Troops of the SIXTEENTH Army Corps, Major General Stephen A. Hurlbut, U. S. Army, commanding serving in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Northern Mississippi, June 30, 1863. *
DISTRICT OF COLUMBUS. #
Brigadier General ALEXANDER ASBOTH.
Brigadier General NAPOLEON B. BUFORD.
58th Illinois, Colonel William F. Lynch.
4th Missouri Cavalry, Companies B, c, e and G, Major Gustav Heinrichs.
Colonel GEORGE E. WARING.
128th Illinois (detachment), Lieutenant William A. Lemman.
14th Iowa, Lieutenant Colonel Joseph H. Newbold.
32nd Iowa, Companies B, c, e, h, i, and K, Lieutenant Colonel Edward H. Mix.
16th United States, Company A, Captain Solomon S. Robinson.
31st Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel Francis H. West.
34th Wisconsin Companies A, g, and I, Lieutenant Colonel Henry Orff.
4th Missouri Cavalry, Companies A, d, h, i, k, l, and M, Major Edward Langen.
9th Indiana Battery, Lieutenant George R. Brown.
Fort Heiman, Ky.
15th Kentucky Cavalry, Companies A, b, c and D, Lieutenant Colonel Albert P. Henry.
Fort Pillow, Tenn.
52nd Indiana, Colonel Edward H. Wolfe.
Island Numbers 10, Tenn.
Captain John A. GORDON
15th Wisconsin, Companies G and I, Lieut, Colonel Ole C. Johnson.
2nd Tennessee Heavy Artillery (A, d), Company C, Captain William Grant.
Colonel JAMES S. MARTIN.
111th Illinois, Major William M. Mabry.
34th Wisconsin, Company E, Captain Cornelius Cuntz.
15th Kentucky Cavalry, Company E, Captain Louis A. Hanson.
DISTRICT OF MEMPHIS. ##
Brigadier General JAMES C. VEATCH.
117th Illinois, Colonel Risdon M. Moore.
89th Indiana, Captain Elias S. Stone.
1st Tennessee Heavy Artillery (A. D.), Colonel Ignatz G. Kappner.
15th United States (2nd Battalion), Companies A, b, c, d, and E, Major John R. Edie.
Hurlbut's battery, Lieutenant Albert Cudney.
Colonel WILLIAM H. MORGAN.
25th Indianan, Lieutenant Colonel John Rheinlander.
32nd Wisconsin, Lieutenant Colonel Abel B. Smedley.
3rd U. S. Cavalry, Captain George W. Howland.
2nd Illinois Light Artillery, Battery D, Captain Charles S. Cooper.
Provisional encampment, Major John H. Kuhn.
*For troops of this corps serving at this date under the immediate command of Major-General Grant, see siege of Vicksburg, Part II, p. 154.
#Or Sixth DIVISION, SIXTEENTH Army Corps; the Fortieth Iowa, THIRD Minnesota, and Twenty-FIFTH and Twenty-seventh Wisconsin serving against Vicksburg.
##Or FIFTH DIVISION, SIXTEENTH Army Corps.