War of the Rebellion: Serial 051 Page 0553 Chapter XLII. THE EAST TENNESSEE CAMPAIGN.

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Artillery.

3rd United States, Batteries L and M, Captain John Edwards, jr.

SECOND DIVISION.*

Colonel SIMON G. GRIFFIN.

First Brigade.

6th New Hampshire, Major Phin P. Bixby.

9th New Hampshire, Captain Augustus S. Edgerly.

7th Rhode Island, Captain Alfred M. Channell.

35th Massachusetts, Major Nathaniel Wales.

11th New Hampshire, Captain Hollis O. Dudley.

51st New York, Lieutenant Colonel R. Charlton Mitchell.

51st Pennsylvania, Major William J. Bolton.

Artillery.

2nd New York Light, Battery I, Captain Jacob Roemer.

Pennsylvania Light, Battery D, Captain George W. Durell.

TWENTY-THIRD ARMY CORPS.#

Major General GEORGE L. HARTSUFF.

FIRST DIVISION.

Brigadier General JEREMIAH T. BOYLE.

Bowling Green, Ky.

11th Kentucky, Captain Eugene F. Kinnaird.

26th Kentucky (seven companies), Captain Rowland E. Hackett.

8th Kentucky Cavalry (four companies), Major Joseph M. Kennedy.

Munfordville, Ky.

Colonel CHARLES D. PENNEBAKER.

27th Kentucky, Lieutenant Colonel John H. Ward.

33rd Kentucky (four companies), Lieutenant col. James F. Lauck.

6th Michigan Battery, Captain Luther F. Hale.

Louisa, Ky.

Colonel GEORGE W. GALLUP.

14th Kentucky, Lieutenant Colonel Orlando Brown, jr.

39th Kentucky, Colonel John Dils, jr.

Mount Sterling, Ky.

Lieutenant col. RALPH R. MALTBY.

10th Kentucky Cavalry, Major James L. Foley.

14th Kentucky Cavalry (four companies), Major Robert T. Williams.

Camp Nelson, Ky.

21st Massachusetts, Captain Charles W. Davis.

Frankfort, Ky.

Colonel THOMAS B. ALLARD.

2nd Maryland, Major John M. Santmyer.

Hopkinsville, Ky.

Colonel ELI H. MURRAY.

3rd Kentucky Cavalry (eight companies), Captain John W. Breathitt.

New Haven, Ky.

63rd Indiana (six companies), Colonel James McManomy.

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*This division embarked at Haynes' Bluff, Miss., August 8; arrived at Cincinnati August 20, and encamped near Covington, Ky. August 26 it moved to Nicholasville.

#As reorganized under General Orders, Numbers 18, corps headquarters, August 6, 1863. See Series I, Vol. XXIII, Part II, p. 595.

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