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Abstract from return of the Department of the Cumberland, &c.-Continued.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers Men Aggregate Aggrega-

present te

present

and

absent

Twentieth Army

Corps, Major

General A. McD.

McCook:

Staff 5 ..... 5 5

First Division 235 3,895 4,959 7,817

Brigadier General

J. C. Davis

Second Division, 312 4,813 6,101 10,341

Brigadier General

R. W. Johnson

Third Division, 245 4,201 5,336 8,247

Major General

Philip H. Sheridan

Total Twentieth 797 12,909 16,401 26,410

Army Corps

Twenty-first Army

Corps, Brigadier

General Thomas J.

Wood:

Staff 10 ....... 10 11

First Division, 279 4,604 5,676 8,747

Colonel George D.

Wagner

Second Division, 258 4,361 5,533 8,441

Major General

John M. Palmer

Third Division, 220 3,700 4,819 7,831

Brigadier General

Horatio P. Van

Cleve.

Total Twenty-first 776 12,665 16,038 25,030

Army Corps

United States

force, Major

General Gordon

Granger:

Staff (Franklin, 7 ...... 7 7

Tenn.)

Brigadier General 173 3,170 4,083 7,739

Absalom Baird's

division

Brigadier General 131 2,249 3,122 4,394

Charles C.

Gilbert's division

Brigadier General 116 2,274 3,132 3,864

George Crook's

division (Carthage,

Tenn.)

Cavalry (escort) 3 75 78 93

Total Major-General 430 7,768 10,422 16,097

Granger's command.

Forces at 137 2,583 3,117 3,761

Nashville,

Brigadier General

Robert B. Mitchell

Forces at 128 2,271 3,004 3,741

Gallatin, Brigadier

General Eleazer A.

Paine

Forces at 70 1,107 1,651 1,821

Clarksville,

Colonel William

P. Boone

Forces at Fort 121 2,116 2,766 3,098

Donelson, Colonel

William W. Lowe

Engineers'

Mechanics', and

Pioneers' Brigade

General J. St.

Clair Morton,

commanding:

1st Michigan 22 464 638 854

Engineers and

Mechanics

Artillery attached 10 285 312 353

to Pioneers

Pioneer Brigade* 63 1,467 1,974 2,787

Signal Corps, 32 71 110 122

Captain Jesse

Merrill*

Convalescents at 25 1,225 2,249 2,335

Nashville*

Convalescents at 4 190 209 210

Gallatin*

Anderson Cavalry, 25 461 569 802

Colonel William J.

Palmer

Cavalry Division, 372 5,917 7,946 11,033

Major General

David S. Stanley

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Twentieth Army

Corps, Major

General A. McD.

McCook:

Staff 7 ....... ......

First Division 8,158 ...... 18

Brigadier General

J. C. Davis

Second Division, 10,598 ....... 16

Brigadier General

R. W. Johnson

Third Division, 8,579 ....... 18

Major General

Philip H. Sheridan

Total Twentieth 27,342 ........ 52

Army Corps

Twenty-first Army

Corps, Brigadier

General Thomas J.

Wood:

Staff 11 ...... .......

First Division, 9,181 ....... 18

Colonel George D.

Wagner

Second Division, 8,833 ........ 22

Major General

John M. Palmer

Third Division, 8,307 ........ 18

Brigadier General

Horatio P. Van

Cleve.

Total Twenty-first 26,332 ....... 58

Army Corps

United States

force, Major

General Gordon

Granger:

Staff (Franklin, 6 ....... ........

Tenn.)

Brigadier General 7,154 ....... 12

Absalom Baird's

division

Brigadier General 4,657 ........ 6

Charles C.

Gilbert's division

Brigadier General 4,664 ........ 6

George Crook's

division (Carthage,

Tenn.)

Cavalry (escort) 93 ....... .......

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

Granger's command.

Forces at 1,921 25 10

Nashville,

Brigadier General

Robert B. Mitchell

Forces at 4,302 ........ 9

Gallatin, Brigadier

General Eleazer A.

Paine

Forces at 3,624 ........ 4

Clarksville,

Colonel William

P. Boone

Forces at Fort 3,151 2 14

Donelson, Colonel

William W. Lowe

Engineers'

Mechanics', and

Pioneers' Brigade

General J. St.

Clair Morton,

commanding:

1st Michigan 867 ........ ........

Engineers and

Mechanics

Artillery attached 254 ...... 19

to Pioneers

Pioneer Brigade* 2,926 ... ....

Signal Corps, 117 .... ....

Captain Jesse

Merrill*

Convalescents at 3,279 .... ....

Nashville*

Convalescents at 519 ..... ......

Gallatin*

Anderson Cavalry, ...... ....... ........

Colonel William J.

Palmer

Cavalry Division, 10,408 ..... 2

Major General

David S. Stanley

RECAPITULATION.

Department staff 14 ... 20 30

10th Ohio and 1st 27 584 843 1,052

Battalion Ohio

Sharpshooters

Fourteenth Army 1,589 28,275 35,896 47,274

Corps

Twentieth Army Corps 797 12,909 16,401 26,410

Twenty-first Army 776 12,665 16,038 25,030

Corps

Major-General 430 7,768 10,422 16,097

Granger's command

Forces at Nashville 137 2,583 3,117 3,761

Forces at Gallatin 128 2,271 3,004 3,741

Forces at 70 1,107 1,651 1,821

Clarksville

Forces at Donelson 121 2,116 2,766 3,098

1st Michigan 22 464 638 854

Engineers and

Mechanics

Artillery attached 10 285 312 353

to Pioneers

Anderson Cavalry 25 461 569 802

Cavalry Division 372 5,917 7,946 11,033

Total 4,518 77,405 99,623 141,356

RECAPITULATION.

Department staff 29 ..... ......

10th Ohio and 1st 706 ..... .....

Battalion Ohio

Sharpshooters

Fourteenth Army 47,048 ...... 80

Corps

Twentieth Army Corps 27,342 ...... 52

Twenty-first Army 26,332 ...... 58

Corps

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

Granger's command

Forces at Nashville 1,921 25 10

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

Forces at 3,624 ...... 4

Clarksville

Forces at Donelson 3,151 2 14

1st Michigan 867 ...... ......

Engineers and

Mechanics

Artillery attached 254 ...... 19

to Pioneers

Anderson Cavalry ..... ...... ......

Cavalry Division 10,408 ...... 2

Total 142,558 27 272

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* Not added in total.

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