War of the Rebellion: Serial 049 Page 0618 OPERATIONS IN N. C., VA., W. VA., MD., AND PA. Chapter XLI.

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FOURTH DIVISION.*

Brigadier General WILLIAM W. AVERELL.

28th Ohio, Colonel Augustus Moor.

2nd West Virginia,+ Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Scott.

3rd West Virginia,+ Lieutenant Colonel Francis W. Thompson.

8th West Virginia,+ Colonel John H. Oley.

10th West Virginia, Colonel Thomas M. Harris.

16th Illinois Cavalry, Company C, Captain Julius Jaehne.

3rd Independent Company Ohio Cavalry, Captain Frank Smith.

14th Pennsylvania Cavalry, Colonel James N. Schoonmaker.

1st West Virginia Cavalry, Company a, Captain Harrison H. hagan.

3rd West Virginia Cavalry, Companies E, F, and H, Captain Lot Bowen.

1st West Virginia Light Artillery, Battery B, Captain John V. Keeper.

1st West Virginia Light Artillery, Battery G, Captain Chatham T.

Ewing.

WHELING, W. VA.

Captain WESLEY C. THORP.

West Virginia Exempts (one company), Captain Robert Hamilton.

West Virginia Exempts (one campany), Captain Perry G. West.

Abstract from of the Department of the Monongahela, Major General William T. H. Brooks, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of December, 1863.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers Men. Aggregat Aggregat

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present present

and

absent.

General headquarters 9 ....... 9 10

Barnesville, Ohio.... 6 143 149 186

Hendrysburg, Ohio.... 2 66 68 89

New Wilmington, Pa... 3 63 66 86

Pittsburgh, Pa...... 3 85 89 100

Pulaski, Pa......... 1 45 46 71

Somerton, Ohio...... 3 79 82 90

West Alexander, Pa... 1 34 35 43

West Finley, Pa...... 3 82 89 96

Tital............... 31 597 633 771

Troops in the Department of the Monongahela, Major General William T. H. Brooks, U. S. Army, commanding, December 31, 1863.

BARNESVILLE, OHIO.

Departmental Corps (Ohio Emergency Militia), Captain James L. Deens.

Departmental Corps (Ohio Emergency Militia), Captain Hamilton Eaton.

HENDRYSBURG, OHIO.

Departmental Corps (Ohio Emergency Militia), Captain Joseph R. Kemp.

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*Reported on the return as the "First Separate Brigade;" organization changed by department general orders of December 31 (see p. 595).

+Mounted infantry.

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