Abstract from field return of the forces in the Department of East Tennessee, Brigadier General D. S. Donelson commanding, for the period ending February 20, 1863; headquarters Knoxville, Tenn.
Command Office Men Effecti Aggregate Aggregate
rs ve present present
Cumberland 96 1,732 1,732 2,282 3,406
Big Creek 125 1,526 1,526 2,288 4,087
J. B. Palmer
Loudon, 48 663 663 973 1,448
Colonel C. T.
Kingston, 24 466 466 670 939
Colonel S. J.
Knoxville, 30 464 464 631 831
Captain J. W.
Strawberry 99 1,406 1,406 1,707 2,556
Colonel W. H.
Watauga 13 237 237 311 547
Greenville, 19 266 266 349 526
Colonel G. W.
Jonesborough 26 319 319 396 534
Colonel G. N.
Bristol, 2 53 53 60 75
T. W. W.
Pegram's 140 1,873 1,873 2,208 3,812
Total 622 9,005 9,005 11,875 18,761
Organization of forces in the Department of East Tennessee, commanded by Brigadier General D. S. Donelson, February 20, 1863.
Cumberland Gap Tenn.
Brigadier General A. GRACIE, Jr.
Hilliard's [Alabama] Legion, 2nd Battalion.
16th Georgia Battalion, Company F.
John A. Rowan's Partisan Rangers.
Big Creek Gap, Tenn.
Colonel JOHN B. PALMER.
Hilliard's [Alabama] Legion, 1st Battalion].
Hilliard's [Alabama] Legion, 4th Battalion].
58th North Carolina.
64th North Carolina.
5th North Carolina Battalion Cavalry.
5th Regiment Tennessee Cavalry.
Colonel C. T. GOODE.
7th Florida [detachment].
John S. Fain's battalion infantry.
John R. Hart's battalion cavalry.
Colonel S. J. SMITH.
10th Confederate Cavalry.
1st Georgia Cavalry [detachment].
1st Tennessee Cavalry [detachment].
Light Artillery [detachment].
Captain J. W. STOKES.
Hilliard's Legion, 3rd Battalion.
Thomas' Legion, Company C.
City Police Guard.
Huwald's battery [detachment].
Strawberry Plains, Tenn.
Colonel W. H. THOMAS.
1st Florida Cavalry [dismounted].
Wataya Bridge, Tenn.
Lieutenant Colonel R. BULLOCK.
Sappers and Miners.
Lieutenant Colonel G. W. CLAYTON.
62nd North Carolina.
65th North Carolina, [6th Cavalry.]
*Signal Corps added.