War of the Rebellion: Serial 035 Page 0378 KY., MID. AND E. TENN., N. ALA., AND SW. VA. Chapter XXXV.

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Present for duty.

Command. Officers Men. Aggregate Aggregat

present. e

present

and

absent.

Department staff 21 .. 24 33

10th Ohio, 27 432 578 646

Colonel Joseph

W. Burke

1st Battalion 5 168 230 309

Ohio

Sharpshooters,

Captain Gershom

. Barber.

Total 32 600 808 955

Fourteenth Army

Corps, Major

General George

H. Thomas:

Staff 7 .. 7 9

9th Michigan, 18 301 427 484

Colonel John G.

Parkshurst

First Division, 281 4,781 6,045 8,762

Major General

Lowell H.

Rousseau.

Second Division, 283 4,136 5,242 8,005

Major General

James S. Negley.

Third Division 381 7,034 8,624 10,614

Brigadier

General John M.

Brannan

Fourth Division, 367 6,203 7,570 8,914

Brigadier

General Robt. S.

Granner.

Fifth Division, 241 3,707 4,594 5,700

Major General

Joseph J.

Reynolds.

Total Fourteenth 1,578 26,162 32,594 42,488

Army Corps

Twentieth Army

Corps, Major

General

Alexander McD.

McCook:

Staff 7 ... 7 7

First Division 267 3,883 4,923 7,257

Brigadier

General

Jefferson C.

Davis

Second Division, 356 3,883 4,923 7,257

Brigadier

General Richard

W. Johnson.

Third 292 4,227 5,353 7,970

Division,*Major

General Phillip

H. Sheridan.

Cavalry ... ... ... ...

Total Twentieth 922 13,221 16,595 24,960

Army Corps

Twenty-first Army

Corps, Major

General Thomas

L. Crittenden:

Staff 12 ... 12 13

First Division 329 3,921 5,019 8,376

Brigadier

General Thomas

J. Wood.

Second division, 304 4,659 5,760 7,924

Major General

John M. Palmer.

Third Division, 278 3,758 4,829 7,314

Brigadier

General Horatio

P. Van Cleve.

Total Twenty- 923 12,338 15,620 23,627

first Army Coprs

United Stated

forces, Major

General Gordon

Granger:

Staff 9 .... 9 9

Brigadier 169 3,018 3,901 7,363

General Absalom

Baird's division

Brigadier 120 2,124 2,936 3,975

General Charles

C. Gilbert's

division

Brigadier 119 2,411 3,242 3,791

General George

Crook's division

Company F, 1st 3 82 88 94

Missouri Cavalry,

Captain James

Clifford.

4th Battalion 9 206 238 243

Pioneer Brigade,

Captain Patrick

O'Colonel.+

Total Major- 420 7,635 10,176 15,232

General Granger's

command.

Forces at 184 2,995 3,742 4,497

Nashville,

Brigadier

General James D.

Morgan.

Forces at 139 2,174 2,773 3,569

Gallatin,

Brigadier

General Eleazer

A. Paine

Forces at 66 1,064 1,580 1,769

Clarksville,

Colonel Sanders

D. Bruce

Forces at Fort 111 2,041 2,710 2,927

Donelson, Colonel

William P. Lyon

1st Michigan 18 522 704 852

Enginners and

Mechanics,

Colonel William

P. Innes.

15th Pennsylvania 27 436 569 760

Cavalry, Colonel

William J.

Palmer.

Engineer's

Mechanics', and

Pioneers'

Brigade, General

J. St. Clair

Morton,

commanding:

Artillery 4 162 190 224

attached to

Pioneers

Pioneer Brigade++ 75 1,600 2,174 2,784

Signal Corps++ 44 127 175 186

Captain Jesse

Merill

Convalescents++ 18 583 1,133 1,387

Captain Ralph

Hunt

Spears' Brigade, 90 1,131 1,591 2,188

Brigadier

General James G.

Spears

Cavalry Corps, 332 4,629 9,419 9,461

Major General

David S. Stanley

Pieces of artillery.

Command. Agregate Heavy. Field.

last

return.

Department staff 34 ... ...

10th Ohio, Colonel Joseph 649 ... ...

W. Burke

1st Battalion Ohio 321 ... ...

Sharpshooters, Captain

Gershom . Barber.

Total 970 ... ...

Fourteenth Army Corps,

Major General George H.

Thomas:

Staff 9 ... ...

9th Michigan, Colonel 495 ... ...

John G. Parkshurst

First Division, Major 9,380 ... 9

General Lowell H.

Rousseau.

Second Division, Major 8,182 ... 18

General James S. Negley.

Third Division Brigadier 11,409 ... 16

General John M. Brannan

Fourth Division, Brigadier 9,198 ... 12

General Robt. S. Granner.

Fifth Division, Major 5,850 ... 16

General Joseph J.

Reynolds.

Total Fourteenth Army 44,523 ... 80

Corps

Twentieth Army Corps,

Major General Alexander

McD. McCook:

Staff 5 ... ...

First Division Brigadier 7,414 ... 18

General Jefferson C.

Davis

Second Division, Brigadier 9,830 .... 18

General Richard W.

Johnson.

Third Division,*Major 8,019 ... 18

General Phillip H.

Sheridan.

Cavalry 421 ... ...

Total Twentieth Army Corps 25,689 ... 54

Twenty-first Army Corps,

Major General Thomas L.

Crittenden:

Staff 13 ... ...

First Division Brigadier 8,467 ... 18

General Thomas J. Wood.

Second division, Major 8,088 ... 22

General John M. Palmer.

Third Division, Brigadier 7,490 ... 18

General Horatio P. Van

Cleve.

Total Twenty-first Army 24,058 ... 58

Corps

United Stated forces,

Major General Gordon

Granger:

Staff 10 6 ...

Brigadier General 7,505 ... 12

Absalom Baird's division

Brigadier General 4,109 ... 6

Charles C. Gilbert's

division

Brigadier General George 6,346 ... 6

Crook's division

Company F, 1st Missouri 172 ... ...

Cavalry, Captain James

Clifford.

4th Battalion Pioneer 241 ... ...

Brigade, Captain Patrick

O'Colonel.+

Total Major-General 18,142 6 24

Granger's command.

Forces at Nashville, 3,605 27 10

Brigadier General James

D. Morgan.

Forces at Gallatin, 3,655 1 5

Brigadier General

Eleazer A. Paine

Forces at Clarksville, 1,786 4 4

Colonel Sanders D. Bruce

Forces at Fort Donelson, 2,979 6 10

Colonel William P. Lyon

1st Michigan Enginners and 843 ... ...

Mechanics, Colonel

William P. Innes.

15th Pennsylvania Cavalry, 805 ... ...

Colonel William J.

Palmer.

Engineer's Mechanics', and

Pioneers' Brigade, General

J. St. Clair Morton,

commanding:

Artillery attached to 359 ... 12

Pioneers

Pioneer Brigade++ 2,711 ... ...

Signal Corps++ Captain 186 ... ...

Jesse Merill

Convalescents++ Captain 1,724 ... ...

Ralph Hunt

Spears' Brigade, Brigadier ... ... ...

General James G. Spears

Cavalry Corps, Major 9,461 ... 9

General David S. Stanley

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*Reported with cavalry division.

+Not included in total.

++ Not included in grand total.

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