Abstract from return of the Department of the Monongahela, Major General W. t. H. Brooks, U. S. Army, commanding, for July, 1863, headquarters, Pittsburgh, PA.
Station and Officers Men Aggregate Aggregate Aggregate Remarks
command present pre-sent last
General 8 --- 8 8 8
Barnesville, 3 86 90 101 100 Deens'
Captain J. [Ohio],
L. Deens Departm.
Camp Cross, 20 499 556 576 487 Dale's
Connell-sville, Pa. [Pennsylvania]
Richard C. months'].
Pittsburgh, 1 53 54 55 30 Detachment
Captain C. Pennsylvania and
Camp near 3 135 138 140 110 Tyler's
Captain H. Pennsylvania
K. Tyler Artillery
Pulaski, 1 37 38 51 54 Brown's
James M. Depart-mental
Wheeling, 4 138 161 173 234 Two
W. Va., companies
Captain Wesley West
C. Thorpe Virginia
Pennsylvania --- --- --- --- 755 Trans-ferred to
[six of West
TOTAL 40 948 1, 1, 104 1, 778
Troops in the Department of West Virginia, Brigadier General Benjamin F. Kelley, U. S. Army, commanding, July 31, 1863.
Brigadier General Eliakim P. Scammon.
Colonel Ruherford B. Haues.
23rd Ohio, Captain Israel Canby. 5th West Virginia, Lieutenant Colonel Abia A. Tomlinson. 13th West Virginia, Col William R. Brown. 3rd West Virginia Cavalry (one company), Captain John S. Wither. Kentucky Battery, Captain Seth J. Simmonds.
Col Carr B. White.
12th Ohio, Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan D. Hines. 91st Ohio Colonel John A. Turley. 9th West Virginia, Col Isaac H. Duval. 2nd West Virginia Cavalry, Companies G and K, Captain Edwin S. Morgan. 1st Ohio Batter, Captain James R. McMullin.
Third Brigade. Lieutenant Colonel Freeman E. Franklin.
34th Ohio (mounted), Major John W. Shaw. 1st West Virginia Cavalry, Companies A and G. 2nd West Virginia Cavalry (one company).