cincinnati, 45 759 1,110

Covington, and

Newport.

Camp Dennison, 39 854 1,070

Ohio, Lieutenant

Colonel Geo. W.

Neff.

Camp Butler, Ill., 29 402 672

Colonel William

F. Lynch.

Camp Chase, Ohio, 35 732 974

Colonel August V.

Kautz.

Total Camps 103 1,988 2,716

Dennison, Butler,

and Chase.

District of

Central Kentucky,

Brigadier General

Quincy A.

Gillmore:

Staff 11 --- 11

First Brigade, 103 2,846 3,479

Colonel Samuel A.

Gilbert

(Frankfort, Ky.)

Second Brigade, 86 1,507 1,998

Colonel Benjamin

P. Runkle

(Danville, Ky.)

Third Brigade, 98 1,488 2,260

Colonel Charles

C. Doolittle

(Lexington, Ky.)

118th Ohio, 36 764 873

Colonel S. R.

Mott (Cynthiana,

Ky.)

Total District of 334 6,605 8,621

Central Kentucky.

District of

Western Virginia,

Major General

Jacob D. Cox:

Staff (Marietta, 7 --- 7

Ohio)

Escort company, 1 77 95

Captain Frank

Smith (Marietta,

Ohio)

Northern Brigade, 147 2,645 3,346

Brigadier General

Augustus Moor

(Buckhannon, W.

Va.)

District of 189 4,052 5,023

Kanawha, Brigadier

General E. Parker

Scammon

(Charleston, W.

Va.)

Total District of 344 6,774 8,471

Western Virginia.

District of

Western Kentucky,

Brigadier General

Jeremiah T. Boyle:

Staff 10 --- 10

Bowling Green, 97 1,671 2,564

Ky., Brigadier

General Mahlon D.

Manson.

Clarksville, 86 1,572 2,235

Tenn., Colonel

Sanders D. Bruce*

Russellville, Ky., 44 608 821

Colonel Cicero

Maxwell

Munfordville, Ky., 129 2,083 2,636

Colonel Edward H.

Hobson.

Lebanon, Ky., 36 843 1,026

Colonel William

A. Hoskins.

Henderson, 213 3,961 5,154

Lebanon,

Louisville, & c.

Total District of 615 10,738 14,446

Western Kentucky

District of

Eastern Kentucky,

Brigadier General

Julius White:

Staff (Louisa, 5 --- 5

Ky.)

Troops in district 70 1,266 1,795

Total District of 75 1,266 1,800

Eastern Kentucky.

RECAPITULATION.

Department staff 18 --- 18

Cincinnati, 45 759 1,110

Covington, and

Newport.

Camps Dennison, 103 1,988 2,716

Butler, and Chase.

District of 334 6,605 8,621

Central Kentucky.

District of 344 6,774 8,471

Western Virginia.

District of 615 10,738 14,446

Western Kentucky.

District of 75 1,266 1,800

Eastern Kentucky.

Grand total. 1,534 28,130 37,182

Continuation: Pieces of artillery.

Command. Aggregate Aggregate Heavy. Field.

present last

and return.

absent.

Department staff 18 --- --- ---

(Cincinnati, Ohio)

Cincinnatii, Ohio, 453 --- --- ---

Colonel Seth

Eastman

Covington, Ky., 517 --- --- ---

Colonel Jackson

A. Lucy.

Newport Barracks, 221 --- --- ---

Ky., Colonel

Sidney Burbank.

Total Cincinnati, 1,191 --- --- ---

Covington, and

Newport.

Camp Dennison, 1,853 --- --- ---

Ohio, Lieutenant

Colonel Geo. W.

Neff.

Camp Butler, Ill., 1,070 --- --- ---

Colonel William

F. Lynch.

Camp Chase, Ohio, 1,031 --- --- ---

Colonel August V.

Kautz.

Total Camps 3,954 --- --- ---

Dennison, Butler,

and Chase.

District of

Central Kentucky,

Brigadier General

Quincy A.

Gillmore:

Staff 12 --- --- ---

First Brigade, 3,727 --- --- 6

Colonel Samuel A.

Gilbert

(Frankfort, Ky.)

Second Brigade, 2,630 --- --- 6

Colonel Benjamin

P. Runkle

(Danville, Ky.)

Third Brigade, 3,093 --- --- 6

Colonel Charles

C. Doolittle

(Lexington, Ky.)

118th Ohio, 893 --- --- ---

Colonel S. R.

Mott (Cynthiana,

Ky.)

Total District of 10,355 --- --- 18

Central Kentucky.

District of

Western Virginia,

Major General

Jacob D. Cox:

Staff (Marietta, 11 11 --- ---

Ohio)

Escort company, 110 110 --- ---

Captain Frank

Smith (Marietta,

Ohio)

Northern Brigade, 4,248 4,213 --- 4

Brigadier General

Augustus Moor

(Buckhannon, W.

Va.)

District of 5,944 6,041 --- ---

Kanawha, Brigadier

General E. Parker

Scammon

(Charleston, W.

Va.)

Total District of 10,313 10,375 --- 4

Western Virginia.

District of

Western Kentucky,

Brigadier General

Jeremiah T. Boyle:

Staff 10 --- --- ---

Bowling Green, 3,188 --- --- 2

Ky., Brigadier

General Mahlon D.

Manson.

Clarksville, 2,841 --- --- 4

Tenn., Colonel

Sanders D. Bruce*

Russellville, Ky., 1,143 --- --- ---

Colonel Cicero

Maxwell

Munfordville, Ky., 4,062 --- 2 7

Colonel Edward H.

Hobson.

Lebanon, Ky., 1,549 --- --- ---

Colonel William

A. Hoskins.

Henderson, 7,293 --- 6 ---

Lebanon,

Louisville, & c.

Total District of

Western Kentucky

District of

Eastern Kentucky,

Brigadier General

Julius White:

Staff (Louisa, 5 5 --- ---

Ky.)

Troops in district 2,088 2,075 --- 4

Total District of 2,093 2,080 --- 4

Eastern Kentucky.

RECAPITULATION.

Department staff 18 --- --- ---

Cincinnati, 1,191 --- --- ---

Covington, and

Newport.

Camps Dennison, 3,954 --- --- ---

Butler, and Chase.

District of 10,355 --- --- 18

Central Kentucky.

District of 10,313 10,375 --- 4

Western Virginia.

District of 20,086 --- 8 13

Western Kentucky.

District of 2,093 2,080 --- 4

Eastern Kentucky.

Grand total. 48,010 12,455 8 39

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* Also borne on return of the Department of the Cumberland. See p. 93.

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