War of the Rebellion: Serial 049 Page 0906 Chapter XLI. OPERATIONS IN N. C., VA., W. VA., MD., AND PA.

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Abstract from return of the Department of North Carolina, Major General George E. Pickett, C. S. Army, commanding, December 31, 1863; headquarters Petersburg, Va.

Present for duty.

Command. Officer Men. Effectiv Aggrega

s. e total te

prsent. present

.

General headquarters a 16 173 137 200

Barton's brigade 84 1,300 1,300 1,647

Clingman's brigade 145 1,930 1,930 2,447

Ransom's brigade 152 2,589 2,589 2,869

C. S. Zouaves 19 43 43 62

(Lieutenant Colonel

A. Coppens).

10th Georgia Barralion 21 304 304 365

(Major J. E.

Rylander).

North Carolina 26 512 512 627

Battalion (Lieutenant

Colonel John N.

Whitford).

17th Virginia (Colonel 23 447 447 322

Morton Marye).

18th Virginia (Colonel 13 244 244 989

R. E. Withers).

44th Virginia Battalion 8 128 128 167

(Major Peter V.

Batte).

Provost guard 5 32 32 39

Total infantry 496 7,329 7,329 8,834

7th Confederate Cavalry 24 409 409 528

(Colonel V. H.

Taliaferro).

62nd Georgia Cavalry 32 376 376 510

(Colonel J. R.

Griffin).

3rd North Carolina 34 554 554 684

Cavalry (Colonel John

A. Baker).

Total cavarly 90 1,339 1,339 1,722

Artillery command b 33 614 614 717

(Walton's).

Artillery command c 35 684 684 825

(Branch's).

1st North Carolina 3 91 91 100

Artillery, Battery E.

1st North Carolina 13 123 123 148

Artillery,

(headquarters and two

batteries).

Andrews' (Alabama) 2 51 51 67

battery.

Cumming's (North 3 70 70 84

Carolina) battery.

Dickson's (North 1 102 102 125

Carolina) battery.

Graham's (Virginia) 4 73 73 86

battery.

Macon (Georgia) Light 3 91 91 108

Artillery.

Robertson's (North 4 66 66 83

Carolina) heavy

battery.

Starr's (North 3 125 125 140

Carolina) battery.

Total artillery. 104 2,090 2,090 2,483

Grand total. 706 10,931 10,931 13,239

Command. Aggregate Pieces of Stations as

present field reported

and artillery December 20.

absent. .

General headquarters a 229 ...

Barton's brigade 3,156 ... Kinston and

vicinity.

Clingman's brigade 3,159 ... Petersburg, Va

.

Ransom's brigade 3,510 ... Weldon, N. C.

C. S. Zouaves 91 ... Franklin

(Lieutenant Colonel Depot, Va.

A. Coppens).

10th Georgia Barralion 457 ... Do.

(Major J. E.

Rylander).

North Carolina 847 ... Near Kinston,

Battalion (Lieutenant N. C.

Colonel John N.

Whitford).

17th Virginia (Colonel 533 ... Ivor Station.

Morton Marye).

18th Virginia (Colonel 687 ... Petersburg,

R. E. Withers). Va.

44th Virginia Battalion 244 ... Do.

(Major Peter V.

Batte).

Provost guard 75 ... Kinston, N.

C.

Total infantry 12,759 ...

7th Confederate Cavalry 666 3 Ivor Station.

(Colonel V. H.

Taliaferro).

62nd Georgia Cavalry 863 6 On the

(Colonel J. R. Blackwater,

Griffin). &c.

3rd North Carolina 971 ... Near Kinston.

Cavalry (Colonel John

A. Baker).

Total cavarly 2,500 9

Artillery command b 1,024 30 Petersburg,

(Walton's). Va.

Artillery command c 1,025 35 Do.

(Branch's).

1st North Carolina 160 8 Weldon, N. C.

Artillery, Battery E.

1st North Carolina 266 ... Fort Branch,

Artillery, N. C.

(headquarters and two

batteries).

Andrews' (Alabama) 86 4 Near Kinston.

battery.

Cumming's (North 98 4 Do.

Carolina) battery.

Dickson's (North 135 4 Do.

Carolina) battery.

Graham's (Virginia) 91 4 Weldon, N. C.

battery.

Macon (Georgia) Light 138 4 Do.

Artillery.

Robertson's (North 99 2 Near Kinston.

Carolina) heavy

battery.

Starr's (North 153 5 Do.

Carolina) battery.

Total artillery. 3,275 100

Grand total. 18,763 109

a Including the Independent Dignal Corps.

b Embracing Dearing's and the Washington (Louisiana) battalions.

c Embracing Boggs', Coit's, and Moseley's battalions.

Composition of the infantry brigades in the Department of North Carolina, December 31, 1863.

Barton's Brigade.

Brigadier General SETH M. BARTON.

9th Virginia, Colonel J. J. Phillips.

14th Virginia, Colonel William White.

38th Virginia, Lieutenant Colonel J. R. Cabell.

53rd Virginia, Colonel William R. Aylett.

57th Virginia, Colonel C. R. Fontaine.

Clingman's Brigade.

Brigadier General T. L. CLINGMAN.

8th North Carolina, Colonel H. M. Shaw.

31st North Carolina, Colonel J. V. Jordan.

51st North Carolina, Colonel Hector McKethan.

61st North Carolina, Colonel J. D. Radcliffe.