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

Present for duty

Command Officers Men. Aggregate

present.

Twentieth Army Corps, Major

General A., McD. McCook:

Staff 5 - 5

First Division, Brigadier 268 4,049 5,154

General Jefferson C. Davis

Second Division, Brigadier 338 5,214 6,520

General Richard W. Johnson

Third Division, Major 264 4,248 5,467

General Philip H. Sheridan

Total Twentieth Army Corps 875 13,511 17,146

Twenty-first Army Corps,

Major General Thomas L.

Crittenden:

Staff 13 - 13

First Division, Brigadier 274 4,081 5,042

General John M. Brannan.

Second Division, Major 302 4,676 5,849

General John M. Palmer.

Third Division, Brigadier 252 3,917 5,099

General Horatio P. Van

Cleve.

Total Twenty-first Army 841 12,674 16,003

Corps

United States forces, Major

General Gordon Granger:

Staff (Franklin, Tenn.) 10 - 10

Brigadier General Absalom 171 3,055 3,984

Baird's division

Brigadier General Charles 124 2,254 2,953

C. Gilbert's division

Brigadier General George 215 3,689 5,037

Crook's division

Cavalry (escort) 6 117 133

Fourth Battalion Pioneer 10 205 236

Brigade, Captain William E.

Merrill.

Total Major-General 536 9,320 12,353

Granger's command.

Forces at Nashville, 122 2,628 3,114

Brigadier General Robert

B. Mitchell.

Forces at Gallatin, 143 2,388 2,968

Brigadier General Eleazer

A. Paine

Forces at Clarksville, 63 1,152 1,625

Colonel Sanders D. Bruce

Forces at Fort Donelson, 108 2,172 2,769

Colonel W. W. Lowe

Engineer's Mechanics', and

Pioneers' Brigade, General

J. St. Clair Morton,

commanding:

1st Michigan Engineers and 21 491 670

Mechanics, Colonel William

P. Innes

Artillery attached to 10 278 311

Pioneers

Pioneer Brigade* 77 1,567 2,177

Signal Corps, *Captain Jesse 43 131 177

Merrill

Convalescents, * Lieutenant 26 738 1,591

Colonel Frank P. Cahill.

Anderson Cavalry, Colonel 25 464 572

William J. Palmer

Cavalry Division, Major 332 4,629 6,419

General David S. Stanley

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Twentieth Army Corps, Major

General A., McD. McCook:

Staff 5 5 - -

First Division, Brigadier 7,553 7,817 - 18

General Jefferson C. Davis

Second Division, Brigadier 10,132 10,341 - 18

General Richard W. Johnson

Third Division, Major 8,019 8,247 - 18

General Philip H. Sheridan

Total Twentieth Army Corps 24,689 26,410 - 54

Twenty-first Army Corps,

Major General Thomas L.

Crittenden:

Staff 13 11 - -

First Division, Brigadier 8,467 8,747 - 18

General John M. Brannan.

Second Division, Major 8,088 8,441 - 22

General John M. Palmer.

Third Division, Brigadier 7,490 7,831 - 18

General Horatio P. Van

Cleve.

Total Twenty-first Army 24,058 25,030 - 58

Corps

United States forces, Major

General Gordon Granger:

Staff (Franklin, Tenn.) 10 7 6 -

Brigadier General Absalom 7,505 7,739 12

Baird's division

Brigadier General Charles 4,109 4,394 - 6

C. Gilbert's division

Brigadier General George 6,346 3,864 - 6

Crook's division

Cavalry (escort) 172 93 - -

Fourth Battalion Pioneer 241 - - -

Brigade, Captain William E.

Merrill.

Total Major-General 18,383 16,097 6 24

Granger's command.

Forces at Nashville, 3,605 3,761 27 10

Brigadier General Robert

B. Mitchell.

Forces at Gallatin, 3,655 3,741 2 7

Brigadier General Eleazer

A. Paine

Forces at Clarksville, 1,787 1,821 - 4

Colonel Sanders D. Bruce

Forces at Fort Donelson, 2,979 3,097 - 10

Colonel W. W. Lowe

Engineer's Mechanics', and

Pioneers' Brigade, General

J. St. Clair Morton,

commanding

1st Michigan Engineers and 843 854 - -

Mechanics, Colonel William

P. Innes

Artillery attached to 359 353 - 19

Pioneers

Pioneer Brigade* 2,711 2,777 - -

Signal Corps, *Captain Jesse 186 122 - -

Merrill

Convalescents, * Lieutenant 1,724 2,335 - -

Colonel Frank P. Cahill.

Anderson Cavalry, Colonel 805 802 - -

William J. Palmer

Cavalry Division, Major 9,461 11,033 - 2

General David S. Stanley

RECAPITULATION.

Department staff 20 - 24

10th Ohio and 1st Battalion 28 604 815

Sharpshooters

Fourteenth Army Corps 1,662 27,627 34,571

Twentieth Army Corps 875 13,511 17,146

Twenty-first Army Corps 841 12,674 16,003

Major-General Granger's 536 9,320 12,353

command.

Forces at Nashville 122 2,628 3,114

Forces at Gallatin 143 2,388 2,968

Forces at Clarksville 63 1,152 1,625

Forces at Fort Donelson 108 2,172 2,769

1st Michigan Engineers and 21 491 670

Mechanics

Artillery attached to 10 278 311

Pioneers

Anderson Cavalry 25 464 572

Cavalry Division 332 4,629 6,419

Grand total 4,786 77,938 99,360

Department staff 33 30 - -

10th Ohio and 1st Battalion 970 1,052 - -

Sharpshooters

Fourteenth Army Corps 44,523 47,274 - 80

Twentieth Army Corps 25,689 26,410 - 54

Twenty-first Army Corps 24,058 25,030 - 58

Major-General Granger's 18,383 16,097 6 24

command.

Forces at Nashville 3,605 3,761 27 10

Forces at Gallatin 3,655 3,741 2 7

Forces at Clarksville 1,787 1,821 - 4

Forces at Fort Donelson 2,979 3,097 - 10

1st Michigan Engineers and 843 854 - -

Mechanics

Artillery attached to 359 353 - 19

Pioneers

Anderson Cavalry 805 802 - -

Cavalry Division 9,461 11,033 - 2

Grand total 137,150 141,355 35 268

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*Not added in grand total.

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